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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1901)
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The creditors of the Nebraska Mercantile Company for whom
I am acting as trustee have ordered the balance of the
stock of goods which was owned by the
converted into cash by August 15th, 1901. On that date I am
to make my final report to the creditors and the proceeds of the
sale of this stock is to be pro-rated among the creditors at that
time. My instructions are to sell this stock of goods at retail
from now until Saturday night, August 10, 1901, at a
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Diseoant of 20 per cent to 50 per cent from Wholesale Prices I
After August ioth I am to do no more retailing. The goods remaining on hand at that time will be shipped back to the wholesale houses. After August 10th if you want
any of these goods you will have to buy the entire stock as I am positively prohibited from selling at retail after that date. ,
Saturday Night, August 10 This Store Will Cease
to Do Business in fled Cloud.
If you want any of the bargains we are offering in the following lines
Groceries, Dress Goods, plain and novelties, Summer Goods, in the latest effects,
Percales, Prints, Outings, Shirtings, Tickings, Muslins, Table Linen, Notions,
Hosiery, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Carpets, Mattings,Mackintoshes,
Overalls, Work Shirts, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Corsets and Shoes,
you must purchase them before Saturday night, August 10. We are"going to sell everything in the store from now until Saturday night, August ioth at much below hot
weather prices in order to avoid the expense of shipping the goods.
Have You Perfect
Highct authorities nit tin eyes
ay vu have not.
Tmlny the absolutely peifect
eyt is unknown.
I-i the defect in your eyes suf
licient to fiiuie hriiniful i epulis?
Tlii-i mny be determined bv our
tcientifiu measurements of the
eye, and in no other way.
U( of glne iidvlsid if jon
need lliem otherwise not.
Glasses old it you want them
but no compulsion about it.
Jiemhoiise - Bros.
Red Cloud, Neb.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Move repairs wt W. W. Wright's.
Hfty contsilk foulards atOrcayind.
Geo. V. Hummel of Dewcese, was
bore this week.
C the way to Albright Brothers, a
carload of furniture.
Cap. Houchin loft Tuesday morning
for n trip to Oklahoma.
Stowurt Albright was looking nf er
inattuis at Superior Tuesday.
Fino bust French ginghams, regular
!0c. a yard, our prieo 22c Minkk
II. T. I'ottor loft Tuesday evening to
enjoy himsolf at Salt Lake City dm inc.
I ho heated term.
Goo HolliHtcrlost valuable cow n
l'uesdu uioiuiug by the auimal M
lug in a Hold of enno,
Visitors are uhiuja made welcomi u
Albright Bros, whether you purclm
ut not. Alw.M glad to'sefyru.
Tiik Ciiikk f 1 per year.
Jacob Kindcher of Guide Rock was
here this week.
Our special price on dollar eoiscts i
09c Minkk Bitos.
A lino line of summer lap robes and
fly nets nt Fogel & Hutchison's.
George M. Caster of Riverton visited
with friends here the tirst of the week.
Attorney J. R. Mercer was looking
after business matters at Superior this
Miss Cora Garber who has been visit
ing her parents hero has returned to
Mr?. Frank Sleeper left Monday fot
a visit with telalives at David City,
Miss Lillie Burnett of McCook is
hero this week visiting with friends
Have you seen the latest stiles of
nets and dusterx? Butler's is the placo
Mrs. Mary Kdburg of Stromsberg,
this state was ht-ro the last of the week
visiting with friends.
Don't lorgot the date and place of
the special sale of nets, dusters and
light hat ness at Butler's.
Finest lino of iron beds and fancy
rockers in tho valley, at bed-rock
prices at J. C. Wolfe's, tho furniture
R. D. Gaston, trustee for the Nobras
ka Mercantile Co. is hero this week
looking after the linal disposal of that
Farm loans at 5 pei cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cathor,
ottlco over Cottiug's drug store, Red
Mrs. Win. Vood9 who has been viut
Ing bore with her parents, Mr. nnd
Mis. J. O. Llndloy has returned to her
homo at McCook.
Latest music by most popular anthotsi
found at Musio Store. Any thing not
in sIock ordnred at once. All musio at
lowest possiblo prices.
T K Penman, wife and little daugh
ter returned Tuesday morning fiom u
sovural weeks visit in the east and till.
lug In the Buffalo exposition.
Fut lady Don't sleep too much: o
orcho; dout cat fats and sweots. To
reduce rapidly tako Rocky Mountain
Tea. Acts directly on the fatty t'sucp.
25c C. L. CorriNa.
Bolts are cheap nt The Fair.
Colonial bust foi m CO ci nts each at
Tho Ciiiek and Chicago Inter Ocean
tie year for 1.2fi
Fly nets and dusters in endless va
liety at Fogel & Hutchison's.
Grain ranch and COO acre pasture for
leut. T. J. MoKinnv, Hoxie, Kansas.
You can get granite and tinware
cheap at I'ne Fair. A new line just re
ceived. John S. Marsh of Guide Rock was
here Wednesday looking after business
Special salo on nets, dusters and
lglit .harness for tho next thirty days
at J. O. Butler's.
