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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1899)
BED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, JULY 7, 180 J),
5 MINER BROTHERS, RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA. $
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2 We give the "Best Prize," viz: Value in every piece of goods
tee to lead all comuetition. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded.
The formation of trusts has advanced the price of goods in every line. Fac
tories discharging help and limiting productions will only result in higher prices
for the manufactured product. This applies to Cotton Goods, Shoos, Dress Goods
Carpets and Furniture. Our large stock will permit us to make the low price we
do for some time. You will unquestionably have to pay higher prices for goods
when present stock is sold.
We have just unpacked another large
invoice of Field and Vindex Sewing
Machines. These goods were purchas
ed before the recent strong advances,
we give you the benefit of our success
THE FIELD, 5 drawer, oak finish,
high head sinplicity one of its cardi
nal points sold by agents at 30 to $35
our price, $20.
Same finish, drop head, $25.00.
We are making Special Challenge
Clearing Sale Prices on Dress Goods.
Challenge Clearing Sale on
Summer Dress Goods.
20c grade of White Goode at 15c.
Fancy colored Piques, special, 12c.
12AC lawns, special at 7c.
Organdie Suise, regular iac, special 7c
ioc Lawns at 7c.
Figured dotted swissisc, special at 12c.
Fancy Figured Dimities, regular 20c
Linen Lawns at ioc.
iH Corded Delta Betiste, regular 20c, spec-
28-inch French Dimities, regular 15c,
special ioc. '
Locksley Batiste, regular i5c,spec'l ioc.
One lot of 50 Umbrellas. We place
them on sale at 97c; they would be
values at $1.26. We bought them very
low, consequently the price of 97c.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS EXCEL.
ANY SIZE J Apl
ANY STYLE, AVOID.
IW9-I ADICS" 3-PJCCE SKIM
kilt W, it,W, ,50.
ConlM I nuof Jacket, Illouta,
Slie, 4, Ojcari.
These patterns are proving a great
To close out our entire line of shirt
Waists at one-fourth off. That means
a 50c waist for 38c; 60c waist for 45c.
We have taken about
100 pairs of Ladies shoes
from our stock, consist
ing of goods from lines
which we havs discontin
ued handling. They must
go. In ordnr to get the
room the room they oc
cupy we place them on
50c per pair.
50 pairs Men's Shoes from lines we
Have discontinued handling, at $1.00
One-fourth off on all Bradley Metcalf
shoes that we have on hand.
We have purchased, for fall, one of
the finest stocks of shoes ever shown
in Red Cloud,. As these goods are to
arrive in a short time, we must have
room. We guarantee the best shoe
valaes in the city.
Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebraska.
'-riS MINER BROTHERS, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
llatkur quiet after tho Fourth.
C. E. Hicks shelled corn last week.
Bladen celebrated nt Cnmpbell this
Tho mud did not keep ninny from
Tho plasterors arc at work on A. W.
Mr. Kirk and wife aro tho guests of
W. P. Clawson.
Alleles Bortba and Amy Kimmel aro
visiting in Lawrence.
The carpenters commenced work on
J. Kralls house Wednesday.
George Denny is erecting a new
house in tho north part of town.
Allcom shellorB in this vicinity are
stopped on account of tho scarcity of
Mrs. Majors is under the doctors
care having received a stroke of par
Sovernl are talking of putting up
now residences as soon as workmen
can bo found to do tho work.
L. E. Spenco will occupy his new
rosidonco soon. Tho painters are now
putting on tho finishing touches on the
The Bladen ball nine scooped tho
Campbell boys and in turn tho Bladen
boys got scooped aud whitewashed by
the Blue Hill nine in tho games played
in Campbell on tho Fourth.
' GUIDE ROCK.
A" fino rain Wednesday ovoning, .CO
of an inch.
L. A. Pnyno of Hastings was in town
on business Monday.
Charles Guy reports rain ovcry night
this wcck'in his neighborhood.
Albert Horn is building on his lots
recently purchased of Wm. Sabin.
W. Vnudornn of White Cloud, Kan
sas, is visiting in Gulilo Hock this wook.
11. H. Mauck, county attorney of
Nuckolls county was in town on busi
Rev Steely was called to Cowlos to
day to preach tho fuuurul of Mrs. Ma
Souio of our young men oxpoctto
start for Colorado with a team for 11
pleasuro trip next week.
About ono hundred of our pooplo
spent tho Fdurtb at Red Cloud and
about seventy at Superior.
There was no regular celebration
hero but more cannonading than was
ever known outsido a bombardment.
The walk from the corner of tho
bank is being taken up and a now ono
laid as far south as tho butcher shop
Some young men bombarded tho
Guide Hock House with cannon
crackers several dollars worth tho
night before tho Fourth. No ono hurt,
but some broken window glass.
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Successful grocers know full well
That Ivory Soap is best to sell
Because 'tis best to use, and so
Their trade, well satisfied, will grow.
