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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1900)
IJED CLOUD, NEBKASKA. APIUL 120, 1000,
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 STORE because our
statements of facts appeal to them and
we never disappoint, We have what
we advertise and call things by their
Kitchen Cupbonrds nt 85 2r.
0-foot Extension Tnblo nt 84.50.
Kitchen Chairs at 50c ench.
One Lot, 5 bed room suits nt 817.00.
A 820.00 bed room suite for $17 00.
A cobbler sent Rock'.r, good size 82.
A gond Lounge for only 87.50.
We are always glad to make new acquaintances
and meet old ones. Come in and look around
the Big Store and don't feel under any obli
gations to buy a cent's worth unless you see
exactly what you want at the price you want
to pay. We are not afraid of that MONEY
BACK proposition, and if we are not you need
FURNITURE Second Floor. ffo
DKY GOODS First Hoor, Mnlii Room. V
CAEPKl'S Second Floor. 5s
CLOAKS First Floor, Main Room. 1B
GROCERIES First Floor, West Room. -
QUEENSWARE-Deck, West Room. 2$
,SHOES-I)cck, First Floor, Main Room, m
I - MINER BROS.,
m Red Cloud, Nebraska. "&
To the Business JJen and People of Red
Gload and Vicinity.
C. D. MORSE, The Jeweler,
awaits your welcome and appreciation of his
services as a
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
ONE IJOOIl NORTH OF F & M. RANK HUILWNG
TTRiJDRS IvTJ3MUBITt CO.
LUMBER and COAL,
licillclins; material. Etc.
Republicans Meet and Nominate County
Officer! and Nominate Delegates to
the Various Other Conventions.
The- republican county convention
mot nt tho court house, Wednesday as
per cull published, (or tho purpose of
nominating n county attorney and a
stnte rcprcscntavo and choosing del
egates to tho various other conventions."
Notwithstanding tho bad condition of
tho roads, every delegation was pres
ent nt tho Mine called with tho excep
tion of Stillwater precinct. Tho con
vention was called to order at 11 a m.
by Chairman Roby, and 1. 13. Hampton
chosen as temporary chairman.
A committee on credentials consist
ing of E J. Ovoring Jr., I. W. Crary,
F. A.Sweezy, U. G. Knight, and C. E.
Putnam was appointed, and also a com
mittee on permanent organization con
sisting of It. A. Simpson, Jos. Garbcr,
and W. U. Roby, after which tho con
vention adjourned to convene at 1-30
At 1:30 p.ni, tho convention recon
vened and the committee on creden
tials submitted report tliat th ro vcro
no contests, and recommended that
tho list as handed in bo declared dele
gates. Committee on credentials reports
recommending that temporary organ
ization bo made permanent, which rec
ommendation was adopted.
Motion prevailed that delegates pres
ent enst full vote of delegation
A motion was mado providing fur
tho appointment of n committee on
resolutions, but wns voted down.
Motion prevailed to proceed accord
ing to call with selection of candidates
and that ail ballots bo secret and also
ballot on choice for senator.
Tho convention thou proceeded to
the selection of a county central com
mittee as follows.
Chairman L. 11. Fort.
Secretary M. V. Roby.
Elm Creek C. E. Putnam.
Stillwater Not repotted.
Potsdam W. T. Kiinsoy.
R.itin R Hartington.
Catherton G.-P. Cather.
Walnut Creek E. II. Palmer
Line R Turner.
Garfield Ed. Amack
Guide Rock A. J. Hayes.
Reaver Cieek E. S. Stricklaod.
Pleasant Hill J. R. Greonhalgh.
Oak Creek- G. W. Raker.
Glenwood L. R. Thome.
Harmony A. Brady.
Inavalo L. Kenyon.
Red Cloud Township O. D. Hedge.
" 1st Ward W. R.Roby.
" " 2nd WaidC.R. Crone.
Convention next proceeded to ballot
for candidate for county attorney.
Infoinml ballot, Overman, S3; A. M.
Walters, 21; R. T. Potter, 12; J. R.
Mercer, 24; F. A Swerzy, 8; G. R.
