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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1906)
THE RED GLOID CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 28, 190G.
1 Subscription E
I $1 a Year
I in Advance
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 Bursoif 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
In Ladies9 Hose we have a
No Stockings can
be made with truer
lines and shape,
and yet there is
not a seam in them
from toe to top.
As perfectly fash
ioned shaped as
the best foreign
hose, but Without
which are always
present in the imported stockings.
You need not pay for the work of sew
ing up those scams that hurt as there are no scams in the Burson.
Knit in perfect shape shaped perfectly in the knitting. They
keep that shape from machine to rag bag.
Best in Quality and Comfort.1 No Higher in Price
full line of Bur son and others
Prof. Dietrich took, made the day pass
nil too soon. Rev. Hummel, .lames
Oilhiun, Lucian Iliiskins and Prof.
Dletriek all made appropriate talks
and then wo all talked. Mr. Ward
had a convention in town and could
not stay until his turn came to make
a speech. Of course, Lucian talked on
the water question.
You north ward people will have to
hustle or we are going to have the
best Sunday school In lied Cloud.
Whoh wo were ready to goo ach one
of the children and all the rest shook
hands with Uev. Hummel and wife
and told them we had a fine time and
wanted to come again and he told us
we were always welcome. Uev. Hum
mel is one of those ministers who wins
the heart of all he meets.
Oscar Hurronghs, who has been line
foreman in the installation of the
electric light plant, was elected and
has accepted the position of superin
tendent of light and water commis
sioner. Mr. HurroughK will have en
tire charge of the light and water
plant and the city will look to him for
results. There were about thirty ap
plicants for the position and of the
total Mr. Hurronghs was chosen as ' skirmish was the result.
to take part
Prof. Paul Die-trick and wife attend
ed the south ward Sunday school pic
nic last Saturday. They report a fine
Fred Spence, ilesse Null, Frank
Watson and (Hen Arnold were with a
picked team to play the llladcn team
a game of ball Saturday. Hert Gar
bcr pitched and Itladeu got all the
scores, the boys from lied Cloud only
got a goose egg.
The High school and ltusincss col
lege had another round at the ball
park Tuesday evening. Hert. Garber
was in the box for the High school
and Guy Henderson in the box -for
the college, while l-'sty Smelscr and
.Jesse Null held their old places be
hind the bat. A. l. Dietrich acted as
umpire and wi: had a close game until
the first half of the eighth when Hert
Garber was told to go to first because,
he was" hit by the pitcher. Instead of
going to first he came out to the um
pire to explain something and while
there Louliic Lyle told him he lied,
and Pert struck Lonnie, 'Mid a short
". htch broke
being the best fitted to
fill the posi-
In Dress Goods we have many bargains to
enumerate. Among them we mention:
3 8 -inch a 11 zvo Flannels at 35c
50 -inch all wool Novelties at 60c
50-inch all wool Noveites at 80c
Opening Sale of Outings
and Shaker Flannels
Shakers at 5c, 8 1-3C, ioc and isAc.
Outings at 5c, 6c, 8 1-3C, ioc and i2c.
Cotton Batting, 10 ounces at 10c.
Cotton Batting, 3 lbs. at 40c.
A full line of Crocheted Baby Hoods, Jakets, Etc.
I. MWHOUSE, Dry Goods, Laces.
Council met in an adjourned meet
ing Wednesday evening at City Clerk
Fort's olllce, with the Mayor and
councilmcn Wolf, Robinson and Died
The applications and recommenda
tions of A. F. Comstock of Omaha,
and Oscar Hurroughs, who has been
line foreman, during the installation
of the light plant, were read and upon
consideration Oscar Hurrougtis was
up the game as the eolh-ge boys re
fused to play ball with a fellow, who
had to use his fists to win the game.
The High school boys arc all fine fel
lows and carried themselves like gen
tlemen and every college boy speaks
well of them and their playing.
Last Thursday, the oightceu-months-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fer-
' guson, pf Highland, Kansas, was ae-t
J eidentally drowned in a wash boiler
of waler. Funeral services were held
attbo U. Unchurch, Friday, Septem-
ofYered the position of suptfrlntendontilk'rilr ahll o'cloekv'hnd Um little one,
of lighting nnd water commissioner at
a salary of 880 per month.
Hids for furnishing the city with
lamps for the ensuing year were read
and contract was awarded to the Ne
braska Electric Co., of Omaha.
laid to rest in the Highland cemetery.
The family have the sympathy of the
entire community in their hour of
G. W. DUDLEY, SUIT.
The Falls City high school boys
organizing a band.
J. F. Winters was in the High
school during the opening exercises
Vernon Storey has been out of
school since Tuesday, suffering from a
severely sprained ankle.
