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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1900)
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BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AUGUST 10, li)00,
Telephone Io. 22T.
Our buyer is now in the east for a ten days stay tj
purchasing goods for immediate delivery, and as the Jj&
old saying goes, "The money saving enjoyment is ;
delighlfully refreshing." In order to make room for 'tfjfi
new goods we will give you some extraoreinary ?i4
prices on all goods m stock. ffi
All Wash Goods,
All Shirt Waists,
All Wash Skirts,
All Table Damask,
All Muslin Underwear,
All Knit Underwear.
EEMNANTS OF ALL KINDS
Don't miss our remnant counter. (jj
All women who value, comfort, love beauty, Tf
and appreciate economy, are invited to in- $5
spect these shoes. A feast for the eye and
a delight for the feet, as well as a saving for jgj
the purse. rw
.The Green-Wheeler, every pair warranted.
The famous Anerican girl, any size and style,
for S2.t;o. fjK
The Wolfe Bros, medium priced school shoes
Fresh fruits and vegetables at all times in
Highest market price paid for produce.
' A new car on the'way.
getting our prices.
' room for new goods,
Don't be backward in
We must have more
Prices lower than the
Red Cloud, Nebraska. '$.
Trane in the Northwest.
DoUUl.AS, Wvo., Aug. 4th, 1000.
Atlimicu scums to bo tho coming
town of tho northwest. Already with
a population of nearly or quite 3,000
people and it is growl tie every day.
New Urieks are joing up nil over the
town. Tho railroad Co. have a very
large round house already and nre
building an inimeiiso machine shop
near it. The people of Alliance are
looking confidently forward to the
erection of a large iron oro smelter in
this town and if appearances are not
deceiving I believe their expectations
will be ronlizid The iron is found in
great abundance and very near pure
at Guernsey, 80 miles south, at the end
of the It. & M. road, and the :oal is at
New Castle on the stuio road north
west but on another branch so that it
looks like Alliance might becomo tho
meeting point of tho two commodities
and there would be woiked into cu
gines, plow slinrcs and pins.
1 hero are a good many colored peo
ple iu Alliance, probably more than
there are white people in Cowles.
John Foster would have more trouble
-in handling the colored votes iu Itox
Hullo Co. if he lived hero thin he does
in Webster Co , even with Oliver
Hedge to help him.
leaving Alliance 1 jninieyed south
west on the now lines of the H. & M.
to Soott's HlulYs where I stopped over
Sunday with Odear Yurger and family,
formerly of lied Cloud. Ojcar has Hie
station here and as Curing, the county
seat, is only two miles away, i'. is a
good place and they are doing well.
On Sunday we climbed to the top of
Scott's Muff, 700 feet above tho level
of the river which washes its foot.
Most of the way it is about like the
roof of a ho.ise to climb, but in places
it is much steeper with niches cut iu
the rocks to stick your toes in. Al
though this is noted us being the most
picturesque spot in Nebraska, I am
not going to climb it any more.
Leaving Curing, I traveled by stago
to Kimball on the U. P. 11. 11., fifty
miles south. This is a lovely ride and
one which 1 enjoyed the most of any
on my work although sovcral timos wo
all had to get out and walk up the
steep and rocky pitches. There was a
nice young widow on tho stago who
had been visiting her uncle at Goring
and was goiug back to her homo in
lowu. It was a lovely trip.
The country along tho U. P. It. 11. is
in a very prosperous condition. Kim
ball, Sidney, Dig Springs, Julesburg,
Ogallnla and North Platte, all aro nice
towns. At North riatto 1 visited tho
ranch of Huil'alo Hill, and also passed
by his home in the city where his
family dwell, lie has everything nico
at both places. Two large IjulTalo are
in the yard at his home in the city
Staging it from North l'latto to Cur
tis, fifty miles across the sand hills is
not so pleasant as going across from
Gering. Curtis is a live town. West of
there on the 15. & ,M. road the towns
are dead. Wellileet, Wallace, (Smut
and other places that used to he towns
of 1000 pcoplu anil over now have less
than lOOatul buildings are falling down.
At Giant thus ore building once occu
pied by Alfred lladcll as a largo gro
cery Is no .being used as a chicken
roost by the hens of the blacksmith
who uses one of tho brick banks, long
since busted, for his shop. Grant is
almost like Goldsmith's "Deserted
Village," and 1 will always think of it
with a shudder, us a raving manlao
was chained in a cellar not far from
tho hotel and his crivs and ravings
kept me awake until two o'clock in tho
morning, when ho dropped into a
troubled sleep and so did I. I was
glad to leave Grant and get to Chey
enne, a rustling town of the pnro
western typo, wtiere everything is go
and push. Here I met Douglas Gather
another lied Cloud boy who has a good
position as assistant manager of the
Adams Express Co. at that place.
flUOTflEK - PSSflCRE I
Not perpetrated by the Chinese Boxers, but by Turnure Bros, on high prices.
If you don't believe it come to our store and see the bargains that are offered.
Look over this list and see if there is not something you need.
Our entire line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Underwear
to go at a.ctual cost prices.
Our line of Ladies lisle thread gau.e vests 35c and .oc values go at 25c each.
Our 25c gauze vests to go at 17c each.
Our iScand 20c gauze vests at 13c.
Our isAc and 15c gauze vests to go at 10c.
Children's underwear at remnants of former prices.
Have placed on sale an elegant assortment of neck ribbons, 35 and 40c values at 19c.
OUR ENTIRE - IUVES - OF- PRINTS
comprising Simpson' blacks and grays, Troville Grays, Garner's reds, Columbia
anil indigo blues, Merrimac and American shirting prints, Epatant
fancies, etc., to be sold during this sale at 5c per yard.
