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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1888)
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Ilih ponder never varies. A! art el of pure
4t!eiiKt!i;nil wholcvmienev. more economical
tli:m the onlluary kind and cannot be wild in
compi-Uoii ultlillioimi'tltiiclcs of low test short
llit :ilmn or phosphate poudors. Sold only
Hi cms. KOYAI. ISA KINK IOWI)EKCO.
lno Wall strwt. :. Y. ;lty.
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rub'ivlu il ii'i I lidaj incinliip Iioiii the offir
in tin Moon I'dork, !! d I'lmid. Nidi.
I'u rm Iioaiin.
Intcrot from ( to 10 per cent.
Time from 1 to 7 years. Call and
investigate. G. W. Baiikkk.
ftatherrd Up by :iiler lfrport-r In
And About thr :ily and :unt)'.
Hulk oysters at .Joe Ilerburger'.s.
Yarn, Yarns, at Mrs. Newhou.sc'o.
Hoods and toboggans at Mrs. New
house's. Gus Lautcrbaclt was in the city
Kxtra select oysters at City IJakcry
served in every style:
There was a a musicalc at Mrs Bel
lows on Saturday evening.
For farm loans see K. K. Stowe,
office over Deyo's drug store.
The Chautauqua circle met at Mrs.
K. Skccn's Monday evening.
There wag a tea party at Prof.
Curran's on Saturday evening.
A nephew of District Clerk Fort's
1in the city this week from Beatrice.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold a service
at, the Methodist chapel Sunday at
Jim. Pickering, formerly operator
at the depot was viewing the metrop
Mufflers in over one hundred
styles from 2.ric a piece to $4, at the
F. A. Swcezy, judge of the county
ourt went to Denver Monday on a
little business jaunt.
Our rates on farm loans and option
of payment will suit jou. Office over
Deyo's drug store. R. K. Stowe.
The Bed Cloud Democrat, by Jeff
Ward is on our table. It is a spright
ly paper and TliE Chief wishes it
Married, by Bcv. Falkenburg at
the Methodist parsonage, Dec 12, Mr.
Geo. Barton and Miss Ida Serl, all of
Overcoats or suits if you arc look
ing for either you can save 25 per
cent on the dollar by going to C.
Wiener's Golden Eagle.
I can make you farm loans quieter
and with less trouble to yourself, than
through any other agency. Office
over Deyo's drug store. U.K. Stowe.
The only failing we may mention
of Dr. P. Janss, is that he can't cure
every ailment but whenever he meets
such cases he is honest and frank
enough to admit his inability.
On last Friday night was the bi
weekly school entertainment. As
usual it was successful all through
and was attended by more people than
could occupy the great audience
Regular services next Sunday con
ducted by the pastor, in the 31. E.
church. 3Iorning services at 19:30.
Subject, Is there a Heaven, or The
survival of the fitest" Evening
services at 7 p. m.
Mrs. S. T. Yan Hern, who was
brought to Red Cloud last week from
Orleans died on Thursday and was
buried Friday. It was a sad death
and The Cuief extends its sympathy
to the bereaved husband and mourn
in" friends in the hour of affliction.
Ttrnnv YanDke, the 15 vcai old
son of Mr. VanDyke of Line town
ship, met with a bad accident the
other day. He was standing about thir
ty teet from the wagon where the boys
bad been chopping wood. He wasted
an ax and one of the men threw it
unobserved by him, the blade striking
him on the head and cutting an ugly
though not serious wound. He is get
ting along nicely however, altkeigh
tore heai fer Mae
J. F. Winters bas returned borne
Money to loan at a living rate of
interest by D. M. Piatt
Look Here. Only one more week at
cost at Markell & Son.
Novel jackets and jerseys for Men's
wear at C. Wiener.
Deyo's prices on holiday goods are
lower than any one.
A fine line of fancy bankets just .
arrived at Cotting's.
Men's fine suits worth $25 for $18
and $20 at the Golden Eagle.
A good eafe for Hale. Call on Sill
& Stowe, over city drug store.
If you want holiday gods you will
save money by buying of Deyo.
Palmer's Frangipanni the beet per
fumes made in the world at Deyo's.
Eleven pupita from Superior were
the guests of the Red Cloud schools
Frank Sleeper's little baby has
been quite sick foi a few days, but id
The Chief is now comfortably
situated in it new quarters tight
across from the Moon block.