They cannot be induced to buy
The other soaps, which people "try
Just once" to find them wanting; then
Insist on Ivory Soap again.
A WORD OF WARNING. There ire miny white iopi, etch represented to be "Just tt roo4
Mth 'Ivory';" they AMD NOT. but like all counterfeit, lack the ptcullirnl remrluble quilltln of
ttttffeoulne. Ask for "Ivory" Sop and Insist upon retting It.
COPTPIIOMT IIM T THI PR0CTIH . OAMIU CO. CINCINNltl
Another nno rain.
Crops in Garfield aro looking good.
Mrs. Georgo King is no hotter at this
Mrs. Miligan is tending her crops in
Mrs. Lookridge is taking caro of bar
mother Mrs. King, this week.
Mrs. Ida Campboll's mother was
down from Kansas ono day last week.
Mr. N. L. 1). Smith had a colt that
run in the wiro ftneo Saturday while
returning homo from town and it re
ceived a Bovero cut.
DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers expel
from the system all poison accumula
tions, regulato the stomach, bowols and
liver, and purify tho blood. Thoy drivo
away diseases' dissipate melancholy
and givo health and vigor for tho daily
routine Do not gripe or sicken.
O. L. Cotting.
Gun shot wound and powder-burns,
cuts, bruises, sprains, wounds from
rusty nulls, insect stings and ivy poison
iug quiokly healed by DoWitt's Witch
Hazol salvo. Positively provent blood
poisoning. Boware of counterfeits.
DeWltt.s" is safe and suhk. C.L
Joo Taylor has a uow organ.
Mrs. Lippincott has 11 now incubator.
Al Whito was calling on Win. Rob
Creamery Smith of Red Cloud was
on tho creek Friday.
John Hasialbachor has boon confined
to his homo with tho asthma
Miss Blanche Lockridgo has been
visiting with Miss Applogato.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dotlart visited
with Mr. Alsop and family Sunday.
Rov. Young filled his appointment
at tho Amauk school house Sunday.
Jud Whito took part of his stock
out of tho Applegato pasturo this week.
A. J. Whito aud J. J. Smith have
purchased a Dcering binder together.
Walter Applogatt's sister roturned
to Gibson this state to spend the 4th of
Joo Wooley, who has been working
for Goo. Coon for somo tlmo has re
signed. Most everybody from this section at
tended the celebration ot Red Cloud
Tho rain this week camo Just in timo
to insure a big yield to thoso who had
oats in bloom.
We aro not trying tj improve on any
ono but wo am endeavoring to givo tho
nows of our locality.
Thero are somo who aro through
plowing corn whilo others aro not
through thosecojti timo.
Tho Brethren had a childron's meet
ing on tho 4th at Cedar croeu. Every
body roports having a good timo.
Thero was to bo preaching at the
Brethren church Sunday night by Rev.
Smith but on account of tho rain no
one was prosont.
Thero was a children's meeting at
Ash creek lust Sunday, and from tho
interest manifested by tho littlo ones
wo think it would bo well to havo
Your correspondent camo very near
gotting a licking bocauso ho gave a
lady somo good advice. I expect to
sometimo find Tramp's carcass dangling
from a limb simply because he told
somo lady to follow the goldon rule.
Somo ono (wo aro not in a position
to sav who) has writton quito a lonatby
I article and pasted it on tho bridge.
I As to what they mean wo uro not ablo
' to say, but wo rather think It is u slur
on tho ladies of Gurliold aud should bo
torn down as soon as it was seen.
I Gold Svq.
Services each Lord's Day as follows:
Morning services at 10:30. Subject,
"thoValuoof a Man."
Biblo school, 12m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Son lor Christian Endeavor moots
at 7 p.m.
Evening services at 8.00. From
Sormon at Cowlos. at 3:110.
A cordial invitation is extended to
L. A. Hussono, Pastor.
Services noxt Sunday as follows:
Morning service at 10:80.
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
junior league at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
Evening sorvico at 8:00.
Prayer mooting on Wodnosday ovon
ing at 8:00.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
tond. Jamks Mauk Dabby, Pastor..
Services next Sunday as follows".
Morning service at 10:30. Subjoct,
"What Constitutes a Momber in Good
Standing in an Evangelic Church."
Sunday Sobool at 11 :45. W. F. West,
Young Pcoplo's Union moots at 7
p.m. Topic, "A Good Vacation."
Eveping service at 8:00. Subject,
"Christian Science," a pro!iminury
Gonornl prayer meeting Wodnosday
oveniug nt 8:00. ,-
All cordially luvited. Seats free. "
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning services at 10:80. Sermon
Sunday School at 11:45.
Young People's Sooioty of Christian
Endeavor at 7:00 p m.
Evoning services at 8:09, Subject
Prayer and praise meeting Wednes
day evoning at 8.
All cordially invited to attend tlieso
Fhank W, Dean, Pastor.
Thk Ciiikp and Chicago Inter-Ooea
one year for 11.28.
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