Fust formal ballot, Overman, r8;
Potter, 39; Walters 13;Swcezy, 11.
Second foimnl ballot, Ovei man, 77;
Walter.-., i!5,Swcezy, l.'i; Potter, 0; Mer
Ovei man having received a majority
was declai ed the choico of tliu conven
tion. For stato representative, C. E. Hicks
was nominated by acclamation without
a dissenting vote.
Motion prevailed that chairman of
delegations meet as a committeo and
select delegates to attend various other
A vote was taken for preference for
senator, which resulted Sweczy, 00;
HHQ SPRING GOODS NOW IN I
We march over competitors fortresses if High Prices and bring relief to Lady
Smith, Lady Jones, or any other Lady's Pocket Hook. 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 Bros.
We arc 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, 50c and $1.00.
Lace Curtains at 48c, 75c, $1.00 and up.
Yard wide bleached Muslin, 5c, 6c, yc and 8c.
Tailor Made Silk Waists.
We call your attention to tholnrgcns
sortment and new and fashionable styes
We aro offering these at extremely low
Silk Waist Patterns.
In 3J and -1 yard lengths. We have an
extensive line of the nobbiest patterns we
ovei had. Ask to see them.
. Tailor Made Suits.
,. Prospective customers for a tailor made
bull will Ii') pleased when they sitt otu
suits, lho stjleand
oc I 1
(, o o) I
IJ M I
make Is the la'.c&t
and bust, and tho
price is as cheap as
others ask for old
styles and cheap workmanship.
Prices from $5.00 to $iS.oo.
Tailor Made Jackets.
A new line of Tailor Made Jack
ets from $3.50 to $8.00.
Ginghams Wash Goods.
Silk Stripe Ginghams -iOu per yard
A beautiful line of ginghams from 5c to
iOe per yard.
Dress goods Ginghams Ge, 80 and IOu
Apron checks 4c, fie, (io nud 7c per yard.
French Ginghams, 10 to HOc per yard.
A nice new line of new Shirt Waists,
Come early and got a choice.
Our new Oxfoids aro now in. Tho lar
gest stock nnd tho nobbiest styles you
will see nt exceptional values
Wo have several lines of Shoes wo nro
going to close out at less than nianufiio
58 pairs of Frccdmaii Rros & SehnelT
ei's Ladies line $2.50 shoes, to close at
$1 1)5, in Turns and Welt soles, Eld and
Vesting Pops, in C and 1) Width.
!l paiis Ladies Fiae Shoes at (JOc
HI pairs Hamilton Rrown t2.f() ihnc,
pointed toe. luce or hutton, ulijl -18.
27 pulis Men's Viei Kid, lace, coin too,
$2.50 shoes at $2.00 per pair.
All our Men's colored shoes in T.us,
and Chocolates, in all the new toes at
less than manufacturers wholesale price.
Wo are pfing to close this lino out nud
iiuit h.nidling nicn'o colored shoes.
Men's $3 GO Chocolato vlci kid at 32 25.
Men's 13.00 Chocolato and Tan, vici kid
at $2 10.
Men's $4.00 chocolate nnd tan calf
shoes at 12.20.
Finn evaporated California Peaches at
10c per pound.
Evaporated Apples 10c per pound.
White Russian soap, 8 liars for 25c.
Lenox soap, 8 bars for 25c.
Fidelity soap, 15 liars for i!5c.
Nice lino of Toilet, soap, cheap.
Tomatoes, i) cans for 25u
(Jet our prices on carpets bnfoio
making a purchase. Wo will save you
TURNURE - BROTHERS
BIG TKADE) STORED"
L. R. PlioriK
, Col. Hoover,
R T Potter.
I. W. Crary,
R. A. Simpson,
L II. Reck,
I), in (J'uber,
.J oh 11 Stauser,
Hampton, E.J Petei'on,
F. A. Swei zy,
L. E. Spence.
John S. Marsh,
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" lb H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many of you have lot tlio irlco or tlita IIiikIiio Id one day on necount of In
Bumctciit wind to (ipurato your wind iiiIIIh, leuvliiB jour flock without water, (let ono
now to do your iiiiinplni! when thuni Is no wind or to do It rcnluri". Weather dons not
affect Its work, hot or cold. Net or dr). wind or calm, It Is a', tho wtme 10 tills inui-lilne.
