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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1900)
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IlED CLOUD, NEISRASKA. MAV4, 1J)0(),
The Big Store
Is quoted from one end of th country to the other
as the store of the largest varieties. It is the
basis of comparisons, the measure of money's
worth; the store tliat is popular because it is the
embodiment of every factor of superlativencss.
We have steured the agency for the celebrated
lino of Ladies High Grade Shoes, "The American
Girl." The laUf t in style. The highest in quality;
uniform price, $2.00 every style. We place these
goods on sale In about 10 days.
Wolf Hros lino of medium price shoes excel all
Special offer, mannish toes, $2 00 por pair.
Vesting top, foxed kid, $2.00 per pair.
Special values at 81..10 and 51.75 per pair.
Our carpet department ha showing of tho sun
sun's bt'st styles. It is not Mylo ulono that mak'B our
carpet room attractive, hut combined with economi
cal prices it has enabled us to win such large patron
age for tliis department. We guarantee lit. Make
carpets same day of sale We sell direct from the
pieco which means that wc can prico you carpets
from re to ITn per yard cheaper than others.
Ingrains, 25c, :10c, -10c.
Cotton warp, wool tilling, 50c and 55c.
Extra supers, all wool, 70c.
Moquettes, Axminster and Brussels $1 per ynrdi
Moquctte, Axminster nnd brussels made with tr
Low prices aro hotter than arguments. Our
values do their own talking. They appeal with
stronger force to the economical buyer than pages of
talk with nothing to back it.
L.L. muslin at 5c.
Lonsdale muslin 7J
Shirting 5c, 7c, 8c, 10.', 12Jc unit loo.
Calicoes to, 5c, GV, 7c to 13J
A 1$. C. Germ-in calicoes at Sc.
Wo buy direct from the factory. No middle-man's
profits. Wo ship in carloads only. The reasou we
can mako these prices.
Kitchen chairs 50c each.
Full si.-) kitchen cupboard, $5.00.
Iron Heels, $i.
Lounge, $S 00.
Ono set eaneseat diners, 5 50.
We make no claims we cannot substantiate.
Declare no value wc cannot show.
I MINER BROS., I
$, Red Cloud, Nebraska. $j
LUMBER and COAL
B till dine: material, Etc.
red Cloud. - - Nebraska
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" Ifc H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many of yon hnve lost ttio pries of this Rnitliia In ono day on Account of In
sufficient wlwl to nperaio your wlml mill, iruvliiic jour h toe It without water, (let ono
now to do your immpliiK wlitm tlioro In no wind or to ilo It n .-ularlv. Weutlior ilous not
iillcct IIh work, hot or cold, rl or dry, wind or calm, It is ii lliu same to this machine,
Will iiImi hIiuII corn, urlnd ford, saw wood, churn lmttor and Is liandy for a hundred otliur
Joh-i, in th 1iuiio or on tin) farm. Costs nuiliing tu lcp mIiom not worlilnir. mid nly 1
to a rpiiift pt'r li'-ur wlii'K worklnir. shipped pniiipMiiiy tt up, rnnily to tun, no founda
tion lidded, u Kii-iit lalxir niii) money -mvi-i- Id-quires practically no attontlon, ami lit
atisolutt'ly wife. Wo tnnkii nil etta uT luMillnn CiiKliu-s. iroin 14 to7&lioru jiowor. Wrlto
.. or elruuliir and special prleex.
X Fairbanks, worse dt co omaHfl, Neb.
Dr. Hall made a trip to Blue Hill
O. A. Whelnn put down n now well
(or Kov GrandstafT last wcok.
Mrs. Will Hnrtlettof Cnnipboll visit
ed with Grandma Hnrtlett Friday.
C. K. Hicks put up a wind mill on
Mr. Holton's farm northwest of town.
Wnrrrn Davis and wife nnd Mrs. Will
Davis wcro passengers to Hluo Hill
John Nevil and John Orecdotu" two
of Campbell's business men drove Into
Gib Keith of Holdrcgo spent last
Thursday nnd Friday with his parents
north of town.
J. E. Yost shipped live cars of stock
to St Joe Tuesday morning, John go
ing to the city with them.
C. E. Hicks, L. B. and W. E. Tnornc,
nro attending the republican state con
vention at Lincoln this week.
It has rained in theso parts nearly
every day sinco Easter, but wc don't
complain of having too much wet.
Willie Hoffman, brother of Mrs. Will
ltiggin, who was well known here,
died at Dlller, Saturday, April 21st.
Mrs. J. E. Yost and childien left
Monday for the eastern part of this
state "-iierc she will spend a couple of
weeks with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. l'helps of Hoseland
drove down Sunday. Mr. l'helps has
charge of the drug store during Mr.
Hicks' absence at the state convention
Mr, Kerr and family of Lawrence
emtio hero this week to tako charge of
the B. X- M. station at this place Wo
welcome Mr. Kerr and family into our
The rain tho past week made our
citizens feel like sowing grass seed and
setting out trees. Bladen will have
ono of the nicest main streets in this
section of the state when tho trcesgrow
up that have been set in front of the
stores. TliH is a great improvement
and will ndd much to our village.
