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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1898)
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A present for each and every one can
be selected to good advantage
from our large stock.
Table Cloth and Napkin Set,
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Novelties in Silverware,
Novelties in Chinaware,
MANY OTHER ARTICLES.
Our recent purchasing trip to market
enables us to show you the largest
and best selected stock of gcods
in the city. Quality and value
giving prices result in business
that far surpasses our expecta
tions, and has enabled us to more
than double our business.
G-reen price tags for Annual Christ
mas Clearing Sale mean extra
values. You will find them all
over the store next week.
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. DEC. 2. 1898.
MOIti: OR LKS8 PERSONAL.
If HimI UIoii I was iih well ndvoillscd
in n comtni'tvitil mid btislnoss way us
L is for ti tow n of scandal tt would bo
woll known tin inghoiit Mm statu
A man iu Uml LI .inl in tudei rot to
coino tuitlur tin i in of eeittiiii gossips
should advurti.-u U the I'lty p.tpois for
a certain pi-ilni ih tt !i" i going to
Icafo town, giM nu iviiuii-) for to.
doing, have tiiu uiajoi ui lUu ukj to
which ho Is going kuop him wider stir
vcillauco ami iniiku nllldnvlt tlmt ho
litis conducted himself properly mid
elill the gossips will givo him u hurd
A strictly liijh class entertainment is
guurjutocd til tho Opera Houso, Do
cumber Oil), Uey wood, tho priuco of
comedians, Miss Drcsohor the premier
viollnest, Mr. HaioldDoBray tho sweet
ballad singer, Miss Elsie Rcimor pian
ist pur excellence hi a now program of
clean, wholesome mirth, comedy and
musio. Reserved seats 50c, general
udmlssion 85c. Seats on sale at Urico's
drug store December Cth at 0 n. in.
An article in this paper last wock
stating that no losses weto reported
from the blizzard seems to have boon a
littlo preinrturo from reports heard on
our streets last Saturday. Almost uv.
eryono seems to have met with a loss of
some kind through tho storm, oithorof
hogs, poultry or cattle, uudsomoaio
reported ns losing as high as sixty
head of hogs, not ftom freezing, but
from piling up ai.d smothering, A.3"w
gouoial thiug the farmers woro uapro
pared for so severe a a Aim, houue tho
Why don't somo ibvontlvo genius
rig up a snow plow suitable for clean
ing sidewalks. This is something that
could 'bo rigged up with littlo expense,
and ono man with the assistance of a
hoiso could make u good thing out of
it by cleauing tho walks.over tho city
both iu the business and lesidouce por
tions, after each snow storm. There
tiro very fow business men or citizens
but what would sooner pay a small
sum to have their walks cleared than to
have to got out and shovel it off them
selves, and especially so if the ther
mometer stands about the zero mark.
Prof. Kuowles and wife, hypnotists,
with their assistants have held the
boards at the opoia houso siuco Wed
nesday and the attendance nightly has
been phenomenal. They have fully
satisfied tho public that they make no
claims in thoir art which they cannot
successfully carry out. Most of tho
situations in which tho subjects were
placed were comical to tho extromo
and promoted much aieiriment. While
tho hypnotic power may bo all right in
tbe possession of honest poopio for tho
purposo of entertainment it looks us
if it could bo usod as a powerful weapon
by tho unscrupulous. Entortainmonts
will bo given throughout the week.
Another lodgo was added to tho Rod
Oloud list of fraternal orders last;Tues
day night by tho installation of a coun
cil of tho Fraternal Aid Association at
tho I. O. O. F. hall, Tho entire charter
list of over forty members was balloted
upon and duly elected, C. D. Irvino,
assistant organizer of tho association,
and who organized tho lodgo, willio
main in the city in tho Interests of tho
council during December to materially
inci ease its membership. The officers
elected and installed wero as follows.
Fast FrtsidentAnim Tulleys.
President L. M. Crabili,
'Vice President Mary E. Palmer.
Secretary Mary K. Mitchell.
Troainrer Maggio D, Hifo.
Guido Laura L. Boyd. N
Chaplain-E. W. Boas.
Observer Theo. A. Huff,
Sentinel A. 11. Kaloy.
Trustees W. E. Rife, S. P. .Vox, A.
Very few arolawaro of tho origin of
tho word "deadhead," which is so fre
quently used in connection with tho
theatiical representations. It is as fol
lows: Many yoaia ago tho principal
avenue of a towi) pusrihI close to (he
ontranceuf a until lniilinp to tlieccnio
tery. As this cemetery had been laid
Royal inakca tho lood pure,
wholesome and dellcloui.
oti iakino rowDta co.. ti vork.
out some timo previous to tho construe
tlon of the road, It was allowed that nil
funoral'processlons should bo allowed
to paifl"along tho latter frco of toll. Ono
day, as a woll known physician who
was driving along tho road stopped to
pay his toll, ho obsorved to tho keoper :
"Considering the benevolont character
of our profession I think you ought to
lot us pass frco of charge." "No, no,
doctqr,"said tho gatekeeper, "wo can't
afford that, you send too many dead
heads through as lt is." Tho story
traveled around tho country, and tho
word "deadhead" was eventually ap
plied to those who obtained frco admis
sion to thojthpatio. Ex.
