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15he CHIEF r
Red Cloud - - Nebraska.
PUBLISHED EVKKY FRIDAY".
Kn od In tliu f'ontoilice nt Itcil lou l.N'efo ,
ns SoconJ ClntM M.i tier.
K. i. Newhouhe
Aeronauis Land iNear Clear
Lake. South Dakota.
Gifts for Weddings. Birth
-Chicago Balloon Released at Qulncy
tcr Long Distance Voyage Fails to
Win Ljhm Cup, but Secures World's
Speed Mark Descends in Rain.
Pureed lo alight because of tli heavy
iHln, llio Chicago balloon, own by
Olurles a. Coey and driven liv Cup
in In (!. I. lluinbaugh an I Charles
d.d'hliler, which left Quiney, III., at J
Ii. m , latuk'd In r a. in. in the country
eight milei Jiouth of Clear I.uko, S.
Ij., overing over 800 null's in eleven
lio""i and securing the world's spee I
j .'.rd. Captain Huinb.uigh was bit
Xvy disappointed in tint breaking th"
lour, distance record and Ills talluru
to in the l.alini cup. He .s:iii that
2rad he not encountered tain lie v.o'tll
Inn oiitdii.lanced all previous lecnrls.
leaving Quincy, the aeronaut went
vt to Kirksvllle. .Mu. and from there
l'i" north. After leasing Kirk-v ill-'
ne;,iier man in tiie balloon spoke until
;ti:-' nlight'tig. When shuck by the
stonn, (.'apt. liu IJutnbaugh niade an as
sent of i!,riii) le.'t, )iit coul I not avoid
If He then dropped l.tjuo feet in oil'
. ichliter left Clear Lake for Chi
'fag': Capta.n Huinbutigh remain' 114
behind to pack the balloon ready for
th'- return by rail. He said he would
niul ' another effort to win the luihui
"1 have great conlldence in my bal
loon." he said. "It is a marvel. Not
h particle of gas escaped in the long
digit, which was without incident, f
hid -oulident that this will prove the
la. !st air vessel of the present age
and as soon as weather conditions
Kt't!" I will innke another try for the
loiii' distance record."
DOCTORS OPEN BIG SESSION
'Oppose Enictment of Laws Intended
to Abolish Vivisection.
Vivisection was disctiosed by del.
Kilt'-" to the convention of the Anit
ica 1 M'lual association at CM
rag' j ' and was ' the subject
ul i-:gnill(int action by the govern
ing jciard of the organization. l$v a
uiiaulnioiio vote the house of delegat-d
;iiprove! a rocouinieudatlou tu fie
board of trustee., to create u commis
sion, the sole duty of which shall lie
To watch and oppose the enactment ol
law? intended to abolish vivlsei tiun.
While thin action was under consider
"tlu:i, 11 r. W. It. Cannon, chairman of
Hi" 'ectlon on patholog.v, aovocated a
cnniraign of education against oppo
nents of Hie piactlce, whom he ac
ftined of nut r.ithl illness and Iguor-uiic-,
and in another meeting that of
iii' .-action 011 surgery results ot an
nual experimentation weie being do
i'lt'ii.iMl by Dr. Alexis Carrel of New
York. The resolution pued by the
boii.-f of di'legates was Intioduced
originally by Dr. l M. Jones of San
Francisco and was amended by Dr.
Frank Millings ol Chicago, and owing
to dii evident unanimity of sentiment
wit- passed without much time con
himiid b d -ciission
Vie tirst general session was ad-
Just opened up for your inspection one of the most com
plete and freshest lines of the newest creations of the
silversmiths' art. An exceptionally nice line of Silver
ware of all kinds fancy pieces for the table
Berry Sets Tea Sets-Cem notes
and many other pieces for table use. Also a very com
plete line of
Fancy Spoons, Knives and Forks, Berry Spoons, Sugar
Spoons, Fruit Knives, Jelly Spoons and Knives
and numberless other pieces of utility and ornament. Also we have a very extensive assortment of other gifts for commencement
and birthday remembrances, such as RINGS, WATCHES and and a variety of inexpensive little souvenirs, making acceptable
gifts for many occasions. No trouble to show goods Just as welcome to look as to buy.
