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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1908)
NEW YORK STORE
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Reorganization Clearing Sale
In this sale we are going to sell out completely several of the different lines of goods. Now is your oppor
tunity to get extraordinary bargains in them as they must all go. In addition to the special prices on all the
regular goods, we place an sale several special lots of goods in short lengths and remnants. These are much
better than the goods known as mill remnants, and at these prioes are great bargains.
FINAL SELLING OUT
Of our entire stock of Ladies', Misses, Boys and
As we will probably discontinue this line in our
new deal, this will probably be your last chance to buy
Shoes at our Money Saving Bargain Prices. It will
pay you to buy all you can now.
Ladies 2.00 Vici Kid Shoes, sale price $1.45
2.25 " " ' 1.70
,, 11 11 11 11 M , q
-.O I .o-)
3.50 " ' 2.6s
' " 3.00 l'nt. leather shoes, sale price 2.25
1 en " " " " " n fig
Boys i .75 Pontine Shoes, sale price 1 .35
" . 2.25 1 70
This is the best line of Boys Shoes for wear ever
sold in this city. Every pair warranted.
The largest and best line of Baby soft sole shoes
ever shown here. All on sale at 43c per pair.
Baby English Barefoot Sandals $ .55
Childs " " r " 60
" $ .85 Dongcla Kid shoes at 6S
1.00 Vici Kid shoes at 78
125 " " " UO
Misses 135 Dongola lace shoes at 1.15
" 1 .56 Vici lace shoes at 1 .20
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" " 00 " " 1 s-S
Our entire new spring stock of Ladies, Misses and
Chilclnsblack or tan Oxfords and Slippers all on sale
at wholesale cost.
Red Cloud - - Nebraska.
l'CULISHED BVI3KV PI.1DAY.
Jtnltred In tho l'mtoniro nt Ited I'loiM.Neli .
aiheioml i'Iii- .Mnitvr
K. II. n.'jWOLt' - IVrnMint
3l.jj.ir J. O.CiMul
riftli ..... - ' "
TrtuMitur - '', NmIit
l.'tmiic.IlnH'ii, ll waul . . KI Arini'k
eouarltiauu S'hJ lYiir.J . . ' .v. Mr.Viilinr
Siiu' I.liilil Blul Wiitc-i orr IliirroiiKli.
JInrhl,.lny Al slum-
ZdnMial. nlfitu . .IiIiuMiiu
r'lcrk DMtlct iiurt Cicu. V. Untrliltun
Jmlise I w K1U011
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Mirtltr (j I). UuiU'c
Aiwf(ir. ,.. II ('. Si'ott
Sllt. J'llllllf. IllMttU1 lull- Xi'llloCusliT
Ouiticr Dr. ; It. Hull
hitveyor. Geo. ou'iltii;
COimliioiier3 in, 0. Overman
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Win Atuleti 11
(ii'n iV. Ilinuinvl
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The instrunu'iitnl iTiuliiis iwv from
jjjivurnnicnt btuiuliird iiistrtiuu'iits i'.
yweil in the milliner leeominemU'il by
thu chief of the weutlier bureau:
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Weather Summary far June.
Highest temperature '.'Sth. '.1.'.
Lowest tempel-atiire :.'tiili, H.
Orcnte&t raii,v 30lh, :u.
ltulufn.ll, T. LS luchei..
llays with .01 or more, 17
Clear days Hi, part eloiuly 1. cloudy
La u r imruK.'UATiiiri
ft'Ciil'JifS t?J" laiB&BJBSS&Zi
Not particular about location,
hear lroin owner only who
etilt direct to buyer. CJIvo price.
description nud statu when posesilou
cau ba had. AtVlrcas,
L. DAUBYStllX. Box M
Kotlnttr, tl. T.
