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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1906)
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And coffee that is not pure is not fit to use.
It is not wholesome. Neither will it make
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anything you choose milk for instance or. alone.
At every meal or for a munch between meals, when
you feel the need of an appetizing bite to fill up a vacant
corner, in the morning when you wake hungry, or at
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NATIONAL B.I5.CUJT COMPANY
EECEIVER FOE ZION yJMl ?w,0IltYnaMa,8 "SB j
that pending litigation against Dowlo
I may automatically bo restrained until
j the entire litigation is ended.
Receiver Hatoly's bond of $25,000
was approved by the court and ho
! went immediately to Zlon City and
' assumed charge of the property.
JUDGE LANDIS RENDERS DECIS
ION IN DOWIE-VOLIVA CASE.
.Election Ordered to Be Held In Sep
tember, When the Residents of
Zlon Will Select an Overseer
.Hately Takes Charge.
Chicago, July 2S Neither John
Alexander Dowle, founder, nor Wll
Lur Glen Voilva, present general over
seer, is given tho property estimated
to be worth from $12,000,00 to $21,
000,000, In tho decision handed down
by Judge K. M. Landls of tho United
States circuit court in the Zlon City
case. Instead, Judge Land is declared
Zion City a trust estate, named John
G. Hately, member of the Chicago
board of trade, a receiver of tho
property, and ordered the holding of
an election Sept. IS, when tho people
of tho Christian Catholic Apostolic
church In Zlon City shall choso their
overseer. Judge Landis will decide
later what compensation Dowio will
be allowed for his past services.
The nub of tho court's decision is
In the ruling that contributions of
property and money given Dowio was
Jn trust. Judge Landls declared tho
conveyance of the Zlon City property
by Voilva under power of attorney to
John Alexander Grauger to bo void.
Judge Landls quoted from tho writ
ings of Dowle to show that the latter
had always regarded tho property of
Ills church as a trust. Tho adjudica
tion 1 the, bankruptcy, proceedings
swept down from n high embank
ment by a terrific rain storm. Tho
engine of tho flyer was thrown from
tho rails and plunged Into the river.
Fireman Mills was kiried outright and
Engineer Edward Wells was so badly
injured that ho will die. Fifteen pas
sengers were seriously injured and a
scoro of others received minor hurts
COAL LANDS HELD FOR NATION,,
President, Through Secretary Hitch
I cock, Withdraws Vast Tract.
1 Washington, July 30. As a result
j of action by the president and Secre
tary Hitchcock, tho American people
have been placed In a position of in
dependence with respect to the coal
! monopoly or to a conflict botwoen
1 miners and coal operators.
Following an oxhaustlvo investiga
tion, the secretary, by direction of
tho president, has Issued an order
withdrawing from entry 6,000,000
acres of public lands which are
known to possess workable coal. Tho
ordor, perhaps, Is In contravention of
a revised statuto which provides that
all valuable mineral deposits on lauds
' belonging to tho United States aro
free and open to purchase.
I Tho coal lands withdrawn from en
' try aro situated in Now Mexico, Col
orado, Utah, Wyoming, North Dakota,
Montana, Oregon and Washington.
Killed by Train.
North Platte, Neb., July 28. Dick
Sculley, a machinist at tho Union Pa
cific shops, was struck by a switch
englno while crossing the tracks op
posite tho depot in this city. His left
leg was cut off and head Injured, and
ho died two hours later.
Wreck on New York Central.
Fishkill Landing, N. Y., July 30.
Pacific express train No. 37 of the
New York Central railroad was
wrecked shortly before midnight a
short distance above Chelsea by run
niflfi into a. landslide .vrhjr-il. btuOflPP
Wayne Is for Rosewater.
Wayne, Nob., July 30. Tho Repub
lican county convention was held hero.
A resolution was passed that the del
egates elected to tho congressional
convention bo instructed for J. F.
Boyd for congress. Another resolu
tion Instructing tho delegates to tho
state convention for lion. Edward
Rosewater for senator was also
passed by a voto of 40v. to IC1..
Gregner of Madison Wins.
Lincoln, July 27. Fred Gregnor of
Madison has been elocted lieutenant
colonel of tho First regiment, Nebras
ka National Guard, to succeed Llou
tenant Colonel McLaughlin, who re
signed. Major Richards of Omaha is
succeeded in tho same election by J.
J. Grim of Wilber. Major Richards
was a candldato for lloutenant colonel
and came within a few votes of being
elected. , .
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TR1IHS LRATC AB rOLLOWIt
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denverand all
points west . . 7-05 a.m.
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymore
and nil points cast and south 2 '03 a. a
Mo 15. Passenger, dally. Uonver, all
points in Colorado, Utah and
California . . . . 7-50 p.a.
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KantsB City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points east and
south 10:10 a.a.
No. 174. Accommodation, Monday,
Wednesday and Krlday.ICast
ItiRK, Grand Island, lilaclc
Iillls and all points In tht
north wost 12:01 p.m.
Sleeping, dining, and reclining ohalr can.
seats f reo) on through trains. Tickets sold and
oaggago checkod to any point in the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tloketa
call on or address A. Couover, Agent. Ked
Oloud, Nebr. or L. W. Wakeley, Gouernl Pas-
eongei Agont Omaha. Nebraska
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