C. L. Funck received a thorough
bred P tlaud China pig from Iowa
this week. Mr. Funck believed in
liuvmg the finest stock when ho buys.
A good idea.
The firm of Park es Bros., probably
the oldest firm in Bed Cloud, have
dissolved partnership, John Parkcs
withdrawing from the firm and Win.
Parkcs continuing the business.
Jake Nye has taker, a job of sweep
ing Webster street and 4th Avenue.
It is a good scheme and should be
kept up. If there is anything that
makes a city look nice it is nice clean
J. J. Duckcr contemplates moving
his dry goods store to the room lately
occupied by the post office. This
will be an excellent situation for our
enterprising friend. It is one of the
best in the city.
Richard Barrett, the aged fattier of
our Kansas friend, Wm. Barrett, of
East Canton, England, 77 years old,
died a few days ago. The sad intelli
gence was conveyed to Mr. Barrett
by mail. Mr. Barrett has the sym
pathy of his many friends in this vi
cinity. For dressmaking call on Mrs. Mal
pocr in W. Houghton's
old tailor stand. Artistic dress and
coat making done in all its branches.
Evening, dinner and street costumes
and tailor made suits, also cutting
fitting and designing without making
Patterns cut to measure.
"In purching a turkey," says Ta
hie Talk'choose a fat hen not weigh
ing over thirteen pounds."Tbo tnrkcy
should roast at least three hours in au
oven, hot for the first hour moderate
for the remaining two. The turkey
should bn basted with its own fat
every fifteen minutes while roasting;a
tcasponful of salt should be added at
the end of the first hour and the tur
key should be well dusted with pep
per." The following is a little girls essay
on a cow: "A cow is an animal with
four legs on the under side. The tail
isO longer than the legs but is
not used to stand on. The cow has
cars that wriggles on hinges, so docs
her tail. The cow is bigger than the
calf, but is not so big as the elephant
She is made so smill tbat she can go
into the barn when nobody is looking.
Some cows are black and sosc hook.
A dog was once tossed. She tossed
the dog tbat killed the cat tbat wor
ried the rat Black cows give white
milk; so do other cows. Milkmea
sell milk to buy their little girls
dresse s, which tbey put water ia and
chalk. Cows chew cuds, and each
finds its own chew. That's all there
is about a cow.
" Do figures lie? Let us see. Two
women had thirty chickens each,
which they took to market Tbey
aggreed to divide equally tho pro
ceeds of this sale. One sold her chick
ens two for $1, getting for her thirty
chickens $15. The other sold hers
three for $1, getting for ber thirty
chickens $10. This made $25 realiz
ed on the sixty chickens. The mer
chant called on to divide the money
said:" You sold your thirty chickens
two for $1, and you sold yours thirty
three for $l.Thatmakes sixty chick
ens at the rate of five for $2. Well,
five into sixty goes twelve times
twice twelve is twenty four. That
makes $24 your chickens brought"
But, as shown above, tie women
actually bad $25 ia their pockets, and
were rightfully eatUIed to it, although
seemingly the Bjafcbsit's figures are
correct Caa aj ptptf of the sahool
tell s wherein they are wrong? Ex.
At Markell 8o',We4May and
TkwmniayPecBber 19 aa 20 of die
faew aUc ef Jewelry ever Wtvgkl te
RfV. Sbirej is in York this week.
This is exceedingly fine weather.
JYfl. Ihh. .!.. c..,,U.
Wagons and sleds for the boys at F I
V. Taylor's. j
Rocking chairs in endless variety -t (
F. V. Taylor's.
A little boot black was sent to re
form school thin week.
Doll cradels and carnages
for the '
girls at F. V. Taylor'b.
The largest lino of juvenile
is to be found at DcyV.
Mrs. Holcomb has returned
from her visit to Indiana.
Next week will bean extraordinary
brifk one for holid.iv trade.
N. W. Flaisig ha.H left Rod Cloud
and moved to Kansas City,
Hobby Horses and Shoo Fly's for
the small folks at F. V. Taylor's.
Buy your wife a White sewing ma
chine for a present at F. V. Taylor.
Fresh ovfeiera received three times
per week at E. Welsch's, Dickerson's f
Deyo is overstocked on albums and
you can buy cheaper of him than any
'1 he Congregational church give a
social and fair tonight at the Y. 31.
C. A. hall.
Always in the lead in sire of stock
as in lowest prices for the bet goodn
is the motto of C. Wiener.
