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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1899)
IlED CLOUD, XEBKASKA, JULY 11, 18!)!),
i-...r. ivimtrt BHOTHERS, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. E
SPECIAL - SALE !
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
When we advertise ''sTDecial'; we mean a "A SPECIAL SALE"
A SPECIAL VALUE," in every article advertieed.
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 Gopdc at 15c.
Fancy colored Piques, special, 12c.
i2c lawns, special at 7c.
Organdie Suise, regular i2c, special 7c.
ioc Lawns at 7c.
Figured dotted swissisc, special at 12c.
Fancy Figured Dimities, regular 20c
Linen Lawns at ioc.
Corded Delta Betiste, regular 20c, spec
28-inch French Dimities, regular 15c,
"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.
To close out stock special discount
of 30 per cent.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS EXCEL.
484-no' .Middy Jacket
61ics4, 6, t, llljiart.
861-OIRLS' APRON. '
Sln4, S, B, 10 ears.
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, consisting
of goods from lines which we have
discontinued handling. They must go.
In order to get the room they occupy
we place them onsale at
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,
Special clearing sale on trunks. Our
entire stock of Trunks one-third off
regular price. All goods marked in
We are showing
the largest line of fur
niture we have ever
shown. We buy di
rect from the manu
facturers, thereby ob
taining better goods
with no middleman's
profits. CarJoad ship
ping secures for us
JGttftr rlicrminfc iml
We guarantee to lead all com
We make the price.
Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MINER BROTHERS. RED CLOUD. NFRPAcju- ,
More rnlii and mororest.
Oscar Provalt lias u now buggy.
Clias. Davis sold his work nitilcs for
Mr. Hcrndcn sold his lino black horso
L. N. Fitxgerald was homo last woo k
from tho railioad.
Mr. Henry who is quito sick at his
son Hub's is no bettor.
ZAIbortSurivncrund Samuel Mount
ford have bought a lie v binder.
Dan (irowcll of McCook is visiting
relatives in our part this week.
Wheat .uid lyoare ripe and are being
cut. Oats will soon bi-ripe; soino me
Mrs. Clias Davis and daughter visit
ed with her daughter near' Ueamsvllle
Potatoes aie nearly inado, soinuiif
out iiuihbi.i 1 niivo them m iiug as
Grass in p-nuiios novor wa butter
tlian at preM-ni, and tlio iiiondowvniu
ready to mow '
Kli Karius and Mr. McOoriniek of
sou'hwest Smith county was on this
cicok a few days ago on olllciul busi
ness. Miss May Uoscncraus received two
nice presents on her 18ih birthday, a
now buggy and watch, given her by
At least thirty per cent of our farm
ers have bought riding listers and cul
tivators and now wind milfs during tho
spring and summer.
Mrs. Dr. Elliott died at tho homo of
her son Davo last week and was buried
in the Oriole cemetery. Sho was
eighty-two years of ago.
Tho recont showers havo made corn
grow so fast that tho farmers will havo
to rustle if they get through their last
plowing. Somo of tho earliest corn is
out in tassel and silk.
Harvesting is tho order of tho day.
Cultivating corn is a thing of tho
Good growing weather and corn do
W. J. Hnskins lost 0110 of his best
horses this week.
Wheat is short but will average
10 bushels per aero.
Tho potato crop is better th-in it has
boon for several years past.
The Fourth of July with its usual
amount of noiso has coino and gone.
Mr, Allen Carpenter was on a busi
ness trip to Amboy 0110 day last week.
Will Aubushon is on thosick list and
under tho caro of Dr. Uock of Hod
Tho Bchool board of District No. 8
has engaged Miss Shopardson of Hod
Cloud to teach,
Professor Shannon reports his Sun
day school a grand succoss. Tho aver
age attendance is forty.
Miss Ucssio Carpenter of Riverton,
Nebraska, was tho guest ef Miss E.
Victoria Haskins last week.
Tho VanDyko brothers how havo
tho creamery routo which was former
ly attended to by Tuflt Sutton.
Ponny creek Sunday school, district
fJo. 8, roporlo an average attendanco
of twonty-fivo for tho last quarter.
Rev. Ilorton of Red Cloud will preach
at Penny creek on tho 10th at 8:30 p.m.
A cordial invitation is given to all.
William, Benjamin and M. II. Van
Dyko spont tho Fourth at tho camp
meeting near Womer, Kansas, and re-
port a good meeting.
Tho meeting at Ponny crook was
largely attonded last Sunday, ltuv.
Campbell of North Urauc-h delivered
an ablo sermon on tho higher lifo.
Tho Sunday school at Penny creek
District No. 8 was organ i.cd last Sun
day by electing Mrs, Aubushon as su
perintendent. School moots at U p.m.
