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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JUNE 21, 1901,
Any reason why a shopper should doubt tire evidence of his or
her senses? Nhere isn't any such reasons; and that's why we
ask you to come and sec for yourselves how well this store is
prepared to give pou special service and unequaled merchan
dise at a great saving.
fl Simple Practice of Economy I
Is buying where you can do the best. This week's selling of
means a selection of about 30 pieces, all good patterns, Dimities,
Lawns, Piques and ginghams. The regular .price was 10c to
25c a yard. Bargain price 6 and 10c a yard.
We sell 10c Dress Gingham at 7c per yard.
Are you realizing that the season for
is here? You will notice the material and workmanship in
these garments are first class in every respect. We bought a
good many garments and bought them right. Our prices today
average lower on the goods made up than the material alone
A GOOD TI7VSE TO BUY.
We have about one-half ccse of fancy standard prints left. No
two patterns alike. 10 yards for 32c until closed out.
WASH SKIRTS Linen skirts, well made, nicely trimmed, price $1.25 to $1.75.
Demins skirts, $1.00 to $2.00.
White Pique skirts, $2.00 to $2.75.
Ladies Wrappers, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
SHIRTINGS Amoskeag, 9c; Southern Silk, regular ioc now 7c yd; Light weight
shirting at 5c yd.
MUSLINS Lonsdale cambric, 9c yd. Bleached Lonsdale, 6jc yd. Bleached
medium weight, 5e yd. Unbleached L.L., 5c yd. Unbleached, medium
weight, 34c yd.
Shirt - Waist - Beauty !
Our waists this season ar very attractive. By carrying two
different lines it giver our customers a ckance to get the very
best the market affordsjat a very low price.
The Job Lot of Waists we are selling at 29c are
w. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - AND - (SOITT - COAI,
U No. i Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-,J.Phoiie No, 51.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
.RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime. Coal and Cement;
I Scissors Gf ofiftd,
J ALL KINDS OF EDfiR
I TOOLS SHARPENED
Bob Barkley &W. F. Lodge'
I Barber Shop.
if Fi1rst, t,oor souh of Star!
J All kinds of barber work executed
a promptly and satisfaction
I GIVE - US - A - CALL.
B4Cat Tin Rnifda Uk .. .
Incidents of Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Llttlenes.
Tho reason wo didn't comtnont last
week on the gang that sits around our
back door watching tho construction of
tho now building, is bucauso tho gang
wnsn't thcro. (iood reasin, wasn't lit
But this week wo want to express
our indignation very Indignantly at tho
party, parties, poison, inon or yellow
hnmmcts or whatover ihoy aro who put
in their cntiie limn hanging mound
our back door, causing our ollico foico
to quit wmk and itibhoi neck with tho
lest. -This state of alTaiis is h:ud on
tho community from the fact that all
clashes if eitens aio icpu'soiitcd nt
this hole in tho giound, when they
should bo attending to thoir vmious
tlulius. Tho lawyurs ought to be out
libbing up divorce suiK The grocers
should bu soiling up so they would
not hnvo to say "just out" to ovciy
othorcustomor. Tho diuggists ought
to bo making sanapaiilla Tho typo,
ought to bo taking it sampatllla.
The city council ought to bo cancelling
the sidewalk t or i-iso give every man
tho pnvili'go of cuiiliscating any city
propel ly that ho may bump up against
especially sidewalks Tho medicino
vendeis ought to bo out with their lit
tlo red wagons. Tho bums ought to go
to bed while their wives or sweethearts
patch thbir pant". Tho clothing men
ought lo bo showing their mistoeiatlc
customcis now panK Tho bankers
otigtit to hump themselves when out
with drafts to colloct, as standing by
tho collnr ull day gives tho "draftees"
tho undeserved reputation of boing
slow. Tho bakers want to look out or
they'll got niortor in their dough. Tho
friends of them want to lookout or they
won't havu any dough. In fact all
tho stiffs in town will go broke If ihnv
don't chance their wnn-t.nnvtn
thiity cents worth of pauts lint on the
biick piles overvdav is not n nirlnn-
preposition. Go to woik and make
money sjejnd it for soda wnter. Soda
water isnate liz.-Good drink for
tho girls-Tnke 'em in and hrmr '.m
guiglo over tho snow-capped glasses.
Jar loose. Don't stand back and look
on liko a lot of lobsters while tho girls
aro next thing to dying for a delicious
drink. Lois of possibilities around a
soda-water fountain. Cupid, tho iosy
little cuss, always lurks in that vicin
ity. -Cupid leads to Hymon; Hymen to
home, solid citizenship, city council,
state legislature, congress, cabinet, and
president eTen.Iio aloit diink soda
treat tho ladies.- But wo don't want
to talk nbout possibilities and Ii. 'till
we get off of our original subject, the
new building. Wo overheard n con
versation botweon bystander in which
they all seomed curious in knowing
tho whys and wherefores. One bloko
iHdignantlyexpressidhimsolf in regard
to the progrcssivoness of the rjromntnro
thu8ly:-,lTwo groat big heads, sorao
time ago, joined, and made tho talk;
that thoy'd build unbuilding high as tho
clouds, and lay a stono sidewalk. So
tuoy hired a sane tor a dollar . Jnv
dug a collar seven foot deep; hauled
tho dirt on wagons to Fourth avonuo,
anuaumpea it out In tho street. TVhon
they tore tho old plank sidewalks up,
in mudholes wo had to 'woller,' 4till
the citizens got their Irish up, and
made an awful 'holler.' So tho council
met one Wednesday night, and had a
prolonged talk, and voted, every man
of 'em, to lay another walk. So thoy
laid a walk twelvo inches wide, and
had an understanding, that the plank
that led to Polnickv's aido ana caumd
semo waist expanding, should, when
the building was nnder way, bo taken
and put in tho stacks of the city's luni
ber yards, and used for lavmer new
crosswalks. But when the brick work
bad begun, the new gang worked like
mutes; and too the plank the rity
owns, and inado somo arreat lnno
schutes to wheel their harrows up and
down, and haul their brick and mortar;
and the city didn't got as jnuoh as a lit
tle silver quarter, for a hundred and
eighty feet of plank, and 3x4's in un
der, it makes hs hot to soo them swipe
the whole d works, by tbundet I Bat
tbe assy tbisg Out we cm do wbes
Attxot of Assessment.