I have one Queen organ which I
will sell at cost for a present.
F. V. Taylor
Great bargains in Toys, Christmas
gifts, yams, Dress goods, etc. at Mrs.
Grand Chancellor Lane will visit
Calauthe Lodge K. P. tonight in
What's the matter with a tine par
lor suit for an Xmas present. F. V.
Taylor has them.
See the nice lounges I have and
they will make an elegant Xmas pres
ent. F. V. Taylor.
G. R. Chancy has moved his law
office into the room lately occupied
by N, W. Flaisig. It is a nice one.
Mis3 Mollic Cook entertained her
friends with a tea party at Mr. M.
B. Bentlcy's residence on Thursday
As soon as tho engine is placed in
position, we understand the electric
lights (incandescent) will he ready to
Remember the opening at Markell
&Son. There will he a $40,000
display of Diamonds, Watches. Jew
The Christmas trade of our mer
chants is much in excess of last year.
We are glad to note the revival of
Don't waste your money foolishly
but buy a useful Xmas present for
your wife, mother sister or best girl,
F. V. Taylor has them . -
The F. & 31. bank building is fast
approaching completion. The con
tractors will have to hurry up in or
der to ''get in out of the wet."
3Irs A. O. Berg left Thursday
morning for an extended visit in
Lansing, Iowa, after which she will
go to Illinois on a visit. Andy al
ready looks sick.
Stein Jones, an old time friend of
The Chief was in the city this week.
He was figuring to get the Cowlcs
Herald. He would make a live paper
of it if he had succeeded.
Young's C. O. D. laperiua ia
building up quite s tiftaati far
bargains aid people are flocking
there daily to secure first choice as
new goods arrive every day.
Our wholesale bouse one of the
largest in Chicago will have their
travelling man here December 19 and
20. with a $40,000 display of goods.
Call and see the display whether you
want to buy or not
New arrivals at Young's C. O. D.
Emporium, dress goods, fancy silk
velvets, shawls, ladies and Misses
hose and notions. The above arc bar
gains picked up by our New York
buyer and the best values received
yet. Come in and see them before
tbey are gone.
Santa Clans bas taken up his head
quarters at the Fair, with a largo as
sortment of Christmas goods at prices
to suit the times.
Dr. P. Janss is no stranger but an
old aad rssponaiWe r ia t el No
fcratka He kw beta at Gnat Is
land for the last 12 yean, that is the
place to get your information in re
gard to his responsibility as a physi
cian. .B9ai aim in nn vioua at
the Hellaad Ilaase, Saturday, Deeea
m Chhf mc- Taien A
Change of Base.
LOCATED ofpositk jioos
To our friends arid patrons you will
take notice that The Cllir.Kha-. found
it necessar" to move
more commodious quarters and con
sequently can now h found Imjwn
riTAllis, just opposite J
. .J. UncLer .
i building, where we shall be glad to
see all of our frWid? and patron-.
Don't furfci-t the place, rast side U'eb-.-tfr
atrert. otloite Moon block.
U'b) Cun'l ftrd Cluutt ;-! Tilt re.
From the itivcrtoji paper we oe
I that the woolen mills of that place are
going to pull up and move. Now,
there is a chance lor lied Cloud and
we would advise o ir citizens to jump
on to that enterprise with both feet as
h -s one of ;:reat ln0IIieilt to tin: in
tcrcsts of this citv if we can only get
it to locate here. Wake up gentle
men. and see about it at once.
"What Foul Wr .Gloria l Hi- "
On Saturday morning while the
average brave of Bed Cloud pulled on
his trowser, svallowci his morning
rcpat and if paired to thecoinmcccial
et'ntre of the city in quest of Uncle
Sam's headquarters, for the purpose
of pcru.Miig some swnet scented odori
ferious missive fron- his best girl or
the morning papers, he was dum
fouuded to find that the s.tiih
'Uncle Sam" had folded his tent
like the Arab and silently stolen away
to other pastures greca, or something
like that but he'd be gol darned if
the thin; was where it used to be,
but upon inquiry it was learned that
Uucle Sam's deputy, A, S. Marsh our
worthy P. M. had moved the po.-t-office
to the Outhwaite building on
4th avenue, decidedly the bet and
most centrally locate 1 position for the
post office in the city. There was
scarcely an early riser but what
went marching down to the old place
for the mail never discovering that
uit was not where it used to be" un
til he had gone to the icar end of the
building. It is a good move and
should be appreciated by the general
Bl'NTLF.S .Ht7T C.
