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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1900)
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TIED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, XOVBMBEttO, 1000,'
This Store Wants Foar TRADE.
But it is willing to meet you half way, to make your coming here for all you need a pleasant and profitable mat
ter. It's buying every item at real worth, getting biggest results from the smallest outlay, that really means some
thing to buyers, and this store is determined to be worthy of your confidence, to offer the kind of values that will
keep you coming.
Cool, snappy morning
and that means heav
ier underwear. Good'
'values here, in the right weights in the soft, form-
fitting goods, but low prices rule the selling as these
Mod' wool fleece, full size full HifiiU extra heavy, silk taped, (
! 50- November special 48c.
Meu'- ll-i'ceil, full size, full Mitda cotton tape, was 40c, No-vi-inhiT
sal IJOo. '
LiJir- exlin Hum flocca linetl, was 50c, November speclal-40c
l.adii- Jersex km', light fleeced wasuuc, iNoveniberspeclal sue.
ilhlldiin's fl- :e.l. size 1G ltc. fij rise per size.
.'hildren's wiil, size 18 8i fie rise pur size.
Children's cm ton, slzo 1C 3o. Ho rise per sl.e.
Good generous sizes,' largest
sort of values, but we always
name the lowest prices iust'
when the goods are needed, m the right buying time.
Full weight 10 4 size 50x72 inchi"), :ill cotton blanket, 3 colors, '
fancy border, sold everywhere nt 00, nereut 4U.
Other value ntCic, 80c, 51 00, $1 25, $1 fiO, $1.75.
nflic on A special showing of ladies1
KMUdiVS ctilU misses and children's fash
ZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZl ionablc varments at nrices1
you're unable to duplicate.
The styles are the famous
rnedman & Palmer models
in fit, finish and making are exactly in line with fashion's
AXcrnn. It's ntl lini1Qli:il nnnnrfnnifn Kill- t-W.o r.-...r mnof
lift .known as the riirht ;fnr frt fncM-.!-.!,. imrminc
W J-; "- " -"3"-" "- b,w (UtJlllUilUlyriV Ul IIIV lUJl
V fifSlfev iversoy Jacket, satin lined
i hVl VJL T J Hniiiiijvcii ii, YTI'IU IWII SHIIHOIIS,
I fU &V X ? oliirM brown and and black, uim
810 00, now
All who! Kersey Jacket, satin lined,
guaranteed to wear two saonp,
colors nliick, blue and castoi, was
812 50, now
I All wool Kersey Jacket, silk scree
lined in bluas and castor, was
$9 00, now
All woal Kersey Jacket, silk tiuTetn
unco, onto oniy, was 8HJ.00, now
f ""A,.- . -m MM-IADIES' FIVE 00RED ?
? iSpj-MEN'S SACK COAT m SKIRT.
2 BUesM.W, 38, 40, .. w BOYS' DRBaa, . 8'M'ao!Ba' i
8Uct 1, a, 4 year. t
CNEW IDEA PAPER PATTERNS ioc EACH.C
All wool Korsy. Jacket, silk lined, gaurantoed to wear two
seasons, black only, was 31(100, now.
Vflgg fsmtMYt na furniture need if yott
v -ww.. come here. 1 here s a -
: ways a splendid satisfaction'
in feeling that the purchase
is ricrht. that vou'msprnrinfr,
fullest values, and if you se-
trt from tliic cfr-olr lii't.il.
feature is always certain. It's giving our trade these
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peeriess vaiues eacn ana every selling day, and yet a se
.lection of what's newest and mrtcf ncnrl fl, rf..i:.u ..u
stantial ideas, that makes this a popular buying piace-
?:ru": ' ..r"m ":i. :"v " vnc w,in. ? uur o,ler
iinja iicic yuu it iiiiu uicsc ovcmoer specials
We have another ship
ment of art 'goods to ar
rive in a few days. Bat-
itenburg patterns and supplies, stamped linens and
supplies, sofa pillows started, with materials and,
A solid Mak bedrnntn mill P-Uin mlr.
ror, perfect condition, was $25, Novum
A U oieca hiirdwrwui iwnltiw.... ui.i..
22x28 mirror, perfect comlltion, was
i.u, iiuTumoor spociall817 00.
Oneach, iron bed. spriiiKsand mat
tress, cumiilflta Art ir.
Kitchen cupboards.'si 00, $5 00, $0.r,0
vu.uu hiiu oi UU,
UininRuiiaifri, hli;li bucks, cane and wood soats, 7fiu to$2 25 each.
nine tabli, 0 tt et, 81 SO. November specials at $5, $7, 8 ami 910
Kitchen cbaiis, it spindle 50c, 4 spindU 00c.
If you haven't'
this stock yet1
and made a
have missed a
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i tor the showing is a nanasome one. 1 he low swing
of the prices makes this a particularly busy depart
ment puts lots oi zesc into tne selling.
Extr a supers, nil wool, 70c made up.
Wool filling, rrc made up.
Unions, 85c to 50o niado up.
Httmpa, 71 to 15c per yard.
Moquettcs,87 to 91.10.
Rnpjs, 750 to$7 50,
Carpet samples, U yards in length f5o per ynitl.
Art squares $5 to $7.60.
