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KJSI) CLOUD, NEBRASKA. APRIL (, 11)00,
NUMBER 1 I
1 2f - iy' &
Lad ii:s' Musi. is
(I IliUlVIU?) H i"
The purchasing power of
your dollar is greater here
than elsewhere. The reason
buying and selling" for cash.
Cotton Dross Cooris, 0e to
Serges, l""' to $1.00.
Novelties, l'laids, Kiev, 10c
Suitings, newest styles tin
Hlack Goods, 10c to $2.7.".
Popular coleis, (.OctoH
THE BIG STORE
MINER BEOS., Red Cloud, Neb.
i To he Business Wen and People of Red
I Gloud and Vicinity. j
C. 13. MORSH, Tin-: Jkwelkr.
awaits your welcome and appreciation of his
services as a
W.VIVIIMAKF.U AND JliWKLKK.
Council mot in tegular session last
Wednesday evening at the mayor's of
liee, with all members preseit.
The minutes of last meeting wore
read nml approved.
Treasurer submitted report of the
condition of the city finances as fol
lows. Oci'ti.ntluti Fund iW Ttl
Wntcr l.ivy I'lttiil ItWlM
(Iriioriil filial li'l '"
Water I'uiiil ST ')
Total cn-li on limul I2 10
City treasurer was ordered to draw
money now in the hands of the enmity
treasurer as city road fund and trans
fer the same to the city general fund.
Committee on ordinance requested
more time which was granted.
Committee on water works oxtension
made Terbal report to the etTeet that
thoy could submit no plan until the lo-
cation of tho new wells had been as
certained nml it wns ordered that the
wntei commissioner, under the direc
tion of the committee, bo instructed to
secure well borer and put down wells
at site where test well is located.
Committee appointed tosecuro water
right from K. H. Smith reported that
damages to land could not be lixetl un
til location of wells was determined.
Following bills wire allowed and
warrants ordered drawn in pajment of
T,I Wni.l. work on stifels ? f" &u
(ifo bini'lH'r, miirclitil iiii'l night watch... . 1ft u
T W lliittlt-lil. Iniior w
Cart ItHtllclil.lnlior i -'
.1 M scHiir. engineer ... ID to
(1 W Dow. coiil - 1 1 l"
i: V ltos.ilrnynKi' 0 -'"
T.I Wind. wnti'rcnmmlM'loner IS tfl
S !' gpuke-IU'li!, r.iiiiy3il r 12 50
(1 V Dow, S3 mi
J S White, Si 00
(i II llolllMcr, 12 fU
J K Kcflcr. a.i 00
W K Hlfe. V- M
M. Finch. 12 5U
I o ) V. linll rent 2ft 00
W T K Holt. HxIiik lioollis Hinl rent i '.'ft
A A liimllck, election police 2 00
M C-. Mivriiinii, 2 00
A Fniine. election hoard 2 i)0
T .1 Wiinl. 2 oj
11 I. (irimt. '.' t.o
K II Newhou-e 2 00
s A Temple. 2 00
II I', l'ini.1. ' 00
V F West. '-' 00
V K untile. '-' 00
It II lleilliml, 2 00
V WTulleN 2 00
Hill of U. u. leel lor services as
juror iiiSterii case rejected.
Canvass of tho vote for city ollicers
cast on April II, was taken up with the
ONK DOCK NORTH OK F & M. HANK BIMLDING. m
IMfciDJSlJS LUMBKR CO.
LUMBER and COAL.
13utilclic: material, Etc.
(Sen, .1. Warren
i Uobt. Cofliran
.1. K. KeMer
! Hob!. MeHriilii
;0. W. Dow
1 Police . Illilge
Sam I. Wel
I C. Ciimniing
: Aid. 1st ward
(i. 11. llollister
Aid. 2d ward
h. II. Fort
I. II. Holmes
C. L Cotlinn
J. S. Kmigh
HEdl SPR1HG GOODS NOW IN !
ND VB OJSlY OOJVXlllMXXOJV.
