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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1906)
Niece and Nephew
of Uncle Sam
should be deeply interested in what he has said about soda
crackers, because they are the one food with which all of
them are familiar.
Uncle Sam has Riven out figures showing that soda
crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements,
properly proportioned, than any food made from flour.
This is saying much for common soda crackers, and
much more for Uneeda BlSCllIt, because they arc
soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked bcttci
more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly.
. The damp, dust and odor proof package retains all the good
ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best
baking, all the purity of the cleanest bakeries.
Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks best
for his people. His people have shown that they think
UnOOda BfSCUlt the best of that food, nearly
400,000,000 packages having already been consumed.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
'morning, April 2H, of some chronic
i disorder wit It wliloli she wus ulllictcd
for Nuvunil yearn. Funeral services
wore couductnd ut the At. 10. church1
by Hov. A. A. King lit 1! o'clock Mon-j
1 (From tin- Advertiser.) !
Orvillo Fuliuor, formerly h barber'
nt this place, but now of Concordia, i
was married Tuesday evening to Miss!
Carrie liingor, or that city. I
A young man nrmod VnnHuson, of
tin Ksbou country, was kicked by ii ,
h- imi Monday and badly injured. The '
doctors fear ho will not recover. I
The cement sidewalks builders aro
getting busy those warm days. The
results will bo some protty good side
walks in Maukato before tlio .summer
Mrs. W. S. Durrett went to Lobu
non last night in response to nines
sago stating tlio critical condition of
her brother, Levi Steiner, who mot
with a serious accident Tuesday oven
Tlio Burr Oak high school ball team
came down yesterday and put tlio fix
ings to the Mankato high school team,
The gaiiio was played on tlio grounds
north of the U. 13. church and a fairly
lingo crowd attended. The score was
10 to 1 in favor of Burr Oak.
ifc Ui ill lb b lb Ur J i U Of ib i Unit vb tb U A ik U A
Jiemsy flotes prom Neighboring Touins I
2 GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
(From tbe Lender.)
E. G. Rees has erected a 30x32 dry
ing room to his cement block factory
A fet of new lamps have been placed
in the M. 13. church. A much needed
John A. Kay of Napyneo, has nccept
ee a position as clerk in W. C. Fruhm's
(.'has. and Ray Ilogato shipped in
two ear loads of young cattlo from
Kansas City Saturday.
Our ball tenm played at Guide Rook
last. Thursday and cleaned up the
Guide Rock team to the tune of 5 to 0.
C. F. Schliigter and family arrived
hero Wednesnay and will open up a
new store in the room north of the
13. J. J. Mcedts has tho cellar com
pleted and is gitting the material on
the ground for his lino new residence
in west Blue Hill.
Wm. Gihley, father-in-law of E. F.
Reese, died at his homo iu Grand Is
land Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Reoso
loft for Grand Island Saturday to at
tend the funeral.
Monday disclosed tho fact that Mr.
Uoulier had a large abscess in the ab
dominal cavity iu addition to a bad
appendix. Tho abscess was taken
from him but the patient will not be
in condition to havo tho appendix ro
moved for some days.
Mrs. August Rrunko, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Everliug, died Sun
day, April 29, at a hospital in St.
Louis, where sho had been taken from
her homo tho Tuesday previous.
Death resulted from an oporation for
appondicitis. Hattio Florence Ever
ling was born September 23, 1879, in
Union county, Iowa, removed with her
parents to Seward county, Nob., in
March 1889, whore she remained until
1893, when sho came to Webster coun
ty. Here her girlhood was passed and
January 19, 189G, was married to Au
gust Bruuko of this place.
at Lahore, India, where sho has boon
as a missionary of tho United Presby
Goorgo W. Bonnoll, was born in
Morgan county, Indiana, May 2.1, 1812,
and died in Superior, April 2G, 1900
He enlisted in Co. E. 11th, Kauas Cav
alry," Fob. 22, 1801, was discharged
Sopt ember, 180). Ho was married
Jund f0, 1872, to Mrs. Alta Coifou.
