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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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JamCB Sullivan Drowns.
Grand iBland, Nob., July 30. Jnmcu
Sullivan, ngctl twenty-one, was
drowned at Sehlmmer's lake, a water
rosort four miles Houthwest of Hits
Fatally Shot by Jealous Huoband. '
Hastings, Neb., July 30. Rasing ;
with Jealousy when ho found his wlfo
nlfiiut In his homo with Walter K. Me- '
Culla, Barney Pearson shot and nrob
ably fatally wounded McCulla.
Jurv Censures Railroad.
Sutton, Nob., July 30. The coro- (
ner's Jdry, after being out all night on .
tho ense of the death of Jacob Nelson,
brought In a verdict charging the Bur-1
llngton with gross negligence in mm
dllng Its trains across the principal
Btreet of tho city.
George Sims Is Dead.
Beaver City, Neb., July 30. George
Sims, a pioneer of Furnas county,
died at his home in this city of old
age. The interment was in the llttlo
eemetery in tho Sappa valley, near
Mm niii imniRHtend clven him by tho
government In the days of the Indians
Harrison Business Houses Burn.
Harrison, Nob., July 28. Flro de
stroyed tho interior of Floyd Jones
drug store. Loss, drug stock, $3,500;
insurance, $2,500; McGlnlcy & Ptalney
building, $1,000; fully insured. A
heavy wind was blowing and the town
was saved only by heroic work of cit
izens, whoso only means of getting
water on tho (lames was with buckets.
REBATE PAPERS ARE BURNED.
Documents Go Up In Flames With
Two Burlington Freight Cars.
Greeley Center, Neb., July 30. This
town is all worked up over tho burn
ing by tho Burlington hero of rebato
checks and correspondence. Two old
box cars wore detached, from tho regu
lar freight train of tho Burlington,
and after being coupled to another
engine, were taken to Belfast cross
ing, eight miles north. They wero
accompanied by two section men and
two strangers, supposed to bo from
Omaha. At the siding tho cars were
uncoupled from the engine, which was amounted to 87.4'.3, leaving a net in-iim-iiuiiini
tium a -. .,1' omr. nrrr nvor last vcar.
run back to Greeley, ana mo cars , .v - -
opened and after being sprinkled wiin
two barrels of kerosene, wero set on
CHAPTER OF1 ACCIDENTS.
fire. Tho cars contained barrels and Members of the Emmons ramlly Meet
old bans of papers, and caused quite With Many Mishaps.
a ,,iaZo. Iowa City, la., July 31. A strange
The men who had accompanied tho chapter of uccldents, involving van-
cars stayed with the cars until the ous members of the Ktnmons fnmlb.
last vestige was burned and then re- has been written hero of late. Satur-
turned to Greeley. A farmer boy, In day a daughter of Willis Emmons, a
viewing tho ruins in the morning, child of two and a half years, drank
found a paper which pertained to t a largo quantity of furniture polish,
some rebate matters, and from this but will recover. -
tho people of Greeley are of the opin- George Emmons, Sr., uncle of Wil-
ion that tho Burlington purposely lis Ktnmons, was attacked by h gh-
bumed the cars with tho records to waymen, beaten, knocked senseless
conceal sonic matters of rebates and thrown Into a wagon, after the
which have been declared illegal. robbers nau wiien u, mu u. ...,
I ho had with him.
CROP ACREAGE INCREASES. I Rtrs, Georgo Emmons Is just rccov-
7"i t. wu.nf erlng from severe burns Inflicted by
Principal Change Is In Winter Wheat baz gusoiie, into which she acci-
and Corn, With Little In Oats. (lentally Hronpeu a match.
Lincoln, July 30. Statistics received n accl(lent8 befell her
nt tiir Inbor bureau on crop acreage
show a material Increase on winter
wheat and corn and a decrease in
spring wheat, and only a slight In
crease in oats. According to these
statistics, tho total corn acreage this
year is C.707,048 acres, an increase
,... inut vonr nf 2n4.5Gl acres. Tho
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total acreage of winter wheat will be
1,840,720, an increase of 104.870 acres
over last year. Tho spring wheat
ncreagc this year will be 298,182, a
decrease of 51,833 acres from last
year. The oat acreage this year will
bo 2,423,730, an increase of 3.10G
acres. The total increase in all the
sons a horse's kick, fracturing a
Bkull; a fall from a tree, breaking an
arm, and a big splinter from a light
ning-shattcred tree, striking one boy
on tho head as the bolt knocked hlrn
To cap the climax, J. O. Emmons, a
brother of George Emmons, has
brought suit against Iowa City Tor
$000, nlleglng that he stopped Into a
hole in a defective sidewalk and
sprained his ankle so badly that he
may not bo able to use it for montrs.
Attorney General Will Investigate,
Lincoln, July 31. "Investigate uur-
S'.c, "vo " t v ar n ho CO m ' HnBtoi record bu,.g ami report
arrss: sirs -r - u
i not Increase of 101.S70 acres In win- "'" - ...--.
tor wheat. The total increase in Nebraska G. A. r. Report.
