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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1899)
VOLUME XX VII.
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Is now filled from cellar to top floor and new goods still arriving, and will be arranged for sale as soon as possible. We quote
you the lowest prices on all lines. We invite all buyers of Fall Merchandise in any line to inspect our stock, and
we guarantee prices as low as any market in the west.
Saturday, September 16th we unload two carloads of Furniture. We buy right and sell riht. Cash buying and "selling are essential features. We guarantee to lead all
competition. Our prices guaranteed lower than anybody's specials, closing out, etc., prices.
Black and Novelty
Our fall line of Black and Novelty drees
goods Is now all in stock. Wo are show
ing the latest effects in Black Crepons,
in skirt length patterns of 4 yards each,
at from $1.00 to $3.00 per yard. We
also have a complete line of piece goods
in Blacks, Latest Sicilian, Lizzard and
Novelty Effects, ranging from 25c to
1.50 per yard.
Do not fail to inspect cur new line of
patterns in dress lengths. No two pat
terns alike. They contain all the latest
combinations of colors. Prices the low
est 00c to $1.25 per yard.
We also have s good selection of plaids
in cotton and in wool and silk, prices
ranging from 10c to Mo per yard.
We cannot describe all onr immense
stock, as it is necessary to see to believe.
Do not fall to see onr line of Cotton
Drees Goods before buying. Our line
comprises the latest effects in Plalda and
Novelties. Prices from 10c to 25c.
Toil de Noid Ginghams in pretty designs
at 10c per yard.
Picritines, full 86 in. wide, patterns in
red, blue, gray and black; Woolenettes
in Latest Wrapper Effects, prico 10c per
Pearl Buttons 5c
Princess Curling Irons 8c
Pins, Iron lc a paper
Pins, Brass, Best Co "
Needles . lotoOc "
Hair Pins 3 bunohes for 5c
Cartoon Hair Pins, 4 bImw 5c each
Fancy Bone Hair Pins 5c to 80c doz
Pompadour Combs 20c each
Velveteen Binding 8c yd
Elastic Web 5c to 10c
The school days are here again and the
boys and girls will all need new shoes.
We find that we have a few pair of
Bradley & Metcalf Shoes in Ladies'
Hand Turned and McKay Sewed, which
were formerly sold for $3.50, our price
Our $3.25 shoe for $2.25
Our $3.00 shoe for 2.00
Our $2.50 shoe for 1.75
Our $2.25 shoe for ; 1.50
. Our $2.00 shoe for 1.25
Also a '" "" wrM"" m "man mzer,
2, 2K, 8, 3K, and 4, at slaughter price of
50c per pair.
Our line of Ladies' shoes, from $1.50 to
$3.50, are of the beet workmanship and
We are receiving now stock in winter
footwear for boys and children, ranging
In price from 50c to $1.75 por pair.
Our line of men's shoes is carefully
selected, and will give satisfaction in
overy respect. Plow Shoes,,' the best
grain leather, single or double solo.
Just received a full stock of new patterns
to add to our already large stock. "
Bleached Table Damask from 18c to
$1.75 per yard.
Half Bleached Table Damask from 18c
to 75o per yard.
Buff Table Damask, 25c to 46c per yard.
Turkey Red Damask, 18c to 60c per yd.
Our stock of Winter Underwear has
commenced to arrive, and will be one of
the Golden Opportunities of getting good
warm Underwear cheap. Men's,
Youths,' Ladies' and ChlldtBn'.UnalU
wnnt ".- "- -"" neece for men
and boys, Union suits for ladies and
children. Our line ranges in price from
6c in infants to fl.00 a garment in
IVYUUUVU JUO. lUbCU Uil DUIU IUU new
styles inJOuting lannols. These goods I
wore purchased very early this spring.
Cash buying secured them so we are
able to place them on sale at same price
wo did last season. The lino contains
Staples and High Colors, and novelties
in darks and lights, at
5c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 12)fC and 16c.
Quality and prices guaranteed.
German Blues at 8 to lOu
Wide Blacks, special at 8c
Plcretlne Percales at lOJtf
We guarantee tho best values.
As sooa as the present stock is sold
prices will have to advance.
Muslins are higher. Tho goods we are
offering are not "just as good," but are
the best grades known in every house
hold. We are offering at very low
prices, on account of very large pur
chases, on such well known brands as
Farmers' Choice Lonsdale, Fruit of the
Loom, Hope, etc., in Bleached, and
Beaver LL, Anderson LL, Indian
Head, PepperU R, Honest Width, etc.,
in Unbleached. We guarantee all prices.
Hope Bleached 6)c
LL Unbleached , 4c
Above two of many values.