Will also shell corn, urliul fied, miw wood, churn Initier and is handy fir a hundred other
Jobs, III lho house or on the fnnn C sis nullum' t 1 1 rep l.e-i not W" i le-r nnd only t
to Scouts per Iikiii win 11 woikinu Mi'i'l" ' ooint.U teiy -ct u . 1 ly ' run, n fuundu
tlon needed, a Kront Inner and inouoj mivi 1 Iteiiuut"- j.r.iftl. ilh i.. m atloii. and Is
absolutely naff. Wo muko all sizes of Uasulino r.nfc'lnus, Iroin l'i to .' Uoif power. Write
or elrouiar ami 8oclul prices.
FfllBflWS, MORSE dt CO., OCQAHfl, BB.
Hampton, 47; scattering, &
A motion then prevailed thatSwcezy
receivo the support of the Webster
county delegation nt tho Senatorial
I Motion to iuKtruct deloutes to con
gressional convention forCap'tO. E,
I Adams was lost, and alho motion to
instruct for . S. Morlan was lost.
I 'lho report of committeo on dele
gations was lead and accepted nt, fol
lows hTATK coxvi:srii N
A .1 II ".
W. T. Auld,
C. W. Kaley,
C Ii p.,i .,,
.1 11 ;..( 1. ,
J. II. .Merjer.
M. 1), Reeves,
D. II. Kaley,
W. T. Klmsoy,
J. F. Rmh.
E. R. Smith,
J. A. Ruilcy,
T. 11 QuiKRle,
W. F. Ronkel,
A. It. Davis,
A. 11. Kroiggstnan,
W. E. Ruker,
Motion prevailed that the county
central committeo be iustiueted to
nominate candidates to till any vacancy
thnt declined in any of the county
olllces pieviousto the coming election.
Thii convention then adjourned.
Alter the county convention had ad
journed tho delegates from the pie
cillcls cninpi'iMllg the seem d enllllllis.
inner dKtiii't met ml n mimitid W
E. limine f' r c 'initii in 1 of tin
S c l 'I 'llli a 1
If ovei yboby could get a nomination
us easy as Clias. E Hicks of Rladen got
the nomination for representative, con
volitions would have an easy time of it
Everyone appeared to he good nat
tiled. The nominee for .senator was also a
The convention did right in not in
structing I he delegates to the congress
(Jot d tint tired speeches weietlie or
der of t ho convention nud a goodly
number of them were made,
Tho county ottorneyship went to a
Mark hoise" which was somewhat of a
surprise, at least in this city.
The number of persons who wanted
to bo delegates to the various conven
tions was far in excess of the number
Tho convention evidently thought
that it was poor policy to pass resolu
tions indorsing anything until they
found out what tho platform of tho
national convention will say.
Proposal for Bids.
Notieo is hereby given that sealed
bids will lie leeeived by the city clork
of the city of Red Cloud. Nubiaska for
tho purpose of extending the watei
woiks system in this city of Red Cloud
and connecting hiiiiio with the city wa
ter works nans ami specifications
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teacli in Webster county
aro belli in the superintendent's otlicu
at Red Cloud, thi thhd Saturday in
Eva J Cask. County Sunt
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
nnd Don't Knowit.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; If it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In tho knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In 1 curing rheumatism, pain In tho
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of he urinary passage. It corrects Inability
1? ?iyMeiTl aPd ,laldinS P31" Passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during he day and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swnmn.Pnnt 1. ..,
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seen applying 10 1110 oily 1 realized. It stands ih hi. tZ: ,Z .
cleik. .V) Mils will no leeeived after derful curci nf ik m'J 7 , '
the hour of 0 p , . of May III.. 1000 I ffl nee'dVm t lyVu'sKlKave3 the
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vonderful discover rr','v
and a book that te!ls!rr'af2r' 1
more about It, both scntLLv7,iftHItof a'I
absolutely free bymall.SaiCgffia
address Dr. Kilmer fit nomoorsST
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in thia paper.
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