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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1900)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. AUGUST !M, 1000,
Our Pa Stock
IS ABRIVING DAILY.
While in market our buyer secured man exception
al bargains in Dross Gonds, Ginghams, Percales.
Outing Flannels, Etc. We give you the benefit.
40c to $1.75
7icto 2 75
15c to 1,25
...COo to 1.50
All wool suitings
Broadcloths, Satin Heroers, biectria uioiu too w i.uvj
Wo aro showing n special Ijno of dovelty dress goods, 7
40c patterns at 35c. ' 'i
Novelty goods 7Jc to $1.25. i
Speciaijob lat of 1,000 yards dress gooJs at onehalf
price. 75c goods for 371c; COo goods for :i0c,40o j
goods for 20c; etc. 1
The best "ricretines" at 12Jc.
Guarameed to give perfect satisfaction.
G000 yards of calico at 10 yards for 32c.
Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdale bleached muslin 7c.
Good quality bleached at 7c.
Hest LL unbleached 5c.
Hose Special Bargains.
10 dozen school hoso, regular 25c grade, containing
illtscK Cat Leather stockings and goods of that grade
to close out 19c per pair.
100 dozen special heavy weight school hose at Lc.
Special offering at 5, T. 10, 124, and 15c per yard.
Immitation French Flannels, llfteen patterns, very
suitable for drossing sarques, wrappers, etc., 20.5.
rtr H..ln . U1nbita lnot riWnlvfl .
We offer you a full 10 4 sized blanket, gray, white or j
tan, at 47c. ., , 1
Other grades at CO, 75, 70c and up to 810.00 per pair
See our special "Harvest" blanket at $1.00.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Etc.
Our carpet sales during tho season just past have been
the lamest in the hlstsry of our business.
QUALIFY AND PRICE A LONG LKVKU.
Ingrains at 25 to 40c.
Union Carpets 05c to 55c.
Cotton warp, wool filling, 50 to 50o.
All wool 37c to 70o.
Mcquettes 874c to $1.10 per yard.
Wtf constantly crrry about 50 patterns fo carpets in
'stock. You cau see your goods in tho piece; you do
notTiave to wait a week or ten days and then take
something you do not want. Wo guarantee a tit,
.you take no chances with us.
Kunning yard 30.i to $1.00
Patterns 75c to $1.75.
R I TC S
Special values at $1 50, $2.00, $2.25 and upwards to $7.
AUT SQUAHKS, 21x3 yard sq-iare !lx3 yards square
constantly carried in stock.
CURTAINS AND P0RTIERRES"
We havo just received n heavy shipment of Portjorres
and lace curtains.
4fe Luce Curtains 75o to $7 50 per pair.
I'ortiorres $1.97 to $7 50 per pair.
Guaranteed first quality oloth shado, complete 35 to COc.
Wo trim all curtains for you.
Threo S-pleco hardwood suites, regular $25 values at
Six 3 piece naruwooa suites, reumi v vumu
Special offering all $12, $14, $16 couches
. . !. . M..Inn. n .HtilnM alila and olinlrft.
Special ciosiiiK uv i-in-o " "" --" --, ' -1ft
Special closing out prices on rockers $1.39to$l0.w
FROM OUR ,NEW CAR.
to Brrlvo In about ten days or two weeks we will nave
Iron lieds $ 2 27 o $21 00
Dining Chairs per set 4 50 to $18 00
Dining tables.. 4 98 to 2l 00
Combination book cases JS.1"
Guaranteed couches l- w " 1U w
We buy and seJl for cash, thereby enabling us at all
times to take advantage of any special offerings that
are on the market. We guarantee lowest price.
i 7UY I N B R ' B RO S . fc
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Incident ol Evtry Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Accouut ( Their Littlenm
Tim llrst of the month will usher in
the palatable bivalve, tho oyster.
It will also bo.abou tho timo when the
national political campaign will begin
in dead earnest. Thoso dainty ntol
lttscs will form tho basis for many elcc-
tion bets but if you placo your faith on
tho republican presidential nominees
wo think you will win the oysters.
Tho summer girl who has been usod to
holding tii her best follow for ice
nrnnm Ipn cream lemonade, while
wlnos. Sundays, and tho thousand anil
"ni . . .
nnt nun summer drinks can now ue
called tho "oyster glrl".-Sho will slip
Into the now rolo with becoming moo
csty nnd will never think that her best
fnllnn' CYnfltlRG RCCOUDt Will bo six
times as large as formerly at one sitting
Ho may have had hopes ol a new
winter overcoat but if his salary is not
large he will have to forego this ex'
pense. It is romarkablo the number
of persons who havo during me pres
ent summer taiten a layotr irorn tne
cares ol business and taken trips
either to the mountains and to western
cities or to their old homes in the east.
