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By A. C. Hosmer.
COME AND SEE US.
We have bought the entire stock, and
709- 711 .Second SI., and 110 Ilaat
liigaAve. I1ASTIMCS, HKRIt.
CLOAK SALE !
Oct. 15 to Nov. lt.
Extra inducements off
ered to outside trade.
Yib or Your boy May Want an Overcoat !
Perhaps both of you wish to buy one. We know it is necessary to
Sell you a good article Cheap. We are willing to do so.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, CLOAKS, and we intend to sell them by
Making' our prices so low that they will satisfy everybody. Conic and sec us.
l'Vu Slier. ir,
II. C. SCOTT.
For Clerk of the District Court,
C. . CUONE.
For County Clerk,
II. 1). KAXNKY.
G. . Hl'MMKL.
For County Judge,
I). V. TllUNKKY.
1). M. IiUNTKK.
For County Surveyor,
W. E. TIIOHNE.
Only a few d:is more before the
people" will be called upon to decide
who shall be the next officers of Web
ster county. Our advice would be to
vote for the republican ticket as there
cannot be a word said ngainst them,
and as to competency, there can be no
question nor cm one be raised, on
the other hand there are numerous ob
jections to the independent ticket.
The office of county judge and super
intendent more especially should be
held by men who arc full' competent,
as the duties devolving upon those
official arc such that one should be a
thoiough student in books while
the other should be thoroughly
versed in law. Neither man on the
windependent ticket is qsiahfied, one
way or the other to hold these offices,
while there is not a candidate on the
republican ticket but what could hold
any office satisfactorily to the pt-oplc
If these were the only reasons, they
would suffice but there are other valid
reasons why the independent move
ment should be knocked tmu 1. The
party is the voice of anarchy. 2.
It is the breeder of revolution. .
It has no particular fixed principles
by which a voter can tie to and fiel
safe; and in fact many ether cogent
reasons can be produced, but the tirat
three ought to decide any iunn to
withdraw froai the pmty who loves
his country. Loyilty to the flag
should be the watchword of every
true American. Many voters went
over to the independent ranks last
fall in the hope that some necessary
reforms oiinht be accomplished But
alas, their hopes were blasted. It
seems to be a free for a) scramble for
office, the reform question beiug sec
ondary to "give me an office" first,
last and all the time Therefore the
men who honestly th'ought there was
a show for reform have become dis
gusted and returned to the old party
mhere they will get the reforin :oon
er than throngh the third party lun
aoy. To prove our assertion, the last
legislature "was independent by a lagc
majority, and yet was the most rotteu
legislature that has c-vt-r hen lectcd.
The appropriatioMs mare by that bod
was more than $450,000 over that of
aay preceedivg waembly. Out of
Eternal Vigilance is
that amount can be taken $200,000
for aid to the suffers from drouth, and
the neat little Mini -if 2.")IMM)0 still
remains for the reform legislature to ex
plain, ln-tcad of refoini. it was ex
tremely the reverse. Half of tneir
time was fooled away in idleness and j
foolish Junketing trips. Then again j "H: a desirable effect. The scandalous
hour law, which compels a farm Maid (ujIIt.i, ar mml0 doubtlc s lmth from
to work from five in the morning uu- spirit of revenue mid in the Iiojk? of
till nine or ten it ninht, while a city ' breaking the effect of the damaging ev
chap can iro to work at eight and quit injures) show that thoy are hit, while
,-' ; . l : the ollieial reiorUs which have come
at five. A more unjust or nonrenal- nm vanmig plbhc mithonlies fullv wr.
cal law could not have been I rained to n)irnlinf, tj10 Htatl.monLs mm0 ty the
the farmer. When you ask one what ijnyat company, have awakened a wholo
they did tli2y will say: "We passed j some public sentiment in favor of re
the Newberry bill, we did, with oun prcssive laws, which means mischief to
r..i i . i. . 'pi i :.i ... .., o .... I tho illegitimate tram?,
little hatchet. he bill wa- so un-j The Kovnl llakmR p0wder Compan
jusUind so uiKjualifiedly unlit to put hot otIt &;me tjmo af:o to expose the char
on the statute books, that even a dem-l
ocrat would not sign it, a..d then the
windepen lents didn't have the moral
courage to pass it over hi head. The
great Inns and cry of the party, that
the republicans arc tied to corpora
tions is all moonshine. No party
since the foundation of the govern
ment has done more for the people,
and these windependents know it.
Now frijiids, do not be hoodooed any
longer, but vote for the republican
ticket and therebv give dcraagoguerv
and anarchy a black eye. If you
want the times to continue close keep
ha-ping against capital, and vote the
windependent ticket, and you will be
ab'e to gain your w sh. On the other
hand, try to harmonize labor and cap
ital and you will find a big change for
the better in a very short time. Try
it. The windependents will not be
in it in November. The people are
tired of so much foolishness as is in
corporated in the great "I want office"
I nut a Candidate.
