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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1900)
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KJ31 CLOUD, NK1J1JASKA, JAN. li, !!)()(),
THE BG STORE
Combining many lines of merchandise under the
same roof and management, our extra facilities for
handling merchandise in large quantities, our experi
enced bupers, BUYING and SELLING for CASH,
and our large and ever increasing business, enables
us to sell merchandise on a smaller marginthanmer-
r-iinntc rimiiinrr cinrrlf' litip nnrl flnimr credit liiminn;;.
We sell you high quality goods at prices asked by yi r0v. Geo. Hummeii of Red nioud
competitors for inferior grades. We guarantee sat- il ! ii"iiint ' is cr moot intent the M
isfaction or inoncj refunded.
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Oit m.i i-.i ici '.' m have pl'ieed a number f
pit 1 1 a hi ill i st ki"'U, wbii'i havo sold regtilai ly for t.'w
in ;iOe. Wi' 110 closing I In"") goods out at apodal
Iiii-i in irilfi tu in ikt iohiii lor new goods.
Regular 15c goods at gc.
Regular 20c goods at isAc.
Regular 25c goods at iSc
Regular 30c goods at 22c
A largo display of Black Dress Goods, liom inttus.
Serges, Cushmeres, Imported Novelties Crcpous and
liuntitify tlii' home.
(Jet one of our carpets. Wo
cairy tho largest stoeK 01 carpets 111 mo iicpuuiicau
valley. All carpets can bo made day of sale. Wo
guarantee lit as pur measurements given ii.
Cotton Ingrains at 25e, former prieo 40o.
Union Ingrains nt 35c, former price 50c.
Cotton arp, wool filling at 50c.
Two patterns nil wool carpet at 42Jc-
Extra Super nil wool nt 70c.
Special values in Brussels and Moquottcs.
Itir xit tar e .
Our largo show room full of goods, purchased bo
fore tho raise in price. Furniture purchnsod in carload
lots direct from tko factory. BOUGH'l AND SOLD
Bodroom Suites . .
Mr linriiigtoii sold a team last Satur
day in Bed Cloud for $100
The health on this creek is generally
good at present.
J. W. Corbet t is vi&iting his father
and other relatives in Illinois'.
111. VntiDyko and wife visited on
this creek last Sunday at V. 11. Sciiv-
Hog cholera has been raging south
of here though has done no damage as
yot in these paits
ng ascites ol meetings at the Ml
Hope school house.
ill we liavf nice weather for win
tei Hid -tit! are Innlleg nut manure
u IV' i l"g i'Kily fi r fm iniii);.
lUitty, Until dfu and wife of Red
CUmii' visited with tlielrohl friend and
neighber, Serivner, last Sunday.
Ben VntiDy ke of Oklahoma, who has
been visiting In our neighboi hood for
the pail month has tcturucd home.
('has. Arbuckle and J no. (lood aro
painting their barns this week. John
FoxnndGus Molinehave not painted
Al and V. 11. Scrivncr each lost ,1
line mart! last week, one with lung
(ever and the other by having its leg
cut almost oil' on tho barb wire, and
still a man trying to grow a hedg
fence is laughed at.
Several farms have recently changed
hands. Samuel Mountford lias bought
tho Fisher farm, F. L. Smith tho JCmnm
Barrett 80, Herb Barber tho Charles
Barrett eighty,and Chns. Bnrrott lias
the Barney Ring 100 northwest of Jas.
$!) 23 to $18 00
3 50 to
8 00 to
10 00 to
5 00 to
1 00 to
1 25 to
G 85 to
2 50 to
Novelties in Shelves, Wall-pocket Mirrors, etc.
The best values in all cloth shades, with and with
out fringe, complete with spring rollers, ten colors at
30o to 00c.
Wa have open stock patterns that we havo sold
very low on. Wo havo decided to close them out and
replace with new patterns. In face of the ndvancoin
this lino, the following numbers are exceptional values.
Brown Print Pattern, 100 pioco sot, regular price
$0 00, special prico $0,00.
Bluo print pattern, English ware, 100-piece set,
regular prico 110 00, special priee $7.90
Ameiicnn Filled-in and Gold Traced im ferns, 100
piece sots, regular price $13 50, specinl pi ice 0 50.
Special values in 0 and 10-picco toilet sets, glass
ware, nnd 100-pieco Sronstono dinner set.
