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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1899)
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FBIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1899.
NEBRASKA - MERCANTILE - CO.
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Of new Fall and Winter Goods, commencing' Monday, September 11th and continuing all the week.
We place on sale the choicest and best selected stock of new merchandise ever shown in Red Cloud. During Fair week we propose to have the largest week's business we
have ever done. Our new goods placed on sale at money saving prices will be sure to do it. Be sure to come and see us while in town.
Special OponliiR SuIp of our now (nil nnd
winter Dross Goods Wo place before you
the choicest and best selected liuo of new
now fabrics in town.
Prices range at i2jc and upwards.
Now Honrlettns at 18c and uowurds.
Special values in Noroltv Goods at 15c,
18c, 25c,30c, 34c, 88o, 40c, 50c and upwards.
Wo ask you to como and see tbem.
Now Fall Cnlicoos placed en sale at moo
or savitiff prices. Wo invite you to soo tbe
largest Bhow'ng of calicoes ever shown in
One case choice caliocs at 4c yard.
Ulack and whlto standard calicoes at Sc
Red and black and red and whlto calicoes
at Tic per yard.
Silver tiery calicoes at 5c por yard.
New Fall Fancy Drvss stylos at Go per
One caso Men's tlooccd 50c Underwear
placed on salo especially for tbis sale at 89o
Now is the time to get Underwear
at a saving in price.
Children's Underwear at 5c and upward.
Ladles Underwear at 15c, 25c and 35c
nnd 50c that uro nil special values.
Special Values in Men's Shirts nt'J5c, 35u
Ladles', Misses and Cllldron's new Jack
is, Cam- and Collarettes. OUK NBW
YOKK I'UKOHASKS, mkkct fkom thk
manukactuheus, places us in a position to
show you tbe bost values in tho newcM and
They promiso to bo cue of tho lenders in
this line. Special opening showing of
thorn al$2.00, 12 25, 12 50, and up to $10 00.
Ladios cloth capos at 50c and upwards.
Ladies plusb capos at 81.50 and upwards.
Ladles Jackets at $2 60 and upwards.
MIssps and Children's Jackets at 91.50,
1.75, $2 00, and up to $7.60.
Wo especially invito you to seo our now
line of garments. Our soiling of cloaks is
tho largest in Southoru Nebraska, which
proves that our lino is absolutely right.
Como and see them.
At our notion department wo will show
tho latest and newest styles of Ladies'
GLOVES 120 pairs of now kid gloves
placed on salo at 88c pet pair. Regular
HOSIERY Special values in Ladies and
Special values in new Embroideries and
New dress Ginghams at 5c per yd. New
Aprou Ginghams at 5c por yd.
Special showing in New Tabic Cloths at
15c per yd. and upwards.
Our now stock of outings is by fur tho
best vnluos wo have ever shown. Special
intorcsting values at 5, 6, 7, 8L and 10)
Cotton Dress Goods.
8,000 yds now tleocod Dress Goods, rogu
lur 10c quality placed on sale at 7c.
New Plaids and fancy Cotton Dress
fabrics at 8c, 10c, 12JC & 15c.
Now Shirtings at 5c, OJc, 7Je & 10c.
Ranchmen's blue or black and white shirt
ings at 10c.
Men's Overalls and Hoy 's Overalls. Tho
best values for tho least money. Men's
bluo overalls at 25c per pair und upwards.
10c Tickings at 8c, 18c feather Ticking at
New Dress Skirts.
New Dress Skirts at $1.25 1 50, 175, and
up to $5.00. Newest and latest fabrics nud
Never before have wo been as woll pro
pared to show Money Saving Values in good
Tho II. C. Godman Co's lino of children's
Shoes at 60c, 65c, TGc, 85c, $1.00, $1.15 per
pair. This is without question the best lino
of children's shoes in the Market and you
can save from 25c to 50c per pair on them
Ladies' Button Dongola Shoos at $1.00 por
pair, a saving of fully 50c por pair.
Also special values at $1. CO, 1 75,2.00,2.25
You cannot afford to miss seeing our ex
ceptional Values iu Shoes.
