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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1899)
UED CLOUD, KJSmtASKA, JULV 28, 1S!M,
Not 10 or 15 Days
But while the goods last.. We put a special price on the goods and then sell
the goods as advertised. New Goods for fall and winter to arrive in
15 days. In order to make room for them we inauguate the
jOTD-SUff ER GIiEflHlKG SALE,
MUSLINS Lonsdale or Fruit of the Loom bleached, 6k per yard.
Hope bleached at 5k per vard. " -
A good yard wide bleached muslin at 4c per yard.
Yard wide unbleached muslin at 3c per yard.
Yard wide L. L. unbleached muslin at 4c per yard.
Best yard wide L. L. unbleached Muslin 5c per yard.
One bale remnants, regular 7c grade, at 4 i-2c per yard.
TRUNKS The balance of our line of trunks and satchels at one third off
$3.00 trunks for $2.00. $4.50 trunks for $3.00, etc.
BABY BUGGIES Balance of our line of baby buggies at one-third off
$1 1. 00 buggies for $7.35; $18.00 buggies for $12.00, etc.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS-One-half off. Remnants of Summer Dress
Goods. Colored Piques, Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, Fancy
Dimities, etc. All 20c goods 10c. 15c goods 7 1-2C. 10c goods 5c.
SHIRT WAISTS One-half off. Piques, lawns and percales. Remnants in
stock. $1.25 waists at 63c. $1.00 waists at 50c. 75c waists at
38c. 50c waists at 25c.
MEN'S SUSPENDERS-Regular 12 1-2, 15c and 20c. Your choicejoc
MEN'S SOCKS Extra values in men's socks at" 5c per pair. ""
UMBRELLAS Ali $1.10, $1.25 and $1,30 steel frame, silk covered umbrellas
at 97c each.
SHOES -Only a few pairs left. Ladies and misses shoes at 505 and 75c.
Men's shoes at $1.00 and $1.50. Lines that we have discontinued
handling. Only one or two pairs of a style.
MEN'S PANTS 100 pairs men's cottonade and jeans pants at one-third off.
MEN'S OVERALLS. 25 pairs men's 50c overalls at 33c per pair.
PRINTS One thousand yards prints at 10 yards for 25c.
Fifteen thousand yards prints at 5c to 12 i'-2c per yard.
CARPETS 3 to 5 yard remnants in ingrain carpets at half price.
15 to 18 yd pieces of Moquettes and Brussels Soc per yd made up.
'lapestr) carpet at 52 1-2C per yard made up.
Wc guarantee the fit of all carpets.
' MATTINGS Chinese and Japanese mattings. 15c mattings at 10c. 20c
mattings at 14c. 25c mattings at 19c.
CORSETS AND CORSET WAISTS Ferris Corset Waists.
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Children's waists at soc each.
Summer corsets at 29c each.
C-B corsets are the best made.
A full line.
NOTIONS Princess curling irons, large size, 25c.
CapitolSafety Pins, extra quality, all sizes 5c per dozen.
Brass pins, full count, per paper, 5c.
; Iron pins at ic per paper.
Cartoon hair pins, 100 pins, 4 sizes, 5c.
Kid curlers, per dozen 5c.
" . White and fancy colors in finishing braid, 5c per bunch.
White and smoked pearl buttons 5c per dozen.
Lead nencils at 8c ner dr7fn. " .'..
Bone collar buttons at 5c per dozen.
GROCERIES 10 bars of Santa Claus soap, 25c. , ; r
12 bars good laundry soap, 25c. ' i' .
2 bars agate castile soap, 5c. "" y
12 boxes, 200 count parlor matches, 10c. l
All package coffee, 10c per package.
4 pound package of Gold Dust washing powder, 15c.
- 2 large boxes Boraxine washing powder 5c.
- ' Standard Lemon or vanilla extract 4c per bottle.
' One gallon pail of syrup 35c.
Horseshoe or Champion lye 5c per can.
Clover Leaf baking powder, soda, spices and extracts are guaran
TTfrvTCMrS1 refunt)ed if,y0u are not satisfied with your purchase.
QUEENSWARE-100 piece dinner set, Americn, filled in pattern, extra
value, $9.65; two styles.
100 piece dinner set, English print, at $8.30.
ALL GOODS MABKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
We pay the highest price for eggs, Same prices paid in either cash or trade.
1 Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebr.
In Uchnlf of Boys.