Tho most up-to-dato grocery store in town. Our trade in this
department hns doubleirduring tho past yonr. Highest iitnlity and
lowest prico our standard . A few of our regular prices; eonipaie
14 bnrs Magnot soap -jo
11 cars Santa Claus soap 25c
4 cakes Toilet soap.. 5o
1 can Snlmon JJc
Corn or Gloss Stnrah 3o
Lemon extract, 2 oas 4c
Vnnilla extract, 2 o.s 4c
Mixed candy o
Stick enndy. 71
Extra Fancy Prunes, !l lbs
Boston Baked Beans
One can Jam
Stnr tobacco, per pound
111) can Bnking Powder, war
Weather warm and frosty.
L. A. llaskins is on the sick list this
Suhnol in Dist 8 will commence tho
lirst of February.
Some talk of a wolf hunt on tho state
lino iu the near future.
Bonj. VnnDyku has returned to bis
home in Fountain, Oklahoma.
Mr. Marker hns leased tho Wm. Rob
one r.in's faim for this season.
Andrew Soderlind has leased tho J.
C. Wolf farm forifty dnllnra cash.
Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge were tho
guests of Mr. Scrivncr last Sunday.
Rev. II. II. llaskins is uttending tho
revivals at Peach croek iu Franklin
Miss Ida llorton will preach at the
Pleasant Dale school house next Sun
day at 7:30 p 111.
Ike Boiden's boy was kicked with u
shot gun ope day Ibis week and was
laid upas a result.
Mr. Graham after spending a few
days'with friends iu thif vicinity has
returned to his home in Oklahoma.
Rev. (5. W. llnmmell commenced a
series of meeting!, at Mt. Hope, Kan
sas, which will continue for some time.
Good Bulk Coffeo, guaranteed bettor than packago coffee at 10c, 12J
Got a sample pnekngo of Winslow, Rand As WnUon's celebrated
collets. The linest on tho market.
Special values In BottloTickles, Chow Chow, Onions, Catsup,
etc. Wo recently purchnsed a large order of these goods at a spetial
prico. Guaranteed tho host. Wo plnco thorn on sale at 10c.
l'gallon pall svrup 35c.
City Dray and Express Line,
E, Jn. ROSS. PROP.
red to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
Mrs. Stnelser and her mother woro
visiting iu tho country Thursday.
Herbert Luce expects to inova to In
avnle some time in tho near future.
Dr. Myers is being kept very bit3j
these day with so many sick peoplo.
Mabel Kddy loft Tuosday for Ash
Creek where she will visit for a week
Mrs. yuivoy was in Inavalo Tuesday
looking after the intorests of her
Philo Eddy has completed his salo
and his lire ltttlu fruit farm U now tho
property of Herbert Luce.
Every tine having thuir pictures
taken at Luce's studio nnd those who
have stamps ttiKcn aie pretty sure to
Ralph Hunter was taken sick Wed
nesday wjth a culd which settled on
liinluug IU was tumble to go tu
schftul and has hern qtiite Mok.
Thursd-tv ii'li Gi'iimlcre Miliar be.
UamuMtiitiij ni. Mm hail six iafiiiis
Mr. Livingstone is improving.
John Piel is kept busy shelling corn.
Mr Rowland wi s busy on Monday
helping Mr. West haul hay.
Why does Mr. McCoy handle Mt
many rooking chairs lately?
Mr. .Waterbttry ami lady weie viit-
ing Willi Mr. McCoy on Wednesday.
Miss Rowland and Mrs W titnlitit
atidchildieu visitml with thu Jones'
at Pauline last Sunday.
On Monday night there was a grand
dance lit the Schiiman hall after the 1.
O. O. K. bad ailjuirned.
On Ti.esd iy evening tho. Ladies Aid
Soeiwty uf 1 In- M E chinch gave tin
ori -npiiM', it t i.tnff 111 the ueiuh-
b th'a t im d'-d-iii after p-tying 1 x-
1'elei Puigb, hu old sett hi' of IVnii 0
(ietn, iHiii'd away Inst Sunday even
ing aliOtit (I iim. 'l'ltc lemtiitis weio
taken to lit" old home in Illinois to bu
interieil 'lite widow intends to re
main In Illinois after the funeral and
make that place her future home.
On Sunday afternoon and evening
thu Sunday school workers of the sur
rounding country of Webster and
Adams counties met and had a grand
Sunday school convention in the Meth
odist church in Blue Hill. A number
from Pauline and neighborhood were
V.rJoKoontz was shelling corn for
E. W. Copolan Wednesday.
Mrs. C. H. Wilson is able to bo up
again after a short sick spell.
Frank Sadiiek and family Sundaycd
with Chas. Ducock and family.
From the report wedding bells mo to
ring iu this vicinity before long.
Paul Bretthauer was in Kearney
county tho fore part of this week.
Rev. Dean commenced brotrnctcd
meeting Sunday evening nt Dist. 14.