Percale calicoes, double fold, extra quality at 6c
Our entire stock of Parasols at a discount of 25 per cent.
To close out our. line of Shirt Waists we will give you your
choice of any waist for 48c.
This line comprises waists that sold for $1.75, $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 each.
Ladies Belts at prices to meet the smallest pocket book.
Ladies Oxfords at a discount of 10 to 15 per cent. Latest styles.
Lace curtains ,Sc to $6.00 per pair.
Portierre Curtains $t 00 to 5.00 per pair.
Ladies handkerchiefs from 5c each to 50c each.
Apronand dress Ginghams from .c to 25c per yard.
Batiste, Organdies, Dimities and Lawns at half price. 15c goods at Sc.
Dress novelties in Union Goods at 10c to 35c per yard.
Ladies Wrappers 50c to $1.50.
Children's and Misses dresses at actual cost.
Ladies wash suits, Jacket and skirt, $3.50 to $5 per suit.
Table Oil Cloth, best quality, igc per yard.
Floor Oil Cloth, best quality, 45c per yard.
Carpets and mattings of all kinds. All carpets cut and matched. A fit guaranteed
and prices the lowest.
We always have on hand a complete stock of Overalls, Jumpers and Work Shirts.
A fresh Supply of Groceries and fresh f rait Always on Hand, jjff
Our buyer is making preparations for his semi-annual trip to the eastern markets
to procure a complete line of the latest novelties for all departments of our store.
We would like to state to any of our customers that any special orders or articles
that you would like to have him purchase for you while on this trip will meet with
his personal care and selection. Come in any time between now and August 10th.
- TURNURE - BROS. -
. Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Leaving Olicjcnno iu the morning
came (K inikH north-west to this town.
Thoraiiioad lilrts tho foot hilU all the
way and s line very nice scenery is ex
posed to viow, especially along tho
North Platte river which Is about ten
rods wide at this place and about three I
quarters of a mile wide at Suntlower,
ninety miles south-east of hero.
This is a nice little town of about the
si.n of Illuu Hill. The country around
is lillcd with sheep and a train load
went from hero to Chicago today.
I leave here In a day or two for the
famous .Jackson Hole country and
probably on toward tho National I'ark,
hut may not git to that interesting
part of tho United States. As I have
to leave tho railroad and go by private
conveyance from here, I am not look
ing forward to it with any great
amount of pleasure.
U. (5. KSKlllT.
Following is tho programme of the
Convention of the Webster County Co
operative Association of tho DosciplcH
of Christ, to bold at Kcd Cloud Ne
braska, August 11 to 10, 1!X)0.
TUKSUAV KVKNIKO AVC. 14.
Organists Miss (JrlHlth and Mrs. J.
C. Myers. Chorist A. 1). Finch. .
8:00 a, tu,, Praise service led by...
8:30 a. in. .Sermon . . II, ,). Wilkinson
0;!J0 a. in., Praise sea-vice, led by
.K, C. Christy
10:00 a. in., Address of Welcome
A. 1). Finch
Uosponse A. i. Ogden
Heading inlnittei of Inst convention.
Secretary and Treasurer's report.
11.00 a m., Seimon .1. W. Hall
. Adjournment for dinner.
2:00 p. in., Song servi jo.
U.IIO p. in., Symposium "Tho
Present Needs of the Bible
School." Led by A. J). Finch
4.00 p. m , Keport of 1$. S. work by
4:Ui p. in., "The future of the
. S K. (J. Christy
4:30 p. m., Council of church board.
8:00)). m., Song Service
8:30 p. m , Sermon A. L. Ogdnn
Hltio Hill, Nebinska.
fl;00a m., led by . .John Hanson
9:.1Q a. m., lepnrt of committees
Kleetion of ollicers Miscellaneous
11:00 n. in., Sermon by A. C. Finch
2.-O0 p. m.. Sone Service.
2:15 p. in., Paper on tho Christian
Endeavor .Miss Mabel Wells
Paper on the Christian Kudeavor
by Florence Fuller
Address by 1), M. S.iyloa Discussions.
H:fl0i. hi, C. W. IJ. M. session
led by Mrs. A. L. Ogdon
4:00 j). in , Untliiislied business.
8.00 p. ir. , Song service,
8:.I0 p. m , Sermon, "The (iood I Have
Hecelved from this Conven
tion." A. U. Fiucii.
All are cord wily invited.
Official Line -Nat'I Encampment, G A.R '
Department Commander Reese of
Nebraska announces that the Hurling
ton Route has been selected as the of
liclal Hue to the National Encamp
ment of the (i. A. R. at Chicago, Aug.
t!7 Sept. 1, and the headquartors trnlu
will leave the liurlington Station,
Omaha, 7:30 p. in., Saturday, Aug. 25..
This is the train nil members of the
(J. A. R, Women's Rolief Corps, La
dles of the G. A. R., Wives and dau
ghters of voterans nnd their friends
will tako. It will havo standard and
stooping cars and free reclining chairs
and will arrivo nt Chicago at0:30 a. m ,
Tho lowest of low rates aro always
made for tho . A. H. Incampment.
This year tho into will bo ono far for
the round trip to Chicago. Tlckota
will he on sale August 21 to 27.
(Sen.'l Passenger Agt., Omaha, Nob,
TO WATKlt CONSUMKItS: Owing to
tho shortago of water It is necessary
that every consumer uso city water as
sparingly as possible Uy doing so tho
city can furuish good well water foe
coiisuiiKi's. A wasteful uso of water
will necessitate the turning in of tho
creek, which will bo detrimental to all.
Coiisunmers will pleaso held this if
thoy want good water.
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