We inarch over competitors fortrcssrs if High Prices and bring relief to Lady
Smith, Lady Jones, or any other Lady's Pocket Mook. You mill do well to
look over our immense line of India Linens, Dimities and White Goods.
We have taken special pains in selecting these goods and we are sure it will
relieve the ladies to know they can get just what they want at Turnure Hros.
We are now showing the most complete 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 (Jurtains at 48c. 75c, $1.00 and up.
Yard wide bleached Muslin, 5c, 6c, 7c and 8c.
Tailor Made Silk Waists.
We call your attention to the largeas
sort me nt ami new and fashionable styes
We are tillering these at extremely low
Silk Waist Patterns.
In.: and I yard lengths. Wo ban-an
extitiMM' line of tin- iiiibbiesl patterns we
evei li'ul Ask ' sie them.
Tailor Made Suits.
l'iM-iiieetivc customers for a tailoi made
stti will lie pleased when I hey see utir
Mints. I lie stileat'il
make is the 1. 1 i-t
and best, ami I e
price is as cheap as
others ask for old
st j les ami 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 beavlifiil line of ginghams from le to
.Vie per yard
Dress goods (iinghnnis (le, Ho mitl 10c
Apron checks le, .'ic, He anil 7c per yard.
French Clngliains, 10c to oOe per yard.
A nice new lino of new Shift Waists.
Come early and got a choice.
We have sovcnil lines of Shoes we aro
going to close out at less than manufac
iiS pans of Frceilnian Hros. it Schaetl
it's 1, -idles line V-.fill shoes, to elo-e at
II !t."i, in Tin ns nml Well shIcn, Kid and
Vi-sling lops, in (' audi) Width.-.
Si pail's Ladies Fiae Shoes nt (We
lit pairs Hamilton Hrmvn $2. fit) hoes,
pointed toe lace or Iniiloii, at II IS
27 pail s Men's Vit-i Kid, lace, e jiu toe,
2..l) slinea at $2 (H) per pair
All our Men's eoloied shoes in Talis,
and Choci'latc, in all the new toes at
less than inaiiiilacliuers wholesale pi ice.
We are eeing to cluic this line out and
1'iiL handling men's colored shoes.
Men's $1! !V) Chocolate vici kid a'.2 2."i.
.Men'.-. 5:; 00 Chocolate and Tan, vici kid
Men's $1.00 chocolate and tan calf
shoes at $2.2ri.
Oranges, per do.on, 12Jc to ilfic.
Raisins, good, He per pound.
Fine evaporated California l'eaches at
10c per pound.
Kvaporateil Apples 10c per pound.
While Russian soap, 8 bars fnr2"ii.
Lenox soap, 8 bars for 25c
Fidelity snap, 15 bars for 'J5c.
Nice line of Toilet soap, cheap.
Tomatoes, II cans for 25e.
(Jet our prices on carpets before
making a purchase. Wo will savo you
TURNURE - BROTHERS
"BIG TlfcOE STORE."
Those receiving u majority of tho
votes cast were d 'dared elected,
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" U H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN COLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many of you have lo-t tlio pi-leo of this HiikIiu) la mm day on nccount of In
bilfllclcnt wiinl to operate your winil mllli. leavniK your slock wltlimit water. Out ono
now to do your imiiiiiiii when there 1 no wlm! or to tin It ri".'tiliirl7. Weather iloos not
ulleet Its wurk, not in eulO, wet or ilij. wiinl nr eiilni, It Is ah the same to this iiiai:hluu.
Will also shell enrn. nrliul feed, wiw wmiil, ehurii Imtter anil is Iniixly for a liundruil iitlmr
Jolis, la tho liiiiiM' or on the farm. r..sts iimiIums 10 keep when not worklnir, nml only 1
to " cents per hour when working, shippeil eiiiiipleiely M't up, icudy in run, no fouiula
tluii tiet'iii'il. tfieut lalior anil iiinney wiver. Ifequircs practically no atteuthiii, ami Is
nlW)lnt''ly Bitfo. We iniike all bUcs of i;usollnu llnulni'-. Irom t'i to T' horso power. Wrlto
or circular ami siecliil prices.
