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VOLUME XXV II I.
KE1) CLOUD, NEBRASKA, A PHIL lit. 1!00,
Water Finds Its Level.
Truthful advertising wins Success.
Hence the overwhelming patronage of
the elements of humanity who reject
the misleading advertisements and who
trade at the BIG STORli because our
statements of facts appeal to them and
we never disappoint. We have what
we advertise and call things by their
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Kitchen Cupboards at $.i 'Jr..
it-toot Extension Table nt ft 50.
Kitchen Chairs sit fiOu each.
One Lot, 5 bed room suits at $17.()0.
A t.'O.OObud room suite for $17 00.
A cobbler spat Koekcr, good sizefc!.
A good I. online for only 17. fit)
We are always glad to make new acquaintances
and meet old ones. Come in and look around
the Big Store and don't feel under any obli
gations to buy a cent's worth unless you sec;
exactly what you want at the price you want
to pay. We are not afraid of that MONEY
BACK proposition, and if we are not you nevd
FMINMTUIIK Second Floor.
MIY COODS First Moor, Main Room.
CLOAKS First Floor, Main Room.
fSKOCEKIKS First Floor, West Room.
ilJKENSWAHK-l)uck, West Room.
SHOES Deck, First. Floor, Main Room.
- MINER BROS.,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Incidents ot Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness
In tlie spring the young man's fnncy
lightly turns to thotightsof overcoats.
Not spring overcoats, just common
winter overcoats As we heaitl some
one remark winter lingers in the lap ot
spring. We ilont think that is the ease
this year. We think winter has spring
down ami is sitting on her. However,
along about July or August we will bo
wishing for a little cool weather. The
probabilities aie that the "garden suss"
will be a trillo late. If the snow and
sleet had held olT till Easter Sunday, a
number of people would have been ac
cused of rushing tho season. That is
as far as Faster bonnets and light
spring wraps aro concerned. Speak
ingjof Faster bonnets, etc., did you ever
khow of a time in this city when 'it was
as hard for a woman to find something
to suit her competition. If there was
but one bonnet in town it would just
suit, but when there aro several hun
dred to select from, she will hunt them
all over and then can't liud anything
that just suits. Since last week wo
have got chickens of our own What
wo s.ud Win too one sided e "tako
it back." If your neighbors chickens
not in iour garden just 'Shoo" them
; out Don't kill them Be kind to
fft them. Throw out a few meiil and
bread .craps for tlu m. They will as a
rule eat that in preference io garden
".sass." . chicken is n dumb brute
and should not bo maltreated. Treat
them kindly and they will get so they
like you. Then they wilt come audseo
yon often. About every week someone
has the temerity to ask why the city
don't fix up the side walks. Tho only
reason that we know of is that tho city
don't have to lix up the side walks.
It is the duty of every property owner
to see that the sidewalk in front ot his
or her place is kept in p-opcr repair
If the city hud to repair sidewalks all
over the town it wouldn't take long to
use up what money the city can get
Let the pi opei ty owners make it a
I To" he Business JVIen and People of Red
Gload and Vieinity.
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IfMli " 'l" l,!'ir -'-:H- tbis
w - ..t.- 'spring. Ihe tune is now approaching
- 'when people remark that the clouds
look as though there was considerable
wind in tlieui. And tho timid person
don't know whether to stay up all
night or go to bed in the dugout. Wo
have for some time noticed tho prevail
ing spring evil among some of our
young men. It is commonly called
spring fever. Among some of thorn
it instills strange ideas about how
much better oil they would lie if they
were in Klondike or. some other for
eign seaport. Tim per conlago that
become possessed with a (tout euro for
nothing feeling is double that of
! the workers. This is the time of
i year when the festive peddler gets in
1 his work The people should say walk
along to this class of rovers. They
never do the town a pal tide of good.
i- They generally have a lot of cheap
jstull which they always sell at a large
price in many cases tho same ar
ticle could be bought of the home mer
chant for half the price paid to a ped
dler. I'atronizo tho home merchant
and then if you get bent you will have
C. 1J. MORSE, Tin: Jkwk ku.
awaits your welcome and appreciation of his
services as a
WATCHMAKER AND I EWE KK.
