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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 18.
Special lQDay's Sale!
From November 3d to 13th.
About 500 Jackets and Capes left
Tnat we will offer at greatly
reduced prices during
We know that every lady like? to ho well dressed and with our enormous
stock w j m e prep ireil to please tho most fastidious.
LIN1NCF PRBB-With null drofs pnttoru atGOc per yard or over
wo win give free (i yaids s-l.lrt liulng, 2 yards waist lining and II
yards of duck.
Winter is upon us nntl now is tho time to got onto our blanket prices. The
prices of our blankets urnko our competition look wiso and
say nothing. We aro conlidout we can savo
you 35 per cent on blankets.
Cotton Blankets from 39c to $1.50.
All Wool Blankets from $3.00 to $7.00.
Bed Comforts, tilled with cotton and covered with good material in choico
patterns, either quilted or tufted, largo alxos, at very modoruto
prices. Now is a good timo to make selections.
MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Wo havo undor-
wear that wo urn suro will plenso you in stylo, quality and price.
Now is tho time to buy as wo have a number of special
values that you are not liable to lind when tho
season is under way.
We aro astonishing tho people on Outing Flannels. Our stock is tho largest
and most cnmpleto in the city.
STOCKINGS AND SOCKS GIVEN AWAY. Willi each pair of shoes at
over 52 00 we will give free one pair of 25o hose, and with eanh pair
of hose under Ss.OO wo will give one'pair of 10a hose.
IMCittens tiiacl Gloves.
Wo can please you in this line. Without boasting wo havo tho largest ami
best line of Mittens and gloves over shown in Red Cloud.
Wo lead! We don't only meet competition. WE LEAD.
TW W 4W 40 4
can easily be made 'be reverse by n J
slight strain and iiIium No organ
of the human lyMem will snap so
quickly as the ey.. Work wont
; hurt it. c
Abase Kills It
t'l'ako the Jewelers mid Eugrnvers
eye It ttoos tne vi ry nun
J of work early and lute.
dust kind 4
J Constant Glass Pro-
I tection Saves It. J
We have helped other eyes. Wo J
iiil lirij jwhi.1i q
Newhouse Bros., j
I Bring ui jour Watch. Clock and JowcJry 4
ft work. We do the best work. 4
ft Leave your orders with us when 4
P wanting n nice hair chain braided. J
Jewelers and Opticians.
J, O. WILES, Prop.
Buy a Cooper wagon.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall papor at cost at Taylor's.
Tho Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for $1.20.
Robt. T. Pottor was in Lincoln this
A. J. Hayes of Guido Rock was bore
Miss Dollio Shephordson of Rivcrton
was hero Tuesday.
Earl Pond took a snap shot of tho
Relief Corps last Saturday.
Tho host is the choapost. Get a
Cooper wagon at Petorson's.
All kinds of robes at Fogel & Hutch
ison's, Red Cloud and Cowles.
Jay Pope loft Wednesday morning
for Lincoln whoro ho has secured a
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eddy of Innvalo
were in the city last Friday, the guests
of Mrs. E. Knight.
You can always lind what you want
in tho meat lino at Warren's market.
Fresh llsh ovory Friday.
CD. McMillan arrivedhcro Satur
day night from Genova and sponttho
week hero with tho folks.
Bonj. F. Woodhead from near Law
rence was in the city tho first of tho
week ank mado this oflico n pleasant
1 havo just unloadcd-a car of Cooper
wagons. These- wagons woro bought
for cash and tho price is right. James
A. G. Storrs, of Omaha, manager of
the Nebraska Telephone Company was
here tho first of the week looking after
tho company's interests.
Having decided to close out my busi
ness in this city I offer my entire stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains and wall
paper at cost. F. V. Taylor.
Lloyd Crablll accidentally shot his
valuable bird dog Monday while out
hunting. The animal was so badly
iajured that ho had to bo killed.
Tho afternoon and evening meetings
at the Methodist church ore growing
vorv interesting. People know not
how much thoy loso in staying away
Mrs. Smolsor, mother of Frank and
Georpo, had tho misfortuno Tuesday to
full and break hiT left arm at tho
wrist. Dr. L. H. Bok was called and
j reduced tho fracture.
Carpets at cost at Taylor's.
Furniture at cost nt Taylor's.
Heaters in endless variety a W. W.
A. M. Walters of Blue Hill was hero
SFIuo Toacbert Bibles for $100 nt
Ed. Garbor was up from Guide Rock
Miss Agnes Cllnkcrbenrd of Rivcrton
was horo Thursday.
Some now patterns of wall paper
just received at Cottings.
Lnrgost lino of heaters in tho vnlloy
at Wright's hnrdwaro store.
Floronco Sawytr of Inavalo was
shopping in tho city Wednesday.
U. Adamson and J C. Wallor wore
In tho city tho fore part of tho week.
M. Storn of Chicago, owner of tho
"rookery" svas hero tills weok looking
after his property.
Fur robes, goat robes, dog robes,
buffalo robes, and in fact all kinds of
robes, at J. O. Butler's.
