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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1901)
Grand Opening Sale on New Spring
and Summer Fabrics !
Women of taste come to Turnure Bros, because they are sure to find all that is stylish and up-to-date and at incredibly low ft
prices. This is especially true in the line of G-loves, Neckwear, Shoes, Suits Waists and Skirts. In fact stylish
wearing apparel of all kinds and Easter Merchandise of every description.
I ), TVg-&f-3jaK
?!? Korean Pongee.
(I Tlio nearest approach to a silk fabric in tox-
(15 turo, finish and general appearance, wears woll and
m i.n mn.in into n4 ImtiflKniiu! uowiih as any Feu
New Wash Goods.
The greatest showing of all that Is new
.. l m mndn Into as handsome frowns as any
lard silk at throo times tho price, at !Wc per yard.
in pinks and bines at .11)0 a yard.
in laco and insertion ofTocts at 20o per yard.
Fine Printed Dimities
in all tho newest and dainty designs.
tolls tho story of tho Francis T. Simmons Kid
Gloves. On salo at Turuuro Iiros in all tho now
est shades at l 00 to $1. BO Also a uico lino of
Silk Gloves and Mittons.
Tho host mal os
in tho country.
Perfect in stylo
in lit, mateial,
and at money saving prices. Como in and bo0
swell styles in Kid and Patont Loathor.
Drew-Selby of Portsmouth, Ohio, make the
driest lino of women's shoos in tho United States.
Thoy nro to bo found only at Turnure Bros. Thoy
como in Vici Kid, Patont Leather and all the fash
lonablo styles at 12.50, 93.00, 33 25, 13.50 and 93.00.
We mako speolal selections for the beys and
girls, to give them shoos that have the style and
comfort of the larger people's and also lasting ser
vice. Tho Hamilton Brown shoes are tho best
made and aro only to be found at TURNURE
BROS Boys and Misses shoos 91.15 to 91.75. '
Children's shoos OOo to 91.00.
Theso otons aro tho very thing to catch tho eyo
and captivate tho fancy of good dressers. Made
of corded taffota silk, L'aiglon collar, trimmod
with bands of stitched taffeta, lined with good
quality satin radamo; othor.s trimmed in tho latest
itylewlth gilt braid and buttons. If you want
something dninty and graceful look those over
GIGANTIC SALE OF
Iiadies' Shirt Waists
Women's Silk Waists.
Made right up to date; tho vory newest cuff;
tho newest collar; tho newest back and front; all
tho colors - cerise, bluo, cardinal, old rose, navy
and black. At money saving prices.
Women's Wash Waists.
Whllo it is scarcely tho season wo.uro showing
a largo lino of wash waists in beautiful designs
both in whlto and colors Thoy come in lawns and
batistes, ginghams and other materials 20c to 93.00.
Ladies Dress Skirts.
Wo havo all kinds, stylos and makes. Ladles
dross skirt, mado of special quality black taffeta
silk, warranted not to crack. Top of skirt elab
orately tucked, vory full graduated flounce of
same quality plain taffeta, trimmod with Ave rows
of pinked taffeta ruchlng. Lined and interlinod
In all regular sizes. Prlco 97.50.
Ladies' Rainy Day Skirts.
Made of extra heavy cloth with several rows
of stitching round tho bottom, price 91 75. Others
upwards t 97.50.
Women's Serge, Cheviot and Poplin
and othors too numerous to mention at prices
that defy competition.
Wo havo the ilnost and also tho largest lino Of
these goods ever seen in this city. Seo our laco
stock, ask tho price, then buy where you pleaso.
A full line of tho Puritan corsots from 50o to 91.00.
Aleo a full lino of tho Jackson corset.
One lot of ladies batisto and ventilated girdle cor
sets at 49c, worth 65c.
Satin girdles in white blue and pink at 91.25.
Wo ore showing tho largest and most complete
line of ladios holts evor brought to the city.
Ladios Patent Leather belt, gilt trimmed at 25c.
Gilt Cloth on Patont Leather at 35c.
Gilt Braid, gold plated buckle, at 50c to $2.25.
Wo mako tho important matter of carpot buying
easy for you by showing tho best styles and at
lower prices than any othor storo can offer you.
Phone 6 1.
Our Grocery Department needs no advertising1. When ySSSSSSSSSasss
in need of any thing to tempt the appetite you are W
always sura to find it at TURNURE'S. jg
V. L. MoMILLAN.
PUULISUEI) EVKHV FIUDAY
Bniered t tho oit office Hcd Cloud. Neb.
