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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
Mrs. Barbara Vavricka. tcw Star Dolns at Cu!!c Rotk.
Mrs. llarbara V.ivricka was born in' The Order of Hasten. Star at tn.de
l)atnirolT, Hohemin. dune 7. l'-.V. and Uo.dt V. I some mM excellent work
died at her limno in rth of Ked Cloud Monday evening. .1 i n s. J. 1! Hump"
Friday nljjht. .hnc a. of heart failuro. (jf 11;l1iotiiii . Mrs Wlilto from the
.Shewed have be mnfty years old if , ,iu.mbe.s
Hlic had lived two days longer. ' ,,.,,, ,
She was married to Matej Vavricka , from the !!ed r loud lo-l,'e wore present.
iii 177 and CTV.o in Aiumcst !.". Wi , TV lW' (1fc''' '"Hinted 'our new
jwJ loW'V" Wcbcrvnuity,NeVruV I .lll0m.,,n,.v. lUi,1 Mk K f. Martin
ha, where lilt y :i.iw resided since, and Mr. and Mrs. Noah I'eters. Then
To this un'.o:. v.vro horn five boys the oflicer-. for the ensuing term were
and onetfirl who died in infancy. Two isl!lnt.d bv two lied (loud members,
of the bey. l'V.Vi'.t and LjuN. wore Mrs. Chas. Kobinson acting ns insiril
born in I'.ohemid. ' Hn olliccr and Mrs. McKcoby as mas-
Mif..Vavr'uh.v.-".s a boneliei.irv mem- ,,,1 .-u. illeers are: Matron. Mrs.
bur of tlio lied CUud Koyal Neighbors .;, ft. iti,1T: patnm. Chas. Unltfe: a
lodge. s)L-iate mativni, Miss Hdla F rj.Mion;
The funeral was held Monday after- J ,.onductrcs-,. Miss Irene PerUMm; as
noon at the h mie at two o'clock. Ilcv. SOouito conductress. Mrs. ,1. II. Crary:
Hummel conducted the services. In- sot.,x.tury. Mrs. X. M. Uoudna: trcasii
Lermeiit was made in the lied Cloud ,.t,l ,.,. n. .lones: warder. I. Y
cemetery. Tne ttoyal Neighbor-, and r.uv; sentinel. .1. II. C'rarv: Ada. Mrs.
the K. 0. II. lodges of thiseity marched .;. m. Parher: I'.uth. .Mis-. Ida IVttet:
down with the procc-sion to the ecme- i.vii,..,. Mrs. .1. V. llodirc' Martha.
The bereaved husband an 1 family
hive our sympathy i their hour of
Will Kd-on cine down from (iratid
At the Fraternal Aid meeting Thurs
day niylit they Initiated thirteen inein
bcrs. After lod,e inectintf they served
ice cream and e ke to the new mem
bers and had a jolly tfood time
Mrs. K. S. Sheppanl: Kleeta. Mrs.
(.'has. Mode's. A splendid address vva
given by llev. Martin, speeches by I.
11. Hampton, Mrs. White and several
Ked Cloud members. An elegant ban
(piet in the dining hall closed a very
enjoyable .session. j
Always Entertaining '
lilind llooue never fails to plea-ohis
hearers. At the opera houe Monday i
ii- .1 I. l'.-vl of the F.antist College eveniiiL' dune 1Mb. Seats on a'.e at
atdrand Island will speak at the Map- llattie .Morri-on's Saturday morning.
list eh are '.i nct Thursday evening, , "
June IS, at s o'clock. The purpose of
his coming '.s to interest young men A Momr.-Made ParaSOl taSS.
and your.g w- m n in securing a college j i'ol. n pretty and useful umbrella or
odueatior. I.-. Ke;.l is a very able parasol ease, cut a piece of eard board
man and is verv popular with the stu-' o ie yard long and seven inehes wide,
dents. All .ve invited to hear him. Cover one third of it on one side with
- ' a prettv patterned chintz, or cretonne,
and the rest with plain sateen of a liar
n- For the poe'eet. cut a piece of the
M - o ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nrmi HR M
Until, rain, and more to follow
Mr and Mrs. Hanson and Mi
'dior of Ked Cloud were the guests of chintz about two inches long audeigh
.lames Keagcl Sunday
teen inehes wide; turn down a hem
VanllvKv mm'i two fat cows to two and onc-half inches wid, at one
(Cool brjthe.'s this we. k
Mrs. Albert Turner's father of Hlue
Hill is visiting them this week.