, spring wheat amounted to 41,400 L1 oln July 27 The Nebraska de-
iiuin, u.... w.v- - partment ot tne uranu Ami) m iu
to 93,133 acres, leaving a net de-, Rfi hns logJ. 2-g mombors dur
crcaso of 51,833 acres. The total in- ( the lagt mouthS seVenty.elght
creaes in the oat crop amounted to ( bu , L , caused by death,
90,509 acres, while the total decrease i Ul - -
A PURE, WHOLESOME, RELIABLE -CREAM
OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER
Its superiority is unquestioned
Its fame world-wide
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against alum food
Cream of tartar is derived from grapes. It is .used in Dr.
Price's Baking Powder in the exact form and composition in
which it occurs in that luscious, healthful fruit. A pound of
rich, ripe grapes contains a quantity of cream of tartar equiva
lent to that required to make baking powder sufficient to raise
a dozen ordinary-sized hot tea biscuit The hcalthfulness of
Dr Price's Cream Baking Powder is beyond question
Alum Baking Powders arc Condemned by Physicians
Fifty-two different brands of alum and alum-phosphate baking powders were
recently analyzed by an official chemist. In every one of these fifty-two different
brands sulphuric acid was reported in large quantities, frequently greater than twenty
five per cent of the whole weight of the baking powder I
Chemical tests show that a portion of the alum from alum baking powder
remains as such and unaltered in the bread.
Alum baking powders are extravagant. They cost but two cents a pound to
make, yet they are sold at twenty-five cents a pound, or twenty-five ounces for
But, can the housewife afford, no matter at what price, to use a baking powder
which puts alum and sulphuric acid in her food?
OUR MOTTO: "Satisfaction or
your money back"
combined with plain figure
prices steadily adhered to,
has brought us a constantly
growing business. Quality
first, price next. Nothing but
standard made, reputable
goods at lowest profit prices.
Always zvilling to sioiu our goods
a.nd compare prices ivith either local
or Chicago hottses.
Jewclcro and Opticians.
B. S, M. Watch Inspectors
132" by suspension, twenty-six by trans
fer and nine by honorable dlschnrge.
The total number of members In good
standing Is 1,389, according to tho
first semi-annual report of Assistant
Adjutant General C. M. I'arker, just
sent In to national headquarters.
Plans Tennis Meet at Omaha.
Omaha, July 30. The Omaha Field
club tennis men are malting extensive
preparations to take care of the mid
dle west lawn tennis championship
which will be held at Omaha the week
commencing Aug. 20. Walter T.
Hayes is the present champion in sin
gles, and ho has already signified his
intention of defending the title.
Italph Fletcher and F. R. Sanderson
of Clalesburg, 111., are the holders of
the double cups. Tho tournament is
open to all amateur tennis players, re
gardless of their residence.
Has just received a
complete line of
Floir j Feed
Mozart lived thlrly-seven years. Ills
first mass was composed when ho was
lebs than ten .rears of a?e, and the
enormous quantity of his compositions
was the work of the succeeding twenty-seven
yenrs. Mozart wrote fo'rty-ono
Byinphonles, fifteen masses over thirty
operas and dramatic compositions, forty-one
sonatas, together with an Im
mense number of vocal and concerted
pieces In almost every line of art.
Hero. Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York,
discovered au aromatic pleasant herb
euro for women's ills, called Australian-Leaf.
It is the only certain
mnntiilu rnuiiliitor. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 cents. Sample
free. Address, Tho Mother Gray Co.,
LeRoy, Now York.
Annual statement of the Cowden
Kaley Clothing Co.
Merchandise, outstanding accounts
and cash 831104 8U
Capital sto ck, surplus and bills pay
able S1.V.101 Hi
Miss Jessie Wert
Piano, Oigao and Voice
Studio at Mrs. Josio Moran
ville's, two blocks east of
school houso. Fhohe 204.
DR. W. S. SMITH
RedUCloud, - Neb.
Porfoot In quality.
Modorato In prloo.
IntheDUUlctCourtof Webster county, No
brnBlow Mny M.Perry, Plaintiff. J
I,o yd .1. Perry, Pofenrtiuit. )
rn i v.i .t inrrv. Xon-ltchldcut Dofeiuliuit:
You nre hereby notlttcil tlint on tho 13th tin y
of Juno lOOfl, Mny M. Perry (lied n petition
iKdiut you In tho District Court or welter
County. NebniBkn, tho object nml prnyer of
which nro to obtain a divorce from you on tho
groundH of cxtremo cruolty, falluro to provide,
a nd babltiml drunkenness.
You are requled to answer said petition on or
before the 3UU day of August, 1008.
Mat M. PicrmT.
lly Keenoy Sa y lor, Her Attorney t, augc
8oo policies represent
ing over $2,000,000 in
surance in Webster
county. Now is the
time to get in the
O. C. TEEL,
Insurance and Notary.
Telephones: Country, No. 20;
Boll, No. 08.
To Cure Cold a In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo quinino tab
lots. Druggists refund money if it
fails to oure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
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