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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1901)
KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAY 21, IJKH,
NUMBER 2 1
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Large stock of Dress
Goods Wash Goods.
All of the ,,r
beauty that fey.
is possible to A& &&i'Z
find in a cMikfe
piece of t.MM &P9
Dress Goods gfUth
r:in h found -'-"T-j JSLV3Z"57?isas.
10 25c yu.
50c yd .
hams, 50c yd
Silk waist patterns 90c, $i.co to $1.25
A Point to Remember.
The ready made underwear is
made of the best bleached mus
lin. They are well made and
trimmed with edging that is
meant to wear and will give
pleasure and comfort to the
wearer. An extraordinary offer
ing. Corset covers 15c to 50c each.
Drawers, 50c to $2.00 per pair.
Gowns 95c to $3.00 each.
Skirts, 50c to $2.50 each.
You Can Have Them.
are possible if you
supply pretty cur
tains and we have
a stock to insure
your getting good
which add much to
the beauty of the
room while repre-
senting a very moderate outlay
Curtains 3A yards long, price $5.00
10,000 yards good 64-64
thread Calico, this sale
price 30 yards for 32c.
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The season of the year when correctness in fabric is most important is at hand.
Long ago v were busy planning for
Whis very season.
S Anil you will Unci in our large stocks the very choicest ot the markets 7
v products. Correct in style, excellent in quality and right in price.
The new shirt waists we are1
showing this season ought to in
terest those ladies who really
want that which is beautiful and
servicable, price $3.00 to 50c.
Choice lot of waists, regular 50c to
JP2.50, ciubi: out 3yu uiiun.
Lonsdale bleached, 6:c.
Farmers Use bleached' 6c.
Best L. L. unbleached, 4c.
Good unbleached, 3c.
Lonsdale cambric, short length
gc per yard.
Down on the Farm
Is where they appreciate our ex
tremely low prices and high quality
in carpets. Our many sales and easy
satisfied customers in the carpet
'room has led us to believe this. We
are bound to give best quality for
the least money.
'J-ply o.trn super till wool Ingrain (Wis yil.
Light weight, all wool GOc per ynrd
Light weight, all wool, ;i0o per ynrd.
1 EUrii Axininnturs, $1.00 per yard.
Axiuliihtcrp, 00c, per yard.
i Moquuttos, 8.1(5 per yard
All Hemp Curpots at hair prluu.
Cotton warp mattings 20 to 40c.
Shoes, Full of Comfort. lBasy to Operate.
We are anxious to suoolv vou'
with a comfortable pair of shoes
and know we can do it. Wei
have many widths in lasts and
beljeve we can furnish justi
the special mould for your foot.
'er is our best shoe for
ladies, a very stylish,
shoe price -3 to $4.
Other tirades at
Si.t;o to $2.7 oer or.
Children and vouth
shoes and Oxfords at
,all prices, 50c to $2.00.
A nice line of Ladies' Oxfords. nricRi
. , I---
i.u iu r-'.yj per pair.
Sewing is made easy and delight
ful for ladies who use our new Field
machine. It runs lightly, noiselessly
and it is a most useful and satesfac-
,tory help for n busy woman. The
Field costs little, wears well and,
saves money and hard work. Price,
High arm, $20.00; Drop head, $22.00.
Also have the New Model dro p
head machine, 5 drawers, oak case,
, full set of attachments, late improved
guaranteed for 25 years, our price
That New Suit.
The most important suit is that suit of
furniture which will furnish comfort
and pleasure to the whole household.
Our new styles are all that could be
desired. Any room in thehouse will
be the more attractive if fitted with
Bed room suits, regular $23 now $17.00
Bed room suits, regular ib now 14.50
Bed room suits, regular 16 now 13.25
A large selection of suits $20 to $50.00.
An assortment is what you want to se
A Few Sideboard Bargains.
Regular 20.00, jov
Regular 25.00, now
Regular 18.00, now
Regular 15.00, now
Kitchen chairs, 50c
Large Arm Rockers, $1.50 each.