This has been notlcablo not alone
with the business man but with the
farmer and persons in every walk of
iiffl.ThAr,must be 8omthinR out
side of tho mere matter of cheap rates
to make this activity in traveling by
tho public Ono little itom alone tells
n nurt of tho story. Ono hundred
thousand more hogs havo been shipped
to market so far this year than last.
Hogs, notwithstanding tho increased
number in shipment bavo maintained
a good price. There has been some
prosperity. Tho farmer has been the
recipient of good prices and ho has in
turn aided tho business man. And as
rPRtilt tho two havo enjoyed them
selves during tho heated term, in tho
mountains. Ued Cloud is going to
havo a suro enough new brick store
building. That is cause for general
rejoicing. The idea that a man in this
city has summoned up courage and
nerve enouch to Invest money In a
hrlek store room in the best town in
tho valley is wful. Th Ciiikf takes
otf Us hat to the gentleman and hopes
that after his nev building is com
pleted and he moves in he will havo a
splendid suoceta in the now location.
Thero is always faith that a start in
tho rleht direction may havo Bomo fol
lowers. The west side of Webster
street north of tho Uust building should
bo built up with brick, even If tuey re
only ono story and they wohIi! bo pay
ing investments, 'IMio ast side of tho
street could bo mado presentablo by a
row of bricks and tho ownors could
get enough more in rentals to pay for
tho Investment. Wo want to toll our
subscribers this week tho wheat story.
It prcbably is a whopper but it has a
mural which fits our oaso. Thnro was
once n farmer who had been fairly suc
cessful and had raised a good wheat
crop tho year before. Out of this crop
ho had kept a thousand bushels. The
next voar wheat was an cntiro failure
and his neighbors knowing ho had tho
wheat went to him and bought, from
ouo to live bushels each to get a start
of seed. Tho wlwat was worth ono dol
lar per bushel and each neighbor prom
ised to pay when he raised a crop.
Tho owner of tho wheat owid a niort
gage of eight hundred dollars which he
iniHiided to ft when ho reailzeu irom
his wheat. Some few kept their prom
ise and paid up promptly. Others said
"Oh, I only owe him a dollar, I'll pay
him sonic timo when I meet him." So
they waited and it camo in in dribs
ir utter it was duo. Hut the mort
gage wouldn't wnit, it was relentless
and tho farmer wiio nau accommouaveu
hl noicboim lost his property. Now
our subscription book shows the same
condition as the farmer's whuat book.
No ono subscriber owes an amount
tiit. would be hard to pay but the ag-
grepato moans a thousand dollars and
the relonlless mortgage unsatisfied.
Whon a tourist printer comes around
nnd secures work in r-1- ojllco, in or
der to keep him we oUke
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fllTOEfl PSSIW 1 1
Not perpetrated by the Chinese Boxers, but by Turnurc Bros, on high prices. $
If you don't believe it come to our store and see the bargains that are olfered. g
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 actual cost prices.
Our line of Ladies lisle thread gauze vests 35c and 40c values go at 25c each.
Our asc crau.e vests to go at 17c uatii,
Our 18c and 20c gauze vests at 13c'
Our 12&C and 15c gauze vests to go at 10c.
Uhiiuren s unqerwear at remiiuius ui lunnu rn.o.
'Have placed on sale an elegant assortment of neck ribbons, 35 and 40c values at 19c
OUR - ENTIRE - JlVHSTB - OIJ - PRTS
comprising Simpson' blacks and grays, Trovillc Grays, Garners reds Columbia
COnp and 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
jur entire: sjiuuk. 01 1 aiuauw . ... -j r
.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. i.50, $1.25 and $1.00 each.
1 adies Belts at prices to meet the smallest pocket book.
Ladies Dcusap discount of 10 to 1 per cent. Latest styles, ..
' ' Lace curtains 48c to $6.00 per pair. ' "'
Portierre Curtains $1 .00 to S.oo per pair.
Ladies handkerchiefs from 5c each to 50c each.
Apron and dress Ginghams from 4c to 25c per yard.
Batiste. Organdies, Dimities and Lawns at halt price. 15c goous at ol.
Dress novelties in Union Goods at 10c to 35c per yard.
Ladies Wrappers 50c to $1.50.
Children's and Missck dresses at actual cost.
Ladies wash suits, Jacket and skirt, $3.50 to 5 per suit.
Table Oil Cloth, best quality, 19c per yard. .
Carpets and mattings of all kinds. All carpets cut and matched. A fit guaranteed
1 ;irwl nripps thfi lowest.
