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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1900)
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KI3L) CLOUD, XEllltASKA. .ITLVLM), 11)00,
1 The Big Store,
1 July - Clearing - Sale 1 1
8c and 10c values
regular 12 i and 5c
values at 9c.
A few Scotch
Lawns at 4c.
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Incidents ol Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness.
While looking over tlio abstractor
assessment for this your wo wcro
stumped to notice tho amount of assess
ments of ilitTerent things. According
to the total vultio on diamonds, $1S0,
wo haven't cot ninny in this county.
Still you can soo ninny of the Hashers,
adorning the lingers ami shirt fronts
of many citizens W'licn you see a fel
low wearing a great hig one you can
depend upon it ho has bought h prize
package or lied to tho assessor. In
gold and silver platt nud plnted ware
the countv is especially destitute.
But sixty-three dollars worth can bo
found. When you go to an elaborato
function nt tho residence of ouo of our
wealthy ci'.izens nnd sco the tables
elaborately sprend With what looks
liko silver you can turn iipyour noso
and sav tliat the ware is bogus. In bi
cycles the number given is twenty-two,
with a valuation of sixty-three dollars.
They are worth exactly what thu sil
ver plate is Hut let there bo a bicycle
tournament and you could get up a
naiado a mile long. Then they would
n.)t all bo in. It is a shamo that this
city is not to have a fair this year. It
is a shamo that some of our citizens
are holding up the money which would
go toward tho guaranteeing of a fair.
The town owes its patrons a few days
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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.
Just the thing for waists this hot
Regular price 25c per yard.
To Close, iSc per yard.
Lawns and Challies.
To help this great sale we have
decided to give 10 yards good
lawns for 25c, less than one-
, half the regular price.
Our entire stock of wash goods
to be slaughtered.
Plain Colored Dimities, 20c and
25c grade, 15c
Batiste, laAand 15c grade, at Sc.
Linen Colored Dotted Swiss 15c.
ancy trimming ribbon with
shirring string, combination
colors, regular price 10c, to
close, 5c. Wash Taffeta rib
bons, just the thing for ties, 3
to 4 inches wide, to close, 19c.
Duck and Linen Skirts must be
sold regardless of cost.
M Lace Curtains, Tapestry and Chenille g
k Muslin Underwear one-half off.
f& Umbrellas 33 1-3 on.
SUMMER CORSETS from 22c
each to 50c each.
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.
G-inghams, Amoskeag, 6c.
Shirting, 8c, 10c and 124c.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
City Dray and Express Line.
E, Jn. ROSS, PROP.
street fair, with a big danco and bar-
boeuo about tho time wo linvo husked
our pumpkins. Let's have something.
hvorybody bus thoir troubles, even
tho niRht wuteh. Kspecinlly so wheu
ho tells some ono to;ntovc on nud they
linvo him urrested (or it. However
n little trouble don't bother him like it
does some Them nro some people
who think Unit tho niRht watch oiiRht
to bo asleep or out of siRht nil tno
Unit'. Wo huvo been onjoyinR(?)ii few
talks on tho street this wouk. l buy
aio supposed to bo roliRious services
Hut as near as wo can lijiire out thoy
arc notbiuR but a fow undur-ostiniatod
privato opinions publicly expressed.
Tho morals of this city, as seen by tho
expounder of this certain brand of re
ligion, would niaUo tho devil hesltato
to tackle a job as mayor To tell the
truth since hearing tho discourses (and
discords) of the past fow ovouinge, wo
iinvnt'omo to tho conclusion that wo
liavo about as lough n town as can bo
fouud on tho mnp. Our young mon
havo all gono to Hades and tho girls,
tho dear sweet things am on tho down
grade going nt a into that would put n
race horso to shamo, nnd all for want
of something to lodge against so they
can stop. And tho mothers and fath
ers so blind ihoy can't seo what their
ollspring is coming to. Surely if this
state of allairs exist there is plonty of
room for traveling mondiants. Why
not have a street fair this year? Wo
understand tho annual county fair is
not going to bo hold this year. Somo
of tho boys am already preparing to
entertain tho crowd with cako walks,
bear dances and tho hoocho-eoocho.
Thorn is no reason why wo should not
havo somoamusemont. The bigBhowa
am billed all over Nebraska but some
how Ked Cloud is loft out. Hut thon
wo may bo lucky enough to got ono
yet. Tho rain last Monday, consider
ing tho circumstoncos, was about tho
wettest wo havo had this year. About
ono week mom liko the ono previous
to tho rain nnd evorytning would havo
been done up. Even tho brick build
ings had begun to warp. Tho average
person's estimation of the country is
warped clear out of recognition. Tho
rain however Iihb partially straight
ened It out. Anyhow it has cooled oh"
tho atmosphere so it Is not nocojsary
to get out and sit on tho letice about 3
o'clock in tho morning to got cooled
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 making a great cut in prices
We have a lot of extra quality
pearl buttons, all sizes, regular
price 10c, to close 5c per do..
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.
Our entire line of Sun Bonnets to go at 18c each.
Shirt waists now selling at one half price will still be dis
counted 10 to 15 per cent.
I TURNURE BROS.
U& i9ori rirf--irl. Mebraska.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Chargos as low ns the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
Thu woathor bureau in speaking ol
tho crop conditions over tin- state say:
'lluforo Sunday only a fjv slight scat
to i ing si nvcrs had occurred In tho
stuto. Sunday and Monday a heavy
general ram (ell in the central and
tiitorn gnnti, tke wtnt nt nut
places being botween throe and six in
ches. In tho western counties tho
rainfall was losa from ono-half to an
innli nnd a half. The hot dry weather
tho first of tho week was excellent for
harvesting and threshing, but exceed'
ingly unfavorable for corn. In tlio
northern and extreme eastern counties
tho ground' was moist enough to pro
vent much real damago to corn, but in
most onntrnl. stuthcm and western
counties tho early planted corn was
sorlously Injured by tho dry period.
Much early corn has tassled and tho
ato corn is just coming Into tussle.
Haying has commenced and tho crop
u lirrht In the central and southern
ceunties. The heaTV rains will ini-
prsv all crop conditions."
Firemen's Tournament at York.
What promises to bo tho most suc
cessful firemen's tournament over held
in Nebraska opons at York, Tuesday
.July 34 nnd closes .July 2(5. Almost
every town ami city in uksiui.i
central Nebraska will no rcprosouicu.
Tho streets of York will bo in gala at
tiro and tho citizens of tho town have
resolved themselves Into a reception
..miimitti'o. willinir and anxious to ex
tend hospitality to all.
tliin to tlio
.!,., iiiii'lliiQtoii Houto has mado a late
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Portrait Frames and Easels in stock and to order.
Studio in Damorell Hlock, Hed Cloud, Nobr.
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OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" IH. P, GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH IIS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND ,FARMER.
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