Kdirok Ciiikf- Pleac say through
your columns, that John 31. Chaffin,
of Guide Rock, has not been, is not
now, and will not be an independent
candidate for count? judge at the en
suing election. .Iohx M. CllAFFIN.
The following Hcd Cloud physi
cians havT received certifieat-s to
practice from the state medical board:
K. Damerell. M. D.
I Y. Tullevs, M. D
G. E. McKcebv, M. D.
J. Morannile. M. D.
L D Dennev. M. P.
D. M.Honter the candidate on the
Kepublcan ticket for County Supertcn
dent received his education in tho public
schools Pennsylvania, at Mercersburg
College, Pa., nnd at the Cumberland
valley-state normal Khool located at!
Shipiwnsburg. Pa. He attended college
and normal school more than four years,
grauated at the normal school in 1&7S as
valedicioraia of his class. He passed an
examination and received a tirst grade
certificate in Webster countv, in 1SSG.
Prof. Picking having charge of the ex-'
amination for ilr. Springer. His normal S
diploma is good for life in the state of f
Pa-, and has been endorsed by the State
supennu-'caeni oi .-eunua, so uuu ue
can teach anvwhere in Ponnsrlrania. ori
Nebraska, in" the public school without
any further examination whatever.
the Price of Liberty' and One Dollar a year is
Webster County, Ned., Friday, Oct ohk 10.
Successors to POPE BROS, Moon Block, Red Cloud,
tsii: m;ht roit riKi:rooi
Siiti'" of the IIIort fo Soth
Start llukiiiu l'ovUr.
Tin ai:irressio war waned by the
i;.yal l'owdor Company "pon tho hcU
of lid u Iterated and impure balciu :n):v
dors .su'd throughout the country is h.iv
actor and to break up the sale of ami!
tornted baking iowders. Having found
from an examination of many hpecimenR
that there was a large number of actual
ly injurious powders in iho mnrkoU-thoy
brought the matter before the public
and denounced tho makers by name in
the press and to tho health authorities.
The affair was taken up by physicians,
Hoards of Health, and Legislatures
throughout tho country, chemist were
employed to test tho various powders in
the market, and the government iulf
directed analyses to l made before it
would purchase tho supplies needed for
army. navy, and Indian uses.
Tho result justified the charges made
by the Iloynl company. Not only were
the majority of baking owders in the
market found to be largely ndulterated.
but many of then were ascertained to
contain alum and other joisnoiis ingre
dients to such an extent as to render
them jiOMtixelj unsafe for um in human
In making tho charges tho Iloyhi Ilak
nig Powder Company did not httitate to
enter into competition with every other
baking powder in the country, and it is
a public satisfaction that in the oOtcial
tests by government and State chemist
nnd by" Hoards of health, the lloyal Bak
ing Powder has been declared to be the
superior of all others in strength, punty
nnd wholesomenes. nnd absolutely free
from all inferior or detrimvutal &ub
stancec From recent ollieial reports it is evt
dent that the nlnm and otherwise im
pure goods have again comw upon the
market in dangerous quantities and
their old enemy, the Koyr.1. is again up
on the warpath. In continuing its
warfare against these gls the Royal is
meeting with the old-urne opposition
i and nbu?e. The public, however, will
j appreciate, as heretofore both the object
ol tne aouse anu ;ne action ot tne rwoyai
company, and award fell jcstice to the
company that so fearlessly stands up for
its protection from such adventurers.
Card or Tunnk.
We desire to thank all those friends
who were so kind to our daughter and
to us during her last sickness, and after
j her deceased.
Wat. L. Mckphv.
The Hgricnltraai focity at the fall
meeting elected the following ofScers
President IS. L. Alyea.
Vice President -1. U. Kcapton.
Treasurer -Henry Cook.
A. iiorhart is the authorized agent to
I fH he incandescent globes. When you
buy always return the old rtob. tf
i.ot i. I'rris.
School sit jijihes at Deyos.
Omdition jo-.vaers, a largo variety at
Mrs. d. W. Sherwood, has been on the
Visscher i Cowden are pmuting the
F. Ij. Petersen hius n little ton which
armed Inst Sundny. Usual weight.
Goto Deyo for tine stationary, line jkt
futues and toilet article, and lino lrugs.
Take our old cont out of voiir broken
Jwindnw, and go to Uejo-j for windon
CJ. K. t'haney i- the happy papa of a
bouncing baby boy. We extend congrat
ulations. ."J doz Husking glou in four different
styles at Wieners from CO cont pair
Notwithstanding hard limes Ueyo'i is
having a good trade because low prices
nnd good prices count.
