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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1906)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
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I in Advance
VOLUME XXX IV.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SEPT KM HER. 21, 190(5.
Special Sale of School Hosiery
Yacation is over and the boys and girls will need stockings. We have provided for
this with a large line of Hosiery in all weights. There is the heavy hose for the
boys, fine narrow-ribbed for girls, lisle hose for Sunday, and every pair warranted
fast black Yarns.
Two Weeks BursorF Fashioned Stockings
The ioc Grade
3 pr. for 25
The 15c Grade
pr. for 25
The 20c Grade
2 pr. for 35
The 25c Grade
2 pr. for 45
No Stockings can
be made with truer
lines and shape,
and yet there is &
Jyik not a scam in them
from toe to top.
As perfectly fash- Q
lotted shaped as
Ai ftj mam ?
A s H ct H
which are always
present in the imported stockings.
You need not pay for the work of sew- nta cut una th$ storu
ing up those seams that hitrl, as there are no scams in the liurson.
Knit in perfect shape shaped perfectly in the knitting. They
keep that shape from machine to rag bag.
Best in Quality and Comfort. No Higher in Price
In Ladies9 Hose we have a full line of Bur son and others
In Dress Goods we have many bargains to
enumerate. Among them we mention:
. 3 8 -inch all wool Flannels at 35c
50 -inch all wool Novelties at 60c
50-inch all zuool Novel ites at SOc
Opening Sale of Outings
and Shaker Flannels
Shakers at 5c, S 1-3C, ioc and 12AC.
Outings at 5c, 6.fC, 8 1-3C, ioc and icc.
Cotton Batting, 10 ounces at ioc.
Cotton Batting, 3 lbs. at 40c.
A full line of Crocheted Baby Hoods, Jakets, Etc.
1. 1WH0USE, Dry Goods, Laces.
Deaths and Funerals.
Gertrude, this three-months-old
daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shirley,
of Elm Creek, died Wednesday, Sep
tember 1'J, after a short illness. Ser
viees were conducted at the Elm Creek
school house Friday afternoon, by
Jlev. 15. F. Hutchins, and the tiny re
mains laid to rest in the Klin Creek
Mrs. N. A. Albright.
Mrs. Gertrude Albright was born at
Mason City, Illinois, September HO,
1870, and died September 15, 1000, at
led Cloud, Nebraska. Her early 'life
was spent at Mason City, from whence
she moved with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lindley, to Seward, Neb., and
from there to Long Island, Kansas.
While there she united with the Pres
byterian church, and was an active
worker in that church and Sunday
fcchool. Her father died at Long Is-
land and, she, with her mother came
to lied Cloud, where she secured the ,
position of teacher in the public
schools. She filled this position suc
cessfully for four years, resigning in I
1001, in which year she was united in
marriage to M. A. Albright, who with
their one child, little Helen, a brother, '
llert Lindley of Kiverton, a sister,
Mrs. Chas. Plutt and the mother, Mrs.
Lindley are left to mourn her untime
ly death. The funeral services were
conducted by Kev. Austin aS the house
Monday afternoon, and the remains
were followed to their last resting
place by a host of sympathizing friends.
The lloral tributes were many and
beautiful. Just why Divine Provi
dence should remove from our midst
such a beautiful and useful life is a
mystery, but God is good and He
knows best. Thk Ciiikk extends, sym
pathy to the bereaved family.
sister and three brothers and a host
of friends to mourn his departure.
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. .1. W. Saladen and daughter
Florence desire to thank their many
friends and neighbors, and also the
I. O. (). F., and A. O. l W. lodges for
the kindness shown them during the
illness and deatli of their husband
The Webster Count v Fair.
The Webster Comity Fair will be
helil at Itladcn next week., September
'J.'i to '.'S. The fair association has
spent several thousands of dollars on
their grounds and besides having a
good preiuiuu list on all farm products
are offering good attractions. There
will be racing and sports of all kinds
on the grounds every day of the fair.
They have already rented most of the
stalls an'd pens to line stock raisers all
over the state and we are promised tho
exhibition of stock equaled only by
the state fair exhibitors. Go up and
make this county organization a suc
cess. The fair is not only for the
north part of tho county but for all
the county. Kcmcmbcr the date is
next week Tuesday to Friday with
attractions for every day.
A. C. Shallenbarger of Alma, (J. L.
Sheldon of Nehnwka. K. I). Suther
land of Nelson and Prof. Sutton of
the Wesleyan University will be pres
ent and address the crowd during the
four days of the fair.
the western country during the last
few days, and eatne home disgusted.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. Dnvltl
Kesler gave her husband a geucral
surprise party In honor of his r7th
birthday. ( .
F. S. Henderson and wife of Wonier.
Kansas, spent Sunday with K. Skccii
and family. Mrs. Sheen and Mrs-,.
Henderson are sisters. ?.
Stella, the oldest daughter of Henry
and Jennie Poore, died of cholcrx in
fantum. September s. issij, aged 'J
years. It months and IS days.
Owing to the crowded condition of
our columns last week we omitted the
nmrriage notice of .las. MeNeny lu
.Mrs. Fowler, formerly of this city.
(Juite an excitement was created lir
this city on Saturday morning over
the announcement that two of Charley
Johnson's Hue horses had been stolen
On Investigation it was learned that
they had been taken from the barn
with the evident intention of stealing
them, but, owing to the fact that they
were never trained to the saddle. tlu
horse thieves had to abandon them
and go to more lucrative ileklh for
S VioMnn Rollc i?
