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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
REY CLOUD, XJSllllASJvA. AUUUST I, 1SJM),
ioc goods 5c
75c waists at
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
IBID SllffER GIiEfiHlUG SflliE,
MUSLINS Lonsdale or Fruit of the Loom bleached, 6ic per yard.
Hope bleached at 5c 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 . 1-2C per yard.
TRUNKS The balance of our line of trunks and satchels at one third off.
S3.00 trunks for S2.00. $4.50 trunks for $3.00, etc. '
BABY BUGGIES Balance of our line of baby buggies at one-third off.
$11.00 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 ioc. 15c goods 7 i-2c.
SHIRT WAISTS One-half off. Piques, lawns and percales,
stock. $1.25 waists at 63c. $1.00 waists at 50c.
38c. 50c waists at 25c.
MEN'S SUSPENDERS Regular 12 1-2, 15c and 20c. Your choice ioc.
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 50c 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.
r ltteen thousand yards prints at 5c to 12 1-2C per yard.
-3 to 5 yard remnants in ingrain carpets at half price.
15 to 18 yd .pieces of Moquettcs and Brussels 80c per yd made up.
'lanestr carpet at 52 1-2C per vard made tin.
" We guarantee the fit of all carpets.
MATTINGS Chinese and Japanese mattings. 15c mattings at ioc. 20c
mattings at 14c. 25c mattings at 19c.
CORSETS AND CORSET WAISTS Ferris Corset Waists.
Children's waists at 50c each.
H Summer corsets at 29c each.
C-B corsets are the best made. A full line.,
NOTIONS Princess curling irons, large size, 25c.
Capitol Safety 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. K
White and fancy colors in finishing braid, 5c per bunch. ',-,
White and smoked pearl buttons 5c per dozen.
Lead pencils at 8c per dozen.
Bone collar buttons at 5c per dozen. f
GROCERIES 10 bars of Santa Claus soap, 25c. 1 ' ".
12 bars good laundry soap, 25c.
2 bars agate castile soap, 5c.
12 boxes, 200 count parlor matches, ioc.
All package coffee, ioc 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
Money refunded if you 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.
I ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN fflGTJBES.
tK We pay the highest price for eggs. Same prices paid in either cash or trade. V
I Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebr.
John Ucauchamp la on tho sick list.
Born to Mr. nncl Mrs. Will Edgorton
of Wnlnut creek, a girl.
There will bo a largo ncrcago of full
wheat sown in Lino this fall.
Good growing weather. Two and
ono-balf inches of rain Friday uight.
Miss Kmnia Hasklns is working for
Mm. Ross, tho music teacher in Hed
L. A. Hasklns lost a lino young horso
by its eating too much green corn ono
day this week.
A. II. Carpontor has taken tho ngoncy
of tlio Farmers Mutual Hog Insuranro
Company of Onmlm.
Allan Carpenter bought n team of
horses of Hay Iloyco for 11 considera
tion of foity dollars.
Rov. Con Hewitt of Walnut crook
will piuach his farewell sermon Sunday,
August 115th, at 11 a.m.
Benjamin VanDyko camo very near
getting drowned while mossing tho
Canadian river in tho Indian Tenltory
Tho Sunday school at I'onnv crook,
District No. ill was largely attended
last Sunday. J. W. Mclntyio Is super
Rev. Ferguson of Highland, Kansas,
was tho guest of William VanDyko ono
day this week and reports tho prospect
good for a corn crop.
There is some talk of a rovival meet
ing at Penney creek, District No. 8, to
bo conducted by Rev. Horton tho evan
gelist from Red Cloud.
It'was a mistake "about Allan Car
penter being a candidato for sheriff on
the populist ticket. Ho says ho would
not accept tho nomination.
Roy. Horton of Red Cloud preached
at Penny crtok, District No. 8, at 8:80
Sunday night. Ho had an attentlva
congregation. His subject was "Ho
pentance." Mr. Henry, another old settler pass
ed away at tho homo of bin son Hub
Henry, Tuesday, and was laid to rest
in Mt. Hope cemetery. Rev. Robert
(Joldsworth conducted tho funoral ser
vices. Lightning struck tho house of James
Kcaglo Friday night. It ran down tho
stovo pipo, breaking tho stovn in pieces
and doing a good deal of damage. Mr.
and Mrs. Koaglo were shocked leaving
them unconscious for somo timo.
Ensign W. A. VanDyko of Clovoland,
Ohio, writes that tho Salvation Army
aro now giving an outing to ono thous
and children, lacing them on u steamer
to a park somo twelve milos away.
Thoy will givo them a big day with two
meals and plenty of amusement.
A fino rain fell hero Friday night.
Pooplo busy harvesting nnd threshing.
Miss Creaty Tolnnd will visit Miss
Uortha Castor of Burr Oak this week.
Sherman Fishburn is backsetting sod
with tho intention of putting in wheat.
Tho Friends of North Branch aro
expecting a grand meeting this wook at
their Biblical Institute.
Iho hoavy wind last Friday night
blew tho corn and millet down so badly
that tho millet can scarcoly bo mowed.
Miss Libbio Cravons and Mr. Emory
Mills wcro married at tho homo of the
brido's parents Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. Tho happy couplo havo tho
good wishes of tho wholo country.