, pAIBRNKS. MOtSE 6t CO., omflHfl, fiEB.
What Do the ChiIdrnBrlric.
Don't give them tea or colTee, Have
I you tried the new food drink called
Grain O? It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes the place of colTee. The
more (Jrain-O you give the children
the more health you distribute through
then systems. (IrainO is made of
pure grains and when properly pro-
pared tasles like the choice grades of
ii. Dee bill costs about one fourth as
nricii. All gr icers sell it, 15c and 25c
- - -1'ho'
gubei naloiial Iuhmii of ('. 11.
D.itiiih of II isiings shows no wane
He hid-, fair to be the republican nom
i iee, and if such is the case the next
governor of Nebraska.
Incidents ol Every Day Life Which Very
Ivw People Stop to Think Aboul on
Account of Their Littleness
Sonic ainiiMtigtliiiigs happen at elee
timi time. It is aniiising to see soino
women vote. Hut they get there just
the same. This holds tine of men as
well as women However the agony
is over and now we can revert our
selves to something more beneficial to
tho town. Cleaning up time for in
stance. Some places look like garbage
dumps and no attempt is marie to im
prove them. A little ambition and 11
rake can make u big tlilferenco in the
looks of a place in tv few hours. Wo
have heard several say that Hod Cloud
was ono of the prettiest towns in the
state in the summer time, And that is
so. We liavo more shade trees to the
block than any town in the state Wo
also have as tine lawns as can be found.
It is bound toeyonUially ben sum-
FOR KIDNEY DI8EA8E, 8TOM-,
lTIOH LIVER OIBORDEU on
C. L. CUTTING, Special Agent.
mer resort In fact the distinguished
foreign visitors have already commen
ced to arrive In looking over the reg
ister at the Holland House last Sunday
we liud tho iiaiues of thiee They
were It T. I'otler, of Kti lainti. 10, H.
MeNony, ol Frankfort, Ivy , and (Jeo
I. Kelley of Kaley's Ivopji. Surely we
do move What has become of the can
ning factory. Did you notice the pre
dominating spirit of the young voters
on Wednesday evening They appear
ed to bu pretty much tickled nt tho
turning down of tho "rum" bugaboo.
The average young man of voting age
didn't appear to have any fear of the
poison and snakes Hint are supposed to
lurk in the bottom of a glass of this
stull' that stirs up so much trouble at
some elections. They appeared to
hink that it was like the old gray
tnaro, all right If handled carefully and
nut bothered. Some may think thoy
are foolish but when they got of voting
ago thoy drop tho old rule of "do what
your papa tells you, do what your
mamma tells you" and choose ideas nt
their own. The time will soon be here
1 when a man can put in his time treat
j lug his neighbors chickens from his
garden lieu he gets tired of cussing
then the bust thing to do is to get a
club The lissessor is around poking
his nose tn other people's Inisiness just
at present. Allot her new business
house will be openeil up in the near
future And still we grow.--The ice
man will sunn be making (he ruiuiil- if
the iicetit weiilher Keeps up.
is your mime written tlioroy Whoruv
On our subscription books for tho last
year in the 10th century. It should be.
itentilar examinations for persons
desiring to leach in Webster county
are held in the superintendent'.-, oHIcm
sit Keil Cloud, Hi third Saturday in
eaeu m mill.
F.va .1 Cask, County Stipt.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made oy ur.
t Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
1 tne great Kidney, liver
iJ. and oladder remedy. 1
tj! iiisinc great meoi
!fi cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research bv
,B Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and la
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
)ust the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has '
been made by whlehall readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Vhcn writing mention reading thlsgenerou3
offer In this paper and
send your address to tf.WPSwCT'fAliiia
Dr. Kllmer&Co..Blnp-lftTiriMHfl: !
hamton, N. Y. Theuaau
regular fifty cent and noma of Btrop-Rooc,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggiita.
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