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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1900)
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II K CLOUD, XE1SHASKA. .ITLY i:i, 1000,
I The Big Store.
J Telephone Ko. i2?.
I My - Clearing -
8c and 10c values
regular 12 J and 5c
values at 9c.
A few Scotch
Lawns at 4c.
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SHIRT WAISTS at
WASH SKIRTS at
Lace Curtains, Tapestry and Chenille
Portierres at 20 rjer cent off.
Muslin Underwear one-half off.
Umbrellas 33 1-3 ofi.
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Muslin. L. L. unbleached, 5c.
Henry Muslin, 6c, 7c and 8c.
Lonsdale and Fruit of Loom bleached
Farmers Choice bleached muslin, 6c.
Calicoes, 10 yards for 32c.
Ginghams, good apron check at 4c.
Ginghams, Amoskeag, 6c.
Shirting, 8c, 10c and 124c.
m Red Cloud, Nebraska.
City Dray and Express Line,
E, ML. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charlies as low t . the Lowest
G1TY AGENTS FOR ADAAIS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
Incidents ol Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness
Fourth of July litis cotno ami gone
find sn n oonstqiicni'C of Unit glorious
tiny our Almost Forottuit rolutun was
t'litiivly (oiKotti'ti. This day win at
one time nivun over to the uulehrution
of the Declaration of Independence.
Now each one, notably of course the
inon folks', endeavor to get in that con-
virial mood which will make them on
the next dav wish to ho alone. They
run tip against that elixir which when
taken in improper doses produces that
tired feeling. The Guide Hock Signal
editor intimates that thero were a
number in that pleasant little burg
who were "obliged" to camp on the
school house steps for want of better
accommodations. We suppose of
course that they wore young men and
misses of that burg who liau attended
the dance until a late hour and then
had been locked out by stern parents.
Hid our neighbor editor lived in
Ued Cloud he would not have used the
word "obliged." He would have long
ago found out that camping on the
school house steps at night is a favorite
pastime with the boys and girls, and
in fiic.t on anv old steps. The editor
of the ltivei ton Enterprise gets off the
following: "Editor McMillan of the
Red Cloud Chief was hero as chape
rone for the band boys on the Fourth.
We would like to know what the
Klvcrton editor knew about it, for the
onlv timo we met him ho asked us if
wo had a bottle. Of course as we have
never been in the habit of carrying
this useful adjunct to Fourth of July
celebrations in our pocket we had to
sav no. I5ut we took pity on him
ami led him round to one of the River
ton .joints and lilled him up on "little
red wagon." The brand that they
keep there is liable to make one seasick
or see serpents. It probably had a
different effect on the editor, however,
anil as we walked down the sti'-ut with
i of the band boys, his vision was
so affi-cted that ho thought we were
chaperoning the whole band of
fourteen pieces If wo ever ehaperono
the Ued Cloud band or any other hand
atltiverlon they will have to change
their brand of sliverwitz They say
that Ued Cloud's great free silver ad
vocate, Cap. lionchin, was relieved
A'hilo at Kansas City of soni'i three
dollars of free silver and his pass into
the democratic circus. Of course the
fellow with thn slippery dukes thought
it was free and that he had as much
right to it as the other fellow. We
always thought that Cap would get in
trouble if he mixed up with lioss
Crokcr and the democratio tiger.
Cant. L. Archer, of the mission fields
of Chicago, whatever old fields those
are, has been holding a series of relig
ious meetings on tne street tins week.
Whether they have done any good
in a religious way we are unable to
Hiiy. They have at least during the
time they were on taken off the minds
of the business men the thought that
this part of the country has a good
chaueo to go to the eternal bow-wows.