KeprojLMitativo LitllelleliVs attiiek
on tho Klieiinun iiuti-tiust luw, buloto
tliu Illinois bur iissociution lit Clii
eiitfo, was not so much an attack on
this law, after all, as on the manner of
It is doubtless true, as he assert, t
tlml some three-qiuutui-s of a million
dollars have lieuit expended in its -n-1
Increment, cesult,in in only Sliii.OW)
of line-, iiutl that the average niiiuber
of convlclitius has bui-n only little
more than one a ye.ir in the last even
This tloos not prme that the law is
bad or faulty, lr tloes move -since
convictions have been secuted that
Its enforcement is possible. If I here
have not bten nioie convictions it is
because tho administration lias been
lame and half hearted in the perform
mice of its duty.
Ami that this is tho fact is a matter
of common knouluilKc. Kindly and
bravely enforco.l, without fenr or par
tiality, tills, law would dlssolvo the
Kieat monopolistic trusts ai.tl restoie
free competition. Yet the truth is
that since the law was passed, the
number of trusts has qtiadrirpled,
while the amount of capital they con
trol, both actually and by compaiison,
with the entire industrial capital, has
That the steel trust exists everyone
knows. That it arbitrarily fixes prices
the trust itself has proclaimed pub
licly, and that within the last few
weeks The law itself makes the trust
and its actions illegal. Yet tho ad
ministration has not lifted its Hukoi
to compel this (,'icat trust to obey tho
Tlio country is Kpiaicly face to fin e
with the question whether the anti
trust law shall bo enfoiced. Its en
forcement does not mean tho clo.siiiK
down of the faclorios. lint it does
mean the dissolution of the Irit-ts. It
means that waes, tho prices of raw
materials, and the prices of Mulshed
products shall ho llxod, not by u joint
board, but by the nceat law of compe
tition. It means honest business and
fair prices, and these mean, in turn,
morn and better biislnoss anil a more
stable, just, and evenly distributed
The iioii-enfoicoment ortho law, on
the other hand means a confession
that this nulbu is not reat and stroiiK
enough to uu force tho law against
monopolistic wealth. It means a con
tessiou that the trusts 1110 stroiiKar
and more powerful than tho people
and their government. It moans that
the trust sy.stcm is to continue, and
Ktow, till tho last vestitfea of compo
tition are destroyed, and private mono
poly absolutely controU the Industrial
Mold. Thi-, in it. I mil. menus that
All the Wash Goods
on sale lit extraordinary Harguin
Prices. Per yurd, 7?c, 10c, LHc,
12c, 18o UIhLIMc.
Special lot of 15c Wash Goods on
Halo in U'.j to 10 yuid leiiKtbs. Sale
price- jior ynrd l.lc.
Speelol lot. or i0c and 2."o Wasli
Drts.s Fabrics on sale iu 'l1, to 10 yard
longths. pop yard 10c.
White Goods and India
Special lot of White Goods and In
dia Linons on sale in '2 t ." yuid
lengths. Goods that soli toguhirly
from 10c to "0c per yard new ."je, 7e, He,
10c, I'j;.! to inc.
Special lot of "c anil 3c Outings on
salo in 2$ to 7 yard lengths. Per yard
Spocial lot or 10c and l'JKc Outings
on salo in '-Mrf to 7 yard lengths. Per
Special Toweling Bar
gains 100 yards of Linen and Union Crash
Toweling on sale in '21., ,'l, I and fi yard
lengths, at per yard, V,e, flijc, (5.o.
Special Gingham Bar
gains (100 yards 10c Checked Ginghams.
Assortod checks and colors in 'J. 2'..,
.'!, 1 and 'i yard lengths. or yaid 7 .
uro to beeumc obsolete, inure historic
tcrnia, mill tlml the tuition will tliou
have to determine its destiny a-, to
whether it shall be privately monoi ml
ized or publicly monopolized -shall bo
plutocratic or socialistic,
There is no evadinu the Usue. Wo
must either destroy I he trusts us trusts
or they will ohn us or we will o.mi
them. The demociatic party stun. Is
for tho dissolution of tho trust-, and a
return to the ciunptftitivc system; the
ccpublicaii party, through its f.iiiuto
to t'llloi'CH till' Silini'm.'iii 1'iuv tin t.w-
I tl.. in I,,- ilt ..,,,...1;.......... ..1...1'
,.i . ,-, 1 vil 1 1 riling Jllltl i iJt III.
staiuls for the ontiniianee of the
trusts, ami so for the plutocracy ur
socialism illlemma. K..
