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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1900)
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Ladiks' Muslin Undkuweak. y
Oscar I'rovolt is putting in u new
pair of scale?.
Samuel Saunders is moving on tliu
J. 0. Duller farm.
J. W. Corbett will ro to the Smith
county scat next week as a .juror.
Little Luda Sciivucr has hint a seri
ous spell of sickness, though is some
hotter at present.
Prof. Kliott of Hod Cloud who was to
lecture at Mt. Hope lust Thursday
failed to Rot there.
Some sickness on our creik. Clark
Stevens and some of his family havo
pneumonia or Iuiir fever.
.Jesse Sapp and family of Cora and
Chas. liitrrett and family of Judson
were visitiiiR relative.? on our creek
The Mt. IIopo school will soon bo a
thiiiR of the past. Prof. Frnzierhas
tatiRht a seven months' term and Riven
Mr.s.Kmma Scrivncr of (Srand Island
is visitinc her sick mother and two
brothers who aro down with pneu
monia or Iuiir fever.
Frank Smith is making a new cistei n
near his residence for convenience
sako. Scrivner says for him not to let
the Mt. Hope school district know
that he don't know any better than to
mako a cistern.
THE BIG STORE
MINER BROS., Red Cloud, Neb.
O. X. MORSE,
RED CLOUD, NEHKA3KA.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
Myers is kept very
ONE DOOK NORTH OF F. & M. HANK BUILDING.
TIfcArJEJS IvTJMBISJfc CO.
LUMBER and COAE,
JESuilciir&g: material, Bte.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" h H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many nf you havo lost the prh-u of this K.nglnn In ono day on account of In
HUfllclont wliul to opcnilo your wind mills, ifiivlnk' your mock wllhotit wiitor. (lot one
now to do your nuinpliiR wlit'n tlmre Is no wluit or to do It roguliirly, Weather (loos not
ulTcut IIh work, hot or cold, wet or dry, wind or culm, It In nil llio huiiio to IIiIh maolilne.
Will also vlioll corn, Krlnd feed, buw wood, churn liuttor unci In handy for a hundred other
JubH, In tlio linuso or on tho furni, Cols nothlni; to Uecp when not working, and only 1
to 3 conts per hour when worklnpr. HIiIpixmJ completely mi up, ready to run. no founda
tion needed, ii Krent moor nnd money Miver. ueniiirts iiriictleiiny no intention, ami li
absolutely sate. Wo mako ull alien or (jiianllno l!ni!lnei, from U to Tn tiorNO nwer,
or circular and special prices.
Clarence Jones is not very well this
(irandpa Pitney is quite sick this
Mrs. S. A. Burwcll isablo to be about
tho houso onco more.
There was a regular spring thunder
storm last Saturday night.
I'ho revival meetings at the church
closed last Sunday evening
Mr. E. A. Van Dyke of Franklin, wis
down in this vicinity, Wednesday.
Mr. O. U. Harvey went to Riverton
on business Wcdnosday afternoon.
Tho farmers are all planting oats and
the nut si u of tho stalk cutter is heard
on every hand.
Mrs. Qurrie Harvey, is homo
again after a three months sojourn in
Missouri. She says she prefers Ne
braska dust to Missouri mud.
Last Sunday afternoon at the 41
school houso. Rev. Rippetoe' preached
the funeral address over tho remains
of the infant son of Everett and
Heim. lho little ono had bean sick
only a week. Tho heartfelt sympathy
of their many friends is extended to
tho bereaved parents.
Last Saturday evening when Rev.
Hussong arrived in Inn vale ho found b
young couplo from Garfield precinct
waiting to bo married. As their li
conso had been, procured in Franklin
county, to Franklin county they were
obliged to go to get married, so Rev.
and Mrs. Hussong took a fresh horso
and drove over the lino where iho
marriage ceremony was performed
and thoy returned in timo for a rather
Sowing oxts is fhe order of the dny.
Horn, to Mr. and Mr. James Kcagle
Mrs. Wildey Sundayd with friends
Clark Stevens children are getting
better at this writing.
E. VV. Anderson will move to his now
homo in tho near future.
F. D. Hutchison planted potatoes
and sweet corn this week.
Mrs. Reeves of Cuido Rock was the
guest of friends in Lino this week.
Polly Campbell is very low with the
pneumonia fevi-r and is not expected
Rev. Mllon Points of Walnut creek
preached at Dlst. 8 Sunday morning
and evening to a large congregation.
Mrs. Will Scrivner of Grand Island
was called home on account of tho
M SPRING GOODS HOW W !
VIVJ WIS 013 lY COMPETITION.
We inarch over competitors fortresses if 1 1 tjjjh Prices and bring relief to Lady
Smith, Lady Jones, or any other Lady's l'ocket Mook. You mill do well to
look over our immense line of India Linens, Dimities nnd White Goods.
We have taken special paitn in selecting these goods and we are sure it will
relieve the ladies to know they can get just what they want at Turnurc Bros.
We are now showing the most completer stock of new seasonable Dry Goods that
we have ever shown. Our increasing trade demands the large stock we
have purchased for cash. Meing large buyers, and paying spot
cash, enables us to give our customers allthere is in it.
India Linens and Dimities 5c to 50c per yard.
Corsets at 25c, 35c, soc and $1.00.
Lace Curtains at 48c, 75c, $t.oo and up.
Yard wide blenched Muslin, 5c, 6c, yc nnd 8c.
Tailor Made Silk Waists.
Wo call your attention to the largo as
sortment and new aed fashionable stylos
Wo aro oilcring these at extremely low
Silk Waist Patterns.