Miss Edua Henderson has accepted
a position in the dry goods department
nt Turnure Bros., store.
W. N. Boynton of Manchester, Iown,
was hero this weok looking after his
property interests hero.
Considerable money changed hands
horo as a result of tho election and a
a numbtr havo cigars to burn.
Al. Frame is putting a now founda
tion under his residence on Seward
street and otherwise fixing up.
QMrs. 11 A. Medina left Wednesday
morning on the early morning trnin
for Wayne, Nebraska, on a visit.
If you want anything in the lino of
horse blankets or robes call on Fogel &
Hutchison, Red Cloud unit Co vies.
I. P. McClintock who purchased a
rosldenoeon Sowaid street is beauti
fying tho same by a new coat of paint.
Grandma Smelser who is stopping
with her son George in this city, bad
the misfortune to fall and bread hut
arm the foro part of the week.
Walt Warren and wifo of Suporior
were horo the last of tho weok visiting
with J. W. Warren and family and re
turned to their home on Mnndny.
Mrs. Margaret McGrow who has
beon visiting with her sisters Miss
Grace and Miss Tillio McClelland re
turned to her home at Shickley, this
James Bnwron has purchased tho
I ivory barn and a part of the stock and
equipment of C. T. Hazolton and will
continue tho business hero. Mr. Haz
olton will remove from hero to Hast
ings. A number' of the friends of Miss
Mary Miksoh assembled nt tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Miksch on last
Monday night nnd gave her a ploasa'nt
surprise in honor of- her twentieth
Tho services at the christian church
will bojenhnnccd under tho best ITorts
of tho splendid voices of Mrs. Nora
Graves-Clark, soprano; Miss Edna
Houdorson, alto; Henry J. Clnrk, tenor
nnd John Dickerson, bass.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postoflicc at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending Nov. 9th,
Burt, Mrs, Hughes, O. A.
Dine, Ben King, Geo. F.
Dice, Sydney Reynolds, C. J.
Speuce, Chas. For Mrs. G. H.
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter oflico Nov. 23d, if not called for
before. When calling for above please
say advertised. T, C. Hackeu, P. M.
Made si Ij bahif tul to f
If you hare the oorn
we can supply tha
CATTLE. Our In
terest Rate the Low
est. Our Services are
the Best. Write us.
Roomi 73, 74, 73, Llvs Steele
Exchange. Button "A."
Kansas City. Mt. '
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders ore the greatest
menacers to health of the present day.
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GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Everything nt cost at Taylor's.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
E. E Burr of Guide Rock was here
Charley Buschee of Guido Rock was
"Mrs. P. A. William of Rivcrton wns
They are tho leaders. Cooper
wagons nt Petorson's.
Robos, robes, robes. All kinds of
robes at J.O. Butler's.
Get Wright's prices ami soo his lino
boforo you got n heater.
J. R. Groonhnlgh of Cowles was
down the first of tho week.
Attorney Blncklcdgo nnd wifo were
visiting in Franklin this week.
See the "American" hog fence at
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
All kinds of light harness at Fogel &
Hutchison's, Red Cloud ami Cowles.
Walter Rohy sells the Singer sewing
machine. Prices right. (Jet the best.
Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Moth
odlst church will meet witli Mis. Rust
on Saturday afternoons.
Mrs. John Walker of RurrOak, Kan
sas, was horo tho last of the weok
shopping with our merchants.
MKs Edith Palmer who has been In
Franklin for several mouths past re
turned homo Thursday morning.
Mrs. Geo. Blair who has been visit
ing for a number of weeks in Illinois
roturncd homo Tuesday evoninp.
Leonard Smith who is now living in
Omaha emtio down Sunday night, to
visit with tho folks hero and to vote.
Loggins and driving mitts, just tho
thing to keep out tho cold, full linn at
Fogel & Hutchison's, Red Cloud nnd
Rev. G. W. Hummel will preach
next Sunday, Nov. 19th, at Mt. Hope,
Kansas, at 10 c 'clock n. in. and nt tho
McCall school ltotiso at 8:30 p.m.
Tho different successful candidates
woro treatol to soronades Thursday
night by Grico's Concert band and In
return tho candidates did tho right
tiling with tho boys.
Now that election is over, hasty
worda spoken during the campaign
should bo forgotten and forgiven.
There nro some who have not got it in
their naturo to do this but wo hope
they nro few.
Mrs. Lamout M. Holdon, formerly
Miss Louti Bellows, and n resident of
this city for n number of years, arrived
In tho city Wednesday and is tho guest
of Dr. Damerell and wifo. Her homo
now is at St. Paul, Minnesota.
A lettor lately recoivod by W. J.
Perry from his son Charlie who is liv
ing in Cuba states that ho is getting
along nicely, likes tho country nnd
that ho -vas married to a Cuban girl on
October 23, Ho expects to make n
visit to this placo during the heated
torm next summor.