Special Selling of Men's Shoes at $1.10.
Good Solid Boy's Shoes at $1.00, 1.15, and
1.25 per pair.
Now Carpets placed on sale at Money
saving prices. 35c carpets at 25c. 40c car
pots at 30c. 50c carpets at 40c. Also spec
ial Values at 45c to 00c.
Specirl Opening of Ladios' Now fall suits.
Prices range from $5.00 upwards. They are
vory nobby and correct in stylos.
Now Lace Curtains at 50c, 75c $1.00 and
upwards. Ilandsomo new styles to sole. t
Give our Grocery Department a call, it
will do you good. First-class Fancy aud
Staple Groceries at tho vory lowest prices.
Bring us your butter and eggs. Wo will
give you tho highest Market Price.
WE MAKE IT AN OBJECT TO CASH BUYERS. Do not forget that we give coupons with cash purchases. They cost you nothing. With them you can easily get
a set of silver'plated knives, forks or spoons, pickle dishes, butter dishes, cake dishes, etc., also a nice new lot of chinaware to select from. We have fully tried this plan
and we find it gives the best satisfaction as it costs our customers absolutely nothing.
Come to our opening sale of new fall and winter goods. You can make and save money by doing so.
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PUBLISHED KVKHY FIUDAT
scattered them out liko
a lot of scared
Inured at the poit office at Red Cloud, Neb. a
econd class mall matter.
Looa! advertising 5 cents r lino r Issue.
Local Advertising for ciiterulnminti, core
eru, socials, etc., gheti by churches, charitable
lacletles, etc., where all moneys railed there
from are uned wholly for church or charitable
koctetlci, urst ten tinea tree and all over ten
lints K cent per line per Issue.
Local advertising of entertainment, concert!,
reoita!, etc., where per cent li given to pro
moters, ft cents per lino per litue.
One column per month................... .." 00
One half column per month 3 Ml
One fourth column er month............-.... 1 73
General display adcrtlliiK" 8V cents per
Inch per Issue.
It is reported that tho Guide
dolegation is somewhat dissatisfied that
their candidato did not get tho tinnii
natiou (or sheriff. Tho dolegates from
that point can tako tbe blamo upon
themselves. If, after Tompkins' weak
ness in tho convention had boon shown
by several ballots, they bad transferred
their strength to Amaok, tkey would
undoubtedly have had a caudidato on
Champion Shot of the World.
Miss Annie Oiikloy writes: "Myself
I nnd many of the Buffalo Hill Wild West
Rock j Co. hiivo sriven Allen's Foot-Ease, the
powuer 10 snaKo nno ttio suoes, a most
thorough trial, and it docs all if not
more than you claim." It instantly
takes the sting out of Corns and Bun
ions. Allen's Foot-Kaso is a certain
cure for swollen, hot, aching, nervous
or sweating feel. Sold by all Druggists
and Shoe Stores, 25c. Address Alien S.
Olmsted, Lo Hoy. N. V.
ror Clerk of the District Court.
Of Olenuood I'rcclucl.
For fount) TreaMirer,
U. 1), ItOBINSON,
Oo lied Cloud City. 2d Ward.
For Count) Clerk,
Of Ited Cloud Precinct.
For County Judge.
Of Harmony 1'rcclnct.
For Count) Superintendent,
KVA J. CASK,
tOf Ited Cloud City, 2d Ward.
For County Sheriff,
Of Pleasant II lit I'reclnct.
I) It. HALL,
Of Uleuwood I'reclnct,
For Comity surveyor,
W. K. TI10KNK,
Of Qlenwood I'reclnct.
for Commissioner 1st District,
1). tj. KALEY,
Of Pleasaut Ulll Precinct,
For Commissioner 4lh, District,
Of Ited Cloud I'reclnct.
Thursday proved to be a day of surprises.
Tho ticket is all right,
it r.nd work for it.