In the early days of Methodism it
was the custom in church for saint
and sinner to humbly kneel during
prayers, and in those days it was con
sidered wicked and worldly for a sister
to dress except in the plainest manner
Feathers, sealskin sacqucs and jewelry
were an abomination, and there was
not much hope that a woman dressed
in the fashions of the day wou'd ever
even get within sight of the pearly
pates. But what a change has come
of late years; the si.-tcr dre in the
highth of fashion, the brothers port
Sold watch chain.-, diamond shirt
studs and other jewelry, and even the
ministers in the pulpit look as though
they had just stepped out of the fash
ion plates of some elaborate merchant
tailoring establishment. Well Tiik
Ciukf is not going to quarrel or cavil
about the change, for we believe well
tlresscu men ami women can enjoy re
ligion as well as the good old Chris
tians of homespun days, and it i a
pleasure to go to church and sec such
congregations. But a great change
has come into the form of worship,
the humble position -f kneeling in
prayer has been abandoned, and both
saint and sinner now sit bolt upright,
and while the minister is interceding
in their bchall ootn men anu women
are gazing around taking an inventory
of each other's dress and appearance.
This fact worried one of our eminent
divines living not more than a thous
and miles from this city, and recently
he saw fit to rebuke the members for
not kneeling in prayer, as they used
to do, and deplored the evil days into
which 3Icthodism had fallen. He in
sisted that at least in the social pray
er meeticg every devout worshipper
should get down to business and pray
in the gcod old fashioned way. He
thought perhaps the architectural con
struction of the pews ought have a
little to do with it, and made that at
an excuse in general service, but
thought that at prayer meetings the
members ought to conform to the old
usages and kneel. A lady on the
wav home was discussing the words
of reoroof of the castor, and inczest-
M iht instead of blamine t!e con-
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whv the sisters did not kneel in prmv-
eratthe Sunday services he aight
ore appropriately huv attributed it
tatha archiu-Jtaral coastxactkMi ,f
the bastlea the, wore. The baatlea1
' Me rrt n amp T&f nra niftct m-A
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- J knees
imeiuea 01 genng iuc prauruu on
; See those fine bed room salts at F.
T iir rrlcad and r I txr.
After Sanuarrl, I?-9 the -scription
price of The Chief w.'l
probably be pat back to $1 50 per j
annum, mteau o! ?l, a uaa len cr
price for the U."t two years. Oei
dollar is too low for ubcnptiou to a
country newspaper the Ate of Tut;
j Chief, and cannot be rati without
Iosj. We have decided however, to
till give our subsciibe: a chance to
renew at 1.00, if the .iatf i paMa
by .January 1, lrvt, after that lxta
wr -hall t;o back to the ld jjritt J
il 50 per ear. Ceme nub: m if Tu
want to get the papar at oaedclbr far
the ensuing year. If back nbrip
ttn U not paid by .January 1, 1SSS,
we -hull collect 1.."0 per jear frt!J
sub-criptiou that remain unpaid at
that time. A. C. Ho?:KX.
Winter- ha ovinia ! the;
ertciwiu of a nr barn.
TheOake.- Coined? sketch Cleb
will appear at th opera hou-c Mon
day night, Drcembcr 17, at which
time they will dispense to the theatre
goers of Bed Cloud a program con
sisting of mu.-ic, mirth and mtmiey.
The company i.- composed of the be-t
taleut in the profe-sion and those
who attend will jms-.i plea-ant even
ing. The Waukesha. Wis., l're- says ;
It has a most select, amusing and de
lightful entertainment. The com
pany is entirely composed of legiti
mate and talented srti.-t-.
The Winterset, Iowa, Pre-.-, say.- :
This tiptop company paid their first
vi-it to our city Tuesday. Each one
of the company did Mich noble work
that it seem- out of plicc to -peak of
one and not of the rot.
Go to Earnc.-t iVclch'.i for frcih
bulk or can oyster.
Why pay J.'i for an over coat that
Berg A: Galu.ha .-ell f.r i'.'.-Q".
We hate been moiug tliia week
and consequently our new is slight
C. Wiener will tell you the best
shoe or boot for lea money thnn any j
house in the county.
Fred Barber who recently loll from
a scaffold while working on Mr.
