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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 7, 1922
Mr. "and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of
Denver ariifed in the city Sunday
morning to visit her paicnts, Mr. and
Mrs. V. G. Turnure.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pulsipher and baby
returned to their home nt Holdrege
Sundny evening after spending ho
day here with his parents.
Wears Longer Looks Better
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THAT is the Holeproof
- story in a nutshell. And
when this desirable com
bination in hosiery is offer
ed at very reasonable prices
you can easily understand
why Holeproof is popular
in all walks of life. Hole
proof comes in a wide va
riety of regular and fancy
styles in silk, silk faced.and
lusterized lisle. Made for
women and children, too.
Awarded Second Prize
At the Hoys nud Girls' Stock .ludg
na Tonttst liclil nt tho Sttite Fair,
'I'lii'sdny, tlio Wi'bsU'r County team
curried oil second honors. Dawson
county won first pluce.
AgenfciWarner Bros. CorsetaHorae "Journal Patterns ,.
You will want a good Fountain Pen and
Eversharp Pencil. We sell the three hest
pens on the market
Coiiklin, Dunn and Schaffers
Eversharp Pencils from 10c to $3.50 each
The largest Pencil Tablet in town--240 pages
CHAS. L. COTTING, The Druist
Murvol Fentress, who stole a car Wt
Lebanon several months ago, and hfcd
been a boarder at the county jail at
Smith Center wbilo awaiting trial fat
district court, escaped Saturday after
noon. It seems as though Sheriff Ag
new had aome business down town and
let his daughter feed the prisoners,
and while doing this Fentress stuck
his hand through the door, secured the
key, unlocked It and escaped.
Old Settlers'Picnic Program
At Cowles Next Thursday
The t'irbt Women of the County...
... Emiinuel Peters
The Children of the First Stockade. .
..Mrs. A. J. Hayes, Mrs.Liutm Friable
The Illilulndustrvof '71.. Chits. Gurney
The First Ferries wind Threshing
Machine M,C. Sherman
Crinoline and Pantalets
, .". . . . Mrs. Ed. Garber
First Deep Well on the Dlvid...v.
Frock Coata'and Paper Collars'.
" . Atl.-?;v'i . . .'. . .Rev. Kfoah Wagoner
The KewPotsdam; : ... .Louis' Peisiger
Working Bohemia. . .Miss Bessie Havel
The Norwegian Settlers
Miss Ada Skjelvcr
The Swiss Pioneers Fred Farner
The Covenanters of the East Side. .
The French of the Northwest
Mutty DeTour, R C. Chevalier
There will be short talks by Mrs.
Pace, Mis. Arneson, Mrs. McCuue, in
terspersed with readings by tho grand
daughters' of the pioneers. Anecdotes
by pioneers; Short talks by sons' nud
grandsons' of pioneers, and other
speaker; with songs of earlier days led
by Alva B. Pierco and others.
The sportJ and games will be fur
nished by the local committees at
The limllngton train from Red Cloud
to Hastings will probably stop at the
picnic grounds In the morning and
evening Everybody come and bring
Uy Order of the Committee.
Mrs. BarkleyDies Suddenly
Mrs. John Barkley passed away sud
denly Wednesday evening at her home
in the First word. While eating sup
per sho was taken suddenly 111 and cot
p from the tabic un 1 expired beforo
medical assistance arrived,
Matilda M Hattlold was born Nov. 1,
1SG8, at Omaha. Nebraska, and came
with her parents to Red Cloud in 1870
and has resided here ever since. She
waa united in marriage to John Bark
ley July 4, 1885, and to this union were
born three children, who passed away
several years ago The deceased was
a faithful member of the Christian
church, also belonged to the W. C. T.
U., Degree of Honor and the Yeoman
Besides her husband and aged moth
er, two brothers Bert Hatfield, of
this city, Curt Hatfield, of Concordia,
Kansas, two sisters', Mrs. Ressie Coin,
of this city, Mrs. Ethel Pylo, of White
Cloud, Kns , aud a niece, Gieva Coin,
aro left to mourn her demise.
