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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1892)
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We are going to sell out all our winter goods Slick and Clean. This will -be, aiQpuortunity to
.xx. x.fvy w"5 iu.uiivi;u in j iaiu figures.
Special Mark Down
Black Dress Goods !
$1.50 Silk Warp Hen
rietta reduced to $1.15
1 .25 grade reduced to
$1 per yard,
i dollar grade reduced
: yto 75c per yard
All our silk finish Ger
man Henrietta 46 in
wide 'reduced to 82 c
per yd, former price
85 and 90c grade re
duced to 75cf
60, and 65c grade re
duced to 50c
36 in. Henrietta spec
ial price only 25c pryd
Our object in making this sale is to close out all our Winter Goods, so that we can have the money to
to put into Spring Goods. The above Prices will be for this sale and as the winter i only about
half over, this will be a splendid chance for those who have goods to buy.
Ducker's Cash Dry Goods House.
Friday, Bee 30, !
To our nt rone mid Friendu,
Greeting: Before another issue of
The Chief shall reach tho pcacoful
home! of its, many readers, tho Old
Year.ahall have bocn called to its tic
counting, and filed away in tho ar
chives of the great universo of God,
there to be kept as security as the
signet of the King of Kings is kept.
Dear old year, wq take our lcavo
of thoe not without a feeling akin to
aadnesd: Thou hast dealt with us
kindly,'-lovingly, far beyond our do
sorts, hast kept us from the hands of
I ho destroyer of our earthly hopes,
and crowned us with richest blessings
every hour. Tis true that, during thy
reign,' soulo things fell, out to us along
thu lipp not wholly eajoyablc, such for
instance as landslides in certain see
tions of our beloved country and so
fourth, adfinituni. But briefly do we
turn the leaves one by ono of the dear
old year, and scan its pages to ascer
tain whether we have made glad tho
hearts of our patrons through tho
' columns of this Family Weekly.
Thanks to tho dear old yoar whose
chief clerk with precision and neatneris
recorded the fact of our abundant suc
cess in bur brief labor and concern in
that direction,1 But to permit a rcsurao
of all' i'e Editor wrote with his swift
ly gliding quill during the twelve
monthi'gone would be a task impossi
ble. We turn us now tto look with
viiori,kcoq'upon tho new form as it
como, first like , a mist, thon plainer
grows and moro perfect, shapo assumcc.
O, ring'' tho bells, in joyful; happy
mots, 'aid hail tho New Ynr as it
came! Wo greet tlicc, and call thoe
fricodJ" Will thou deal with us as
kindly as our dear departing friend?
We kn'othnu wilh But, ah mo, while
we sit in our little Sanctum and try to
fathom the hidden mysteries of the
New Yeaiw'o almost shrink from the
task before.. A mist gathers be
fore our eyes', our pen's voice is faint
a it still glides over the fair, whito
sheet before 'u3, 'making low. soft
muito as itlpeeds along. But let us
not anticipate, but rather turn our
thought toward tht Now Year with all
its noisibilitiel all its grand achieve
36 in Plaid Flannels
In fact every tiling in our
Dress Goods stock will
be Marked Down
This will bo splendid chance
to buy a
Special price on 5 foot
Smyrna Rugs only $3
of Best Standard Cali
co, special price only 5c
former prices 7 and 8c
incuts for not only thu lonely
editor as lie sits with bated
breath and tries to scan tho
future ground but seen in dim outline,
wliilo come the oft repeated "Moro
copy" from irrovcront lips, lips of our
indispcnsiblc, yet ever annoying
devil who just off his weekly jamborco
makes pi of forms, and raises Hades
goncrally. Wo pause, we groan, we
drop a silent tear, and wonder if all
editors nave troubles halt so severe.
But after all, tis pleasant thus to live
and work, and think of glory passed,
and hope for futuro blessings still.
Tho legislature should not fail to
return Senator Paddock to the U. S.
Senate. The republicans of that
body should remember that Senator
Paddock has been ono of tho most ar
dent workers in the senate and if thoy
fail to do justice to one of tho state's
greatest men. thoy must look out for
tho condemnation .that will surely fall
upon their heads. Ho has worked
long and earnestly for bis party, and
devotedly turned his every effort to
wards tho pcoplo of tho state in order
to better their condition, and to leave
him out now would bo to injure the
interests of tho state and jeopardise
the party, Thcro aro hostH of good
men in tho stato who could fill tho po
sition, and who have been allied with
tho party, but Senator Paddook is pre
eminently better qualified than any
who have been mentioned to date.