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We always have on hand a complete stock of Overalls, Jumpers and Work Shirts.
ft fresh Supply ot uroeeries ana Fesn rrmc nicuayb uh iiaim. m
. .! .Af!nn (nr iiic cfimionminl frin to the eastern markets
lnr nntpr 1Q m:iKiiii uicuiiiauuiin iui m j-... ---i-
to nrocure a complete line of the latest novelties for all departments ot our store, g
to prom l a uu uH v.v .ore fhnt nnu ener n orders or articles 21
We would UkC to state tu any wi uui tuaiuiin.ia ". ; r-.. . .
that ySu would like to have him purchase for you while on this trip will meet with gi
t.s. l"" -Li , cninrtinn rnme in nnv time between now and August 10th. M
- TURNURE - BROS. - I
seed Cloticl, Nebraska. &
him to tho clothinR store nnd lix him
like an aristocrat. It looks as if it is
the clothes that makes the man in the
siRht of die law.-When we rIvo him ii
dollar at supper timo to K ni k.
somothiiiK to eat wo will ntivu 10 iuj;
him so that after ho emores Horn ins
rotiiwt he will not bo thrown in for bo-
ing wobbly. How a 'man cxn Ret r
suppor, havo llfty-fiv cents loft and
get drunk and disorderly nil t of n
dollar w can't soc And a printer ut
that. He couldn't buy enough booru
for the balanoo to wash tho loa4 poison
out of his throat. Wo cnuH bco the
iiint aoerulmr to the city either of
arresting this class of people Mil giv
ing them ten days on broad and water.
The dog tax ordinance has ueen a
winner and all kinds of dogs wiUi all
kinds of names are now proudly wear
ing a collar with a license tag.
Tho CiUEr Calculating i'encil ena
bles any ono to tlguro faster than tho
brightest brain can without its aid. A
twist of tho wrist brings tho result,
inatrtmtlvo. interesting and highly
useful. From this dale we will give
ono with each dollar paid' on subsorip-
oEiTitAY Notjcb: Takon up at tho
farm of K. W. Studobaker four miles
west of Kol Cloud ono bay horse pony
ton years old and 0110 light cream pouy
blind id one eye, about twelve or in
teen years old.-V. W. Stiiukbamb.
Noln on hc Way to Chicago.
1 had ordered tho hack to lake mo to
tho depot on Saturday, and tho pro
prietor said ho would bo at the house
nl '.1:55 11.11. I looked nnd waited unit
waited mill looked for him until 10-15.
1 began to think ho was not coming
and was afraid 1 would tins tho train,
when I happened to see a vegetable
vendor who.had disposed of his wares,
nnd I rushed frantically out into the
Htreot and asked him to take mo to tho
dopot, and ho kindly did so. Tho back
was there but I did not step to bless
the driver, as tho tram camq in bofqro
2 got my ticket bought, and I had just
time to cut In the car. J found plenty
of room for thero was no crowd aboard.
Tito corn eeoius to lie better east of
Chester, wjU whou wo got into the
twelvo inch rain region tho corn was
viu-v o-rf n. but I think tho rains aro a
littlo too lato for tho ears. The roads
weio very muddy and every ditch and
low ilco was filled with water. As I
loft tho cur at Liucotu I found Mrs.
Winters looking for lied Cloud people,
hue I was tho onlv ono elm found. 1
found thu. department prvtidont and
others of tho W. It, O. and was soon
comfortably situated In tiu huadijuar
tci'ticar. It KeetiH il it Mils time the
railroad coiiipauy had f uviiisiicil cars
enough so there was up crowding unit
there worn threo well I tided trains
pulled out of Omaha Saturday night
containing Nebraska'.) people bound
for Chicago. Wo crossed tho Missis
sippi just at daylight. It was raining
and rained all dnj Sunday. Tho corn
looks hue in Illinois. Wo arrived at
Chicago at 11 a.m. As wo marched up
to tho gate to go into the depot, all
having Nebraska badges on, tho boys
ranged along by tho railing said,
"Thoso aro Nebraska poople, lot us
hurray for llryan," Some of tho old
soldiers resented it and yelled out,
"Wo aro not pops." Great crowds are
coming into Chicago every day. They
expect a'mMlion poople and they will
come. I found my nieco standing aU
tho head of the stairs. Wo wont ove;
to another dopot and soon started for
Kacine. Chicago has Increased so in
size that it seoms to extend about twon
ty.llve miles up the lake, Great man
ufacturing building havo sprung up in
tho last few years, businoss is good and
thero is no lack of work It is very
cooi ami cnmiortauio uore.
K. it. Kkiout,
Washinoton, D, C.
Genomic Pure Food Co., Lo Roy, N. V,
Gontlomen Our famrly realizo so,
much from the uso of GItAIN-O tbatyl
feel I mast say h word to induco others
to uso it. If people aro interested In
their W'ulih and tho welfar.0 of thuir
children, they will use no other bever
age. I havo used them all butGraln-O-I
havo found jupunur to any, for tiio
reason that it U solid grain.
Ycurs for health,
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