Quality is our first consideration in the buying and selling of our goods, and there :s nothing but absolutely dependable
goods offered, and the prices make anything you may purchase now a genuine bargain.
JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS.
C, B. & Q.
uresseu n.v lr. lieriieit U Murreii 01
lioston, who i.ia.'.' a plea for co-opera-atiou
between the physicians and the
public and the edtuntloti ui" the litter
in the matter of Mutilation. The even- '
Ing session was devoted to matters ,
touching the public health h Dr. Will- ,
lain S. Thayer of Ualliinoie an I Dr.'
Charles Harrrlngton of Hostuti, Mass '
The vailous sections held separate '
meetings, at which scientific discus-'
Ions pertinent lo the branches were I
CLOSE CONTEST IN IOWA
Returns from SOI) precincts In the Iowa
primary indicate that Senator Allls.):i
has defeated Oovernor Cummins in the
fight over the Republican senatorial
nomination. These leturus indicate
that the result will be close, but that
the inajoritv will be with Allison. Tho
Allison men are claiming at least 10,.
OnO. The Cununlns men do not con
cede this, but make counter claims of
about 10,000. The result is so close
and the returns so Incomplete that It
may take an olllclal count to deter
mine the result. The Allison vote
may carry with it a victory for Car
roll for governor over Garst, although
the leturns on the Republican gubi-r-uatoiial
nomination are altogeth-i In
complete. In the Seventh congressional dis
trict IMotity is leading Hull.
The Democrats nominated l-'ied K.
White tor'governor without opposition,
as they did the remainder of their
ticket. Claude R. l'orter, foinier can
didate lor governor on the Democratic
ticket, was nominated for I'nited
States senator without opposition.
AERONAUT DROWNED IN RIVER
Makes Parachute Drop and Becomes
Entangled in Folds of Flag.
Untangled In the folds of a targe Hag.
witli which he ha 1 made a parachute
(Iron of Lo0o feet from a balloon at
Will soon be here. You will want a
monument by that time. Come and
see us early as it takes time to prop
erly finish a monument. We have
many styles and sizes for your inspec
tion and selection and our prices are
right. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I Overing Bros. & Co.,
440-446 N. Webster. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
j'.:: i n i.m, nt;., rafale, Is .1..
1 Fred, rick I.. Wood, an eighteen ear
, old aeronaut of New Haven, f.-ll help.
less in Hie Passaic rivet an I waa
Liability Act Valid in District.
The employers' liability act. v. hi, h the
Tutted States supreme couit in Jan
uary last held repugnant t th. con
stitution ot the I'nited Stat-s aad
ii'iu-enforrible in the states, vva.-. held
constitutional as to the District of
Columbia by the com t of appeals
Slight Mishap to Vaderland.
The accident to the liner Vadeilanl,
over which considerable anxiety has
been felt on account of rumors that it
had gone ashoio or had been in col
lision with another vessel, is very
slight, consisting of a simple d'.-,.ir-rangenieut
of Its machinery. The
steamer returned to Hushing after re
pairs had been completed, an 1 left
that port for Dover.
I Second Series of Storms In Oklahoma.
A second series ot tornadoe- and
heavy rains struck Oklahoma. Torna
does are reported at Hennessy, ISnld,
Fiederlck. fashion and Duncan;
cloudbursts fioni Weleetka and Tulsi
and a waterspout at N'avlna. The dam
age by the storms is as great a-, the
Rev. Dr. R, J. Cooke Re-Elected.
Dr. R. .1. Cooke of Tennessee wa- re
elected editor of all the book publica
tions of the Methodist KpU- opal
Features of trie Day's Trading ana
Chicago, dune 'J. Rain In Texas and
Oklahoma caused strength today in
the local wheat market, the ,!ul de
livery closing at u net gain of c.
Corn was up "s'fi:V'. kits were W
higher. Provisions were 2'...c higher
to U '.&. V.- lower. Closing prices:
Wheat .July, !)l:,,(JrlHjc; Sept., SS.