The Stato Journal is haying a "Lit
tle Homestead" exporionco this week
with its compositors. On Saturday
niht the boys decided that they had
agriovanco and wont out, leaving tho
Journal, ns they supposed, in the
soup, but Mr. Hathaway mid two or
three of tho men who refused to abido
by thu chapel meeting, got out the
JouniHl in fair shape, It will bo
another eace, where a few hot headed
fellows j'lit up a Rtriko mid lost tlioir
jobs, instond of resorting to arbitra
tion. Kvory person is in favor of tho
laboring man, but generally strikes
result in just tho very thing that the
striUr doesn't want, Instead of let
t'ug well enough alone, a few iollows
will provoke a strike, carry out tho
forco with tliciu, and the whole affair
winds up with new men taking their
On Plushes for trim
mings only 25c pr yd.
300 yds Apron check
Ginghams, good quali
ty only 5c pr yd
300 yards Trilled crash
onlyfc3c pr yd
Basket Flannel former
price 18c reduced to
Bargains in Fascina
tors at 25, 50c and 75c
We have piles of them
place, when a moderate courso would
briny about the desired end far better
and save much suffering. If the
Journal is not paying fair wages it
ouilit to do so, but strikes do moro
injury than good, for oft-times it takes
away men's employment who havo
others depending on them for a living
and cannot afford to leso their situa
tions. Tho lcgislaturo meets next week,
and tho people will oxpcot them to do
much better than did its predecessor,
which was tho most extravagant legis
lature ever known.
Senator Poller, generally known
among hi- colleagues in Washington,
by the cuphoneous title of "whiskers"
lias declared that the populists will
take no cognizauccof cither old parly,
whenever and wherever they can clou"
a senator af their own stripe, but
when thoy cannot do so, thoy will do
the best tlicy can in making a deal
from whatsoovcr party favorable.
Tlic incoming legislature should
pass a law enacting a "bureau of emi
gration." The stato has novor been
properly advertised and suoh a bureau
would do much towards getting our
stato a proper recognition in other
Tho Hon W. J'). Andrews, State
candidate for congress, in this district;
has been nppontcd minster to San
Salvador, at a salary of $3000 per
year. Tub Chief congratulate Mr.
Andrews on his appointment, knowing
that ho is fully iualified to fill tho
position. Noi'E-sinoo tho abovo was
put in type, Mr. Andrews had been
offered and accepted ollico of private
secretary of (iov Cruutibe.
(i. M. I'mphenuur of Kansas was a
caller this week,
Ono of tho B. & M's diners limned
at tho depot on Thursday.
Ilddio Knngh has born en the nick
INt, but is getting better.
W. L. Breeze, wifo and daughter,
of Kansas, aro guests of I). Jones.
Mis. A. L Funk of Lincoln in visit
ing her many friends in this city this
Coding does not offer you goods in
charity. Ho merely buys olost, sells
close, and wins your trade,
Miss Bradley, ono of tho toacliors
of tho Superior public schools is visit
inn with hor friend Mrs. O, B. Crone
Miss Pannio IJedicnt was married
this week to Bobt Graham of Lebanon,
Kansas. Tho young couplo havo our
all the balance of our
holiday goods at half
former price 15c and
18c now reduced to
on table linen at 25c
35, 45 and 50c pr yd
that are worth seeing.
Yarns former price 25
cents reduced to
19 c per skein
4 skeins to pound.
Published on behalf of Hood's
Sarsaparilla aro as rcliablo and as
worthy your confidence, as if they
camo from your best and most trusted
neighbor. Thoy stato only tho simple
facts in regard to what Hood's Sarpa
parilla has done, always within truth
Constipation, ami all troubles with
tho digestive organs and tho liver, are J
cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled
us a dinner pill.
People aro wishing each other the
compliments of tho season and ex
changing gifts, Did it over occur to
you to send an ailing friend a pack
ul'o of Aycr's Sarsaparilla.? If not'
do S3 now; and fry this medicine
younelf, it jou need a first-class blood
. : ..... .. -. .i
S. II. Clifford, New Cast el, Wis,,
nus troubled with Neuralgia and llbeu-riutti-.ni
his Stomach was disordered,
his Liver was aff.t.tvd to uu alarming
degree, oppotito fell away, and ho was
reduced in (losh and strength. Three
bottles oi Electric Bittors cured him.
