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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1897)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. DEC. 10. 1807.
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Prizes You Can Secure By Trading With Us
Quality of prizes strictly first class. Our prizes arc redeemable in coupons from 25c to $io.oo( They consist of Ladies ami
Children's Rockers in wood seat, cane seat' leather and upholstered seat, finished in antique oak, imitation mahogany, and fancy
colors. Ironing Boards, Wringers, Irons, Washing Machines, Banquet Lamps, Silverware in Tea Sets, Knives and Forks,
Spoons, Napkin Rings and many other useful articles.
Grand Christmas Clearing and Challenge Sale.
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Hoys', Men's cap 1 educed prions.
Vnl 100111 for .spring stock.
10 yards stnndaid black Ar
and white pi lilts -UC
One lot ladios&Jand $-lJiP flf)
SIlOO, challenge piioo,rft',v'v"'
One lot of $1 coHiits, chill- .
longo pi I mi OUC
10 yards nm
L.L. MUSLIN 37C
Olio lot of tl corsets, dial- ryp.n
lollgO alc OC
Men's 75o gloves 50o. Men's $1.50
gloves t. Yarn mittens ntcost.
10 yards Tin key Rid
10 nitU Apton Ghoulc oe
We have just received another large invoice of Prints and will sell them while they last at 10 yards for 30c.
Tho befi'.. bargain in Flour vcr offered.
Miner's No. i Patent,
at $1.05' Warranted.
R1VERTON AND AMBOY FLOUR.
Miner's No. 1 Flour warranted... II 05
Miner's No. 3 Flour, warranted... 1 00
Any package coffee 10c
12 bars Laundry soap 2rc
8 burn White Rmslnti soap 25o
5 cans Cot n 25o
L( wis Lye, 3 cans for 25o
Uliampiou liju ram
2 boxes Toothpicks
8 cans 8H. pie poaulics
8 cans 211, raspben ies
4 cutis 21ti blackbenies
1 cans Succotash
8 cans best Cove Oysters
Golden Wax Beans, per can. . .
O. S. Tobacco
Dice chewing tobae
Battle Ax chewing taii.tooo juo
Caliiinet Raking 1 wdei 250 cans 20c
" " 10u onus 8c
Pure buckwheat Hour, per pound Jljo
Pino .-pifi- 40o
You can't, equal it anywhere.
Miner's No. 2 Flour,
We curry the laigcst and best
selected stock in the city. The
better grades of goods all como
under the new tariff law. Wo
purchased huge quantities of
these goods in view of this.
Wo aie selling some goods in
this deparunent at very low lig
ures. ' Remnants in dress goods
at halt price. Only a few left.
To niaKo room for spring stock,
1(0(1 tilllllielMit t'-'Ji! 10 70c. w
. mt tin 1011111 Tn'V must t'o
FRIDAY. DECK.M rfER 10m,.
SATURDAY. DE EMBER Uili.
FRIDAY. DKCEM11EIU7 h.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1M n.
Wo will l'Ivo li cm i cioiy lady who
puiehascs lior hat trimmings of us any
stylo or shape in our stock and ninko
thu small chai go of 25 for trimming
Wo want to inako loom for our I u go
Challenge clearing sale
to make room for new
goods. If you want any
thing in this line do not
fail to get aur prices.
Chatlcugi1 s.ilo lo inako room
for npilllg goods
Rod Tuhlo Domask 1?: to 50c.
Whin Bbucliod D.iiiiusk 20c,
Other values up to $1.25.
We hiivo received nnotlior In
voico of the justly celebrated
Leather Stockings, price 25c.
Woit!- !l')c Try thorn. Satis
fitoiiini git i "intooil
Tim best S u ing Machine i the
iti.iK"t. Light Wood, Oik, Bunt
F flUll, full Set Of H l.iclllllulltr,
guai ai.tcctl for 5 ywat.s, only
We Imvti souuied a number of thono
luacliiucsaml ciin deliver at once.
QUALITY THE HIGHEST AND
PRICES THE LOWEST.
Men's blanket linod, corduroy
collars, duck ooati, black or
brown, 91,00. Waterproof lined
duck coats 91.75. Sold every
where tor 92.
A lino one a". 5c.
One at 10c sold every where for
We are pieparlng to put in an
other Hue of goods and in or
der to have loom we have de
cided to close out our clothing
stock. It must go.
Men's suits worth IS, salo pilco
Men's Ulster Overcoats woi tli 88,
sale in ice $0.00.
Men's Pants wotth 81 25 to 91.no
for $1 00.
Men's Paul Overalls 75c.
A dandy overall for 50o wmth
Kjtjj is m was
for O. G.
Tho E. L. bold their annual eloction
Mr.nnd Mrs.Haskott attended church
nt Eckloy Suuday.
John Miller is husking corn for
Hnriy Bates this week.
Mrs. John Swift is here visiting her
mother Mrs. Dan Cook.
Cora Newton is heie from Missouii
visiting frionds and relatives.
Mrs. Jas. Pueoloyof Nclson.attendcd
cburcb at Eckley Sunday night.
Orris Hubbard and wifo spent Sun
day with Davo Fisbol and family.
J.R. Cro.ior and family expect to
return to their home in tho near future.
Rov. Law is holding icvival meetings
in tho Finney school houso this week.