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Deaths and Funerals.
Mrs. Lena Bergman.
Miss Lena Hanson was born in Iowa
in 1878, and died at her home fifteen
miles northwest of Red Cloud, Satur
day, September 22, WOO, at the age of
38 years. In 1002 she was married to
Mr. Ole Hergman, who, with the in
fant son, are left to mourn her loss.
Funeral services were held at the
Danish church Sunday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. Hergman, and tho re
mains were followed by sorrowing
relatives and friends to their last
resting place in the Danish cemetery.
Anson Garber, only son of Mi', and
Mrs. E. S. Garber, was born April 15,
1887, at Gnido Rock, Nebraska, and
died at the home of his parents, near
Guide Rock, Friday, September 21,
1000, of consumption, of which disease,
he had been a sufferer for several years
and his death was not unexpected.
Anson had been in Colorado for several
months, expecting by rest and
change of scene to regain his usual
strength. For the past four years
Anson had made his home in Red
Cloud with his parents, until a few
weeks ago, they removed to Guide
Roclc. He hud made many friends
while here and was a general favorite
among the Red Cloud social circles.
The funeral, services were held at
home Sunday afternoon, September
23, at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev.
Willahan of the Haptist church of
Guide Rock. The male quartet of Red
Cloud composed of Messrs. C. L. Cot
ting, V. H. Fulton, O. S. Albright and
L. V. Albright furnished a number of
beautiful selections. Tho floral trib
utes were many and beautiful. Adair
Galusha of Lincoln, Dwlght Wilson,
Warren Longtin and John Yaple of
Red Cloud, John Sheppard and Frank
Newmeyer of Guide Rock, all young
men friends of the deceased were pall
bearers. Interment was made in the
Guide Rock cemetery. Tin: Ciiikf ex
tends heartfelt sympathy to the be
reaved parents and sister.
Sunday School Picnic,
The south ward Sunday school had
what we all say, the finest picnic in
this part of the state last Saturday in
Rev. Hummel's grove south of the
river. Mr. Gilliam secured a team
and wagon from Mr. Heal and Mr.
Haskins took the other team while a
the i number went in their own rigs. While
waiting at the school house Mr. Smith
came along with a fine lot of peaches
and made all hearts happy by giving
the picnickers a peck of the finest.
We had a good time going and when
we got there we found a nice clean
grove with Rev. Hummel and wife
waiting with all the smiles wo could
take besides all the water melons we
could eat. About forty seated them
selves on the grass to enjoy the
"bestest" dinner hwu uve ever eaten.
Why it made us think of mother's
cooking. The camp fire and the
swings and the roaming through tho
woods and the posing for the pictures
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Fulton on
Walnut Creek, Wednesday, September
20. at high noon, when their youngest
daughter, Miss Hculah 12. Fulton and
Mr. Alvah L. Stoner were united in
marriage, Rev. R. H. 12. Hill, pastor
of the M. 12. church of Jnavaleoflieiat
ing. Only the near relative's were
present. Immediately after the cere
mony a sumptuous dinner was served,
and many hearty congratulations were
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adopted by the board, Is creating I ebstcr eonn ,,L'r illh(iV lmvlnfff
miit n interest in the ,imu. come herein an early day and having
ing, both on the part of the pupils
The High school tennis club elected
the following officers: Lloyd Hall,
president; Stickney Coombs, secretary.
A new court has been marked out
north of the Firemen's hall.
BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES.
A move is started among the girls
to play basket ball.
The boys took their first out at foot
ball Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hrooks were visitors
in chapel and bookkeeping last Mon
day. Mr. Dietrich read from Fred Emer
son Hrooks Thursday morning at
A number of the college boys and
girls attended the Hrcthrcn conven
tion this week.
Lonnie Lyle has secured a position
with Attorney Hlacklcdge and will do
shorthand work and go to school.
Prof. Dietrich was in Cowlcs Sunday
passed through the vicissitudes of
pioneer life, is now one of the success
ful and respected farmers on Walnut
Creek. The groom is a son of II. F.
Stoner a prosperous frrmer living five
miles south of Inavale. Roth of tho
contracting parties are very popular
in the community, where they live
and their many friends join in wish
ing them a long, happy and success
Card of Thanks.
I wish to express my sincero thanks
to those who so kindly assisted in
raising the funds for the purcharse of
myself a new chair, and will further
say for one in my condition to know
they are remembered by those who
are well and In the whirl of the world
Is worth many times the value of
those favors and a lesson to be remem
bered through life,
We only see the soft side of the
other fellow's job; but he is kicking
just the same as you are.
For stomach ache a man will take
His whisky hot and straight;
Ills head will swim, his eyes grow dim
And wabbly be his gait. Ex.
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