Thu following from tho Emporia,
(Knnsas) Gazotto whllo written strictly
to npply to that towu must havo boon
mount to npply to Rod Cloud as well:
"Rocauso tho graduating olnssos of
tho schools nnd colleges contain a
dozen girls to thrco or four boys, it is
tho timo honored custom to editorially
jaw tuo ooys of tho land for not stay-
ingin scnool. Hoys uro used to jaw
ing. They got it at home. Thoy got it
at work; thoy get it whon thoy try to
rust, and thoy do not mind it much.
Still it is wearing on tho uorvos. And
bceauso tho Gazette is tho frioud of tho
boys, this pnpor desires to glvo tho
girls of this town a jawing that tho
boys havo stood patiently f a gener
ation. A groat deal of Jawing H done bo
causo tho boys como down town of a
night and loaf mound on Counneicial
streot. Poi linp thu boys would bo
bottor oir at homo icudinu uord books
or thinking high ennobling thoughts,
out tuo daotto desires to say light
horo that tho boys aro in a lot bettor
business down on Commercial street
than their sistois who me ringed out in
UulTy di esses, perched on tho front
porch looking for follows or out on tho
streets at all hours of tho night tngging
after them. Too mnny girls in this
man's town aro given over body and
soul to tho fellow business; and their
brothers who smoko an occasional
cigar, or drink a glass of bcor once in
a while will be worth moro than theso
morbid, hand-holding, rattle-pated fol-
lQW-nllBBara iArw! titan ora. hannmlnif
tot numerous. Put two uvorngo Em
poria girls in n room togotucr nnd you
can hoar the word "ho," "ho," "he,"
bubble, through their conversation for
hours oX0t timo. If somo smart man
would como along and put up a lomplo
with nothing but a pair of trousers on
tho nltar, it would scorn that theso girls
would pack tho houso day and night
with their devotions. Fathers com
plain nbont their boy-struck girls, but
mothers encourage it. Thoy go away
uml lcavo tiiolr ilauglilors on dark front
stops with poached faced kids who
couldn't suppoitn motion to adjourn,
and whon it gets mighty quiet down
thoie, tho father upstairs in bod giowls
and wants to go down nnd bieak it up.
Ho known what's g ring on. Rut tho
mother ferns tombarrass tho girl and
lots tin folly proceed. The Gazette
contends that tho boys down on Com
mercial street whohnvu't piused out of
tho eighth grado in school, who nro
lonthig after a haul day's woik, mo do
sorving of moro praise and will bring
much moro honor to the family than tho
silly girls who go to school and learn
just enough to hate dish water, mid
then como homo nnd spend their eve
nings mooning nnd hand-holding with
any dirty-faced boy that comes along.
Tho Gazotto would adviso parouts to
quit jawing their boys nnd turn their
attention to tbo girls . Society is so ar
ranged that u fool boy cansco his folly
aud reponc of It, but a fool girl has no
chanco. She noods advico badly. Ibo
world boats sonso into a boy. Uy tho
timo tbo world has bonten sonso into a
girl, she is settlod for lifo and cau't
mend matters and uso her sonso. Be
twocn tbo ages of thirteen and twenty
two n girl needs sound, plain talk fear
fully bad, and sho generally doesn't
get it, because her mother thinks sho is
an angel. Sho isn't an angel aud there
aro moro temptations to a girl nt homo
In the parlor and on tho front stoop
than tho boy finds down town. Theio
nro hundreds of girls in this town
girls who work hnrd keep tiieir heaits
and minds clonn, nnd who prcsorvo
idoals that will biiug happiness mid
hold h through advorsity und trials.
Hut these girls have sensible mothers,
who know that tho girl is mado of tho
samo kind of ilesli nud blond that tho
boys aro made of. lint too many girls
nro growing up like weeds, and tho
wonder is that there is not moro troublo
with thorn than there is. For when a
girl gets' boy-struck sho is a bigger fool
tunn n boy with mi inlioiltcd taste for
whiskey. Men who know something
about their own follies mo wisocnough
to know that other tilings besides whis
key are hereditary. Tho men growl
bat it doei no good. With the ndvent
When the children's best clothes come from the
wash with the colors faded and streaked, and with worn
spots showing in places where there should be no wear,
then you may know that your laundress is using some
thing besides Ivory Soap.
