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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1901)
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General - Merchandise. VTurnure'si
Wc have added to our largo stock a
line of sewing machines. We have one
of the best machines on the market for g Ol I TC
the money. We will sell you a Drop jy O LJ I I O i
Cabinet Machine, perfectly protecting
the machine from dust and making a
convenient and ornamental stand. No
cover to take off and put on or to lie
around in the way when the machine
is in use. By raising the cover the
sewing machine head is automatically
raised to the level of the sewing ma
chine table. The wood work is antique
oak, highly polished. This machine
has two drawers on each side and one
in the center, making five drawers in
all. 25 year guarantee with each
Made of fine all wool
Our Price $16.50.
New Silk and Satin Waists.
We have the finest line of waists in
the city. Almost any color, made of
the finest taffeta silk, handsomely trim
med, with tucking, cording, hemstitch
ing, etc. Made with the puff cuff and
the bishop sleeve. No better waist
in your reach for less than $7 or $8.
Our Price $5 and $6.
MA. 1 Js
7 m B I ft
Made in the new tight
fitting blouse and Eton
effects. Jacket trimmed
with stitched taffeta or
braid, taffeta lined, the
new flaring or flounce
skirt. These suits are
made with as much care
as perfect in fit and
morkmanship as any
$25 suit in the market.
$9.00 to $17.00 to
Have you purchased your new spring
suits yet. If not don't fail to take a
careful look at our line of suitings in
dress lengths. All the latest colorings
at money saving prices.
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plete line of
ties to be
seen in the
city in patent
cnomeled vici, turned soles or welts.
Our line is made by one of the best
shoe manufacturers in America, and
are sure to give satisfaction.
The verdict of the ladies who have
examined our line of Wash Goods is,
Turnure Bros, have the best line of
wash goods in the city." Have you
seen our striped dimities, lace striped
batiste, tissues, pineapple lawns, holy
hone brtiste, silk mulle and plain col
Price 10c to 60c per yard.
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of the latest styles
and all qualities
10c to $1.00.
A complete line of
ladies, misses and
Ladies latest ef
fects in neckwear
15c to 75c.
and PORTIERRES. to
We are in a position to sell you the to
at bargain prices.
$ LACE CURTAINS
best lace curtains ever brought
to the city.
Large Lace Curtains 45c to
$4.00 per pair.
m Summer Shirt Waists.
jjjl Latest styles and colors. Made up of
m Lawns, Dimities, Percales and
m Chambray 50c to $3.00.
W Exquisite line of White Waists made
with lace and embrodery, full
fronts, $1.50 to 93.00.
"Puritan" straight front and satin
striped corsets and girdles. Also
a full line of the Jackson
corsets and girdles.
J We are headquarters for Groceries. A large stock of fresh, seasonable 5 S Fnsm W
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goods always on hand. All Phone orders promptly attended to.
V. L. McMIM'AN.
PUULI3UKD KVKIIY FHIDAY
Bnurcd at Iho pout offlce t Had Cloud, Nob.m
CvajuJ clan mall matter.
"ucal advcrtlnlng 6 cents vet line cr Imuo.
in.i AiivnrtUhiE for cnlcrlalnmanlH, con
tftH.MclaU, etc., Rlvon by churclics, charltablo
Mclellea. etc., where all moneys rained thore
frinarUBedwhally for church or charltablo
eUUei, flrt ten llnoa free and all over ten
fleuVt ceata per line per Iwme.
lLacal adTerlliliiK of entcrulninenu. conceriR.
rdtal, etc., where per cent la given to pro
'ten, i centa pe' H"8 l,cr 1""ue
Od celumn per month........
One half column per month ..
fn fourth column per month-
Oeneral dliplay advcrtUIng I 8 cents per
Mich per Issue.
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Helping Your Town.
'Itisnol thii Hit of u town but its
htmtelm- tlmt nuiW-s it it titisintlilo
place to iivu. A livo nml prosperous
town is n tlohlrulik' one, tunl it town
may livo :tntl prosper uml yet lt sinitH.
Kvoryoitizeu inn town should bo in
vcjyited in its prosperity.