A party of young people gathered at
tho homo of Miss Lucy Tolamf last
Thursday evening and surprised hor
wonderfully. Ico cream and cako
wore served. Tho cvonlng was spent
enjoyably by all. Miss Lucy's twen
tieth birthday will bo a timo long to bo
rememborcd by all tko company, Thoso
who woro present report a good timo.
The Best Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Maihias, a woll known
stock dealer of Pulaski, Ivy., says;
"After Buffering for over, u week with
ilux, and my phj'bluian having failed to
relieve me, I was advised to try Cham
borluin's Colic Choleia nndDinirhoca
Uomody, and havo the pleasuio of slat
ing that tho half of ono bottlo cured
we." For late bj U. E. Griee.
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The bath can be made an exhilarating pleasure .by
the use of Ivory Soap. It cleanses the pores of all
impurities, leaving the skin soft, smooth, ruddy and
healthy. Ivory Soap is made of pure vegetable oils.
The lather Jorms readily and abundantly.
cornnOHT I IV thc moctih f. oui-.ii 00. omomwti
District 00 has no teacher yet for
their coming winter school.
J. D. Parsons and family have gono
to Riugold county, Iowa, on a visit.
Bud Houchin lms dug a largo cistern
for Ivans Amuck nnd it is almost full
A rain of 2 Indies Friday night in
sures ono of tho largest crops over
raised in this country.
Chat ley Holmgrain has his buggy
newly painted and is now looking for a
girl to ride with him.
Messrs. Parsons, Kivett and Co. havo
finished the harvost and hung thoir
binder on tho who fence.
Tho Hon. Frank Amack wont to
Mankato Thursday as a delcgato to tho
republican county convention.
Ivans Amack and Joo Taylor havo
cut their bee-tieo and Joo .divided tho
honoy so thnt Ivans wouldn't got stung.
Wo understand that Bud Houchin
has taken a contract to dig a founda
tion for nn immonso worohouso down
in Kansas which will tako until next
fall to complete.
A largo number of tho neighbors of
J. J. Shipman went to his placo tho
othor night to eat ico cream in honor
of J. J's. birthday. All onjoyod tho
occasion vory much.
Ott Shipman was on his usual trip
last Sunday, Ott says ho has a case on
hand that Is hard to euro, and ho be
Moves ho will havo to call on tho county
judgo yet, beforo ho gets it eottled.
Tho Modern Woodmen organized a
lodgo at tho Branch Friday night with
fifteen charter membors. Tho giat ran
away with Charloy Smith and ho did
not got homo until Saturday morning,
Somk Otiikic Time,
About ono month ago my child, which
is llfteon months old, had an attack of
diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. I
gavo it such remedlos ns aro usually
given in such cases, hulas nothirfg gavo
relief, wo sent for a physician and it
was under his euro for a wook. At this
timo tho child had boon sick for about
ton days and wus having about twenty
livo opcraliqns of tho bowels every
twelve hours, nnd wo wcro convinced
thnt unless it soon obtained relief it
would not live. ChnmberlalnM Colio,
Cholera and Dianhocn Remedy was
recommended, ami I decided to try it.
I soon noticed a change for tho doner;
by Its continued use n completo'eure
was brought about and It is now per
fectly healthy. C L. Boggs, Stump
town, Gilmer Co., W. Va. FCr sale by
W. E. tirice.
1.02 inches of rain Friday night.
Everything is on tho up grndo hero
Tho telephone men aro at work near
Doputy Sheriff Burdlck was In town
0. E. Vaughn is shelling in town with
his now cylinder shellor.
Tho Crow horso and Lapham horso
uro to run hero Saturday.
E. C. Christy is still unable to bo out
on account of rheumatism.
Tho Crow horse beat tho Bowron
maro an this track Monday.
Tho black maro from Kansas boat
tho Crow horso here Monday,
1. B. Colvin expects somo eastern
laud seekers fiom tho oast soon.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Vanco of
Boavor creolc township, u son July 29th.
G. M. Warner was stricken with par
alysis whllo out mowing wcods last
Talk about prosperity I You should
soo tho stock and grain coming into
Mrs. Mulford, sister of tho Watt
brothers arrived from ArKansas Sun
Tho black maro known ns tho Collier
maro and tho Lapham maro of Superior
aro to run hero Saturday.
Mrs. Forguson who has been yislting
tho Watt brothers, started for hoc
homo in Illinois Tuesday.
Two shcllors aro to commonco shell
ing lioro Monday, as all tho corn hero
is to bo shelled as soou as possible.
Died, on Monday morning July 01st
at 4( o'clock, Goo. M. Warner. Tho ro
mains woro shipped to Iown on tho 3.
o'clock train Tuesday morning.
Tho Row W. B. Costloy, of Stock
bridge, Ga., whllo attending to his pas
toral duties at Ellenwnod, that stato,
was attacked by cholera morbus. Ho
3ays: "By chance I happouod to got
hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Dlauhoea Remedy, and I
think it was tho means of saving my
life. It loliovt'd me at oni'o." Forsala
by H. E. Grico.
'I sufforoi) from piles for tivonty.livo
yunrs, and after all so-called cures hail
failed was permanently cured by ono
boMof DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,"
says Ell Hale, of Lumber City, Pa, Bo
sine you got"DoWltt's." There uro in-
luiiuua unu uittuuucsii cuuuioneitf, v.
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