Ai sooq as an attraction is booked
at tbb opera house It is tho customary
question for tho public to ask: "How
many nro thoro in tho company?" Tho
question that should bo asked is: "Who
are tho aotois or artists, and aio thoy
go?d?" It only requires n inuinont's
leflcction to. realize that no nmtuccr
can carry a company of ten, lifteeu or
twenty artists and have them till lit st
ulass, for good artists not only tlutnand
a largo salary but iustat on Its being
paid. Mr. Hey wood bollovos that tho
general publiu prefer to sec six or
eight first cla"? city artists to a whplo
stage full of "burnstoi mors" und has
surrounded himself with artists as lino
in thoir.respectlvo linos as Hey wood is
in his. Tho result is a porformanco
that from riso to fall of curtain is foil
of pure fresh fun, popular music, on
tertainlng specialties and beautiful
women. This atti action is to appear
hero on tho evening of DoeomborOth,
1808, at the opera house.
All our farmer readers should tak
advantage of tho unprecedented dab
bing offer wo this year make,
which includes, with this paper, The
Iowa Homestead, its Special Farmers
Institute editions, Tho Poultry Farmer,
Tho Farmor's'Mutunl Insurance Jour
nal und the Humano AUIonco. Tbo
subscription prico bfthoso live publi
cations amounts to 12.80, whilo our
paper is 91, a total of $3.80. Wo nre
prepared to send thorn all, includhg
our own paper, to any farmer in
tills county for 81.45, which is only 45a
rooro than our own subscription prico.
Never boforo was so much superior
reading matter, of the most practical
and useful character offered for only
$1.45. Tho first four of tho papors
named are so well known throughout
tbo west that but littlo need be said of
them. Thoy commend themselves to
tho readers favorablo attention upon
mero mention. Tho Humano Allianco
is devoted to humano education and
should be iu every farmer's family, fcO
that tho boys and girls on tho farm may
early imbiba tho principles of a broad
humanity that shall include all God's
creatures, and learn the wiokednoss
and brutalizing tendency of oruolty of
all kinds. Take advantage of this
Ono of our subscribers writes' end,
wants us to tell him Why his hons dont
Jay eggs. Now, wo may bo ablo to run
a first class country newspaper which
tho herald of tbo doings of a noisy
world, the folded multiplo of thought,
tho haply record of tho world's affairs,
tht moulder of publio opinion, men's
daily doings in ink, tho richest treasure
of tho nrt prtspi vatlye of arts, tho
archluicdium lever that moves the unl-
Great Bargains in
Hiss Hadell's IWillinepy Store
in the Moon Bloolt.
THE ENTIRE BTOOK OF, THE
WILL BE SOLD
UMEAitD OF ItOW PRICES,
Together with a large shipment of CHRISTMAS GOODS. ,
Do not fail to see those great bargains "bolbre you&ti&v
t r Ji j... ..LI? it1
Duy your uuriHDuiaH proBeum., - v (
'. rt , mHtbMw.&im.
will savo money and
fi'ionrlu tnt wn nnn
in this city. It will pay you to come and see ouiautxt-
iul assortment'Oi' t!i - Ct
Pictures, Imported China
and our large
Whethor you wish to
Every "body welcome.
Verso, all this, but wo must confess our
knowledge of tho subject to be consid
ered is somewhat limited. In fact our
knowledgo of poultry Is limited to tbe
cooked article which wo have always
found tho easiest to dispose of. Wo
have nover taken tho timo or trouble
to dissect ono of the aforesaid fowls to
discovor tbo Inward canso of tho pro
duction of egg and thoir non-prod no
tion, and as our poultry editor Is off on
a tour, wo cannot toll you why your
bens don't lav, However It' you will
bring some of them down 'Wo will as
sist you to dissect thorn' and boo if tho
cauBO of tho trouble can bo found, and
wo will guarantee that after the dis
section your hens will lay still.
P. S. Sinco writing tho above our
dovil has added tho valuable informa
tion that if you run them up and down
hill until they nro tired thoy will lay
down. Eomoval Notice.
Tho office of tho Co-Oporalvo Pre
mium Association has boon removed to
Miss Hadell's millinery storo in tho
Moon block whoro in future all stamps
will be redeemed.
In addition to the goods already on
hand a large shipment of olegantOhrist
mas goods has just been received and
tbo entiro stock is for salo for cash as
well as stamps, and any porspn not
having sufficient stamps to gel the ar
ticle of thoir choice can pay tho differ
ence in cash.
Coino early; and solect your Christ
mas presents, Uargains In everything,
OoOl-EKATlVE PliKUIUX A8SOCITION,
Now located In Miss Hadell's milli
nery stoie, Moon blook.
Educate Tour Iloweta With Caacarata.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation (oro?er.
FOR CASH AT
tloase vour relatives -ahtL'
ooll ttyii rvnnfla fVo'W '- Afcid
JV oww, v.-.,
and Crockepy Ware , ;
stock of the
purchase or not.
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Liver Complaint and Hervouan -
A torp'd liver always produces dull
noss, irritability, eto. You aro all
clogged up and feel despondent. Per-
baps you havo treated with physicians
or tried Bomo other recommended mod ,
Iclno without benefit. All that is no
argumont against "Dr. Fonnor'e Blood,
and Liver Remedy and Nervo Tonic",''
which wo insist will euro ncrvousnes
and liver complaints. If not satisfied1"
after using one botto your money will
be refunded by C. L. Cotting.
Many a household is saddened by
death because of tho failure to keep on
hand a safe and abjolutely certain cure
for croup such as Ono MInuto Cough
Curo. Seo that your littlo ones are pro- "
tooted against emergency 0,' L. Cot
ting. A cough is not tike a fever, It does
not have to run u certain course. Cure "
It quickly and effectually with One
Minuto Cough Cure, the best remedy
for all ages and for tho most stvero
cases. Wo recommend It becauso it's
good. C. L. Cotting.
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