Mr. 1). P. Kimmel who has been
station agent ill this place for the past
ten years, has in railroad parlance,
"oocn canned." He was a man who
was always at his post and attended
strictly to business, ami we regret that
hehas lost his position. Hois unde
cided as to what he will do.
Last Friday evening tho Bladen band
went over to Cnnipboll to give a con
cert. After driving in their city, thoy
found that tho peoplo had combined
to "freeze them out," thoy soon took
in the situation nnd refused to give the
concert. When tLo Campbell Drama
tic troupe (V) comes to Bladen with
ono of their 'Jx-l plays, they expect tho
patronage of the people, and the peo
ple have always been generous in this
way, but tho discourtesies shown the
band shuws.how well they appreciate
Henderson the dentist is here thi
Leith the hor.se buyer U hero this
Grandma Watt is very low.
Leo Detour lost a horse last week.
Jerome Vance has purchased somo
lots hero and will build soon.
J. S. Largent's imported ahiro horse
died the tirst of the week.
A. Jack is now to be found at I. B,
Henry Bird nnd Miss Mabel Hutch-
iuson were married Thurstlay night.
Henry Brubaker wns in town Wed
nesday. A.J. Hayes nnn I. W. Crary aro at
tending the convention at Lincoln this
Lovitt and Kirk pat rick had a colt
break its neck tho other day.
BARGAIN - SALE.
Prom Saturday, April 28th until Saturday Night
May 5th, 1900.
TAILOR MADK SUITS at Wholesale prices and less. Our suits are ail this
season's styles and we will not ask more than manufacturer's cost for any of
them and part of them will be sold at less than cost during this sale.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS.- We have a large stock of new silks for waists and
to move them quickly we will reduce the price from 10 to 20 per cent. FOR
THIS SALE ONLY.
We have secured 200 yards of good quality Oil Cloth at a bargain. This oil cloth
is in 1 to 3 yard lengths and will not be cut. Price for this sale 100 yards at
12 cents. 100 yards at 15 cents.
We secured 450 yards of a new dress fabric in Linen and silk mixture at about
one half its worth, and during this sale only we sell it at 17c. Worth 30c.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Just received another large invoice of muslin and
cambric underwear at exceptionally low prices.
Special values in Ladies Ribbed Vests at 5c, Sc. 10c, 22c, 15c and iSc.
vi Fifty 10-yafd Dress Patterns at 25e Each. 0lte$
.ittern sold to
ii't Special prices on ladies' and children's Fine Shoes and Oxfords during this sale.
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v e iiuve ti cuiiiptijiv: nur ti i-muw, oeiuy t.v u h. iitme rinu onous ami
Oxfords as well as Hamilton-Brown Shoe Go's.
WASH SKIRTS AND SUITS. Our slock is larger
ever had in Linen and Duck Suits and Skirts, and we
We have 15 samples of Brussels, Moquettes and Axminster Carpets in i and iA
yard lengths that we will sell at oSc. .
INGRAIN CARPETS at 25c, 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c and 65c per yard which is from 5c
to ioc per yard less than others are asking for the same grades.
GROCERIES. Your attention is called to our dried fruit department. Fancy
mil better than we have
can save you money in
evaporated California Peaches at ioc; Extra fancy Evaporated California
peaches at I2jc; Raisins fancy, Sultana's .j lbs. for 25c; Fancy Prunes 5c;
Evaporated Apples 10c; three cans solid pack Tomatoes, 25c; Sorghum, good
cooking, 25c; Sauer Kraut 25c per gallon.
The inconvenience it caused to our customers who could not get waited on the
past few Saturdays annoyed us more than it could you and we have
made arrangements for extra help to meet the increasing trade, .which is 33
per cent over last year.
TURNURE - BROTHERS
"BIO 1MAI:i$ STORE."
I The republican state convention met
a Lincoln Wednesday anil nominated
a winning linkot headed by C. II. Diet-'
1 k)i (-it ui-riinr 'lb" delegates-lit-
1 ir" K HuM'water and John
M. liiuiAionof Douglas John I1.M--llij.of
Lancaster and John A. Klir J
jhardt of Stanton.
The Farmers (lataal Insaranee Go.
Has over $34,000,000 Insurance in force with 10,000 members.
Over 300 policies in Webster county.
Organized in 1891.
The cost of carrying $1,000 combined insurance in this company for 9
has been $19, which is less than one-half of Old Line Insurance.
No Otiier Agent Represents This Company in Webster County.
The German Insaranee Co
of IiVeeiort, Illinois.
Is the largest Old Line company in the west.
Organized in 1865 and has paid over .$12,000,000 in losses.
No company is more prompt in paying claims against it.
For particulars call on or write to
O. C.TEEL, Agent
SUCCESSOR TO CHARLES SCHAFFNIT.)
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