McCunc S Storav Said Clotlilnft.
A deal was made last week heivbv
l. C. Chevalier bcctime.s the sole p.
sessorof the liirjrc elothiii,' .stock of
McCunc A Stoiey. both Mr. .Met line
anil Mr. Storey retiring from the busi
ness. Mr. Mi'fiuie will continue to
run the business until the titst t,f Au
gust when an iuvoL-e will be taken and
Mr. Chevalier will take pos.scssinu.
Mr. Chevalier will continue the busi
ness in the old Maud ami we predict
success fur him as he has a large ac
quaintance both here anil west of its.
He is not new at the business as helms
been in the business for over three
years and understands It tliorourlil,,
Mr. Mediae, we under.stand. will move
to ICearnev for the present, but has
not decided what business lie will take
up. lie has conducted a clean business
while here and lists made many friends
by his upright, progressive way of
business dealing. We wisli him 'suc
cess wherever he may decide tn Incut..
Ileal Estate Transfers.
For tho week ending Tuesday, .June
'III,, furnished by the Fort Abstract Co.
L. II. Fort, Manager,
Statu of Nebr. to L A llasklns.
nw nw 1.V1-11. deed ;;
State of Nebr. to L A Ihiskius,
lie nw sw n'e, s.' u w ;jiio
State of Nebr. to L A llaskius,
nw ne HI-1-1 1, deed jso
W V Ilenkcl to Claude l'duilcy,
lots to. it, ltll; ::. Iuavalc, ml, tun
A S Carpenter to Claud l'Con'.cy.
lots l, :,, lilk :i, Iuavalc, d... too
Otto. I King to W A llarcus, lot
1. Illk 3, Spenee's ','nd add to
llladcn. wd 1700
Cy .lennings to Oscar Llmlgren.
h-i nel, Iti-I-I':, qcd 100
.Mortgages filed, ST.'l','.-!.
12 i-2c and igc
Spocial lot or 12V;ohu(11Gc Zephyr
Gingham. On salo in 2'$ to 10 ynrd
iongths, per yard 7 jC.
Cut Price Sale
All the Umbrellas, Ladies' Combs,
Belts, Handkerchiefs, Notions, Hosi
ety, Ktc, will bo placed on salo at
wholesale cost'or les9.
Ladies' and Men's SL'J.'i unbrellus 8 .7.)
1.50 - SiS
1.75 " 1.r
" 2.00 " lIlTi
All tho MonV. Ladies', Boys' Misses'
and Uhildreit's Hosiery will lie sold
at special cut price. All th notions
at cut prices. King's thread '-.'c, Coat's)
thread 7c. Bargains in ho:e suppoit
era, handkerchief.-, collars, pins, safoty
pins, nevitiu, buttons, braids, corsets,
li iud hags, purser, shoes, laces, ob.
CUT PRICE SALE
On All the Czrrnn Petticoats, Heather-
bloom. I-Vathersilkand Arbutus Cloth.
$1.50 underskirts, salo price
2, CO " " "
m ira m m & m m BtTth
r -IW" rr m . t , n r " ?
I PW - tM
She aSsselafe prSJy cM feoaiS:
Balness cS tood ffaised
ma PliliJ fmUWB Pol
A pure, cream of tartar powder
its fame is worid wide
No aiuni ; no phosphate o lime
Iliisbauil I'm afraid I'm becoming
rross eyed, my dear. Wife The Idea!
Why do you think th.tiV Husband
Tills thing of trying to look at my in- 1
come ami our espt'i.'-cs at lac same
time Is slowly but surely getting ihi
work In. Chlcag) News.
Mrs. Iloyle I've found out where
my husband spends tils evenings. Mrs.
Doyle Where'' Mrs. llovle At home.
You see. 1 had to stay In inynelf last
night. Harper's Weekly.
That !. I'very man's country
le lives l.v.st. Aristophanes.