Kddie Aubu-h m is home on a vi.s'.t
end. and put in a piece of elastie nine ,
inches long just below the hem. hith
er the lower end if the chintz, ami
sOw it ami the si les neatly to the card
Trim the top of the back, whie'.i
the farmer-, are stands above the poelcet with a niehe
41.VV v ..- initios !'" ... ..-, .- -
busy cutting alfalfa and cultivating 0f ribbon or lace. Finish the bottom
I c .1... ..... . . ..; (i. .. ,,; .if t'llitinti :i.il
i of the eas with a twist of ribbon ami ,
a bow at one side, put a bow f ribbon
1 at each corner of the top. and add a
, loon with a 1 o bv which t hang up
, p'lttiema.i n-.uimg a sugar PSta,p I the c.i-e Put another twist of ribb. n
In Hemeiara went out to It for .....,,,, ,,... !llMOs, th.. ,VKtvl
the llrst iline.Tlie dav alter his arrival ! '""'v .. ... ..
John Osborn linished breaking prai
rie for L. H. Ha-kins this week.
he fctoud watching the punts bringing
1 ho cane home. joung ueg'.o boy
,avIio was drixlng tin- mules, wishing to
Increase the need of Iheni. struck one
of them with his whip. The mule
pioinptly tespoiided by launching out
with his heeds and dealt the boy a kirk
on the head which siietched him on
Iho ground, where he lay rubbing hl
woolly pate on the spot where the kick
had been recehed.
"Ik he hurt? Is he hurt?" cried the
planter In ahum. A full grown negio,
hearing the expressions of concern,
uprang forward hastily and, raising the
mule's heels, shouted out:
"No, boss! That mule htm walk
lendnh fo' a day or two, but him no
Lnrl '."-Chambers' .lourual.
just below the frill where the elasth
Chiffon and lace trimmed parasols
which should be carefully kept from
the dust, are safely ami daintily
"housed" in one of the-e useful cases,.
From Woman's Home Companion for
SMITH & BARNES
And Equivalent to
000 in Prizes
Absolutely Given Away on Wednesday,
JUNE 17th, 1908.
Camera Pleasures Last.
K X P L A N A T I O N
To the person writing the sentence:
"(.ASTON MUSIC CO., SKLLS Kh
LIABLK PIANOS," the sivntHst nuni-
,1 1' !..,.. ,i 11 C P,-vctil ( .-rlnVJlllV
,,,. ,,,,, ,juy,,a . . -. ,',;"-,: Ze; we will peut hfc
than in anytlnnge.se you can get for t "u l" , . ' nnnw rr 1, n4l,pr
the same price, and its a pleasure that JbeJlUtll 111 piilUO lM. lo the Otliei
lasts as long as vou live. We handle ' contestants WG Will give pl'l.e cei'tlllCateS
the Kodak-the'one that makes pic-; to the VJlllie of $'J,000, ill aillOUlltS 11 J) t)
tare taking easy. Newhouse I'.ros. K3(), each ill proportion to the llliml)ftr Ot
.lewiders. times the sentence is written.
"""" wuv wr MAk-F TWKr.RRATDFFF.R
the cement lloor in the new cattle barn MllSIC Co." hlllHlrecl? ot timet 5 Oil Will
on the State Tair grounds at Lincoln. ' reilieillber it.
This barn is a mammoth building 171' YOU Will also reilieillber tllJlt 'baStOll
bv .'..:. and will have stalls for i;:ui head Music Co." are Factory distributors ana
1 ....V ...!.... 1 II ....1-..1.1.. . .
ot cattle, .superuufuoem-s .mw- .in.. h1 reilillJie I1UI1U.
......... i . ...:u ... .. . ? i i i . l ,.,. ..' ..ti
Second:--we cio uns uecuusc oj um
j desire to compile a mailing list of all
homes without a piano.
-" l'..v " -t I .. ... V.III l. JCIICIIlb IllliJ rinniii ...... ....w
that upon discovery of the authors, i tries tiauy. am. u.e miu8u.u,i , mv1pi Hv its Use We call SGClire
primers or publishers of any such tldeutlv expect that tne amp.e pnn.s- ; : , - AnaVMl ..llirklv
The First Reporter.
n'i. i ............... I,..t..u I..I..V- (nl
I lie IIIOOUIII ll'lMHH-1 lliin imv.
the reign of (Jueen Anue ami to the
unknown scribe who attempted to tell
Iho public the secrets of her parlia
ment. He had a hard time or It, for
parliament wished to keep lis secrets
to Itself. In IT'JS an order was passed
"that It Is mi Indignity to ami a breach
or the privilege of this house for any
,enon to presume to give in written
or printed newspapers any account or
minute of the debates or piocecdlngs;
tjilet rooms and the total cost will ex
Cattle Superintendent O. VI. Mickey
r iii..'ilii iciiorts the receipts of en-
newspapers this house will proceed
against the offenders with the utmost
severity." During the famous Wilkes
cnt-e In 177- the reporters won the vic
tory which they have jdneo held with
eat dispute.- New York American.