(From the Advocate.)
Evangelist Huffom has been holding I
revival meetings in tno uaptist. cnurcn
tho past wook.
Ernest Parker is walking around
with crutches on account of injuring
his knee by stopping into a hole.
On Wednesday forenoon in tho
Catholic church, .Tamos Carney and
Miss Mamie Strangmau, Father Loug
W. E. Waller brought to our oflico
this week a curious freak of nature in
the shape of a little pig without an
undor jaw or tongue.
Fred Bussoy, who lived with J. M.
McCnmmon for awhile in this city,
was recently murdered nt Fayottevillo,
Ark. Ho had ouly boon married n
(From the Review.)
John Wickstrom has planted a hedge
of a now variety around his lots.
Robert and Ben A lion wont to Lebn
non, Kansas, to buy some horses.
Gus lverson has tho foundation laid
for his now rosidonce iu tho west part
Tho Riverton Creamery Company is
putting in a now boiler iu tho eugii o
room this wook.
Tho Woodman lodge voted S'-2." at
their last mooting to bo sent to tho
Woodmnu lodge nt San Francisco.
John Roxroat, who hns beon work
lng for W. H. Hobart, for several
months, resigned his position Satur
day and wout to Missouri.
(From the Citizen.)
Alnhonso Gaguon, who hns been
general utility man In tho over-popular
cafe of Wm. Osoorne, has accopUd
a position in tho Bank of Campbell
Joo Roulier, who accompanied his
brother Dolor, to tho hospital nt!
Omaha hist week returned Wednes I
day. The result of tho operation hold
(From the Journal.)
Uov. Pollock went to Lawrence,
Kan., this morning to attend the state
Sunday school convention.
L. W. Mondoll, who "dished out"
tlio mall here n few yenrs ngo, but who
now lives at Schuyler, Neb., hns re
ceived tho appointment of mail clerk.
A. M. Collett, master car builder of
tho Union Pacific shops at Omaha,
owner of tho 320 acres which later bo
came tho originnl townsito of Superior,
died on Wodudosdny of upoplexy.
Dr. Wnlt received a telogram Thurs
day evening from Livingstone, Mont.,
announcing tho mnrringo of Miss
Francos Harrington to Mr. Floyd
F iriisworth, of tho Northern Pacific.
Word has just beon rocoivod bore
that Edith Fulton, a sister of Mrs.
Will Law, of this place, dio 1 March 30.
(From the Times.)
Everett Gifford is laying n founda
tion for his houso on tho property ho
p irchased of Goo. Weldon.
Will Wadley has installed two self
feeders In his feed lots tnat hold 1000
bushols. Ho is feeding 110 head of
Tuesday evening about 8 o'clock tho
nctoyleno lights balked and John
Vonrlck and Levi Stoimor wont to tho
plant to put in moro enrbido and start
the lights again. It seems they put in
too much. When Mr. Tegloy of Burr
Oak, the proprietor of tho plant ar
rived he wout down into tho well to
lift out tho dump and somo ono car
Tied a lighted lantern too near tho
mouth of tho well which ignited tho
escaping gas, thereby causing nu ex
plosion. Clifford Hatch, who was
standing near tho well wns blown
through tho roof of tho plant building,
(it is claimed), and Tegoly and Stonier
wpro seripusly, if not fatally, burned.
John Yoarick was severely burned.
Charley Ricknbnugh, who was standing
on tho step just ontsido tho door, was
slightly burned. The hands and faro
of Stoiner, Tegoly and Hatch wore so
badly burned that tho cuticle, or outer
skin, is nearly all poelod off.
(From the Sentinel.)
John Dotlofson has recently return
ed from Srn Francisco, whoro ho and
his brother Nick, witnessed the torri
Jako Brumbaugh, Bort Jones and
Frod Masor wont to Orlonns Thursday
in charge of Bloodorn-Hilsabock's
cement mixer with which thoy will
mix tho material for 3,000 foot of four
A horrible accident occurred north
of Bloomingtou last Saturday when a
fff toon-yoar-old boy blew off tho top of
tbe head of a little cousin with n shot
gun. It was another case of 4,Dldu't
know it wns loaded."