Tho following item clipped from tho
Stnto Journal of Novombor Oth, tells of
the wedding of a former popular and
well known pastor of tho Baptist
church of this city. "A rathor quiet
wedding occurred Inst Wednesday
which will bo of interest to tho friends
of the couple in university circles. C.
R. Welden of the class of '05 and Mablo
E. Cushman of the class of '08 woro
married at tho homo of tho brido in
this city. Mr. Welden is pastor of the
Baptist church at Wayno, Nebraska
nnd Miss Cushman is tho daughtorof
Mr. and Mrs. K. Cushman. Mr, and
Mrs. Welden will be at homo to their
friends at Wayno after November 20."
James Peterson has closed a doal by
which ho comes into possession of tho
M. Stern property at the corner of
Fourth avenue nnd Webster street,
commonly known ns tho "rookery."
Ills to bo hoped that now that this
proporty has changed hands somo ar
rangements can bo made whereby the
old structure may bo torn down nnd
a brick put up in its place. The old
structure is so badly shattered and do
cayed that it would not bo policy to fix
it up. A good brick building placed
there could be rented at good rentals
from basement to the top story. Wo
would rather see it stand as ij. is than
mo it patched up.
We warn you
that the best line
of Overcoats ever
brought to this town
is to ho found nt
wo uro showing nn
AUBURN MELTON all
wool, satin lined sleeve,
sold ovory where for from
$12.00 to $11.00.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Nebraska Mercantile Co.
These (prices prove this is the best and most economical
place to buy in Red Cloud.
Unmatchablc Bargains in every department which will surely
interest every person in Red Cloi:d and vicinity.
Ladies Ready-to-Wear Garments,
Our phenomenal large selling In this department is the inevitable result of
SUPERIOR STYLES & UNMATCHABLE BARGAINS.
These facts will be demonstrated hero during this snlo in a moro forclblo
manner than ovor boforo.
SPECIAL SHOWING In Plush Cnpos at from $1,150 to 818.00.
SPECIAL SHOWINGof Iho nowest Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, $3.50 to $13.00.
SPECIAL SHOWING of Children's Jackets al 91.G0 to $5.00.
tXf) Lades' Soal Plush Capes mado from tho celebrated Snltz Soal Plush,
-'x'' guaranteed guaranteed to tho wearer by tho Saltz Co., F. E. Kipp,
president. These garments aro twonty-oight inches long and well lined and
Interlined. Nicely and fully trimmodwith Black Martin Fur. Frll HOO
this special event wo plnco them on sale at . . . ptJV
This is without question the greatest bargain over offered in this class of gar
ments, as thoy would ho considered good value at double the price. This
means a saving of about half tho price on this ono item nlono.
CARPETS, CURTAINS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Wo aro showing values in these lines that aro money savers.
35c Ingrain CarpotH nt20c.
4oc Ingrain Carpets at 80c.
COc hall wool Ingrain Carpets at. 40c.
All Wool Ingrain Carpots al 48c.
70c best all wool Ingrain carpots at 60c.
65c Tapostry Brussels at 50c.
OOo and $1,00 Velvot Carpets 05c.
$1.85 Axminstor nnd Moquettes at 05o
G footSmyrnn Rugs nt $1.50. Floor oil cloth at 25o nnd 85o por squnro yard.
Now Window Shades on Spring Rollers at 10c, 15c, 25o OOo and 85o.
Now Laco'.Cnrtains nt special bargain prices, 50c, 05o, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1 50
Now Portlor Curtains at $2.00, $3.50 and up to $5.00.
50 - Ladies - Astrakhan - Bouole - Capes.
Regular $7.00 values, placed on sale at $3.98.
These garments are 80 inches long, lined and interlined. Nicely trimmed both
culler and down tho front. This is indeed a great bargain.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS.
At $1.25, $1 50, $3.00, $3.50' $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and up to $14.00. Well
mado and Latost stylos.
SPECIAL - UNDERWEAR - SALE.
A 4- OQn For this special sale ono casa men's wool fleeced shirts and draw
JXh HXJKj orfl pBCcd od sale ac 80o.
Aicrtn For thli spooial sato ono case of Mon's regular 75o undorwoar
JXlt OULi placed on sale at50o.
A -f Ofn Onucas of Ladies' oxtra hoavy ribbed pants aud vesU placod on
JXh 'Si'l,,,,!,, ftt 25c, worth nearly doublo tho money.
At 2Sfi Boys' Camol's Hair or Fleecsd Shirts or drawers placed on sale
A Rn rien Qin fifl oh esifi Children's patural grey vests and
At oo, rise ato ed,ua buso PantB nt 6o for ze 18( 8o rIia
oach size. Children's beavv ribbed or floeced vests and pants ot lOo for sina
10, So rise per size.
Ladles', Misses aud Children's Onoita Combination Suits at bargain prices.
Thoy aro tho best.
Oue new lino of Ladies' wool underwear nt 60j, 75o and $1.00 aro the best
values over shown.
NEBRASKA MERCANTILE CO.
ALFRED HADELL, Manager,
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