Mrs. Campbell, sister of Win. Isom,
returned to ho homo in Abilene, Kan
Miss Rich, who has been teaching
school in Dist. 5(1, lias rotiirnod to her
homo in Lincoln county.
Mis. L. A. Cio,lor oxpucts to goto
W( oping Wnter soon to spend the win
ter with her (laughter, Mrs. C.DoWolf.
Thero will be an entortnlnmontat
the church Christmas ove consisting of
n litciary piograiu and tioatlorthe
The many friends of Mrs. S. B. Hall
will bo pleased to learn of hoc letuin
home from Wisconsin whore s-hc. has
been visiting relatives and friends.
A little foio taste of winter tho past
B. Lue is again able to cut you olT a
roast or steak.
Dr. Koehler and wife entertained W.
II. HotTuian and family Thanksgiving
Win. lluiduu of Campbell came up
Tuesday to butcher some hogs for Ills
Mr. aud Mrs. D. O, Burnett served
turkey to a few intimate fi lends
J. R. Horn received a carload of fur
niture Tuesday and will soon bo open
ed up for business.
Another photo car has s'.uick the
town. Biing In your best girl and
drop a few dollars.
C. L. Cutter expects l occupy W. B.
Clamor's building in a few days with
Ills hardware store,,
For some unknown teason Rev. Law
failed to got heie to till tho pulpit at
Baptist chunk as advertised.
V. . Hall had a big rat killing ono
day laht week. He took up tho pig
shed floor and succeeded in killing
Davo Byrne ha added to his store
ftiriiituiea now desk which will be a
groat convenience us well as an orna.
The stoim intoifcrcd with tho supper
at the Hull Thanksgiving eve, and
only a few turned our. Net proceeds
Onacioiint of ibe scaicety of cars
our elovatois are taNod to theii utmost
capacity to handle the giafn coming
(Itei viM'i loo lulu for Inxt week,)
Winter is hero in earnest.
Docia Morgan came homr on a visit
Jack fiojt is ixecuiing very beauti
ful designs on our u imlowj.
Miss Lottie Dutkin was down from
Franklin last week spending n few days
L. C. Wilson, our win thy agent, has
purchased tun! taken possession of the
A voiy pleasant social was hold in
tlie Congiogational oliuieh on tho
c cnlng of Thanksgiving.
Fuller A: Good are doing a nico bus
iness in tho lumber line in addition to
their general store woik.
Cow I ok is booming in the building
business. Corn cubs, bains and resi
dences nro going up in lino stylo.
The many fi lends of Miss Marie
Latta will l)e glad to learn that she is
gradually progrinsiug toward convales
A co-operative store has been organ
ized in tho store previously occupied
by (!. A. Harris, under tho manage
ment of Messrs. S'celey & Harris.
J. I). Storey and family aro at pies
out domiciled in tho drug store until
their new houso on their town lots can
Tho remodeled residences of R, Alli
son by tho track, mid Geo. Crnfford on
the hill, look as if a wave of prosperity
had already struck us.
Union Thanksgiving services weie
held in the Christian church, Rev. Day,
the newly appointed Methodist, min
ister giving the addiess.
Robin t Hall left this place on Tues
day for it prolonged stay at Elkhait,
Indiana, taking with him tho best
wishes of many fi lends for his futiiro
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
WnrM's Pair Highest Award.
Pleasant weather again.
Fiauk Frisbio and wifo were at Red
Cloice Jackson of Missouii is heie
Eva A. Torlll called hero ono day
Miss Alta Baker was visiting in Red
Cloud tho foro part of the wcok.
Tho Ladies Union society will nice,
next Wednesday with Mrs. I. Frisbio.
Mrs. Dcidricli and Mrs. II. Baker
took supper witli G. W. Baker Tuesday
Jim Green of Blue Hill was hero
C.,H. Frisbio aud family spent Sun
day at Guide Rock,
Alf Saladcn and family spent Sunday
at Jos. Salndons.
Most everyone from this place at
tended Blind Boone's concert Satin ilny
Mrs. Fruso visited at Win. MoKim
Rev. (Dtrby will pieaoh hero at II
o'clock Sunday afternoon and after
tliis every two weeks.
Don't forget choir practico Satin day
evening at C. II. FiIhImV.
To thoflo who suffer pain tho joy of
relief is indescribable. Debility or
nervous probtrution onuses all the in
conveniences of nuin, though not its
sharniiesH. It is a later Btoge of disease.
I'ains and debllltv aro Kvmntoiilb of a
deranged condition of the kidneys.
liotn win disappear when tne Kiuncys
are made to act right, not before. Dis
eased or inactivo kidneys can bo
Some tiiuo ago I iccelvcd a pamphlet
advertising your Sparagus Kidney
Pills. As I have Inen suffering tor
several ycais with pains in my back
and nervous debility, I decided to try
the pills and I must say they do their
work in great shape, us tbis is thu first
tinui in years that I have boon out of
pain. Yours truly,
II. II Van Gkkdkn,
711 Hastings street, Hastings, Nob.
Sparagus Kidney Pills.
UOuUS REMEDY CO., Phofiuitobs, Cmcjkoc
Dr llotbfi I'll). Vit Kiln In KM CLOUD, NJIU
by O. UCOTTJNO, JmuriiHt,
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