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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1900)
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KED CLOUD, XHISltASKA. AlMilL 127, 1JK)0,
Water Finds Its Itevel.
Truthful advertising wins Success.
Hence the overwhelming patronage of -Sk
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
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Kitchen Cupboards nt 85 25.
0-foot Extension Table nt S4 CO.
Kitchen Chniis nt 50u each.
One Lot, 5 bod room suits nt 917.00.
A f 20.00 bed room suito for $17.00.
A cobbler sent Kocker, pood size $2.
A goad Lounge (or only 7.&0.
We arc 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 MONliY
BACK proposition, and if we are not you need
FURNI'I UKK-Seeond Floor
DHY GOODS First Moor, Main Room.
OAKPEl'S Second Floor.
CLOAKS First Floor, Mnin Hoom.
GltOCKUIKS First Floor, West Hoom.
QUKKNSWAHE-Deck, West Hoom.
SHOES Deck, Fiist Floor, Mnin Hoom.
I MINER BROS.,
ft Red Cloud, Nebraska. "fy
I To the Business Jlen and People of Red
Gload and Vicinity.
C. D. MORSE, Tin: Jkwei.er,
awaits your welcome and appreciation of his
services as a
Watchmaker and Jeweleu.
DOOH NOUl'H OF F A: M HANK BUILDING.
TRADBRS IXXJVTRIDTfc CO.
LUMBER AND COA1
Buildiixe; material, Bto.
red Cloud. - - Nebraska
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" U H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EYERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How mnnr of jou linvo lost tlio iirlro cr this HiiRlno tu mm lny on nrrotint of In
sufficient wlrnl to operate your wlwl mill", ii-uMiu' jour nock without water. Hot ono
now to do your piuiitiltiK whim thorn lx no wind or to do it v 'iilurlv. Weather docs not
iilTect Its work, dot or cold, wet or ilrf wind or cnltn. It Is u hn miiiio to this mm hint'.
Will ill-- l"'ll emu grind fi fd, saw wood. ti irn I.iimci n I i hiindy for u hundn-il cither
Julis In tli.i h '00 i r on tin- fuilii C it- i, ilnn; I I vti n nm woiknii. und nly I
. i ii's IX r In or lu I. wulklDir Miipui I llii ' I Ui. ri alv t run, n i f itindv
lion lucdi'il. ii wr it IiiIhii mid luoiicy imr Itiiimic- iiriotlcully no utti ntinn, und Is
absolutely s.ife. Wo nmUo nil bIl-s of U.itulluo KiiKitmi. trom Hi to 5 liorsu jiowui. Wrlto
or clroulur mid spcclul prices.
enTOftnrtKc: MOftSG St CO.. OfTlAHn. NEB.
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Incidents of Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness
If rain counts for tinythinfj tho bluo
grnss croj) in this city is nssurctl. A
lain like Inst Monriny night's niny bo n
little inconvctiiont to somo persons
having low rcllnrs, but it wns gootl
thing ncvt'itholess. Did you notice
how nice the sti cuts and gutters wet o
:lciuu'd out Rubbish piles that have
laid around sincn last fall aro now on
their way to tho Missouri rivpr.Lnst
Monday was tho day to plant trees, but
we don't mind seeing many now ones
in our travels about. It would prob
ably ho a good plan for somo of our
people to cut down somo of tho old
cottonwoods and plant shade trees in
their place. This applies to the coutt
house yard also. Wo haven't the
slightest doubt but that tho board of
commissioners could get someone to
grub out tha old cottonwoods for what
wood theie is in thorn nnd furnish tho
maples and set them out instead.
They might not give quite as much
shade for a few years as is now nfl'ord
ed but in time they would makoa
grove that could not be excelled And
we believe it would not cost the county
a cent At least not more thnu the ac
tual cost of the trees As far as that i
concerned the eountycllieeisiiiight set
them out in their leisiuo moments.
They are an industi ions lot of fellows
who would no doubt be glad (?) to get
aehaueotodig holes for tices. That
would save tho county money. Then
the county could buy a fow axes and
lot them cut up tho old cottonwoods.
That would be just fun for them.