The mistako in tho counting of the
voto on clerk is something that is to
bo deplored. Why such a mistako
should occur, especially at such a timo
whon perfect harmony should bo tho
essential foaturo Is boyond comprehen
sion. It resulted in a change of tho
entire ticket from county clork down
lo tho bottom of the tickol with tho
exception of county suporintedeut.
Furthermore, it has caused "political
so re spots" which will require an un
limited quantity of "political lotion"
1 REFEREES SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
nonce is nereny given that by virtue or a
decree of tho District Court of the Seventh
Judicial District of the Stale or Nebraska, In
and for Thayer t'ouuty made and entered In
aald Court on the 28th day of June, 1899, In a
certain catire In said court pending, wherein
Henry It. Wood Trustee. Is plaintiff and Ten
nent Donalds. Frank Hunter trustee, Kmmn H.
Oerrlsh, Katherlno I.. Drown, Margaret D.
Drown. Helen Drown, Elizabeth L. Drown.
Flora Drown Mein-Austln. William W. F-ank
tin and David S. Gray administrators with the
will annexed or the estate of Denjamln H
Drown. Herbert E. Dradltfy administrator and
executor. Tennent Itonilds trustee, George
umui(i licit fitoifiii iriniuo, uunues n, uuiK
ham, Frank Wood, ChaMotte Wood, Henry, it.
wood administrator aaa gaardlmi, Isabella
The Chief and the Inter-Ocean one
year for $1.25.
Good Eaoojh t Take.
Tho tiuest quality of loaf sugar is
used in the manufacture of Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy and tho toots
used in its preparation givo it a lliivor
similar to that of maple syrup, making
it very pleasant to tako. As a medicine
for tho cure of coughs, colds, la gtippe,
croup and whooping cough it is un
equalled by any other. It ulwnjs cures
mill cures quickly. For sale by H. K.
Staud up for
Tho morcury fell about twenty
greet! on Thursday afternoon.
Visitors to tho fair who wore dolo
gates to tho convontlon last Thursday
from certain localities, will ploaso keop
away from the swino exhibit as thoy
night confuse tho judges.
Tho oxact Lumber of candidates for
heritl has not yet boon ascertained,
but it is all fettled now. The "sol
tier boy" scattered them out like a lot
Tho city council at its last mooting
passed amotion to tax merry-go-rounds
twenty dollars por day in tho future,
and tho mayor vetoed tho samo. Tho
principal roison of tho veto w.h tha
arraugomonts had already boon made
with the ownors of tho morrv-go-rottnd
that isnow in tho city, and furthor than
that that under the oxUting conditions
of theotty tiuiucus and the amjunt of
cash that will bo nocossary for tho con
struction of tho new wells it was, in tbe
judgment of tho mayor, thought ad
visable to secure whatoror ready cash
that could bo obtained from this and
othor sources. A ooiumtttoo from the
fair association was present and re
monstrated agalnstHhe city granting
liconse for amusomonts, etc., choaper
than thoy could bo gotten on the fair
grounds. T11W would bo all right to a
certain extent, and should not be done.
Tho city should certainly help the fair,
but not to its own detriment. .tTnis
could bo easily done by establishing a
uniform rato of liconse to be uadd when
tho fair grounds aro open duriug tho
day, but tho city should control its own
liconso system evenings. Furthermore
wo can soo no reason why tho city
be asked lo put a -prohibitive license
on a merry-go-round in tho city during
fair weak and thereby knock them
selves out of ISO or 75 ,'sltuply beoauso
tho fair HMOoialion Joannot sell tho
exclusive riglujut tho falrUground for
AH Other Treatment
Francis G W oort
and Henry R,
of Isabella W
nartltlon of the
situate In Webai
with certain land
The West half
rown admin stratrlx
n. Charles II. llabconk
ecutors or the last will
are defendant for thn
11 if described real estitn
unty, Nebraska, together
najer county, Nebraska,
m ., H
the South East ntinrtprof
In townsnln one l runup
eleven (11) containing eighty (NO) acres.
The South West quarter or section twenty,
four (31) In township one (1) range eleeu (11)
containing one huuured sixty (ICO) acres.
The North East quarter ef section twentr.
nine (S3) In township one (I) range twelve (1!)
containing mie hundred sixty (ICO) acres.