Karpcn guaranteed couches $10.00
A Good Provider
for the household commissary
department will always be inter
ested inour grocery department.
The best frcst fruits and vegetables.
The finest variety of canned goods.
The choicest line of dried fruits.
The largest assortment of Lowney's
Every order you leave means money
saved for you.
(Continual from page fi, part 1 )
In tho spring of '79 there caino here
with their pareuts the present pio
priolors of one of tho successful busi
nesses of the city. The young men
acquired their education in the Red
Cloud schools. In the full of 1890, the
elder brother having previously ha I
Home practical experiontto in the busi
ness, took u complete finishing course
v! watchmaking at I'aihous Horologi
eal Institute at La Porte, Ind. anil
also a course in optics under l)i . Lam
bert, receiving a iliplonm in each.
After working in seoiul dill-ieut
places, he leturueil in 1890 to Red
Cloud nud tho present business was
organizedjby himself and his brother,
they succeeding Mr. L. M. Vaut-e. Iu
1608 tho younger bi other took a thor
ough courso in sreotacle lilting at the
Chicago Uphthnlmii: colleen and
another at tho Bradley Polytechnic;
institute at Peoria, 111. At tho latter
place ho also took a linishine course iu
watchmaking The menibeis of ihe
linn of NowIioumi Hros. nie thus pie
pared to do anything iu their line in
the mo3t workmanlike iiiannei '1 lnit
A opticul department has leceivud peeial
attention, they hiving ccij thing
needed to pioperly test the eyesight in
every way. Thoy use the latest and
best methods ami are iu every wy
well prepared to do anything in their
line. They have at all times a com
plete Hho of watches, clocks, jewelry
and phoiogrnphie. goods, and Belling
everythi g as they do under a guar
antee of "satisfaction or money bak,"
their future success, as their past, is
BRADBROOK &. SCHULTZ
Tlie mere work of making a photo
graph does noj constitute art Atti
tude, nose, expression and a bundled
and one minor ami teehical points
which the quick and trained eyoof the
leal artist discerns Hnd decides at onc
ire mcessary in the production of
good and artistic phnlugrapLy. It
may tiulybe said that hradbrook &
Schulti pnsGss thoso most en-onthl
atMlbut"1". Tluiy have m-ido an ox
tended study in (he art of pltot'iL'r.iphy
in all its details, nnd having the in
tuitive spirit of t'to line artist, their
work is liiderd par excellent and ean
be classed with thit to bo seen iu tho
great citief. Every pieco of work
they tuin out shows the eye and hand
of tho deft attist and skilled photographer.
RED CLOUD ROLLER MILLS.
Cliii'f among lint le-iding industties
of Webster county is the Ked Cloud
Ui.ller Mill", under Ihe expenenced
and able managemeiitof 11. IS Kuni
iner. Tne mill lias but lately been
erected and has in its employ a corps
of practical anil expert milleri. Mr.
Kummer is a level headed and shrowd
business man and it goes without say
ing Hint the mill is on n solid nnd pay
ing basis. Frank K. Morse, formerly
head miller at Milford, is bead miller
and has been since tho opening of the
mill It is a full toller process with a
daily oapaelty of SO banl and the
(lour turned out is doomed par excel
lent, tho best on the southei 11 Nebraska
market. Tho grade milled aro Im
perial, High Patent, Select Patent and
Crystal, Hnd i handled by every dealer
iu tho city. The only trouble with the
mill has been its inability in supplying
the demand HcMdcs these celebrated
brands of flour, they manufacture all
kinds of mill products such as rye nud
gialiam llmir, bran meal, etc., and ;un
supply 3011 iu am quantity.
A prominent house doing 11 laigo
business in nitiiual instruments and
fiiruituiu in Hed Cloud is that of Al
bright Bros. This is a home institu
tion and it is always u good plan to
palronl.o home people to whom you
can go if the instrument is not satis
factory. These people ale lesponsiblo
in everything they do anil have a repu
tation to maintain Their .sturo is re
plete with pianos, organs, and musical
instruments ol all kinds, besides a
stock of soo.10 'J000 sheets of the latest
and popular music. This is received
every Monday morning from tho lend
ing publisheis and no matter what
you wunt you will find it here. Thej
added a nice stock of furniture to their
business one year ngo last April nud
their display of these goods cannot
fail to attract patrons to their store.