"Y ho wan dis Itlp Vun WlukleV
"An old time guy wot slept In
"Didn't have 110 public libraries, 1
s'pose, In his day?" Louisville Con
Cruelty awl fenr shake hands tO(!th
111:1:1: Is UKI.ti::.' I'OH WOMXN.
Jtoilicrilruy. niirn" In New York ilNcovcrcd
nu nrniiiatt.. piciimiir lnri euro foroniou'b
tils iMjtcil Als ntAI.IA.NI.KAl''. It Is I he only
ouitnia reuulutor. Uuti'x fmniilo uoiikncsiicB
11111I lmrkurhe. kltlncv. I, Udder mill nrlnnrv
troubles At nil (IriicsWt" or ' mall r.u rvutx,
Sample I'MKi:. Aildrcn, Tlio Mollior Orav Co., '
I.e Key, X. Y.
Short Lengths and Remnants
of calicoes, percales, dimities batistes, lawms and other
wash goods on sale at 9 to 10 a. m. and 2 to 3 p. m.
each day of this sale, per yard 30
As we have only a limited quantity of these, they
will be on sale only at the above terms, not more than
15 yards to each lady customer. These goods are,
without question, one of the greatest bargains ever of
fered in this class of material. They are in 2A to 10
yard lengths, and are perfect, high class goods
Extraordinary Dress Goods Bargains
Sptcial lot of the newest and lateot 50c and 65c
Wool Dress Fabrics. Sale price per yard 25c
Special lot of the $1.15 and $1.25 Imparted Wool
Dress Fabrics; handsome designs and colors. Sale
price per yard 59c
65c black and colored Panama Dress Goods. Sale
65c black and colored Mohair Dress Goods. Sale
All the $1.00. $t.2sa'ul Si.o one black DressGoods
j on sale at, per yard
In organizing-the new deal we shall probably dis
continue the Millinerv department which means that
.45 j every hat in this stock must be sold.
a mi Zl S3 Id 4
A word to the
wives is sufficient.
Sold only in aroma-tight
tins. , Never in bulk.
J. A. FOLGER G2. COj
CT0U0HtO toooi .
75c, 85c and 95c
Out of AH Our
(NVI.AMMATOUY ItHEUMATIsM CL'KBD IN
.Morton I.. Illll of l.i:tMi:oa. tail., myv; "ly
-lfe liii Iiitlniiiinntorv llhuiimnthm la ir?ry
ipuvi-ly hli I lolnt: Iiit MiiTurlut: wiik terrihlu
niil ner li niv anil fHro veto mvoIIcu almo-it he
jf.ni) rrrns tition: liml Itcii In i;etl kls neni
iiinl linil 1'lnht ilihieUiiN. tin' r-relvcl no
iMMit'bt inn 1 Kho trlttl llr. Hun 'huiN Hi Her for
lilirtiRiiitlci. It ciivu hunipiliiui' relief nmt
' t' WH- Still) III WHlt III. (lilt U ll.ri.lMlHVf 1 a
v.ro :. m.il ,er llrV." sold iiy H. K. Orlcc,
1 1 j;, . K01I f lotl.l.
I rDon'i Euy land nor Loan
jQiiey on Kea! Estate
without getting one of Teel's
perfect Abstracts of Title. The
oldest and most reliable set of
Abstract books in Webster Co.
Sio.nro bond Hied and approved.
Keprisents six of the best In
surance companies doing busi
ness in the state.
LOANS MADK on CITY PROPERTIES
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Office in Ovcrlng Block.
Phonos: Boll 98, FarmcrsOG
(Coffees, Teas, Extracts and
are the very best that can ho found
any i here in the city and we are will
ing to test them with any brands that
you may have, .hist a word to any
si'ui.v or lodge doings; Yon are wcl
co in. to our Cohee and Napkins free
of el-urge If you assure us that you
will give them a fair test. We are also
offering good bargains in evaporated
Prunes, Black Grapes,
In linking Powders we have the differ
MB G., Dr. Price's, Koyal,
Cassett, Rabbit's Foot.
These are sohPat popu'ar prices.
Olvo us, a call,
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