Superior furniture and piano luster
for sale by F. P. Hadley, Manfaotured
by Red Closd Litr Co.
If Dot had played with common soap
What wreck thcre'd be to-morrow! .
Her hands all chapped, her dress past hope,
Her toys a tale of sorrow.
But mother lets her play like this
And wash whate'er she chooses,
For not a thing will go amiss
When Ivory Soap she uses,
IVORY SOAP- 99o PER CENT. PURE.
ecnrmaHT iM ir thi moctih . uwi co. cincmmti
Dick VanWoort came in from Wyo
One-rourth of an inch of rain on the
12th at this placo.
Tho tolophouo company commenced
work hero Thursday.
A. A. liushee was down from Hold
rege tho first of thr week.
Dwiglit Jones started for Pennsyl
vania Monday night in response to a
M It liontloy was down from Hod
Cloud Monday looking after his inter
ests in this vicinity.
Row ii. Chiuiuol, grand chaplain of
tho I. O. O. F. preached at thu Raptlst
church Sunday evening.
K. Parkor, Clias. Udgerton, Thurman
Dillon and K. Crarv stalled for Colo
1 ado with a toam Wednesday .
Mr. Reoves from Missouii isstopplug
horo for the presont plating silverware.
Ho lived north of this town seme
lifteen years ago.
F. W. Matton anil J. Miller of Illue
Springs and A. Smith of Cadams worn
hero looking over tho country with I.
H. Colvin this weok.
A lady lecturer at tho Raptist church
on tho UJth, a boy orator at tho same
placo on tho 14th and a Holiness camp
meeting in town this weok.
As Wm. Holu's boy was coming to
tho croainory with milk Tuesday morn
ing tho toam becarao frightened nt a
horso with a blanket on and took a
short run, but no damage resulted.
Mrs. King still lives but is no better,
Mrs. Jamos Amack is sick nt this
Well, onr good farmers aro dono
Oats aro a good crop and aro almost
ready to harvest.
Mr. Jones is harvostlntr his wheat on
Chas. Amack had it cow killed by
lightning Friday night.
There will bo proaehimr at thu Uretli-
ion church Sunday, July 10th.
M. 0. Sherman was in our township
a few days ag canvassing for a nur
sery. Wo haven't had rain for a week and
pnoplo aro getting afraid of a drouth.
P. S, It rained Wcdnesdav nhrht.
Joo Smith and Jud White aro run
Bing their new binder. Suppow tkey
will get tho bulk of tho cutting in their
J.J. Campbell from North Branch
was visiting his brother J. D. Camp
How Dr. Howe Stopped the Small-Pox.
Dr. Charlio Howo who lias boon at
Ledora, a month, taking enro of tho
small-pox patients, returned homo last
night, the disenso having boon entirelv
oiadicated. Norton county will nav
Dr Howe live bundled dollars for his
services, and lie mado one hundred
dollars during the month in private
lees. Mill ho earned the money. When
ho arrived at Lonora a month ngo, Dr.
Fuller and Dr. Drown, thu homo doc
tors wcio dying with black small-pox
and woro in a terrible condition. Both
died within three days after tho ar
lival of tho Atchison man, and ho was
compelled to lay them out, haul them
to tho cemetery, hury them and lit! up
their graves. Tho people woro in tt
state of panic, and Dr. Howo was com
pelled to sleep in tho olllco of ono of
tho dead doctors, and eat his meals
under a tree, whoro they woro carried
and loft for him. Four other doctors
visited Lonora before Dr. Howo ar
rived, but fled. Tho two doctors who
died had no medical attention, and
part of tho time no nursing. Conduc
tor J. C. Brouso, of tho Contral branch,
who caught tho diseaso from tho tramp
who took it to Lonora, lay a weok
without a nurso. Part of tho time ho
was delirious, and said his wholo fear
was that during tho delirium ho would
go homo and expose his family. Dr.
Howo introduced his vinegar treat
ment at Lenora and thoro was not a
single caso after his arrival. Tho vin
egar treatment consists of taking four
tablespoonfuls of tho best cldor vinegar
to each adult, daily in n glass of water.
Altogethor, Dr. Howo had twonty-two
cases, all of which recovered. Tho
diseauo at Lonora was black sniall-pox,
nnd voiy bad. Atchison (Kan,) Globo.
Tho tolophono oxchango will bo open
to lecoivo nnd amwer calls from 7 a.m.
to p.m. Culls for doctor, op nn,n,.
emergency calls, may bo sent at any
nine, nigni or day. During thunder
storms no calls enn bo sent as tho
wiies aro grounded or shut off at sueli
times for reason of safety.
G, J. Waiciuin, Managor.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lackamp Elston, Mo
writes: "One Minuto Cough Cure saved
the lifo of our little bov when n.ri-
"ed with croup. O.L. Cottiig.
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