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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1899)
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KED CLOUD, NEJJKASKA, AUGUST 11, 180i,
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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
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1ID SUPER CLEARING SALE.
MUSLINS Lonsdale or Fruit of the Loom bleached, 6Ac per yard.
Hope bleached at sjlc per vard.
A good yard widebleached 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 yc grade, at 4 1-2C per yard.
TRUNKS The balance of our liifonof 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.
$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 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 choice 10c.
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.
. I ' t- ' Fifteen thousand yards prints at 5c to 12 1-2C peryard.
CARPETS 3 to 5 yard remnants in ingrain carpets at half price.
tri-- 15 to 8yd pieces of Moquettes and Brussels 80c per yd made up.
? . "- Tapestrj carpet at 52 1-2C per yard made up.
r -t We 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.
Children's waists at 50c each.
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.
White and fancy colors in finishing braid, 5c per bunch. ""
White and smoked pearl buttons 5c per dozen. 4
Lead pencils at 8c per dozen. f . - U
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GROCERIES 10 bars of Santa Claus soap, 25c.
12 bars good laundry soap, 25c.
2 bars agate castile soap, 5c.
12 boxes, 200 count parlor matches, 10c. "i .
All package coffee, 10c per package. ,,
4 pound package of Gold Dust washing powder, 15c. . ""
2 large boxes Boraxine washing powder 5c. r;
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.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
We pay the highest price for eggs. Same prices paid in either cash or trade.
Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebr.
E. O. Christy is out on crutches.
Mr. Rickard has bought Willinm
Godfrey Monia lms bought tho J. H
John Omstcad tins bought tho Garcho
farm south of tho river.
J. R. Alorcor was down from Ki'd
Cloud Thursday on business.
I. B. Colvln and C.T. Kly wore nt
tho county sent Tuesday on business.
Born to Willinm Heed Sr. and wife
on August (1th, a sou. All doing well
Tho telephone lino will bo completed
to this point this wcok. Their office is
in tho post ofllco.
W. B. Sheoloy and wlfo arc visiting
friends nud relatives in Kansas City
and Wichita, Kansas.
Tho Collier maro owned by parties
hero boat the Luphuin mare of Superior
on this track Saturday.
Still rushing tho corn shelling at this
place C. K. Vaughn's steam shelter
nnd a power sheller from Bostwick are
Several now housos are building and
to bo built. Most all dcsirablo property
for salo in tho town has been sold and
everything indicates good times hero.
Tho family of A. H. Walker will soon
niovo into n part of tho houso occupied
by George Fentress; Mr. Lambert into
tho ono vacated by Walker; Low Ely
into the ouo vacated by Lambert;
Agent Casual into tho ono vacated by
Ely and Jctisph Hunter into his own
house vacated by Cassol.
TO CLEAN MATTING.
To make soiled matting look fresh and bright prepare
t pailful of warm water with a handful of salt and four
tablespoonfuls of Ivory Soap shavings dissolved in it'
With a clean cloth squeezed out of the mixture, wipe,
every breadth of the matting, rubbing soiled spots until
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Hot, dry and dusty.
A good rain is needed.
Mr. Pholps drovo homo Sunday.
Prof. Drtsbach has gono to Lincoln.
Gund & Co. arn painting their ele
vator. W. E. Thorno and wife drovo to lied
C. E. Hicks has been busy working
on his farm near Cowlos.
Dr. Fulkerson, of l)Iuo Hill was called
to see Grandma BartlottTuosday.
A.l Johnson and Chas.Spenco made
a trip to Nolson tho lirst of this wcok.
James Burden was in this vicinity
tho first of tho weok in tho interest of
J. S.White of Red Cloud was looking
after his farms in this vicinity the first
of tho week.
L. E. Spouco is erecting a now build
ing on Main street which will bo occu
pied as a barber shop and land ofllco.
John Covalt who spont a few days
with Dr. Kehler returned to his homo
at Alliance tho latter purl of tho wook.
Friends of Mr. Harding who have
been visiting hero have returned to
their home in Iowa. They were much
pleased with Nebraska.
The Congregational church and
school house, are being ropaired and
put in good shape, tho insurance com-
panys haviig adjusted th losses satis
Rain is needed to finish the corn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jbn Fox, a
boy on August Otb.
L. A. Haskins has bought a livery
barn in Red Cloud 'and will quit farming.