.One nf tlm wnys to help n town Is to
Always peak well of it- U i1 ' true
patriotism to stnnil by your town unit
self interest s well. As it miin who
speaks 111 of his own family lowers both
Jtlmsolf and his family, too, in tuo esti
mation of others, so does a man who
. cares little for his town and commu
nity soldom caro much for his country,
ll'ho man wh is respected by others
Tcspoots himself and hts neighbors, and
patriotism begins at home.
Another way to holp your town Is to
do ull you can to beautify It. Hoautify
your own property nil you can and
then do all you can to help beautify
-the stro Is. Ho friendly to everybody
yind courteous to strangers. Your
-sivillty will help to make good Impres-
nions and will bo carried away and
cherished Nuvor forget thnt you are
is. part of tho town and your doport.
tnont helps to make up tho stranger's
ostimato of tho place.
Soil all you enn and buy all you can
at home. Kvory dollar that is sent or
carried away from the town makes It
that much poorer. If Vott nave the
moans Invest in something that will
ijivo Homebody employment. Always
cheer on the man who goes In for homo
improvement. 1) not kiek against a
proposud improvement (.Imply beeausu
it is not at your own dour. A town
that W improving is aNo spt ending
ntselfout. If a fifth man mails a pro
ject onoouritgo him. If a poor man
starts help him.
Don't bo afraid to thrust your hand
down in your pocket to help a public.
enterprise. Moro towns liuvo been
killed by such refusals than any other
way. Tho citizons of any prosperous
town arc always public spirited and
Stand together. Work together for
tho interest of tho wholo town, always
stand ready to do your part. Don't
grumblo ami spond your tlmo in
prophesying failures, but help to make
every enterprise a success. Kvory man
owes something to the community for
his own success be it great or small.
Ho energetic, be enterprising and your
oxamplo will bo Imitated Slielton
What a panoramic profession is this
editing business! How the scene shifts!
Now a hoipiut or orange blossoms tossed
into the lap of a blushing bride, with
its reward of radiant smiles and gontle
"Thank you;" now a trembling, tearful
tribute to a departed friend, which
Cries the young maid to her mother, ns
she retires to test. The mother .smiles,
litt highs. She knows that the pains
that rack her will not ttop for darkness,
ami that it mic
sleeps her dreams
will only be echoes
of the sufferings
of the day.
Why not sleep
soundly and rise
refreshed at morn
ing, with strength
and courage for
the day's duties?
pains, and other
womanly a i 1
ments, have found
a perfect cure in
Dr. Pierce's I'a
v o r i t e Prescrip
tion. It heals the
which cause the
pains and nervousness. It makes weak
women strong and sick women well.
"I deem It my duty to express my heart felt
?rntitude for having1 been the means, under
'rovidence, of restoring me to health," writes
Mrs. 11 II Muiiii. of Miritiirliill. I.rmi Co.. l'l.i.
"l'or nearly two years I suffered from Innate
weaknewi so I could not utand on mv feet uny
leiiKth of time, could scarcely walk at all.
Appetite was tnncli impaired; l had lx-.irlnp.
down sensations, can't express how ludlv I
did feel. Had tried seeral kinds of medicine
which did me little or ho good At last decided
to try Dr, Pierce's favorite Prescription, 1 had
not taken all of two buttles before I iaw It was
lx-iiclilltiK me, so 1 continued to take it until I
had taken seven Iwltles, when I felt entirely
cured Did not feel a touch of my old com.
plaint It ha been over n year since I took
your medicine, and I can truthfully say that
my health has been better for the l.isf cnr than
It inil been for four ears previously
"You may publish this ns a testimonial."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Huffdlo, N. Y.
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Death of Mrs. C. W. Kaley
Cjrelin, wlfoof C W. K-iley, died at
her home iu tliis city on Tuesday, after
a uvi re illness of about two months.
Shu hud be i i in ill health for some
years, but her ailment was not eon
Mtlcicd seiious until iccen'ly At the
Unto of her death she was tigeri forty
three years, one nun h ami two dajs
Cyrolia Widley was born at Auburn,
Indiana, on March 13. 18')B Shu was
married to C. W. Kaley on l).cembnr
23, 1879, and camn to Ri-d Cloud im
mediately afterward, wheto shti has
since resided. Shu was one of Mini
Cloud's most respected Indie., alwajs
kind, charitable, hospitable, ever try
ing to assist in the upbuilding of her
sex, and her death is one that causes
sorrow in the wholo community. Tho
funeral services were held at iho resi
dence Wednesday afternoon at 2:80,
anil the remains taken to Aubiian,
Indians, tor interment. Tho bereaved
husband and other relatives have tho
.sincere sympathy of tho entire com
munity in their hour of bereavement.