On Friday eveniug he will lecture on
the "live devils of Ked Cloud." This
tends to show that our city is getting
hotter. The last time the devils of
Ked Cloud were discoursed upon there
were seven. A few more lecturers on
this subject and at this rate Ked Cloud
will have no more devils. Julian Hupp
may be g.ine but it is a cold day when
Ked Cloud cannot produce a deteetlvo,
We have it on good authority that it
was not one ol the Ked Cloud contin
gent to the populist state convention
who was found in a Lincoln alley with
a dismantled beer keg tor a pillow,
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DON'T READ THIS !
If you do not want to see the greatest of all
bargains in seasonable Dry Goods. Our en
tire stock to be closed out preparatory to
getting in our immense fall stock.
'$i Japanese Silk.
Just the thing for waists this hot
Regular price 25c per yard.
To Close, 1 8c per yard.
Lawns and Ohallies. p
To help this great sale we have M
decided to give 10 yards good
lawns for 2Sc, less than one- M
half the regular price.
Our entire stock of wash goods
to be slaughtered.
Plain Colored Dimities, 20c and
2c grade, 15c.
Batiste, isAand 15c grade, at 8c.
Linen Colored Dotted Swiss 15c.
ancy trimming ribbon with
shirring string, combination
colors, regular price 10c, V
close, 5c. Wash Taffeta r.o
bons, just the thing for ties, 3
to 4 inches wide, to close, iyc.
Duck and Linen Skirts must be
sold regardless of cost.
SUMMER CORSETS from
each to 50c each.
Simpson's Enatant Fancies, 5c.
Simpson's Blacks or Greys, 5c.
Garner's Reds, 5c.
Indigo Blues, 5c.
All Fancy Gingham Prints, 5c.
We must have the space now
occupied by our stock of Ox
fords to put our fall line of
shoes in and to close out wc
are makinga great cut in prices
We have a lot of extra quality
pearl buttons, all sizes, regular
price 10c, to close 5c per doz.
These are not a cheap pearl but
clear, white, extra quality pearl.
Our entire line must be closed
out and to help them along we
will give a special discount of
20 per cent.
I Our entire line of Sun Bonnets to go at 18c each.
r Shirt waists now selling at one half price will still be dis-
i counted 10 to 15 per cent.
1 TURNURB - BROS. -
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India Famine Fund.
Tiie following letter, of interest to
the people of this city, was receive I by
Mri. 'I'. K. Horton the fore part of the
Nl'.w YoiiK, July H,
Mrs. T. K Horton. Ked Cloud, Neb.
Dear Friend: Wo beg to acknowl
edge receipt of your esteemed favor of
the '-27th nit. enclosing $110 80 from the
citizens of Ked Cloud and vicinity, to
bo devoted to the relief of lh famine
smitten peoplo of India. This will ho
included in our next ealilo roiniuanco
which will ho Rent soon. In behalf of
these starving onos we thank you mo3t
sinccroly for this generous contribu
tion. May iod bless each and every
contributor, and reward them a bun-
died fold for all the good which a wise
expenditure of this money will accom
plish. Tub Chiustian Hkkai.i.
Weather hot and dry.
The school board has hired Miss
Viola Ward to teach an eight month's
school in Dist. 39 commencing Septem
The school board of Dist. ill have
hired Miss Cora Kmsel of Ked Cloud
to teach eight months, commencing
Mr. Douglas of Ked Cloud was in
Line this week.
The Fruit brothers have finished the
threshing on Allen Carpenter's place.
Kev. Archer of Republican City failed
to till his appointment at Pleasant Dale
Some talk of a Sunday school picnic
at the Throckmorton grove on the
Sherwood ranch in the near future
U. Aubushon and wife wore tho
guests of K. W. Anderson Saturday.
Some of the farmers are getting
alarmed at tho dry weather and are
Belling off thwir ock hogs and cattle.
A RQ A BRIGHT,
Portrait Painter 1 1
STRICTLY FINli WORK IN
Portrait Frames and Easels in stock and to order.
Studio in Damerell Block, Red Cloud, Nobr.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" lb H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
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