Local RdvertlnliiR 5 ctim !cr lino icr lue.
Lcal AtlvcttUliiR for entcttaliiumuts, con
terti,icll, etc.. given by churches, charitable
locletlei, etc.. whore all moneyi raised there
from are uicd whtlly for church or charitable
ocletlei. flrit ten llnca free and all ovr ten
lines art ceuti per line icr lue.
Lecal adTcrtlilng of euterwlumcnti. concerts,
recltali, etc., where per cent ! given to pro-
meteri, 6 ccnta per Hue per lue.
One column per month . "
One half column per month .. . a J
One fourth column per month- -. l
General display adveriUlug I i ceuta er
Farmers aro in tho tlelih plowing
ami seediiiR, which Indicatus that
spring is here.
A tint' rain el in Tuesday afternoon
and cmitinuftl utiiil along in the night
This will put t'iu ground in lino shape
Prof. Nilus was not feeling very well
Tuesday, so ihero was no school in his
room on that day.
Will Harllott and family of Cain p.
bell camo down tho lirst of this week
to spend a few days with his mother.
Mrs. Floyd Tookor who ha9 beon vis.
list church Sunday evening was well
attended and tho children performed
their part in an interesting mannor.
A collection was taken up for tho ben
etit of the Grand Island college.
Our wot snow is about gono and tho
small grain wet up, and looks very
promising for a crop.
There will bo moro acres of oats
sown this spring than usual and less
acres of corn.
Chits. Arhuaklo is making a thirty
dollar fence around tiis yard. Allen
Carpenter is doing tho work.
Old Undo Billy VanDyke'sflnew rosi
denco is nearing completion.
V. 11. Scrivner's houso is done all
hut plastering and floors.
Jas. Keaglo is building an addition
to his houso built recently. Will Serlv-
nor is doing tho work.
Almost every farmer in this part will
sow more alfalfa this soring. One man
H.s become n pro
erbial phrase to ex
prc-s the futility of
mere desire There
are a creat mnnv neo-
pie who tliltik it is as
utclcsH to hope tor health as to cry for the
moon They have tried many medicines
and many doctors, but all in vain.
A Kreat many hopeless men and women
have been cured by the use of Dr. Fierce'
. t" i ,u . PHtnnhnll rnturnpd Golden Medical Discovery; people with
King her father at Campbell returned ob,tinale C0URMS) 'bleeding lungs, night.
C. K. Hioks who r cently returned
from Lincoln is having his store pa
pered and remodeled and when finish,
ed it will bo tho neatest storo room in
Thoro is cousldorablo warring among
some of our people about the prospects
of Bluden having a saloon.
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Kichendifer
who havo been iiuito siuk all winter
are slowly recovering.
John Kropp loft Friday for Grand
Island where ho expects to otteud col
Mr. Denton of Iowa, father of tho
Denton boys camo In Wednesday oven.
ing with a carload of cattle which will
be fed in this vicinity.
Al. K ed and J. K. Horn drove down
to the county seat last W dnosday.
Mrs. .1. B. Yost of Dowitt is visiting
with her parents north of tho city.
Fred KnufTumn had a public sttlo l..t
Wednesday, ho having rented his farm
to his son, ami will move his familj to
tho capital city.
The Easter exercises held at thi Bap-
sweats and other symptoms or disease
which if neglected or unslcillfully treated
find a ratal termination in consumption.
"Golden Medical Discovery " has a won.
derful healing power. It increases the
nutrition of the body, ond so gives strength
to throw off disease. It cleanses the blood
from poisonous impurities and enriches it
with the red corpuscles of health, It i
not a stimulant, but a strength giving medi
cine. It contains no alcohol, neither opium,
cocaine, nor any other narcotic.
Sometimes the extra profit paid by
inferior medicines tempts the dealer to
offer a substitute as "just as good "as "Dis
covery " If jou are convinced that "Dis
covery" will cure you accept nothing else
tl was In txxr health when I commenced
taking I)r 1'ierce's medicine," writes Mr, Klmer
I.awler. of VoIru. Jeflerxon Co,, Indiana, "t
had stomach, kidney, heart, mid lung trouble,
Was not utile to do any wrk, t had a severe
cough nnd hemorrhage of the lungs, but after
is sowing eight bushels of seed.
Old Undo Richard Keaglo will build
a new barn in tho near future
Amos Gust intends to build a new
Chits. Barret made a business trip to
Red Cloud last week.