It is indeed rare that any business
concern enjoys sucli an extended
patronage as tho pooplo of Red Cloud
bestow upon this thriving house. The
stole is in tho hands of an experienced
man who is ever ready to cuter to
every wish of his large listof customers
nnd who is master of every detail of
tho business. He deals in groceries
and queonswnrn nnd curries a stock
most complete and one which it is a
pleasure to select from, When you
need anything in this lino do uot fail
to pay this trustworthy house a visit.
Fust class goods at the lowest possible
pi ices is what enables Mr, Mixer to
hold his htr'ce list of customers,
Foremost among tho energetic busi
ness men of the city of Hod Cloud is
the esteemed gentlemen whoso names
precede this pnr-ngraph. They are
dealers in stoves, tiuwate and hard
waie and their house is especially well
quipped, being piovided with every
thing in their line of trade, and the
stock carried would undoubtedly do
ci edit to many a linger place than Red
Cloud. They are obliging and accom
modating gentlemen and are always
pleased to show their tine line of hnrd
wave. Drop iu and look around and if
you need anything you are sure to bo
pleased. Thoy also carry a full lite
of bicycles and supplies. Their motto
is "Wo wnnt your trade and will save
you money to get it."
I. W. TULLEYS, M. 0.
Wo want to say a few words in he
half of Dr. I. W. Tulleys in our review
of Red Cloud niwl Webster county. Ho
locateil in this county nearly thirty
years ago and in that time has gained a
largo and influential pii'.ronnge. Ho
hns served the peoplo of this county
fourycais as their county judge and
ufis been U & oxbinluiug surgeon for
over twonty one years, besUlcs serving
tho county ns It examiner for insane
for sonio twenty-five years. Dr. Tub
leys takes an active interest in the wel
faro of the community nnd is a friend
to everyone. Ho is a specialist in the
Healing of chronic diseases, nud dis
eases of women and children, and the
success he bus attained is shown by
the many remarkable cures effected.
J. O. BUTLER.
Mr. Butler contributes iu ho small
degree to the business activity of tli'
progressive nnd wide awako city. Ho
is nu energetic mul ambitinu m;i chant
and has built up a reputation in the
commercial world here that places him
in the front rank. Them is no bettei
stock of harness, saddles and leather
goods to be found iu this section of
country. He is headquarters for horse
clothing of eveiy description and nt
prices satisfactory to any one concern
ed. All his work U band made and
manufactured out of full stock and nro
guaranteed as good as you can find in
any market. If you are figuring on
buying anything in the harness lino
you should see Mr. Butler's stock be
fore puichasing. Mr. Butler caiuo to
Red Cloud in 1881 from Toledo, Ohio,,
and established his presont business in
1880. How well lie bits succeeded, his.
large trade speaks for itself.
CARL M. PERSON.
Mr. Person is one of those versatile
mechanics who enn turn a hand to
almost any kind f repair work. Ho
repairs sewing machines, muslcul in
struments, guns, aud in fact every
tiling. He has had thirty-four years
experience in this line of business and
keeps on hand sowing machines of all
kinds for sale or rent. Ho bus 11 num
ber of secord-haniJ sowing machines
that are as good as new nud 0110 can
get a bargain hero iu this line. Hu ia
an expert piiuin nnd oran man and
is prepared to quote you the lowest
factory prices on these musical goods.
For liifit-cla.s -erviec in bis line you
should see him. Shop just north of
Jos Fogol's harnoss shop.
J O. CALDWELL.
Red Cloud eau boast of having in hot-,
midst a poultry aud coal dealer who is
complimented highly as n business
man . f honor aud reliability. This
man is Mr. J. O. Caldwell, who bus an
established reputation anions tho
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