A. Phillips was down to Red Cloud
Monday with three loads of fat hogs.
Peter Nolson shelled several hun
dred bushels of corn for Otto Jenson
Born on tho 12th of January to Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Bcun, a boy, Cigars
nre in order.
Peter Jenson has hud a new well
bored on his farm nnd put up n new
wind mill also.
Louis Eppers from near Upland,
Franklin county, was in this locality
the lirst of this weok.
Several of our neighbors from this
locality attended the wolf hunt Wed
nesday in Potsdam township.
C. F. Kelly and family from near
Riverton were visiting in this vicinity
Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Mary Beau.
Miss Katy Johnson from Koarioy
county was a pleasant guest at Mr.
Bretthauer's the latter part of last
Tho spoiling school nt tho Harris
school house Tuesday evening was a
grand success. Miss Graco llarring
ton was the champion speller. Homer
Kinsel is teaching thoro this winter.
Ed. Trobnrt is sick nt Chris. Buddors.
Hale Lamb of North Branch wau
1). O. Leith is buying horses hero
again this week.
I. B, Colvin wns over to Cowles on
J. W. Bcetnan wns over from Noith
(). I). Hedge of Retl Cloud wns in
Jnmes Greon formerly of this place
was in town Friday.
H. G. Bnylcs has gone to St. Edward,
Nebraska, to wrk.
Stewart Albright is iu town this
week selling pUinos.
Kd. Parker was nt Red Cloud to sea
tltu poultry Inst week.
We aro informed tho Knapl ,''"g
tore will uUango hands svou.
lUny Palmer brother of Agent Otis
sel'i wife is here on :tvisit.
" J p fi , j k,y
There arc many
brands of baking
u Roval Baking
is recognized at once as the
brand of great name, the powder
of highest favor and reputation.
Everyone has absolute confi
dence in the food where Royal
Pure and healthful food is a
matter of vital importance to
Royal Baking Powder
assures the finest and
most wholesome food.
There arc many, imitation baking
powders, made from alum, mostly
- "' sold cheap. Avoid them, as they
make the food unwholesome.
OVAt BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAMS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
Wm Sawiuri up in Stillwater iiru-
and but lui .m iiineh niilofJJr. Mjers I emit tin week moving a house for R
would havi dit d. .Sim Has pneumonia I R. Thompson
o Mm lungs. I Aiiiiiowk.
Tho wolf hunt wns n fraud.
Miss Clnrn Mnlick of Cowles was
hero Inst week.
Mrs. Ball of Akron, Colorado is hero
visiting old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Frisbio were visiting
a'. Bluo Hill last Sunday.
Claud Barber and wife spent Mon
day evening nt A, R. Salndon's.
Don't forgot tho povorty soclnl next
Thursdny ovenlng at G. W. Baker's.
Misses Alta anil Ida Baker were
shopping in Guide Ruck ono day last
Thu Ladles Union Society met with
Mrs. Chas. Rasser Wetlnesday afternoon.
Anthony Greon and sister of Bluo
hil were tho guests of Mrs. C. II. Fris
Al Hayes and Milton Fnirlield of
Guide Rock were visiting at G. W. Ba
ker's Monday evening.
Vow air axed to a1 soihul that the
Ladies Union Society air goin to hav
at G. W. Baker's lions Thursdny nite
January 'JHtli. Evry woiuun thot kums
mtitft ware a kaliker dress and apum
or Mimthlu' ekeily aproprict. Awl
men thot kmn inns' ware thece old
close and kolored blunts and stand-up
kolers will be aloud to kitni. Thez
hear rules will bu Inforsed to the loter,
and if tha air broke a lino of 5 cents
must be payed for each broken law.
Fin, will Im impo.od on jtiolry, sitlo
combs ami kriniucd bare. Tho hoshul
k'liniiiitU) wilt inii'odnstt str
ami Ink afui Irflilul fellttts
S ili Uoineiii iifme M o'klm k p ID if we
gil 1li.li in tyilll. Vlltels, J'tjel
biead, pikuU, pi and kake ami kill'y
Cum witii, kum awl.
OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 7 P.M.
OUH KNTIItK SIOOK OK
J WARM LINED SHOES, f
HEAVY GLOVES and
IIKKOlU: KKIIHUAUV 1st.
Sale Commences Nowl
3 January 12 th.
J Having bought heavily for tho fall's i
i trade, all of Stock is new nnd
All new gootls must go at a groat
sacrilice. litis la a genuine clos-
iig out salo of those lines
whereby groat bargains
aro to be had.
ALL AUK IKVITKl) TO ATTKNI)
mu.Berg c& Smith,
FIRST CLASS SHOEMAKER
AT YOUR SERVICE,
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