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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1900)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUNE 15, 11)00,
iissssafpi ALM0ST 0TTEN-
The fig Store.
Our prices stand fearless and alone, despite the
frutile attempts of imitators and followers
to reach them.
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A Imlo of satisfaction gleams irom
tho eye of every customer.
Because we give them better bar
gains for less money than they
get at others special closing out
sales. . ,
All go at ono-third off marked price.
We did not buy the "cheap John"
closing out, special sale kind, but
if you want something good at a
special suits unto
we close out our line at ONE-THIKD off.
FABRICS FOR Wash Goods.
Aimiili la quid wllfltl our com
petitor's ctiRtomets tell us we
imrn tint ho.qt and most beau-
tlful lino at the most socrilic
DIMITIES. ) r- .
organdies, OneThird Off.
UCnxiiy? j j5C values at i2c.
These goods cannot be reeplaced on today's market
at tho prices quoted, nevertheless we would
rather count money than goods.
L.L. yard wide unbleached muslin 40.
Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdale 7c.
Extra value bleached muslin 6c.
A good Apron Check Gingham 4c,
10 yards good calico 32c.
This lot contains 2000 yards taken from our stock.
Many pieces nro regular 7c values.
this vicinity, jm
tho cannon ciack- SJfe
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Incidents ol Every Day Life 'Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account ol Their Littleness
Did you ever notice how pretty a lot
of rose bushes look' when they nro all
in bloom. They look tempting even if
thev aro over a fence People have
been known to climb a fence at night to
got at a ntco rose bush. However somo
neonlo would live in a placo lor a hun-
died years and never have u roso bush
around them. If the re is anything that
makes a crowd of young fellows feel
good it is to drivo tweuty or thirty
mile to fro "llshitm" and then have
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some one steal tuo "oau. n nniKea
them feel liko joining tho A. S. L.
This week is institute week and school
"inarms" aro thicker than fiddlers in
Kansas. There- wns a pleasant rain
the first day of tho institute. How-
ever that didn't hurt the attendance
nnv Wn lhinlc Webster countv has
cot as snrv and good looking a lot of
school "marms" as over handled a rod
of correction. This dou't apply to tho
"irs."-Tho people of this city will
probably celebrate at tho neighboring
towns thi9 vcai There will bo no
dearth of celebrations in
Tho email boy anil
er tiro already with
cjnn nni week from Mondat and nl
though it is only an equity term it
promises to bo nn interesting one-
Several parties aro billed to give their
views on the question "Is Marriago A
Failure?" Probably it is in somo cases
or at least one would think so niter
looking over the court docket. This is
the time of year when h keeps the
farmers a humpin' to get ahead of the
weeds. They cant oven find time to
como to town and do their trading.
And theso are also tho days when the
water commissioner is always pleased
to meet tho patrons-of tho city water
system. They all meet him with a
kind H) wjrd or a club. He is prob-
ably tho most popular man in town.
Somo peoplo appear to think that bo-
causo no is also marsnni no uugiu iu
stand and listen to all their troubles.
The water commissioner has enough
troubles of his own. Tell your's to
the north wild alderman. Some fel
lows nro so forgetful One young fel
low went homo ouo evening this week
and forgot to toll his best girl good
night. As a consequence ho had to
crawl out and come back down town
and tell her. Ho should leave word
with tho night watch next tlmo. It
would save considerable troublo and
inconvenience. If you don't know
your own business ask tho enumerator.
Just at present ho is tho best posted
man in town.
M . W.
For Fruits and Vegetables
of all kinds in season call on
TELEPHONE NO 61.
We give special attention to Telephone orders.
OUR LINE OF
Low Force-Feed Elevator. Eccentric Binder Wheel.
An Entirely New Departure.
RADICALLY DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER BINDERS.
IF YOU SEE IT YOU WILL BUY NO OTHER.
are selected with their greatest of care and brought frequently. Thereby insure
you fresh goods at the right prices. A good supply of
Amboy, Riverton Lebanon Flour
constantly kept on hano. We do not publish prices on groceries, owing to lack of
space. Our constantly increasing trade is sufficient to warrant that
the goods are of the best and prices the lowest.
JUST A WORD ABOUT OUR
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Have you seen the pretty Dimities and Wash Goods displayed in our store.
Now is the time to purchase that Parasol, Fan, or Cool Summer Gown that you
have been talking of getting.
We carry a full assortment of trimmings in
Ribbons, Laces, Insertions,
All Over Lace, All Over Embroideries,
Embroideries, Tucking, Alpique, Etc.,
We carry the Drew-Selby line of Ladies' Fine Shoes, and also
the Hamilton Brown Shoe Go's, celebrated line of
Men's, Ladies and Children's Shoes.
MOST PERFECT MOWER MADE.
The Pitman has no other motion except straight forward and
straight back. It never breaks and never wears out.
The only Mower where lost motion can be taken
up both in boxes and gearing. Turning
a set-screw does it.
SAMPLES NOW TO BE SEEN AT
W. B. ROBY, Agent.
No, i Third Avenue, Rea Cloud, Nedr.
Deputy SherilT A. A. Hindi sk wns
shot Itist Tiicsihiy evening liyJohn A.