When a person becomos possessed with
the belief that ho is tho great "I nm
ntn ho" and wishes to dictate every
thing morally, physically, spiritually,
politically and otheivvise it is about
time for tho people tu liso up and
mito him There aio somo in all
towns who should bo smote lied
Cloud is no exception A man who
has not the capability of tcnli.ing that
ivciy man is entitled to his own belief
be it religion, political, aiiti-saloouical
or anything eUc, is too infinitely shoit
on bums to be considettd a poison of
sound mind. Wo believo everyone is
entitled to their own opinion One
man's opinion is all i ight necm ding to
his way of thinking, nnd another man's
opinion may be all right according to
his way of thinking But it does not
necessarily follow that ono man's opin
ion should contiol tho minds nnd ac
tions of n whole community. There is
one nice citilied tiling about Kcd Cloud
now and that is "tlio club "A plnco
to entertain stiangum when vis
iting in this city It also furnishes n
good excuse fot mat tied men who stay
out late nights The old rookery will
soon bo convened into quite a respect-
able looking building. Ollieis who
own old tumble down shacks nlnnc
main stteet should take a model fiom
this It shows what n little enoigy
nnd enteipnso will tto.-'I'ho lioublo
scorns to be a lack of faith or something
else What's tho matter with that
canning factory. Wo had hoped that
after tho city election tho peoplo would
again couclude to look out for public
improvements Tho more improve
ments nnd business houses wo have the
more money will bo in circulation,
And money is what wo aro nil after.
It is what we print a puper for. It is
what a business man handles goods
for. It is what a saloon man sells
whiskey for. It is what politicians
talk for and it is what preachers pray
for. It is tho root of all evil and we
aro nil looking for it. Money. What
is money 'It is tho Archimcdinn lever
that lifts tho ill bred man into select
socioty and places tho ignorant sap
head into places of which ho is un
worthy. It makes directors out of
stufTcd prophets and dictators out of
intellectual geese. It makes philoso
pher out ol fools and gilds infamy
tv ttli Mipoiiintiual glory It wrecks
altnis of iiiiiieenee and pollutes tho
I icu . f llie pi uple - It blinks the
s.Miiil I jtisiu e Mini bituls the goddess
of libei ly in chains ot shame It is tlio
lot d of the laud; tho uncrowned king
of the commonwealth. Anl we aro
BARGAIN - SALE.
g From Saturday, April 28th until Saturday Night
May 5th, 1900.
TAILOR MAIJIi SUITS at Wholesale prices and less. Our suits are all th
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season s styles and we will not ask more than manufacturer s cost for any of
them and part ol them will be sold at less than cost during this sale.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS.- We have a large stock of new silks for waists and
to move them quickly we will reduce the price from 10 to 20 per cent. FOR
THIS SALE ONLY.
We have secured 200 yards of good quality Oil Cloth at a bargain. This oil cloth
is in 1 to 3 yard lengths and will not be cut. Price for this sale 100 yards at
12 cents. 100 yards at 15 cents.
We secured .150 yards of a new dress fabric in Linen and silk mixture at about
one half its worth, and during this sale only we sell it at 17c. Worth 30c.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Just received another large invoice of muslin and
cambric underwear at exceptionally low prices.
Special values in Ladies Ribbed Vests at 5c, 8c. 10c, 22c, 15c and iSe.
fifty 10-yard Dress Patterns at 25e Eaeb. LTKSo'
md better than we have
can save you money in
Special prices on ladie's and children's Fine Shoes and Oxfords during this sale.
We have a complete line of Drew, Selby & Go's. Ladies Fine Shoes and
Oxfords as well as Hamilton-Brown Shoe Go's.
WASH SKIRTS AND SUITS. -Our stock is larger
ever had in Linen and Duck Suits and Skirts, and we
We have 15 samples of Brussels, Moquettes and Axminster Carpets in i and iA
yard lengths that we will sell at 9SC
INGRAIN GARRETS at 25c, 30c, 35c, ,15c, 50c and 65c per yard which is from 5c
to 10c per yard lefs than others are asking for the same grades.