Corn- July, (587; Sept. t;7c.
Oats-July, ItJ'sc; Sept., :',8U.
Pork July, $1:1.70; Sept., $i:l.D7,a
Laid July, $8..W-..; Sept.. $S.72'...
Ribs July. $7.1."; Sept.. 7.7'j
Chicago Cash Prices No. hard
wheat, $l.tii)f'l.o:j; No. :'. oorn, 7J''ic;
No. i white oats, 31."..fi3.0.'jC.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, June U. Cattle -Receipts,
1,000; active, I Of higher; na
tive steers, $5.0i)&7.0(); tows and
heifers, $8.ou(f? ti.lo: western steers,
$:J.50(Jjij.00; Texas steers, W.iWii rt.':,;
dinners, $l2.rifi:kr0; Mockers, and
feeders, $:i.tltr5.25; calves, $;! 2 5 fa
ti.'J.-i; bulls, stags, etc, $;s.off 1.-J3.
Hogs-Receipts, HJ.IOO; 5fi 10c lower;
heavy. $ii.:jO(D ".!": mixed. $3. 2.1 ft
5.:J0; light, $.1.1.1(7 .I.Il'Ji.j; pigs, $l.21t?
3.00; bulk of sales, $r).2rtfi'.".:!2'.j.
Sheep Receipts, 4,300; steady; year
lings. $1.73!T5.25; wetheis, $1 tOtf?
6.00; owes, $L001.(i3; lambs, $3 73
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 2. Cattle Receipts.
2,000; strong and active; steers, $5.00
7.73; cows, $3.73Tj 1.7.1; heifers,
$:!.5i)(filS.23; bulls, $4.00fa5.73; calves,
$2.30(fj G.30; stockers and feeders. $3.23
013.10. Hogs Receipts. 12,000; T.falOc
lower; choice heavy shipping, $5.55fa
.1.02!-; butchers, $3.555.C2lB; light
mixed, $.1.13r.r0; choice light, $3.50
(fJM.GO; packing, $3.00fa5.50; pigs,
?3.73fa.1.00; bulk or sales, $5.10'8G.50.
Sheep Receipts, 13,000; weak; sheep,
$l.005.00; lambs, $3.000.15; year
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J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paints and
Contractor for Papering, Tainting and Interior Dec
orating. Fine paper hanging a specialty. Acme
brand paints. Bell phone 296.
The Red Cloud Hardware
and Implement Company
have added to their already mammoth stock
a line of
We will be pleased to show them to you.
And don't forget we are leaders on the new style
priced from $29.78 up to the highest. Extra A "rade
with ball bearings at $135.
Now is the time to get our Cultivators We ha e the
Ohio Bully Boy. Goodenouah. Mafrisan. i.
ley, Flying Swede, Dempster, Canton, Kingman
Red Cloud Hardware ?
aid Implement Co.
WM. WOLFE. Secretary. 5
t'edrino, Hie noted Italian automoanu
driver, was Instantly killed on I'itnllco
rareirack. SpertrUors saw his car
ski I and turn over, three of Its wheels
being smashed Cediiuo and bis
brother, who h Ills mechanic;, and
with him in the car. were thrown vio
lently against the fence, and, wlitl
Hie bioMier war littlo hurt. Cedrinr,
illi'l iii.-vi.uitly of a broken n'Tk
Flood Ties Up Traffic at Blllinrjj.
A Hood, lesuHiug liom ti (Jouilleirst
v.'ii ol Coluuilnis, Mont., swept .r.vav
a l.tilge over Der Cieek and caiifd
avvav more than a mile of NoiHfrn
Paclllc Hack. Tiain service Into Hill
ings liom Hie west is at a standstill
The Hoods between Columbus and Rig
Timber are said to have been the ino-.t
dlsajttons ever known there.
83 Chinese Prisoners Drowned,
A large barge laden wllh Chinos
prisoners has been capsized In t ho
Amur rlvtr and elghty-ulne persons-drowned.
Order to Show Cause.
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