I'oyor, resiilitiB one milo north of
Cowlca. Mr. Bunliek lind gone to tho
homo of Mr. I'oyor in company with
the ncont of tho Walter A. Wood Com
pany for the purposo of serving an ex
ecution, lie served tho execution and
according to his story everything was
all right, and Mr. i'oyor was going
witli thorn as far as Cowles and timko
un inventory of exemptions and show
that the property levied upon, a buggy,
was exempt. This Mr. Iturdick told
him was all ho would have to do ami
c )uld get tho buggy back again. Mr.
P.ivcr went into tho house and itur
dick and tho agent had started to fas
ten the baggy on behind theirs when
i'oycr again appeared on tho scene
with a shot gUR and told Uurdlck to
drop tho buggy or ho would drop him.
Mr. Uurdlck started toward him and
told him to drop tho gun and at tho
sam 3 time reached for his own, but bo
fore be could got it Foyer shot, and
Hurdick received tho larger part of a
load of Mo. 0 bird shot in his body.
Hurdick shot but tho bullet went high
and did no harm. Tho Bhooting scared
tho team and It ran away and
broko the buggy in pieces. Mr. Uur
dlck and tho agent then wont after tho
team which they caught and wont to
Cowles whoro they got another rig and
'came bhek to this city arriving at
about 7 p.m. Ho was at onco taken to
I Dr. Creighton'a olllco nnd his wouuds
I dressed. An examination showed that
' ae bad received in all forty-two shot,
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iivo in tho right hand, seventeen in tho
right arm, six in tho faco and thirteen
in tho body. None of tho wounds are
serious and he will probably bo aronnd
in a few days again. Tho most surious
aro three which struck near tho heart
and ono which entered his mouth and
landed near tho root of tho tongue.
Shoriir Wells went out the satno night
and arrested I'oyor and brought him to
this city aud at a preliminary hoanng
ho was bound over in the sum of 9800,
According to previous announce
ments, tho Pleasant (Jrovo 8. 8. cele
brated children's day in a very pleas
ant manner in Mr. Chas. Ueardsleo's
crovo. Owing to tho presence of poi
son ivy tho location was changed. In
tho forenoon Mount llopo b, b. render
ed a very line programme, after which
some few selections wcra given by tho
Pleasant Grove children. Thou din
ner was served in grand good style,
after which tho remainder of tho pro
gramme was rendered. Rev. G. W.
Hummel gave a fow remarks, followed
by nn appeal for tho sufferers of India.
Tho sum of six dollars was collected
and a person authorized to buy corn
and dollvcr to Mr. Fulton of Red Cloud
to bo sont to tho people of India.
Jewell, Smith and Webster counties
woro woll represented, hverything
was dono nicely, the best of order pre
vailed and everybody seemed to onjoy
the food things for both mind and
body. Undo William VanDyko was
present ami took part In tho doings of
tho day. Wo wish to thank Unas.
Heardsleo, W. II. Lewis, II. Gibson,
and W. G. Shannon for hauling tho
lumber and more especially C. J. I'latt
for loaning tho sumo.
Another good rain this week.
Tho .wheat nnd ryo aro ready to har
vest. Alfalfa was cut and stacked before
Tho children's day picnic at Dutch
Flat was largely attended. Geo. W.
Hummell delivered a good nddress to
tho childron. All report a good tlmo.
Albert Scrivner wns on a business
trip to Smith Centor last week, and to
Hastings this week, buying and soiling
Heniamin and Melva VanDvkn Sim.
dayed with friends at North Branch,
Miss Victory Haskins was tho guest
of W. J. Haskins this week.
Miss Jonnio Cnriioiiter was visitine
frionds at Franklin last week.
Hov. Noblo will preach at Pleasant
Dale, District 89, on June24th nt 4 p.m.
A cordial invitation is given to all.
Tho Saladon brothors woro tho guests
of Allen Carpenter Suuday.
F. D. Hutchinson's young folks were
the gueiU of Miss Jennie Carpenter.
Miss Kthel Holcomb of Hcd Cloud
and Miss Julia Salndon of Lino were
tho guests of Miss Jonnio Carpenter
Joo Salndon is busy taking tho con
sus of Wi'lnut Creek this week. Ho
has finished his work in Lino
Chas Throckmorton of Dutch Flat
was tho guest of Wesley Throckmorton.
J. S. Largcnt is quite sick.
Wm. Harris is up after bis sick spoil
P. Halo near Cowles, bad a pair of
white raulo colts in town Wednesday,
that attracted considerable attention.
H. Owen of Hubbell waB in town
A man traveling with a tent and wa
gon was trying to sell harness oil in
B'J'. C, Hodges moved to Mt. Ciaro
Dr. Paco wenl to Omaha Wednesday
returning Friday evening.
J. 8. Largont's lino Norman is very
sick. Voterinary Mills of Superior was
II. Vance and Minnio Farquhar woro
married iWednesday evening at tho
resideuce of tho brido'a parents.
Win.! Sabin and Frank Proudfit ro-
turiied.from thoir Dakota visit Thurs
D. Jones received a car load of Mo
Cormick mowers and binders this week.
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