KEUI SPRIHC GOODS HOW IN I
VIV1 VrJ DlSlY COMPETITION.
We march over competitors fortresses if High Prices and bring relief to Lady
Smith, Lady Jones, or any other Lady's Bocket Book. 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 ami we are surer it will
relieve the ladies to know they can get just what they want at Turnure Bros.
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. Being 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, s'oc 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 tlielargeas
sortment and new and fashionable styes
We are ottering these at extremely low
Silk Waist Patterns.
In :w and 1 yard lengths. We lni an
extends e lino of the unbbiest pattei 10 we
ovci had. Ask to sie them.
Tailor Made Suits.
I'lospcctivo customers for a tailor inadt
suit will lie pleased when they see win
suits. 1 lie st b' ami
Jo qLT i
wAy J J
make is tho la'e-t
and best, and Hie
price is as cheap as
others ask for old
sU les anil 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.
Silk Stripe tiinghams 10c per yard.
A beautiful line of ginghams from 5c to
I0e per yard.
Dress goods (Jinghams 0V, Sound l()c
Apron cheeks le, fie, Ih: and 7e per yard.
French (iliighams, lOt! to oOe per yard.
A nice new lino of new Shirt Waists.
Come early and get a choice.
Our new Oxfoids aro now In. Tho lar
gest stock and the nobbiest styles you
will see at exceptional values
We have several lines of Shoes we aro
going to eliM out at less than manufae
1 1 el 's cnt .
"iH pans nf I'lrcilnriii Itm.s iV; SVhai IV
ei's Liidies line t'i.i'O slmes, to eloso at
$1 '.15, in I'urus and Welt soles, Kid and
Vesting li'P-, in t' and 1) Width
'.I paiis Ladies Fiae Shot m at (IO.1
til pairs Hamilton Urown S2.fi0hoes,
piuntril tiii. lai'i i button, at$l -18
JT pair Men's Viei Kid, lace, coin toe,
i'J.ot) shoes at 'iJ.OO per pair.
All our Men's colored shoes in Tan,
and L'hu' late.-, lit all the new toesv;
iess I'lin mnnnfaei urers wholesale price.
We are pi-ing 10 Hiue ibis line out and
iiuii handling uiuii .-. coiored shoes.
Men's $:) T)() Chocolnte vici kid lit $2 2!i.
Men's e:l.(K) Chocolate and Ton, vici kid
Men's $1.00 chocolate and tan calf
shoes at $'.'.'.'5.
Fine evaporated California I'eachos at
10' per pound.
Kvaporated Apples 10c per pound.
White Hussian soap, 8 bars for Me.
Lenox soap, b bars for Me.
Fidelity soap. 15 bars for'J5e.
Nice line of Toilet soap, cheap.
Tomatoes, !l cans for -5o.
(let our prices on carpets before
making a purchase. Wo will savu you
TURNURE - BROTHERS
"BIG TRADE SArORE.,,
OXK DOOlt NOKI'll OF F & M. HANK nfJILPlNf..
LUMBER AND COAL,
Building; material, Etc.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" If H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN COLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
Ilow iiiunv of you liuvo lost tho price of this KiirIhu In ono day 011 account nf In-
biimclent wind 10 opernio your wind milk, leuvlni? jour MiwU wit lniut water, (tot one
iiow t o do your piiinphii; when tlimn Is 1111 wind or to do It re-ulurl". Weather does not
left Its ork, hot or cold, wet or dry, wind or culm. It Is 11 . im wuiid to his iniirlilno.
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Or CllOllliir linn niirunw iuiui-p.
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FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., OmAHfl, NEB.
Organuilion of Commercial CJoia.