Mis. J. A. Tulloys aud children left
Wednesday evening for n sojourn at
Special Lace and Ribbon S.ilo 55
pcrcont discount on nil Lace and Rib
bon from July 22 to 27 nt the Fair.
Sunday was tho hottest dny of the
season. Tho thermometer went up to
112 and then stopped for waut of more
Numerous limbs wero blown from
treos in tbis city during the storm
Tuesday evening. Aside from this no
damage is reported.
GENERAI CITY NEWS.
Gennan - Insurance -Co.,;
OF FREEPORT, ILL. 1
Tho largest old line company in the
Farmers Mutual Ins Co.
Of ehraskal of Lincoln.
Uiiirgest mutual in tho stuto with!
over .100 policies in Webster
O. C. Teel, AgtJ
Rkd Cloud, Nkukaska.
Mrs. George Wilson of Guide Hock
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Hunt of Riverton was visiting
Mhs Attn Smelser this week.
Mrs. Charley Bull roturned Monday
from a visit with friends in Riverton.
Mrs. Spatildingof Riverton was visit
ing frionds in the city the tirst of the
You are missing bargains overv day
by not watching the Special Sale win
dow at The Fair.
Sunday was about the hottest day
of the summer in this city. The ther
mometer registered 112.
Some of the masons at work on the
Wright-Potter building spent Sunday
with their families in Hastings.
Charley Amack, Bert Crowley and
Elmer Wilson are among thoso who
have gone from hero to Oklahoma.
The Grice Drug store building re
ceived ii nice coat of paint tins week
which adds much to its nppc.irance.
Finest lino of rocking chairs and the
greatest variety of dining chairs ever
thrown upon the market found nt Al
E.J. Overing Sr., was attending to
business mattors in Burr Oak Wed
nesday. His daughter Sadie accompa
The heavy wind which accompanied
the rniu of Tuesday blew over Mike
Finkiubinder'a wind mill and moved
hii large barn.
James Burden nnd wife and C, D.
RobiiiMHi and wife who have been tak
ing an outing in the mountains have
L. D. Ontman is able to hobble
around on four legs after having been
laid up with a sprained ankle for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. Putti Jackson and Mr.". Walker
of Topekti, Kansas, mother aud shier
of Mrs. Al Galusha nriived in tho city
Mr. and Mrs. Rnusom of Mnnkuto,
Kansas, and Mis, Dunham; of Jayues-
villi, Wisconsin, visited with H. O. Cut
tor and wife last Fiiday.
W J. Hayes who was day operator
at the depot here several years ngo i e
mined here Saiuulny and will work in
iriiuttfi'iriug f i eight at the depot.
Another lino shower on Tuesday ero
uing. U was a purely local one nod
aside fiom cooling off tho toirid at
mosphere did not do much good.
.Mrs. it. McDonald, who has been
visiting with A. G. Stoncbrnker and
wife, returned to her homo in Shell
Rock, Iowa, the foro part of the week,
Wanted to know who has a CM' nf
Bei.j. Van Dyke's Prison Llff, lio..k
wn loaned and lender Ins forgotten
who n-ceived It I'lti let urn lo this
If ynu want nomc "just as good" "I
make it myself" remeny, try an imita
tion Rocky Mountain Ten. 'Twill nink-
I you Hick nnd keep you sick. C. L.
R. E. McBiiile ind family were visit
ing with relatives at Amhoy Thursday.
He reports a powerful lot of "suckers"
and a few cat fish nt the mill down
The republican county central com
mittee met on Wednesday, and desig
nated Wcdnosday, August 21, 1001,
as the day for the republican county
John Brush, living cast of town this
weok threshed out sevonteon acres of
wheal which went thirty-six bushels to
tho ncrc Not so bad for a drouth
Somu putties who went from this
placo to Denver to cool oil are swelter
ing in thu heated atuiuspheie of that
place which is always supposed lo be
cool, but where the meicury now goes
Tho water commissioner has been
busy this week shutting off water in
different parts of town whero the con
sumers did not care to pay for the
Poputy Sheriff Burdick in stepping
out or tho way of a workman nt tho
Oatiiian hotel building yesterday fell
between thu joist and hurt himself, but
in a few hours was all right again.
Tho assault and battory case of
Adolph Jcsson vs. Samuel Heaton Jr.
wns tried again last week and Heaton
was assessed a lino of ton dollars and
costs from which ho appealed to tho
A gentleman came in this week and
said ho owed us something on subscrip
tion nnd would divide with us. If
every one who owes us would havo the
same inclination to divido wo would
look into tho future without misgiv
ings. "Whist! Howld yer eajrs. Tho mim
burs of the batehlor culb hav' rocaved
notice thot one of their milliners will
ocn ulhtngu u loife of single blessed
ness f r a loifo of double oussedness."
Further than this this, exponent sayeth
9 A '
has raised thunder
but it hasn't raised
the price of
We are still ham
mering away and
can save you mon
Don't forget we make i '
the prices the lowest that
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
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