IN WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA, FOU THE TEAR 1001.
Horses of all ages
Cattle of all ages , "
Mulr and askus of all agwa
Sheep of nil ngea
ling of all ages
Steam eiiKiiifv, including boilttrs
Kit n and bin glar.proof safe
Itilliatd, pigeon hole, hagatulln and similar tables
Cnringes and wngom
WntehpM and elof ks
Sewing and knitting machines
Moloileons and oigMii
Muu'handiso on Iniid
Matuii.il and nnnufncUiicd aiticlc
Munufactarct u' tools implements and niachiner
othi'r than ' oiltui and cngiiKH
Agrlculiural tooN, implcaionts and machinery
(Sold and silver plato and plated ware
Dinmouds and jewelry
Moupys of b-ink, b-wker, hroker or stock loMier
Ct edits of Innli, b inker, binker or stock Johbei'
Moneys other tlum of liank, banker, broker 01
Ci edits other than of bank, banker, broker 01
Bonds, stock, and state, count y, city, village, 01
school diotilct wan ants, ami municipal secur
ities of any kind whatever
Shares of capital stock of companies and associa
tions not incoiporated by tbo hw of this state
except shares of stocks of untie mil banks
Propel ty of saloons nnd eating houses
Household or ofllco fuinituto and pioperty
Investments in real estate, improvements thereon
Amount of railroad prnpei ty
All othor property required to be listed. ' '
Total valuo of personal property
Number of acres of Improved lands
Number of acres of unimproved lands '"
Total of all lands.
JT.UIIIWU1 .Ik IIUMIITCI1 Tiling Ui WH.J IIJIP , .
Number of unimproved village r city lota
Total of nil lots
Total valuo of all property
1 1C0 00
. 13.303 00
. .,. nr,
Number of acrea in cultivation in wheat
Number of ncros in cultivation in com
Number of acres in cultivation in oats
Number of asics in cultivation in bailey
Number of acies in cultivation in meadow
Number of acres in cultivation In rye
Number of acroa in cultivation in millet
Numbor of acres in cultivation in alfalfa
Number of fruit trees
Number of forest trees . . ,
Namber of grape vinea
thoy take tho city's boodle, is to plough
through mud for Polnioky's joint, and
whlstlo Vnnkeo Doodle, and get n
dtiuk, and tell tho boys, how tho
moneyed men has 'sticked 'cm, and
thank our Heavenly Father that we'ro
not tho only victim." We want tbo in
formation universally absorbed that wo
aro not guilty of originating tho abovo.
If wo wore to comment poetically on
this subject you would probably hear
us murmur or yell: "Don't blame the
big promoters, they're not ta blame at
all; if you want to rive semebedv k 1.
go to the city hall, and get tho council
up in lino anl with all vour mlaht and
main, mako them stand in front of you
and blow hot air or flamo. Tell them
that wo elected them not solely for
tllfllr tntlrn. lint, tn irnf. rlwlit nut- .nJ
hump themselves and save the eity's
Low rates via the Burliasrtoi . I3.M
to Beatrico and return June 20th to
July 4th. A program ef extraordinary
merit has been preparod. W. S. Sena
tor B, R. Tillman, of Seath Carolina,
Rev. Frak W. Uansalos of Chicago,
Rev. Thomas Dixoa. Jr.. of Vow York
Mts, Mand Balliogton Booth are among
tho eloquent speakers who will address
tbo assembly. The second regiment
band ef Nebraska will vive rintlv nn.
certs. Tho original Fisk jubileo singors
and the Ottumwa male quartette will
also be tbore. Numerous othor attrac
tions serve to combine a ram lKiiior.K
ual treat with an inoxpousivo outing.
For information about tickets nnd rnin
sorvico apply to nearest agent B. & 14.
R. R. R. or writo to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
Is iloubtless the highest human good.
It is especially so to women, to whom it
Mieaas the preservation of beauty, hap
piness in the home, and the enjoyment
of social duties. There can be no good,
health for anv
woman who suf-1
ters from woninn-
ly diseases. Her
Her flesh loses
its fmuaess. Her
eyes are dull, She
nus us Home Hap
piness, no social
tion cures the dis
eases which de
stroy the health.
It establishes reg-;
uiniuy, unes U1&-
tion and ulceration, and cures female
weakness. It gives good health to
women, which means tranquil nerves, a
good appetite and sound sleep.
5ljftnei 1 Ugan lo feci better. I took fJSXZ
dolllf.' worth' of the 'nivortte PrSctlSK
ami Oolden Medic! DlKO?irV. I SaShll I
five dollars' worth m a iin .U .iAS!?5f.J!
oX nr. I'lerce'i Pellet., i would not tikT.
donVnle4 VSSS0 ""S&BS S
Sit"' ,.m"ri flr trial. I Sn "ork
IdJlc' Unytllank you forVuVkliS
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, in paper
covers, is sent? on receipt of ai otZ
" 8ta.T to pay expemie of maUi
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