GROCERIES. Your attention is called to our dried fruit department. Fancy
evaporated California Beaches at 10c; Extra fancy Evaporated California
peaches at i2Ac; Raisins fancy, Sultana's . lbs. for 25c; Fancy Prunes 5c;
Evaporated Apples 10c; three cans solid pack Tomatoes, 25c; Sorghum, good
cooking, 25c; Sauer Kraut 25c per gollon.
The inconvenience it caused to our customers who could not get waited on the
past few Saturdays annoyed us more more than it could you and we have
made arrangements for extra help to meet the increasing trade, which is 5
per cent over last year.
"BIG 1MA.IE STORE."
nil, tho big, tho little, the gt eat ami
tho small, aft r it. No one can say he
has all ho wants Tho mote one gets
the mote is wanted.
The Way to Go to California
is in a tout 1st sleeper, personally con
ducted, via tho Hitilington Hotite. You
make fast time. You see tho finest
seciieiy on tlio globe
Your car is not so expensively f 111
nislied ns a palaco sleeper, but it is
just as clean, just nscomfortablo, just
as good to rido in nnd nonrly $20.00
chenpor. It has wiio vestibules;
Pintsch gas; high backed soats; a uni
formed pullman portor; clean bedding;
spaciouB toilet rooms; tables and a
heating rargo. Being strongly nnd
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
warm in winter andjcool in summer.
In charge of each excursion party is
an oxperiencod excursion conductor
who accompanies it right through to
Cars leave Omaha, St. Joseph, Lin
coln and Hastings every Thursday, ar
riving San Francisco following Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday. Only three days
from tho Missouri river to tho Pacific
const, including it stop over of 1 hours
at Donver and 2J hours nt Salt Lako
City two of the most interesting cit
ies on tho continent. For folder giving
full infm mation, call ul any Hitiling
ton Route ticKol oflice, or unto to
(Jeii'lPi ii'iigi 1 Agent Oinahtt, N b
The family thai keeps on hand mid
usesoccasiotially the eelebi ated Prickly
Ash Hitters is alwayH a well regulated
family. For sale by C. L. Cotting.
Sunday April '.'0th, important
changes will bo mado in tho running
tune of tho following Hurlitigton trains
No 0 Denver to Omaha ami Chicago,
No. II, Oxford to St. Joseph and St
Louis, No. 17, Kansas City and St Jos
epli loOxfonl and Den vet, No. 11, St
Joseph ami Lincoln to the Black IlilU,
Montana, Washington audOiegon.No.
12, Hillings to Lincoln, Omaha, St Jos
eph, Kansas City and St Louis; No -in,
Lincoln to Alliance mitt Kdgemont.
Seo nenrest tickot agent and'got do
tails of the uow schodulos. This will
prevent tho possibility of missing
trains. J. Francis, Gen'l Passonger
Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Half rates to Lincoln via tho Hurl
ington Houto May 1 and 2, account
Republican State Convention. Pay
you to take ndvnntago of this rate and
be in Lincoln May 1, big colouration
that day in connection with unveiling
of the Spanish cannon presented to the
city by tho Government.
Proposal for Bids.
Notico is hereby given that sealed
bills will bo leccived by the city clerk
of the city of Itul Cloud. Nebraska for
tho puiposo of extending the wntor
works system in this city of Hud Cloud
ar.d connecting sanio with tho city wu.
tor works l'lans and specifications
can bit seen by applying 10 tho city
oletk. No httls will he uiceived after
the hum of (! p m , of .May Ith, 1000
1 he may a m.d city council icservethe
right to iej.'i tany and all bids. Sue
icfsful liiiider mini kivc. agoinl .,i,,
siit1i it in bond iiiioiii all uwik ,iinl
Dated Apt 1120th, 1000.
John K. Kesi.kii,
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to tench in Wobstor county
aro held in tlio superintendent's olllco
at Kcd Cloud, thu thiid Saturday in
Kva J. Cask. County Supt.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kldney3 once every three minutes.
i ne Kianeys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kldney
polsoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and Is sold on Its merits f-'KZ
by all drurjflsts In fifty- rvtrtaf SslSrs
ert and one-dollar sir- BnaNfiaitE flrHiSj
c-. You may have a SSifiirfflg
sample botle by mall iiomuof bmunp-itoot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr, Kilmer
& Co., Blnghkmton, N, Y.
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