Tho frequency with which announce
ments have been made during tho past
taw months of the organization of com
mercial clubs and village improvement
associations iu the cities and towns
throughout the southwest merits more
than passing comment. Organization,
unity, carefully-directed effort, is tho
ficcretof municipal success as it is of
miccci-s iu business, and it is a most
hopeful sign that the fact is becoming
more generally recognized. Every
city and tnvn eau have and should
have an aggressive organization of her
public spirited business men, men who
will carry into tho work of advertising
their city tho same carefulness ot ),
and firmness iu execution that they ex
ercise iu the eomliiei of tin-it own bind
ness F.wtv lmui pi!-...,-..,, ,U,u'
tll'i-- -lilli li'l.' In utll.iil in .v .,imI !
lieedt il iiiilosti 11 , if thee advantage
bo only mi! forth iu a proper manner
and good business judgment used in
tho direction of ntTairs. When spe
cific proportions 111 e insisted upon
more than glittering generalities,
when resources anil possibilities anil
availability are more taken into ac
count, there will be a considornoly
less number of idle smoke stacks
throughout the country and a corres
pondingly less number of discouraged
(owns, When cilieus awaken to the
fact that they ow other duties to their
manufacturing industries than point
ing them out to envious neighbors,
when newspapers devote more space
to tho industrial ntTairs of their town
which aro tho basis of their prosperity,
there will bo less heard about unem
ployed workmen and glutted agricul
tural markotp. If your city possesses
a manufacturing industry which is
helping Mipport your working men,
which is helping keep up your schools,
which is helping to pay the expenses of
Tour city and county government, it is
the duty of ovorv one of your citizens
to support it. This is the surest way
to attract new industries 10 your town,
and the only way to hold them. To
assure success a commercial club must
have the united support of the citi
zens behind it on the question of home
support and encouragement, and
should keep hammering awav on the
one idea, by personal woik and by (he
10 live en operation of their local uewi
papcis until tin y do scenic such sup
port With this siippoi t iissiu (), man-
ufui'i 111 , ; s whit 111:111 iuiMiM --, mill
who are null) in u.tich foi a fawr.ihle
location and mil merely for huge and
questionable hocuses, will be disposed
to givo your town favorable considera
tion Souhtwestern Trade Extension
Memorial of Charity Chapter, Nc
!17, Order of the Eastern Star, on the
death of Hrothei II. W. Hrewer
Whereas, it ha- pleased the Supreme
i'atron of the Universe to permit one
link of our golden chain to fall away iu
death, by the removal of our esteemed
brother, II. W. Hrewer, ho it
Kcflolved, that thi Chapter mourns
the death of a charter member whoso
life and character embodied the pur
poses of our order, "to protect the
widow and orphan, comfort the af
dieted, sympathize with the sorrowing,
and relieve the destitute and dis
tressed." Ho stood just an upright
man unit Mason, whose wise counsel
and cheerful companionship we shall
no longer share in our Chapter hero
below. His honorable life gave proof
that his trust in (iod was well founded
and that hisdeath was tho entrance to
11 glorious immortality.
Resolved, that wo realize the great
grief of his wife, our sister, Mnrdia
Hrewer, and oiler to her our sincere,
heartfeltsympathy in her bereavement.
Kesolved, that a copy of these reso
lotions lie soul to tho family of our de
ceased brother, and a copy sent t ihe
15 V Order of Committee.
ii,ilit(i'-t i"ii is Uih linnet run
list -isc that kills iliiuiindsnf piisuns
iiunii iii Stop t In- irmihlc ai tin- 1 11'
set Willi a little Prick ly Ash ()itiui;
ii strengthens dm stomach and aids
digestion. Sold by C. L Cutting.
Regular examinations for persons .
dosiring to teach in Webstor county
aro held in the superintendent's otlice
at lied Cloud, th third Saturday in
Eva .1 Cask. County Supt
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
Tie BUctverer of Swamp-Soot at Work la
Hlf laboratory .
There is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths aro caused by
it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy aro often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to arf.
vance the kldney-polsoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of tho blood tho albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.oot the new dis
covery Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It haa cured thousands
of apparently hopeless ca;rs, after nil other
effor,j have failed. At druggets In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., BInghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
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