15 cases new prints placed on.nale. Tho
udvanco on thoso goods has been very
strong. We bought heavily in order to get
the price. Wo handlo only standard
Standard Dross Prints at 4c
Fancy Dress Prints at 5o
Fancy Prints at Co
Nowport and Eaitlake Fancies, Ranch
men's Bluet and Blacks, Amoskeag,
Southern Silks. New Patterns and Col
oring that are sure to make friends and
Onr Remnaat Counter contains many
special vala 1 all lines of Dry Goods
at remnants ef former prices,
A few patterns of new Carpet stock have
arrived. We are better prepared than
ever to show you the best line of Carpets
in the country.
All Wools 47o to 70o
Unions U5o to 60o
Cottons , 25o to 40c
Chinoso Mattings 10c to COc
We have several pieces of. Union and
All Wool that wo are making special
prices on. Thoy are values.
r , ii rmrlp1prl thfi inside of our lame store building in order to 1
business. We invite all parties visiting, the city during the coming season t
ttx- Jri " ..TvcTTino. rm nf t.hft lflTOrest lhieS Of LadieS, MlSSOS
the city. We take great pleasure in introducing the Pall
" -. . 1 J Ain.iln 4-llrt t"H-kC1 4-Tlo4" I
mend, tne worKmansmp tuiu uttunby tuo uwi uuuu
is the best. We will take pleasure in
Our prices range from $1.50 to $15.00 in Capes.
M1NBR BROS., -
ndle our immence fall stock and put us in position to handle our rapidly increasing
viaiL iiiu uivj oiorc arm lee us snow you tne monev savincr values we ore nffnrmrr
and Children's Jackets and Capes, that has ever been brought to
loi JToiuivm vju s. unv 01 j acKts ana uapes. we can recom
,n be obtained in any market and consequently the fit
uwxxig yuu uur siock m any aepartment.
Our prices ranee from $3.50 to $15.00 in JanlrAt.n
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ea Cloud. Nebraska.
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as just the thing needed to extend tho
foreign market for tho surplus prod
ucts of this country, and vigorously
combat the claim that expansion and
imperialism aro synonemous terms.
As the opposition seem willing to mako
the light on national lines, the voters
of Ohio are not likely to lack full in
formation on both sides or tuo ques
tions at issuo during tho next low
weeKs. Both sides will agree until
election day that the result will practi
cally sottlo tho presidential contest;
alter tho votes aro counted, the leadors
will, of course, doclnro that it will not
influence tho national campaign at all.
As war-liko as the situation in the
Transvaal republic now looks, tho
advantageous to tho Philippines. Pres- aVorago educated Englishman who vis-
ent plans dojnot contemplate any moro jtB Washington expresses the strongest
AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
While it is unquestionably truo, as
stated by government officials, that
tho object in ordering Prof. Worcester
and Mr. Denby, civilian mombors of
tho Phllippinolcommission, to proceed
to Washington at onoe, was to onabjb
tho commission, with tho exception of
Gen. Otis to assemblo at wasuwgion
and prepare a report before congress
moots, thero is another, and many con
sider a more important object, in get
ting the civilian commissioners awny
from Manilla before tho next campaign
opens. That is, to put a stop to nego.
tiations, which so hampered tho last
pnmnftien inlLuzon pnd wero produc
tive ot nothing but delay, which was
the present one, in which Great Br
ain has not boon engaged in war
somo sort in some part of tho world.
Tho rest of tho world is Just begin
ning to realize tbut Uussia will bo
future factor in industrial matterd
Siberia, which for years was though!
now has practically a monopply. Tho
report says that a Canadian company
oxpects to put a compressed peat fuel
on tho market shortly, which is in
some respects superior to coal and
which has almost as much heating
power. The company claims that tho
utinn nnd.ltho surest way to
prevent them was to order tho last of
tho civilian commissibnors away from
tho Phillpplnoj.BNothing but uncon
dltional surrender is to be allowed
to stop theJUghtlng (luring the coming
Tho administration hns proparcd
to make tho Ohio campaign ono of
national importance, and to light it
on national issues. It recognizes that
Mr. McLean is a strong candidate, and
that tho president cannot afford to
' lose his own stato this year. At least
two mombeis of tho cabinet Post-niastor-Goneral
Smith and Secretary
Wilson will stump Ohio, and aek an
1 ondorsement of tho administration and
its policy. They will defend expansion
confidence in a peaceful settlement of
the squabble between tho little South
African government and Great Britain.
Tho cause of this fooling of conthlonce
in peace, according to a Londouor,
now in Washington, is the belief that
Queen Victoria has fully made up her
mind that no war shall mar tho liitt
years pi nor reign, if it can be avoided
with honor. It may bo that dislatico
lends enohantment to the vlow, but it
Is certain that tho averago American
does not see tho British foreign policy
in any suoh rosy light: nor does he bo
lievo that tho Queen's wishes control
that policy to any marked extent. As
a matter of cold overy-day fact, thuio
to bo k vast wilderness, Ubod princisupply of raw material is practically
pally to shorten tho lives of Itussiaitaoxhausliblo and that tho fuel can bo
prisoners of stato, is now known to bjproduccd for 00 cents a ton. Tho
ono of tho linest agricultural rogionlpresent rotuil prico ot American coal
oneaith. A lato report to tho Statdn Canada is about JO a tod.