Aud which Bald decree directed the under
sinned referees In said cause to sell the aboe
described real estate at the front door of tho
Court House in Ited Cloud, Webster County,
Nebraska, as upon execution for cash In hand.
Therefere. th referees In said cause will on
Tuesday, the 13th day of September, 1890 com
mencing at tbe hour of two o'clock run. of said
dav at the front door of the Court Hoiuo In lied
Cloud, WcbMcr County, Ncbraskn. hell Kald real
estate at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash In hand.
Dated Augutt 10th, IMK.
F. II. Uiiall. I
A. I.inimkv, Vlteferecs.
.M. 11. WEISS. )
IllciuiiDs J. DiKsxonE, Attorneys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska, 1
Webster County, f
In the mailer ofctbe estate of Luclnda Fourt,
Notice In hereby given jaTStll persons having
claims aud demands nalnst Luclnda Fourt
late of the county it Alfamakee. State of Iowa.
deceased, that the! tin fixed for filing claims
against said catatelKslx months from tbe V2d
da or September.ltBW. All such perrons are
required to present their claims with the
vouchers to the County JudKe of faldcountv,
at his offlcf therein, on or beforethe 2id day of
March. 1900, and all claims so filed will be
heard before the said fudge on the S3 d day of
jnarcu, im, m iu u ciuca a.ra,
Jisn Durrv. County Judge
The Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
onoyoar for $1.25. 1 1 1 ca .
"When I heard of the wonderful
cures performed by Miles' Restorative
Nervine I dropped all other treat
ment. Nervous prostration and gen
eral debility had batTled the efforts of
the best physicians in this section.
The first bottle of Nervine brought
relief. 1 continued using it together
with Dr. Miles Heart Cure until
health was again restored."
Mr. O. W, Olmsted, Kickapoo, Okla.
is sold by all druggists on Ruaranlct.-,
fint bottle bcnclils or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent Irec.
Dr. Miles Msdlctl Company. Elkhart, Ind,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State or Nebraska, I
Webster cnuntv. 1
In tbe matter of the esiato of Nels Sorgervon,
Notice la hereby given t trail persons having
Claims ana aemanua sganist reis sorgerson
late of Weoster county, deceased, that the time
fixed for riling claims rftalmt aald 1 state la six
months from tbe IsVi iaiy or August, 1899. All
such persons are rvufai to present their claims
with tne vouchera tdVtbe County Judge or said
county, at his office therein, on or before tbe
mh day of February. 19U0. aud all claims so filed
will be heard before the said Judge on tbe 13th
uay 01 reuruary, iuu. ai iu o'clock a.m.
James Dcrrr, County Judge,
Dated this nth dar or July. 1HB9
water will chill the Btomacb,
ae you leei warmer.
III cool the blool and make you rvnlly
cool. It's tbe drink ror warm da).
TUB OUkLES E. HIBIS CO., rtlW4.l,kU, !.
n.i.r.( Mir. u4fiM4 miii.
'Jktw fer rt.r.ri "!." B n.
but It D
Pabst on the jiidaiay
made a great "hit" among the visitors
at the exposition on account of the
cool draughts that a tired and dusty
visitor could get at that place. The
gives new life, cures that tired feeling,
removes all the small particles of dust,
hay seed, chaff, cob-webs, etc., from
the throat, and takes that dark-brown
taste from the mouth. Cool, refresh
ing and delightful, especially so after
watching races in the hot sun. The
South Side Sample Hoom
John Polnicky & Co., proprietors will
be the "Pabst on the Midway" at the
Inter-State Fair. Only place in the
city where this brew which made Mil
waukee famous can be obtained. All
you want from one glass to a barrel.
fine Old Wines, Whiskies Brandies. I
Wbilo attending tbe fair make your headquarters with . r W
motto is "Treat Evehtonk White" but we don't ill
put tbe "whiteness" in tho beer glasses. ijjf
South - Side - Sample - Rgoh. Of
JOHN POLNICKY & CO., Props. ' j$
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