Finketibinders barn is slowly recover
ing. The Ciller is pleased to note
his ultimate recovery.
Berg & Galusha will sell you a suit
of underwear $1.00 less than any one
asks for same quality
The farmers eating house is the
place to get a fine lunvh or a warm
meal. Earnest Welch Prop.
Taylor's is the place to purchase!
furniture. He keeps only the best
goods and sells o lew that all can
Just bear in mind this one little
item that Berg & Galusha have a bct-
tcr assortment of neck scarfs than
When in Bed Cloud call at the
furniture store of F. V. Taylor, oppo
site the po.it office, ami pick you out
a line kitchen or parlor suit.
Gloves lined cr unlined that other
ask you $1 .00, $1 .L $1 ..0 for. We
seiiVor$rc, ji.oo, $i. :.
BfBG & G.MHA.
Do not fail to consult Dr. Jan",
the celebrated German specialist, late
of Berlin, will be inBcu Cloud, at
the Holland House, on Saturday.
Consultation with Dr. 1'. J.m?S
president of the Nebraska stjtc Medi
cal fc Surgical institute i.- free, at
Holland I If use Saturday. December,
The highest market prie paid for
butter and eggs, live turkeys and
chickens at the Western fc Southern
Mercantile Association. Bed Cloud.
The great slaughtering sale is t-ill
going on- Tiles of goods are sold. at
an onarmous reduction at the Western
it Southern Mercantile .?-ociat:n.
Ladies rubber boots at $1.50 per
pair, alo wool lined shoes and lip
pers in great variety at Wiener's.
Mrs. M. E. Huffman announces that
she is prepared to weave carpets of
all classea. Leave order? with C.
Schaffnit, at Hason's old stand tf
Special rates civen on H-inos and :
organs antilJan. 1st. Tiano sold for
cash or on monthly payment cotiac
le5 than $1 per day. Onr-ms sold at
rate to suit customers.
Sada J. Sah.kv, Act.
P. Jacs of the Nebraska Sute ) partnership htrtust
cal and Surgical InstituU docsftwccn j0'ta c. px
mot penena to oe a care au w.paric3. neder the 3.- nasc 0
eUi8 to fcaTC b"r "CCC5 - tfce
gl aracticioncr i
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in chronic di-
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While out looking !r ur ( "hnscmrts Present-
Call and sec the numlxrr ot Klegant and
Useful presents displayed by us.
Over 200 Stales of Mufflers
Silk Handkerchief, . -
Linen Hemstitched HandkerchieU
Fine Seal Ski n and Plush Caps,
,.'-& our usual
Red Cloud and Wymore.
We have just received a line, hue of Geiu's and
Ladies Silk Muffler Silk, Linen and
To) I Iandkcrchiefs,
All shades and qualities of Yarns
Honit'-inadf Hoods and Tefooitn.. Wohaw a n'n'e Hue of
Hair Ornament!. Tiiiinu Rti htng. Miilenf, HUry.
Drerft (Jood- with WlvH as d Gimp Triiwnmip fa
ifiatuh. I heat bargain.- m Toy . All to In
Hold at !!' vtT iii"ft I'fuiv.
New line f fc'Vrr pot- . l"X
decorution and tftUonrr j't r 'v-
cd at Hcnrv Cool t.
The .Mothers Fticnd" fcay' !
ncl shirt waist. No hUjM 10 w
on. At the Gotew Kairl.
Giovci and aiittca u all pvie at
tho Golden Kagle
Don i lt prjti4iee kp fa tt
consulting the clha4 Owdba
specialiit in Bed Chwrf at H1
land Hoane Sitcrday Deihar 15ili.
If you ar af2icted with a efcrwie
discaic. Yoar pbyjician iiMttlM ae
to inquire boat him. wnta 10 ay r
sponsible party u. Gran liUa-etri
he has been for tJve ys 11 w
a graduate of thrc l4i; e!!
and through ht cceff) a4 iarf
practice baa becooc da f Gra4
Ulaods largest prcperty ho6cit.
Bf Motvr4 rartaenbip.
Notice is hereby gives that the c-
hertteforc cxhtisg tc-
rkej and Wtllixsa
Prkc Bro'. lh dJ&UcZ iy
If vob coat S4 "ihit jw.iSt
a' "jafaerc U a fcJ & to
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Silk and Shtin. Saspenders,
Suits and Overcoats,
Mens Suits and Overcoat,
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