Tlitur loss is a lo-s to all
mocks tho editor liko an echo, now u
caustic ciitieism of a derellctor corrupt
A now temperance society lias been
started, or has started itself, at Topoka,
of course, that can beat anything else
on earth in tho matter of reforming tho
world on paper. The plan U tho
total abstinence pledge, by wny of tho
endless chain. The tirst month there is
to bo one, socond month three, the
third month nine, tho fourth month
twenty seven, and so on up to the
seventeenth month, when the society
will havo a total of sixty-four und a
half millions of total abstainers pledged
in this country. There, of course, it
will havo to stop, leaving tho othoi
sixteon millions to their fate, for if it
worked another month it would havo
to import something liKo a hundred
and ton millions of people in order to
get material to work on. It is a great
scheme. All Topoka schemes tiro
grent. And this ono will be about as
tho others usually are Lawrence
ollleial, now eiilogiutu of some noble
achievement; now a reluctant invective
Inn led itt soiun iiitoleiablo wrong' And
how the shadows mid sunbeams of
varying fortuno chase each other along ., . ... ,.,,. .,-
., . , . . ... i , i- 1 here is no poison so highly contagious,
the cam's patnwny! loday, basking so deceptive und so destructive. Don't be
in me gonial warinin oi popular appro- too sure you arc cured necauscnii external
val, tomorrow, ensiirotideti in lite
sombre clouds of disfavor. Hut tho
A Mortgage Works
All of the Time.
So does good newspaper advertising. If
properly prepared it does good work, if
not properly prepared it is an eqpensive
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,
David Citv. Nebraska.
signs of the disease have disappeared, nnd
the doctor says you are wen. many per
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
rotash for months or years, and pro
nounced cured to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
fi ,, fft driven from the
UkB BmgatB Ukm. 8urface to break
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have been infected by this loath
some disease, for no other poison is so
surely transmitted from parent to child
as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con-
in'eartj Th Sltl ot th Ppont'
life, for it remains smolderinc in the sys-
' tem forever, unless properly treated nnd
things to rights and ho writes things to driven out in the beginning, b. b. t. is
tot She reads what others write and I 'f &.a"liJ0!?. l s ." v!'
ho writes what others read. S
devil ot a time mid ho has a limo with
the devil. Shu known more than she
wines and he writes moro than ho
sunbeams outnumber tho shadows.
For all tho ills there aro amplo com
pensations. "Your paper is liko a
lotter from home," "It has boon liko a
personal letter to mo," "wo look
eagerly for its coming," "it is a wol
come visitor in our home," words
liko thtso como to every editor now
and then, and thoy dooth good liko a
medicine. Thoy balm all bis wounds
and buoy his spirits liko an elixir of
life. Marion Record.
Tho editor and his wife very often
disagree with each other. She sets
lite an tue oujy rcn,e(jy nown that can over
lie has a j conlc it nnd drive it out of the blood, and
Launching of the Battleship "Ohio."
Sail Frai'u'Meo, alifornia, May 18th,
1U01. UnlyfGOOO for tho round trip.
TickoU on salo Mty Till and 8th,
limited to continuing pasMigo on tho
going trip. Returning, atop-over will
huullowed within lite limtl limit, which
is tluilj dav f 11111 date of hale. A.
to embarrass or bin
The line of heating Moves at Wright's
is superb, See them.
it does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
cures contagious uiuuu
Poison in any and all
stages; contains no
mineral to urcak down
vour constitution; it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same time builds up the general
Our little book on contagious blood
poiboti is the most complete nud instruc
tive ever issued; it not only tells nil
about this disease, but nlfo how to cure
yourself at home. It is free and should
be in the hands of everyone seeking a
cure. Send for it.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 0A.
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Little Store Room
Big Damcrctt Block
is packed to ie 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.
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn, I
Baled Hayand Coal Oil. '
I-I-VRO - ?VVX - SOFT COAIv " A.JK
No. i Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
THE CHIEF, $1.00 PEE YEAR.
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