Department from the United State) "Much ado about nothing" describes
consul at Chemnitz, says: Siberia anclho amountXof newspaper spacousol
the Amur lands are rich beyond bolleflo discuss tho Nnw nnnnwm-n .
Their 5,214,1)50 square milss aro inhabjlor, directing Rear Admiral Schloy to
nuu uy umj -i.vw.vw i'oibuus. iu icioiu uimsoii in readiness to take corn
cent years, however, tho nHmber oand of the South Atlantic Squadron.
immigrants iw,w tast yum uipe department never assigns an ofll
been equaled only by tho tido whichor 0f Admiral Schloy's rank to any
poured into tho United States in thduty not desired, and if Admiral Snl.in
past. This vast territory, long lookecjoosn't wish this command, ho has on-
upon as a Darren waste, is ucstinea tor to arop tho hint, and tho order
boonoof the woi Id's richest and mosfssiguiug him to it will not bo Issum!.
productive soctions. Tho industries ojt is uot a raattor that will bo decided
Sidorla are in their infancy, still thojy tho newspapers, but by Admiral
nro growing and aro bound to grow, 9chloy.
rich nie tho rewards promised." Th -, t ,
wheat crop of Siberia ripens in 101 INAVALE.
days, against 137 days in norther ,... wii . ' .
France, and will someday becom , ,u" 1"1"iU uuo,ur "ow nu
enormous. o ono doubts that summer is gone.
If a report just made to the Depart "B- Ko,nfon , uovrbo Uob
ment of state, by tho United Stat8t "x,poct t0 et ,ota ' .rk
consul at Stratford, Canada, is nq ..
based upon oxaggorated inforinatior! ""IT PoPP " wifo havo loft Ina
itisoilva question of time whon tla'0.
has not been a single year of Queon market of coal from the United Stall! Mr. Eddy and family wont over Sun-
Victoria's long reign, not excepting will bo very poor in Canada, whero flay atiernoon to tho tabernacle meet
ing on Walnut crook and roport a fer.
vent meeting. Lot tho good work go
Mr. Holiday and fomlly havo moved
Floyd Pitnoy is clerking in the drug
storo during tho absonco of Mr. Wil
son who has gone to Lincoln.
Rov. Hussong will proach in the M.
E, church next Sunday afternoon.
Lewis Eddy camo homo from Frank
lin Friday night returning Monday
Thero was a runaway in 'town Sun
day morning. No sorious damage
A crowded chnrch did honor to Rev.
Blackwell's farowoll serman Sunday
Wcatborcold. Frost tho 20th.
Tho Stophons boys are threshing iu
Line this week.
David Trip, formerly of Red Cloud,
but now of northeastern Iowa, 'is call
lug on his old friends in Lino this woek.
Tho Sunaay school at Ponnv creek
Dist. No. 8, was organized last Sunday
Dy oiecung tno following officers: Mrs.
Aubushon, superintendent: E. W. An.
dorson, assistant; Charles Anderson,
treasurer; Miss Maysoloy, secretary
and Miss Jano Carpoutor assistant.
Ihobunday school at Pennv rrif
District No. 34 was closed for tho year
until tho first Sunday in April.
Ringling Brothers show was largoly
attended from Lino last wook and
everybody reports & good Jjmo.
Rev. Ferguson of Highland, Kansas,
was doing businoss in Line this wook
for Dr. Fink of Spring Dale, Pa.
Labon Aubusbon is on the sick list
Richard Keaglo of Wyoming will be
homo in tho near future.
Tho United Brethren will hold their
4th quarterly mooting on Walnut creek
District No. 0, Sept. 23d and 24th. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Albort Keaglo and wifo wore the
guosts of Frank VanDyko;8unday.
William Roscncrans and Luis Aubu
shon have returned from tho stroot
fair at Hastings and report a good
Fall seeding is tho order of the day.
Ed. Montford and wife were tho
guests of E. W. Andorson this week,
Geo. Montford and wifo havo re
turned from Grand Island and report
tho children getting along nicely.
Tho German Baptists or Dunkards
will hold their yearly JoTo feast at tho
chapel noar Rev. Noah Wagoners n
Sept. 23d and 24th. A onr,ii.i ..,.-
lion Is given to all.
Ho that any good would win"
should bo provided with good health
and overy ono who would havo good
honlth should remembor that puro, rich
blood is tho ilrst requisite. Hoods Sar
saparillo, by alvlnor irooil hinn.t .i
good health, has helped many a man
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