The funeral services will be held
GRANDMA FOX WAS
WILL HAVE THEIR CHILDREN'S EYES EXAMINED AND TESTED
BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS. BY SO DOING THEY KNOW THE
CHILDREN BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR PROPERLY PREPARED TO
MAKE THE BEST USE OF THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
CHILDREN IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND FIT NO GLASSES UNLESS
FOUNTAIN PENS WITH CLIP $1.50
BLOTTERS FREE ASK FOR THEM
"RITE-RITE" MECHANICAL PENCILS 10c
LEADS FOR AUTOPOINT, EVERSHARP AND OTHER PENCILS
, 10c PER DOZEN . ,
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
E. H. Newhouse
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Singing tho Praises of
Allen A Black Gat
Many a mother feels a little bit of her own girlhood return as she buys Allen A Black Cat Hosiery for
the children these days. ; ,
For these are the:; same sturdy, long wearing stockings that her mother bought for her.
It's the same'good brand to-day. And to it has been added the Master Brand Allan A as a further as- 1
surance of value.
Every pair of Allen A- Black Cat Hosiery carries i t hosiery for the children and for all the family as
LAID AT REST SUNDAY
Funcinl services, in chargo of Rev.
Samuel Hardmun, for Grandma Fov
were conducted from the J. E. Fox
home, in the Second Ward, on Sumiuy
morning, after which interment wus
made in the" Garfield cemetery.
, JLiaunv -Afeuu ivunuuu wus.uuni in
Genesee county, NewvYof'ttafe, 'Au
gust 10," 1836 and passed' away at the
home of her son in this city on Fri
day, September 1st at tho age of 87
years and 21 days.
Her girlhocd was spent in Ohio and
on October 8, 1855 she was united in
marriage to John Fox. Their early
married life was spent in Michigan
where their children were born and
grew up. A number of ye us ago the
family moved to Nobraski and jellied
in Garfield Township.
Four children blessed their mar
riage, John and Sanf rd of 'his city,
Cora Beauchnmp of Ada, Oklahoma,
and Katie, who passed into the fuller
life in 1890. John Fox, the husband
of tho deceased nassed away Feb
ruary 17 1001, since which time she
has made her homo in Red Cloud.
Early in life sho united with tho
Methodist Episcopal church and for
over fifty five years proved herself
to bo a faithful christian, devoted
mother nnd grandmother.
Besides her two sons and one daugh
tor die also, leaves to mourn their
loss twelve grandchild! en nnd fio
COUNT! Ij PROCEEDINGS
Don't Buy Your
Too early. We will have them
when the price is right
School Days Are Here
In' Silk, tislo, Wool and Cotton.
AND LISTENr-For a short time we will give a Lead
Pencil FRXfe with every pair of Children's Hose.
R. P. WEESNER CO
Red Cloud, Nebr.
September C, 1922
Mayor Peterson called Council to
gether in regular adjourned session.
Members present, Crabillt Hummel,
Hoffman, Amack absent.
. Minutes of meeting of August 1st
and 14th read and approved .
Report of S.tR. Florence presented
and ordered placed on file.
The "request of Clarence Lewis for
a raise in salary was denied.
On motion Council instructed Mayor
and Clerk to pay $2000 and interest
of E. L. Ordinance No. 6.
On motion the following claims
were taken up separately and allowed:
H. M. Beard .$150.00
Fitting Out the Boys' For
School is Where We Shine
"W. A. Patten ....
Mrs. M. A. Albright -..-,-
C. It. Lewis
Geo. V. Trine
MUl-Wcst Electric Co. ...
Tho McGrnw Co.
Entcrprizc Electric Co. .
Sterling Fulton Works ....
Shirts, Blouses, Pants, Shoes,
Overalls, Hats and Caps
Big New line of School Suits
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KnickcrUcker and Hif h School
Long Pants Suits
New line of Sport Suits $18.00 to $26.50
Knickers - - $6.00 to $12.50
One and Two Pants Suits
Our prices are low considering the, qual
ity of our merchandise .,
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
Mi-. M. A. A'bright . - .
S. R. F'oranci
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