The revival mooting at Panny creek
commenced and will continue for two
Allan Carpenter was In' Franklin,
Nebraska on business one day this
Tho Siebbins boys iinished threshing
for Mr, Dlckerson and report 30 bushels
Mr. nud Mrs. Malon Points of Wal
nut creek wore tho guests of Will Aubu
There will bo a meeting at Pleasant
Dalo August 18th at Up, in. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all.
Professor Shannon will teach a nine
months term of school ni'ar Hluu Hill,
Crops arc moro than booming since
tho big rain.
Mrs. V. H. Scrivuer visited with Mrs.
Sponcor Potter last Sunday.
Several new n'sidenccs unit bams
will ho built in this part In the near
Tho Crow Hill Sunday school is well
represented by Mt. Hope scholars
Havincr has commenced and that is
all right as tho grass is about done
glowing and should now go in stack.
A great many inquiries are mado in
roferencu to cattle to food and calves.
Good steer calves bring $lfi readily and
heifers 810 to $12, r0.
Our now artist is doing somo lino
work and is kept busy nearly all tho
time. Sho has takon some very flno
pictures of residences.
Tho Fruit boys are doing' consider
able threshing. Ono crop of oats for
Zol Stone of 20 acres made 700 bushels,
or 85 bushels to tho acre.
Old Uncle Henry who has been sick
a long time at his sons out in Logan
township is dead and was buried las.t,
Friday in Mt. Hope cemetery.
Stock hogs large onough tj feed are
greatly in demand and hilo fat ones
only sell for 94.00 to 1.25, stockers go
for at least 5 coats per pound.
The 74th birthday dinner at old
Uncle Cyrus Francis was well attended
last week and he received several very
valuable presents, nmong others a tine
suit of clothes.
Road work has already commenced,
and will Mr. Fruit our new road boss,
remember that our road needs more at
tention than any other and if bewill
come on it soon be will get two or
three days volunteer work.
A man with an old blndsr refused
to cut several pieces of grain until he
had cut his own twenty or twenty-two
acres of oats; then ho wont to cut for
ont or two more and finally cut ninety
acres of oats and cut around two new
Occasion a I..
Al. Hayes of Guide Rook was soon on
our streets Sunday.
Mrs. A. R. Siladou was culling la
Cowles ono day last weok.
Mr. Washburn of McCook was visit
ing Chris Russer lust weok.
Samuol Miller has gono to his old
homo in Indiana for n visit.
Mrs. Minnio Fra-n r is visitiug at
her paroutal home Sunday.
Miss Julia Saladeu of Rod Cloud was
visiting her uncles ovor Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Bakor wero in
Guido Rock ouo day last weok.
C. L, Lewis has tho foundation laid
for tho now addition to his houso.
Dr. Goodo and nophow of Red Cloud
wero tho guests of G. W. Baker Sun
The Bat Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Mathlas, a well known
stook doaler of Pulaski, Ky., jays;
"After suffering for over a wcok with
llux, and my physician having failed to
relieve mo, I was advised to try Cham
berlain's Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and havo tho pleasure, of stai
;Og commencing September 1st at n salary ing that tho half of onu bottle cured
'f tMpsrtnoatb. J we." For t al bjr II. B. Urlce.
A sU',; ioom In full operation, show
lug tho growth of tho many colored
threads into pntterosof beauty.
An, ice makinsjajHttae in operation,
Tho bed in wbHVesident Lincoln
The famous Libby prison exhibits.
Tho table at which Goneral Grant
and Lee arranged tbo surrender.
Relics from the Mexican war.
A Filipino village. .
Cactus plants 10 feet high.
The dive by a lady from a hoight of
GO feet into a lak of water.
Hagenbaeks trained wild animals:-
Tbo Venetian Musical Carnival ore
the lagoon. Hawaiian singers.
An immonso camp of wildest Indians
from all parts of Amorica.
Captured cannon from Porto Rica,
Cuba and tho Pbillipinos.
Aboutono month ago my child, which
is fifteen months old, bad an attack of
diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. I
gave it such remedies as aro usually
given in such cases, but as nothing gavo
relief, we sent for a physician and it
was under his care for a weok. At this
time the child had been sick for about
ten days and was having about twonty
livo operations of tho bowels every
twelve hours, and we were convinced'
that huIoss it soon obtained relief it
would not live. Chamberlain's Colio,
Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy was
recommended, ami I decided to try it.
I soon noticed a change for tho bettei ;
by Its t'ontitiuod uso a oompleto euro
was brought about and it Is now per
fectly hcftlrhy.-O, L. Boggs, StumD
tbwn, Gilmer Co., W. V.. &, sale Tby.-
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