Ldward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running soro on his leg of eight
years' standing. Used three bottles
of Electric Bitters and seven boxes
of Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo, and his
leg is sound and well. John Speaker,
Catawba,0., had five largo fever Bores
on his log, doctors said he was incur
able. One bottle Klcctrio Bittors and
ono box Bucklons Arnica Salvo cured
him entirely. Sold by 0. L, Cotting.
Can't Pull Out?
Bow on the Jas. Boss Filled
Watch Cases, made by the
Keystone Watch Case Com
.pany, Philadelphia. It pro
tects the Watch from the pick
pocket, and prevents it from
dropping. Can only lc had
with cases stamped 3mm.
with this trade mark. jjf
Sold, withotit extra charpe
for thia how (ring), through
Watch dealers only.
Ask your jeweler for pam
phlet, or send to makers.
All our ribbons mark
ed down regardless of
$5 shawls 4.25
$6 shawls for $5
all our $2 Lady shoes
reduced to $1.50 pair
Ladies camel hair Un
derwear 1.25 grade re
duced to $1
Bargains in all grades
of underwear that we
have not space to mention
DIEDERICH & COOK,
BOOTS and SHOES.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
They keep constantly on hand one of the largest and finest
lines of Boots and Shoes to lie had in the city.
They make a specialty of the Waverly School
Shoes for Children . See them before
making your purchases.
25 zs- for 25
Absolutely Pure JustTryIt.
Wednesday, Dec. 28, 18112. Mrs Sus
ana Abrnins, aficd 70 years. Shn was
tho mother of Mrs, James Amaek and
Mr. Henry O. Wolf of Gnrlield town
ship, Tho old ludy was born in Penn
sylvania and moved to Nebraska about
three years ago. Sho was a devoted
Christian and was much beloved by all.
She was burricdon Friday from the
Ash Greek church. Bcv 0. II. True
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The (itc8tion is fre(iion(ly asked,
"Why is Aycr's Uheiry Pectoral so
much innrc elTootivo than othur oiuigh
remedies?" The answer in, umply
hecauso it is iho most skilful foui
hination of anodynes and expectorants
known to medical Hcienrc.
rirat CIiinn IIourdliiK
Mr S. liaylcs wishes to announce to
tho public Unit bo is prepared to tako
boarders at $!l..rtO per week, slecninu
included Anjdy at Ith Avetiuo
foal, I'loiir mid I'eiMl.
Don't you forjet that L. Al
bright sells nioro coul, Hour or feed for
91 man any one, ceo mm
A. Merhart has just received a car
load of genuine baker barb wire, and
is selling it for $11.25 penl'10 pounds
nit!. otnnUo Ml
All our cloaks and jackets
Regardless of Cost
Comforts at 25c, 50c
and 75c that are bar
we have some bargains
in fine blankets that
should not be missed
$10 blankets reduced
to $7.75 per pair
$6 blankets reduced to
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& CO. KANSAS CITY. MO.
Notice to ioii-ltetident Defend
ant. A. II. Kalcy, 1'lttT.
Jolin Manoy ot al, Deft.
In tho district court of Webster county,
John Manoy, James W. Manoy anil
Micluul Maney, non-residont defendants
in ahovo jiamod causo, will take notice
that on tho 27th day of Docomber, 189',
tho plnintitf abovo nninod tiled liin peti
tion in tho district court of Webster
county, Nebraska, nRaiust said defend
ants impleaded with others, tho object
nnd prayor of which is to forecloso a cor
tain mortgage executed by defendant,
John Mnnoy, to plaintiff, upon tho south
half of thoBoutli-wast (juarter of section
liH, nnd the north half of thu north-west
luartor of section !J;i, nil in township 2,
ranjro 11, Webster county, Nebraska, to
Kocuro the paymtnt of his certain prom,
issory note for$."iOO, datrd Aug. 18, 1890,
and duo Sent. 1st, 181)1'. with interest at
8 per ront from date. There is now duo
on said note nnd mortgage tho mini of
8Arj.Y!i:i, for which sum, or tho amount
found to hoiluo on snUl note, tho plaintiff
prays judgment fur a decree Hint fluid
premises may bo sold tosatiHfy tho name,
and for such other1 and further relief as
may bo just and oquitnblo. You aro re
quired to nnswosveald petition on or be
foro tho Oth day of tfebrunry, 1803.
Dated, Hod Cloud, Neb., Doc. 27, lb'Ji'.
., ., . . A- H. Kai.hv,
Ily Kaloy &. Uarker, Attys. aU-lt
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