Tho now Union church near Jack
Brown's will bo dedicated soon. Ilov.
Lemon of Lincoln, ono of tho state
evangelists, has been invited to deliver
Charloy Cockral and Newton Sibort
who made a Hying trip to North
Dakota last week are back and will
move up thoro soon. Occasional.
Charles and Andy Guy havo gone to
Iowa, called there by the illness of a
Conrad Wagner is building a new
Jos. Hunter's new houso Is nearly
Mrs. H. F. Cobbs died on Monday
in het 3!td year. Tho funeral services
were held at tho Christian church on
Tuesday, conducted by Kov. V. K
C. W. Busheo's houso is nearing completion.
J. A. Sheeloy and M. Lovitt nro tho
now members of tho village board.
Two binder agents in town assisting
Guy & Garrison this woek.
A 11. Crary has started his now
1 Geo. Van Wooi t is street commission
er this year.
Dillon delivered trees hero last week.
and havo located on tho old Richard
son farm. Wo hope thoy will be pleased
with their new home.
The Annual Arbor Day of the Martin
cemetery hns been set for Monday,
April lii All patties inlet ested ate
requested to rnme out in the morning
and stay all day. Tho fence and hitch
rack need repairing and tho grounds
coed cleaning off. Come early and
stay all day. Tho Burial Board will
hold their lirst meeting nt tho grounds.
Tho now board is composed of C. Kent,
A. B. Wiggins and G. B. Coon.
N.L.D Smith, Clerk.
Tho Lord mado Adam first so Evo
would have someone to talk to when
All of the Time.
So does good newspaper advertising. If
properly prepared it does good work, if
not properly prepared it is an eqpensivc
proposition. Our experience enables us
to prepare ads that pull business. We
would like to prepare copy for your ads
we give the matter prompt and careful at
tention adn make advertising profitable.
Publishers' Advertising Agency,
A woman who can bestow her affec
tions on a pug d..g is excusable for
marrying a dude.
using our medicine a while I commenced to
gam lit kirengin aim nesn aim momx-n cougn
Inn rlcht awnv Took about six hollies of the
'rioldcii Medical Discovery' then, and last
spring I had Rritipe and it settletl on my limes,
leaving me with a severe cough 1 had the
doctor, hut he didu t seem to help me any ; so
1 coimiicuccujour men
ielue again and took
three or four Unties of
ilit. IlUcmLTV and two
iaU of I)r Pierce's Pel
lets, nnd that stralcht.
ened me up I feel like
A illlfercnl person I
gladly recommend jour
medicine to nil mlfer.
ers for I know it cured
Dr, IMercc's Pleas
ant Pellets euro con
stlpition by curing Its
Rain is tho present order of tho day.
Rov. Park preached at tho M. B.
church the 7th of the month.
Mr. Throne has moved his blacksmith
shop from Kansas and is now ready to
build anything a farmer needs from a
nail to a plow or a wagon.
Oats is now a thing of tho past and
farmers are now beginning to think of
School closed in Dist. No. 110 Thurs
day with a lengthy and interesting pto
gram. Some parts wero laughable
somo wero instructive, all wero enter
taining. The songs were good selec
tions and well rendered. Tho enter
tainment did credit to tho teacher, Mr.
Jesse Mies, as well iu the pupils, every
ono appeared to be ahsoihing huge
chunks of fun.
Mr. and family havo lately
moved to Garfield from Buffalo county
The blood may he in bad condition,
vet with no external signs, no akin
jruption or sores to indicate it. The
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
ind a general run-down condition of the
system clearly showing the blood has
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin
ind watery. It is in jnst such case that
S. S. S. has done some of its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
"My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone up a weak and
very marked effect by
way of improvement.
"We regard it a
great tonic and oiooa
purifier." J. F.Dui'P,
David City. Nebraska. S
Little Store Room
Big Dmmcrcll Block
is packed to its utmost with all the latest styles of fur
niture and at prices lower than ever before offered.
Call and get our prices before buying. We will save
you money and please you with quality.
Albright Bros., Red Cloud, Neb.
,?r -Ti. -.r.utRy. jw... ii
frEfoSf igaJIFitl I
is the greatest of all
tonics, and you will
find the appetite im
proves at once, strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
.hrough all parts of the system.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
alood purifier known. It contains no min
:rals whatever. Send for our free book
3ii blooil and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
ivantcd. No charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 0A.
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Peed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coal Oil.
No. i Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51. sf
THE CHIEF, $1.00 PER YEAR ?
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