Guide Kock. Anson has been a suf
ferer frcm consumption the past two
years. His obituary will appear next
Thrown From a Horse,
William Johnson, sou of S. 11. John
son, living about VI miles northwest
of Ued Cloud, fell from a horse which
he was riding last Sunday afternoon
about 1 o'clock and received quite a
serious shock, from the effects of which
he was unconscious for several hours
and only .semi-conscious until Wednes
day. It seems that he in company
with a couple of young friends were
riding quite fast and when about a
quarter of a mile from Henry Lam
breeht's house the saddle girt broke
I'llowing the saddle to turn and throw
ing him to the. ground striking on his
chest and head. He was taken to
the Lambrecht home, where he re
mained until Thursday when he was
taken home. At last accounts he was
recovering rapidly and it is not thought
any permanent injury will result.
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found In The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week " v v
Mrs. J. A. pulleys is visiting in Fair
Held, Hev. G. W. Hummell has gone to
L. II. Hust has gone to Hatavia,
Ohio, on a visit.
E. MeFarland is building a dwelling
on Seward street.
.Foe Herburger has returned homo
from a visit in Lincoln, Illinois.
John Tietjen of Kiverton and MIsk
Matilda Douglas of Inavale were mar
ried by Judge Edson, Wednesday,
September 10, 1000.
.ISurtou E. Tneny.1er;f.Page,Nj."hnK.1li
ka, and Miss Nora M. Keedle of IajIhi- ,
non, Kansas, were married by Coitnty
Judge Edbon, Wednesday, September
James H. Doyle of Smith Center,
Kansas, and Miss Mary E. Kyan of
Ked Cloud, were married by Father
Fitzgerald at the Catholic church r
Tuesday morning, September 18, 1000r
ut eight p'clock, in the presence of
relatives and a few immediate friends
A bountuous wedding dinner wuk
served at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mi-, and Mrs. Jas. Kyan, about
eighty-six guests being present.
Miss M ina Koyce of Esbou, Kans;usr
and Mr. Glen Waddle, of Springfield.
Illinois, were married at the home of
the bride's parents, Wednesday even
ing, heptemner 10, 1000, at 8 o'clock,
by the pastor of the M. E. church of
Esbon. Following the ceremony ami
congratulations the fifty-two guests
present Bat down to a bountiful wed
ding supper. Mr. and Mrs. Waddle
will leave next Tuesday morning for
Springfield, Illinois, their future home.
Miss Eugenlu Andrus of this city
and Mr. George Harris of Garflekl.
At the hour of going press we learn
that Anson Garber, son of Ed Garber,
formerly county clerk, died this morn
ing about 5 o'clock at his home in
Joshua W. Saladen.
Joshua W. Saladen was born near
Syracuse, Nebraska, April ifl, 1870,
and died at his home northeast of Ked
Cloud, Nebraska, September 1ft, 100(1,
at the age of 30 years, and ft months.
He moved witli his parents to Webster
county when three years of age and
has resided in this county ever since.
He was married to Miss Florence
linker, November 'JO, 1803, and one
daughter was born to this union. The
funeral services were held at the
Pleasant Hill school house Sunday,
September 10, 1000, at 3 o'clock p. m.,
ttev, G. W. Hummel assisted by Kev.
Austin, conducted the services. The
I. O. O. F. and A. O. U.- W. lodges of
which he was an honored member,
had charge of the ' interment service.
The body was tenderly laid to rest in
the family lot in Pleasant Hill ceme
tery. He leaves his wife, daughter,
llarklcy's team took a little spin Wi'm uiarrled Saturday, September 15.
down the street Tuesday night. Ilt blgh noon, by Kev. Geo. W. IIiihi-
,. ,. ,,,,,,, , , i"ul at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Our friend, F. 1C, Coble, in wearing ,, ,,. , i i . .,
-. ,, , . ',. "'-"""h, c. W. Llndsey. After the ceremon v
one of Jobs comforters on his neck. ' i . , . ., , .
' and congratulations, the fourteen
Mrs. 11. P. Hutchison has returned guests present sat down to a suiuptu
home from her visit to Johnson ous wedding dinner. The bride is a
county. j niece of Mrs. G. W. Lindsey and i
Miss Mattie Smalley of Eureka, wel1 a,,d f,lV0nil,1y k,1(,w !"-'. The
111., is visiting with Fred Plumb and ro0111 ls il slx-'" 3'f,' ftimiur
fHmjly. uml n,lK man.V friends. Mr. and Mrs.
j Harris departed on No. 10 Sunday
D. II. Ferman, brother of Jim Fer- morning for a three weeks' visit with
man, of this city, was in Ked Cloud relatives in Chicago and Wisconsin.
Saturday. , aftcr which they will return and bent
George Springer wns married Mon- I"0"1" to tlL'ir friends, six miles tiouth-
ilav. bv Kev. G. S. Dnvls. in lmlv east of Ked Cloud.
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from Salem, Kansas.
Sammy Cox, living on Seward street,
was kicked in the mouth by one of
Fred Hummell's horse.
Miss Culbertson, sister of Mrs. L. II.
Fort, has secured tho Guide Kock
school for the fall term.
Adam Morhart was looking over
A Cuaranteed Cure fer Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding
piles. Druggists are authorized to
refund money if Pazo Ointment fails
to cure in 0 to 14 days. ftO cents.
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