In:) and I yard lengths. Wo have mi
extensive lino of tho nobbiest patteiiis wo
cvei had. Ask tosutthem.
Tailor Made Suits.
Prospective customers for a tailor mail!
suit will bo pleased when they see ui
suits. I lie Htjlcntiit
mako is tho l:itr-t
and best, and t' c
prico is ns cheap as
others ask for old
styles and cheap workmanship.
Prices from $5.00 to $18.00.
Tailor Made Jackets.
A new line of Tailor Made Jack
ets from $3.50 to $8.00.
Ginghams & Wash Goods.
A boavtiful line of ginghams from 4u to
GOo per yard.
Dress goods Ginghams Ho, 8c ami 10c
Apron chocks 4c, 5c, Co and 7c per yard.
French Ginghams, 10c to 50c per yard.
A nice now lino of now Shirt Waists.
Como early and get a choice
Wo have several lines of Shoes wo aro
going to close out at less than inanufac
fi8 pairs of Fremlmaii llros it Si'haelV
ir's Ladies lino $').&() shot1, to close at,
$1 05, in Turin ami Welt soles, Kid and
Vesting Tops, in C audi) Widths.
'.) piths Ladies Fine Shoes at Me.
It) pairs Hamilton llrowu 12.50 shoes,
pointed toe, laco or hull 011, at$l IS
27 pairs Men's Vici Kid, lace, ein toe,
$2.50 shopi at J2.00 per pair.
All our Men's colored shoes in Tans,
and Chocolates, in all tho new toes at
less Until maiititacturers wholesale price.
Wo aro peing to close this line out ami
tpiit handling men's colored shoes.
Men's SI! 5(1 Chocolate vici kid a". 82 25.
Men's :MK) Chocolate and Tan, vici kid
Men's $4.00 chocolato aud tan calf
shoes at $2.25.
Oranges, per dozon, l'2o to 35c.
Raisins, good, 5c per pound.
Fine evaporated California Peaches at
10c per pound.
Evaporated Apples 10c per pound.
Whito Russian soap, 8 bars for 25c.
Lenox soap, 8 bars for 25c.
Fidelity soap, 15 bars for itfe.
Nico lino of Toilet soap, cheap.
Tomatoes, !t cans for 25c.
Got our prices on carpets before
making a purchase. Wo will savo you
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have been conducted by Rev. Con
Hewitt of the U. li. church, have clos
ed with one conversion.
Write 1 1,,IU-slt "Lr
FfllRBflKS, MORSE St CO., OulRHfl, NEB.
mother, Mrs, Georgo
1'he meeting tt Penny creek which
Lou to the Community.
The decease of Mrs. Annie YeiHcr de
serves more than u passing notieo. In
thedoathof this estimable woman the
community has lost a charitable and
kindly resident, whoso place will be
hard to fill. Yesterday was a cad timo
when the mistress of Maple Grave was
carried forth to rest in "God's ncro" in
(tor old homo in Pennsylvania.
Tho scrvico of the Episcopal church
was said by Rev. F. J. Mallett, rector
of St. Paul's church, this city, of which
church and parish Mrs. Yeiser was a do
voted member and communicant for
many years. Surrounding tho relatives
who wore bereaved were many friends
and neighbors, who assembled to pay
the last tribute to ono whom all honor
d and esteemed for her unostentn
tinusspietyand benovolunco. r
Through a Jlfo that had known some
sorrow she had been appreciated for a
rare cheerfulness and sunniness of dis
position, which was an inspiration, and
many recipients of hor kindness will
miss her sorely,
Tho remains were taken to Lancas
ter, Pa., by tho bereaved husband and
other members of tho family where
they will bo interred on Saturday.
Ueloit (Wis.) Frco Press.
"J'ho Saloons must go." Anti.Sa.
"We're from Missouri," Tho peoplo,
Now i the tine to lubfctibe,
W, Ii. Humphrey, stale insurance in
specsor was hero Tuesday.
Hot biscuits aud coffee at the .J ones
hardware store this week.
O. A. Edgcrton of Hamburg, Iowa is
looking after his interests in this local
ity this week.
Carey Georgo returned from Idaho,
where he wont to locate last fall. Ne
braska is'good enough yet.
E. Hollon n real estato dcalor of
Corning, Iowa was visiting our real es
tato dealer, I, li. Colvin last Sunday.
Mr. Price tho McCormiok agent, Mr.
Robinson tho Champion agent and Mr.
Dimmick tho Deering agent are all
rustling business in this vicinity.
Died, Friday March 23, at 4:10 a. m.
Honjamin II. Crow, of pneumonia.
Mr. Crow was ono of the old settlers of
this county, and was respected by all.
Drs. Mosshartof Lincoln, and Paco
of this place perfor-icd a surgical op
eration the first of tho week for W. E.
Tompkius. Mr. (Tompkins is gotting
along very nicely.
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
aro held in tho superintendent's office
at Red Cloud, the third Saturday in
Eva J. Case, County Supt.
We have added to our
stock a cotnplote
line of tho latest
I Magazines and
3 Story Papers.
Shakclnto Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet,
ingrowing nails, and instantly takes
tho sting out of corns and bunions.
It is tho greatest comfort discovery of
tho age. Allen's Foot Easo makes
tight or now shoes feel easy. It is a
certain euro for sweating, callous,
and hot tired, aching feet. Try it to
day. Sold by all druggists and shoo
stores. Hy miil for 2fio in stamps.
Trial package free Address Allen S.
Olmitead, Leroy, N. Y.
Wo solicit your
We carry tho largest
j Books and
In the city.
J C. L. LOTTING, t
4 The Drug fist, j
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