..1 Til .......lllll. IIIIITlll.lll.ll, ,i,.r.A,-.i. .....iav ...w.--i
oils for earing lor eatue win i.n , - - , ,, ,-
in the largest exhibit Aug. him to and more economically than we could b
Sept. 4th ever held in Nebraska.
When the Lights Went Out.
Almost every speaker has had the
experience of the house hccomllli: to
tally dark hem use or the failure of the oud week
electric lights. Here Is such an expo
ileuce by one lecturer. It was In l'ltts
burg; the audience was a Hebrew so
ciety. When the lights went out, the
lecturer waited a moment and then
nahl. "We will proceed anyway, for I
Milt have the lsrael-lltes." It was the
hit of the evening. Lyceumlte and
Inter-Stat Fair at Denver.
That the Colorado Interstate Fair
and Imposition, the tirst exhibition of
whicn will be held in Denver the see-
in September of this year.
will do much to encourage the im
provement ami growth of western in
dustries of every character, is fully
shown in the premium list, a copy- of
which has been received from (!. C
Fuller, acting secretary, Tabor opera
house. Denver, vdio writes that he will
be pleased to send a copy to anyone
upon request. The classifications in
the list are extensive, covering the
products of every industry, and the
pri.es offered are exceptionally liberal
spending twice the sum by using solici-
i tors and canvassers.
j Third: - We are able to shift a portion
of this burden on the manufacturers we
I represent because we buy pianos in large
1 quantities, thus enabling us to distribute
these prizes and advertise our business
! in this extraordinary manner and moro
thoroughly establish our line in lied
1 Cloud and vicinity.
RULES GOVERNING CONTEST
Write on one side of the card only.
No employees or persons connected
with the piano business allowed to com
pete. Expert penman or engravers barred.
All cards must reach us on or before
June 17th, 1D0S, at noon.
Only one card received from eivSli
Use pen or pencil.
In the event of a TIE, the FIRST card
received will WIN the piano, so mail
your card early.
The contest will be decided by thivtf
impartial judges whose decision must b
final. The winning card will be on -hibition
and all others will be kept J r
reference so that there will be absolutely
no chance for dissatisfaction.
All cards must be written and reada
ble to the naked eye.
Persons living over 25 miles from ild
Cloud will not lie permitted to content
for this prize.
DON'T DELAY: This means sou
thing to every person needing a plan .
Write us and we will at once send y 'i
extra cards and any information der-iri.
FINAL: Write the sentence as above
on a U. S. Postal Card or any other card
the exact size t Cards furnished free by u
are preferred) and on the reverse side .f
the card or oil an extra slip of paper write
your name, address and number of tiirv
you have written the sentence, state if
you have a piano or organ and give the
name of a prospective piano purchaser
and mail same to GASTON MUSIC CO.,
lied Cloud, Nebraska.
A Great Secret.
At some of the Kngllsh country fairs
n "great secret" Is sold In sealed en
velopes at twopence apiece. Hero Is
llin Kiw.fnt' "N'ovpi" biiv ii ti article be
fore examining It. If you had known , km:hy woman wild, in: intkiikstud. '
this before, you would not have paid If on lmxo rains la thu hurt. I'rliinrj-. Jh'l ,
twopenco for this worthless envelopu , ,lJaMViu licrii Viue for wuimm'h Ills, try Mother
i. ..1.1 ....,. twin... Minn ItKA ;.., .'.j tin.lr.1 hilt I nil f
WIlCil Jim UUUIU &vi iuwiu uum t"w mi li j V " " "" "Vl i.......iVia ViViVv , I'm
I tit j I uk ii'uminiM, rti uuhh";iD ",,' i,i.u
dozen good onea for iho same price."
riM, Siunpli! imrkHKo mr.h.
Mother (ioij ro...l.eKoy, . i.
ll U aMife tiiitl never
or ly mnll ro
Aildrc"', Tho ,
Damcrcll Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Headquarters, Hastings, Neb. House of Quality.
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