The Way The Parlor
Has numb to do with vonr comfort n will
as the favorable opinion of the guest. Naturally
,ooe wants the furnishings t ho kind that is mod.
orn, nn every teaiuie in line witk style's de
mands such as indicate reined and nppretiativn
(tuste. We show elegant idea) in parlor furnlturo
anu Riiaraniee every style and quality featuie, but
this is a store of reasonable prices, Thcs offer.
fBgs will interest you.
We handle anlv tha Knl'min truninn.
.teed construction coiicIhh. micitoi
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rniiu ironi C'.'Ai I 1 ou.
Kecking Chairs 1.1)9 to S12.C0
Fnldinc Iron and woodnn bmU 91'JfiOi
A. . I'. ----,-. r . w -. .
14 00, l(J. High chairs $1 to $3 50.
Ktecl Olowcl, Nebraska.
IT IS M'KINLEY
Returns Indicate That He
Have a Good Majority.
IKi CAINS MADE IN UNEXPECTED PLACES
Plurality in New York Cut Down
But State is Republican.
BACK COUNTIES YET TO NEAR FROM
lut Are Not Expected to Chanf e
the Qeneral Result.
NEBRASKA CITIES SHOW LARGE CAINS
But Electoral Vote Probably Safe
FULL REPORTS NECESSARY TO DECIDE
American People Have Made Their Choice
and Deride That Thry Want No
ChanBe-Klrctlon (ienerally Quiet
-Bloodnliiul In Colorado-Til
Electoral Voto ai It Wua
at 10 p. in. Weilnemliiy.
Klerlnrat Vote of Htute.
Minnesota . .i 0
New Hampbhlre 4
New Jersey 10
New York 30
North Dakota 3
Pennsylvania , 32
Rhode Island 4
Houth Dakota 4
Vermont '. 4
West Virginia 0
Wisconsin .' V4
irWas still far too largo to be over
The count In several of th far west
rn states Is usually so delayed as to
give no Indication of the outcome, but
they had ceased to have a determlalng
effect, and before 10 o'clock tta demo
erats had given up the contest and It
was announce Mr. Hryan had gone Km
bed and was seund asleep. The who
tory was easily and briefly told. Tha
republican Uoket would have a larger
eleotorlal vote than four years ago, but
In the larger states of the east and
middle west the pluralities had been
Massachusetts had fallen from 174,
000 to 60,0001 New York from 208,000 1
150,000 and .Illlcsi from 148,00 to
100,000 or less.
A Chicago Nov. 7 dispatch says with
several dlMrluts Ntlll to hear from the
u'pttblli'au Ktn-Mi,tli in the lower house
of cmik'tvss is placed at ".'Oil as ngalnHt
I IP democrats and eight Independent.
This would be u majority of forty
hreo as compared with fifteen two
vei rM ago. The great changes have
bet n In the east. Thtuepubllcun havo
lined heavily In New York and I'enn-
Tvinilu. anil fine also havo been
l'.it changes lit the Mississippi val-
ey states, In Ohio and on the Pacific
t:ist. Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and
.iiiiiciotahtlll havo bolld republican
deli-atlons. To thut list Is to be add
ed California, which elected seven re
Changes which may be made In the
senate will make that body oven more
opubllean than know In. The repub
lican, cat ricd Delaware, thus making
sine two senators from that state,
"hey have also captured the legisla
ture lu I'tnh and this insures a tepub
'lean member of the senate to 1111 the
vacancy which now exists. All re-'u.-iis
Indicate tout the republicans
have carried the legislature In South
Dakota, Instiling the defeat of Senator
.Vitlgiev.. In North Carolina Marlon
I't'.lcr. populist, will be replaced by a
.uoerat. Making allowance farthest
channel the se ' ,v ,' s'and ttftyflvo
.. Means, '. . . 4 . .mocrats and
.1 .tdepeiti' ' .
I'lilf I! 5- try tin t!tsH.
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V YOIIK, iNOV. ..-'.' a. III. Alio
r.iw'ngnre tin lur..li'. ss reported
it ft'.- hour. Th'.v a.-' '..u-gely estl
.a e.. Mo'.IInley.
Alabama '. 11
Louisiana . . , 8
North Carolina 11
Novnda ' 3
South Carolina. 0
UNRKl'OBTEl) ANU DOUUITUU
Kansas . , 10
New York at mid
It became evident at a very early
hour thut tho election of McKlnley
and ltoosevelt wus an assured fact.
Tho pivotal btato of New York has
gone on unmistakable terms, although
by a reduced majority, for tho republi
can eunilldate, As the count progressed
It only served toconflrm this judgment. I
Thu leturna from Illinois betrayed U
like condition. The republican plur
ality of 1890 waa greatly reduced, but 1
.,1 fomla I'J.000
Idaho ....... 'AiiaijR?' '
Ma. ne -'.1,000
New Hampshire... 20,000
New .If rscy 50, W0
New York 135,000
North Dakota 8,000
Oregon . 13,000
Uhode Island 20,000
South Carolina ,
South Dakota 10,000
Texas. ... f
I'tnh ,,, 5,000
Vermont ; 30,000
I Virginia.. '. .,.....
1 Washington , ' .'
West Virginia., , . . , 'tyJQOO
I Wisconsin ..... 100,000
! Wyoming 30',000
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