You can save trouble and expense by furnishing her
with Ivory Soap, and insisting that she use it and noth
ing else. The price of one ruined garment will buy
Ivorv Soan suffiripnt for month. - - -,
cerrmaHT it iy tni pmctii 4 uiiu m. mcumati
of summer, the hand-holding tourna
ments bogln. Why doesn't somoono
jaw tho girls? Why doesn't somo of
tho row at tho breakfast tnblo that tho
boy gets for coming in after curfow, fall
on tho head of his big sister, who
moons around on the front porch until
nearly midnight with hot- follow? Lot
up on tbo boys. If thoy work all day
ii6y should bo allowed a little liberty;
but when a girl shirks the cooking nnd
slights tho dl-tlics aud slouches around
the house in a wrapper all day, and
togs up at night mid lays in wait fur a
fellow like a huntress for bor proy, sho
is every bit as badhoaited as a wiiis-kiy-liond;
and if sho calls her ailment
love sho should bo told fimikiy that her
diagnosis is wiong. Love doosn't net
that way, Love makes its victims
work; it inspires to achievement. It is
the motor tbut moves tbo wot Id. Dot
moonshine destroys tho soul, nnd tho
best antidote is a good spanking. Too
many mothers quit .spunking their
daughters llvo years too early. The
Gazotto boliovos that every girl should
bo spanked in tho old-fashioned baro
handed fashion until sho can and docs
mako her own clothes, cook tho family
inouls and take euro of hor own room.
If sho doos n't learn until sho is twouty
sho is a child nnd needs tlfo red lin
ger marks just as badly as a youngster
of eight. '
Q. E. D. It is nil right to laugh at
tho Gazotto if you want to, but when
you want something hushed up for tho
sakoof tho girl's parents reiuembor
what you havo just road. .
Filipinos Here August lit.
Representatives of tho Greater Am
crloan Exposition mot tho Filipino Vil
lago at Sun Francisco. They camo east
in twolvo ologant coaches with decora
tions, advertising the big exposition.
Tho entiro Filipino Villngo wiU bo
ready for tho pnbllo August 1. Tho
Hawaiians and Cubans are already
lioiu. Ihu Greater America Exposition
has redeemed its pledges to show tho
people, animals, birds and homos of
our new possessions, Tho buildings
nro all full. Tim grounds uro maguili
com. louoiin no-v see tun uncut ex
position ever opened west of Chicago,
mine's moworks nro ningiiWIoont
Dan Godfrey's band Is splendid, Como
What might havo booii'V-H that littio
cough hadn't been neglected Js tho
sad reflection of thousand of comTump
tiros. Ono minute Cough Curo cures
eoigha nd eolds. O. L. Oottlig.
Services ench Loid's Day ns follows!
Morning sorvico at 10:30. Servico
of praiso in music by our best siuuors
followed by u short sauioii just buforo
Uiblo school, llim.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Sonior Christian Endeavor moots
nt 7 p.m.
In tho evening tin. p ii .r will deliver
an address al tho W 0. T. U. mass
mooting at the Congiogational ohuacb.
Afternoon lurmnii at Inavale.
A Corillfll ilivltlitlnn iu livlmtilnil I..
L, A. Hussono, Pastor.
Qtimtoriy coutoionco Saturday even
ing at 8-UO conducted by Rev. V. I).
Alexander, P. E.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Morning services at 10:30. Conduct
ed by tho presiding older.
Sunday School nt 11:30 u.m. Con
ducted by I). I). Spanogle,
junior league at i p.m.
Sonior Loaguo at 7 p.m.
No ovoniug servico.
Prayer mooting on Wodnosday oven
lngat8.00. Ladies Aid Society Friday nftornoon.
All aro most cordially invitod to at
tend. Jambs Mauk Dauby, Pastor.
Services tioxt Sunday its follows.
Morning services at 10.30. Sub joe t
Sunday School atll:4G, W. F. West,
Young Pooplo's Union moots at 7
p m. Miss Ella Romsberg, loador.
Evening services at 8.00.
General prayer mooting Wednesday
evening at 8:00.
All cordially Invited. Seats free
Ibaao W. Edsok, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning service at 10:30, Subject,
"A Handful of Corn."
Sunday School atU:45.
Pleaching at Indian creek at8i30.
Young People's Socioly or Christian
Endeavor nt 7:00 pm.
Evonlug services at 8.00. ulon
tompeianco mass meeting. , ,
Frayer'iuid pi also mooting WodHes
day evening at 8.
All cordially iuvited to attend tlioso,
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