'Plm linnin nf Af. im.l XT ..n IT IT I
t Austin on oast Nuckolls troot was the i
scono of a brilliant social function I
Thursday evening given by their j
i daugh tors, Mrs W. F. Humphrey and
Mrs. F. E. Eioholborgor, to tho ladies
of tho Athena club and their husbands.
, Edith Bollo, tho fourth daughter of,
Mr. und Mrs. H. J. H. Hayes, diod at I
.their homo west of town, Sunday t
Organize Against Thieves.
Stnnton, Neb., May 9. The numer
ous thefts of horses In this part of tho
Btnte has aroused the farmers and
business men to such tin extent that
an organized effort will he made to
exterminate tho thieves. At Pllger
the business men and fnrmers met and
effected a temporary organization, de
signed to prevent further stealing or
horses. As soon as the organization
Is perfected nt Pllgcr meetings will
be hold in Stanton, Wlsnor, Norfolk,
WInslde, Wnyno and other towns
nearby to organize other associations.
Miss Yoarjtj Succumbs to Wound.
Sioux City, May 9. Miss Lillian
Young, daughter of State Senator
Warren Young or Fort Pierre, S. D a
member of tho senior class at tho
South Dakota university at Vermil
lion, S. D., died in the hospital here
as tho rebiilt of a bullet wound caused
by a shot accidentndy fired by Miss
Hazel Mlzc, another student, while
a party of students were enjoying a
holiday in Nebraska. Tho accident
hns cast the deepest gloom over the
Drink, Family Quarrel, Suicide.
Dnnnebiog, Nob., May 7. John
Chalupsky, a farmer residing three
miles south of St. Paul, committed
suicide by blowing out his brains with
a shotgun. Temporary Insanity,
caused by drinking, Is supposed to
have been tho cause of his action.
Mrs. Chalupsky came to town with
her little (laughter, telling a terrible
story of brutality and suffering, and
swore out a warrant for her hus
band's arrest on a charge of assault.
When the sheriff entered the place ho
found Chalupsky lying on the floor
with the top of his head blown off.
Her Dili-in inn.
Young Matron Why so pensive,
dear? Angollna-I'm desperate! Will
adores me in pale pink, while Mux snys
I'm an angel Iu blue. I can't have but
one gown, so yon seo my whole future
depends on the color I select. It Is
heading me crazy London TIt-Hlts.
(From the Messenger.)
Postmaster Nolsou now sports n new
Oto Frazlor of Logan township, was
married Wednesday, April 18, at York,
Neb., to Miss Katie Malany.
L. II. Blackledgc, attorney ut law,
of Red Cloud, Nob., wus iu town Mon
day conferring with I). M. Holihun, ,
concerning .some legal all'airs.
Mr. Harry Gladtiian and Miss Ruth
Bowoti were united in marriago Tues
day May 1, 19015, by Rev. Blanchiud ut
the homo of tho bride's mother in this
Married, at the homo of tho bride's
mother iu this city Saturday evening
April 12 at 8 o'clock, Miss Orphu Nuss
baumor and Mr. Everett Mtiusell, Rev.
Tho seven months-old baby of Mr
and Mrs. Goorgo Vellus of Swan town
ship, diod Friday morning of stomach
trouble, and was buried in tho Moad
cemetery Sunday, at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Dickinson from Lebanon was in
town Tuesday looking ovor tho pros
pects of an oloctric light plant. Tho
plant talked of was to make oue plant
light Smith Center, Bollairo and
When you nr hungry ti
want somethig nice in Hit
intuit line, drop into m;
market. Wo have thenicmt
nnd moats, Ash, mid gun
iu season. Wo think, nnd
almost know, that we can
please you. Giv us a
Courage Is resistance to rear, mastery
of fear not absence of four.
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A Certain Cure fr Chilblains.
Sbako into your shoes Allen's Foot
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