Do you need a pair of Men's or Hojf
boots or tine shoes? Wiener offer the
be.-.t made, at right prices.
J as. NcCIellaud a prospenous farmer
come in the other day and renew od his
allegiance to tho Ureal .Famiiy Weekly.
Never since I havo Inen m business
iiavo I Iwen aulo Ui oiler such value to
my customer as now, is what Wiener
Another Minion at the rridnc of
Mr. Win. Million. It is a boy awl all
are happy especially the Kpa. Nebras
Are you feeling chill? Dont you
want to feel ojmfortable? It will lako
but little money to buy your undervr
Now is the time to select your reading
for tho winter. Patronize your hooie
merchants and order all psers ami maga
zines of Dejio.
t heapnere akmo Ui not what you &re
looking for, but combined with lurnUty
and lit in eluding style i what you wait.
This you can find at Wieners.
Paul Phares and w ife, w!k w ore here
visiting friends ami relative have re
turnetl to their I'opeka hoe-e. where
Paul is oce of the main com poet tors on
The okl familwr face of Geo. H. iloU&nd
is again to bo seen on oer strtt?. (J-orge
says Hetl t'lcud, is the brtit town that hr
know of. lie has taken charge of the
Utrdner hou:-e. aal hereafter wilt run
that well-known ht-tery. We are gUd
to re hini back.
Miss Jennie E. Sd'in. who his lvn
visittng in thw cr.ty for fxeral months
Tv.th her grand pareols. Dr. aad ilr
Schenck. Uejarted yesterday for hr
home in Pratt, Kn.a. Whu here fch
made many friends who unite in express
ing regret at her departure-
School report of district T5, for the
month emrng October 2d, 1 501, izza
began Sptember T. Namlr of pupils j
enrolled fourteen. Avenge attendance .
ejeren. Names of pupils wlio have not .
Leen absent during the month ILoj i
Hailty. Ilota-rt Parson. Lulu taroa. '
Amanda Duster and Monila Parsac
Names of tlvoee standing the hyriwsi is ,
deportment Olive Boater. Lsie Par.
snn, KltzA SheeJer actl Asizsda Boater. '
Patron? are mvild to Tieii the tchov.. 1
R. E. Pay c. teacher- j
F. V. Taylernerer hli ch.rc i sny
thiog tor zttendsg fraerai. He;
cairie? t' - lirgi?: ?.: ard nsren-'
;.c .ai-fjttti n. Kmrmh-r he nil
dii( lne 3 pr c otfered by othcr,J
un ucdertaVmg godt
the Price of Tlu- chief.
Dealing : (joldtn
martin sc son
ICt'iniirliiililc ontraol In Hie,
2:i!Vr( f 'I'o Iiloi on
The slow absorption of man p
changes in soiiu more or 1h ni!t!ied
form the tvHnplexjon, but nrftiu atwl
ammonia Ikw thir etfv-t nUmt a
quickly tu any. The (topuiar l'lief that
nrvinc cleart the ,iiipVMin lini k
many silly women to kill Uimiimvji
with it in finall, nintiniiMl lfxm
It pruduceM a waxy, ivnry like nppiwtr J
an of the hkin dnriug n certain Ug
of the p-uoning, but lit torribin af tr !
effect" have 1-mio U well knon to'
mnke it of common use nj a eoomUo.
'I he effectH of ammonia uKn tli ci '
plevion are directly the pjjnt t tlt
of arwnu. The tirnt fjmptam of ain
rnonia pMSomng which apj-nrH among
thot- who work in ammonia tirunv t
a diHColoratMin of the kin of the nos
nnd forehead. Tin grsulually eJiU-nd-j
over the faco until the ootupieiHn ha )
a sWiinel. b-olchod ami unsightly apjar- '
nn'-e. W-th people who laic ammonia j
inU the r FTfttma in MniiW ki.. a
with the.r v atr or foI, tso Ktnkiag j
pymyuMna ilo mt appnar k trm. Tb
only effect of the 'Wm thai n twWi
for a time is general nawholrrtaiMieft4 '
and aaliow no? ' th Poo.p4"trn j
Manv iKj;tle ar 4nwy alrbiBC am-
loor.in jion without krwwiag it. Tho
u of smmonw tu the mfmofiurtor'i i
has grently increl of Jh1. nod hh i
)utMaably uxl ianiuiSnuit uicy '
Umb f""l prfrt'iM. OnVtal jmwiIj4J
hire plainly pioa iU b eten ta tteh
baking j.der. 1 he dUou-l aWKp- i
ton '( xmmaoiA in oven minute aoaoti ,
Ihs as an .via Iterant la ffl ta injariooi
not mrelr from it eSt u;on the
r iexxw. bt l-aj it d'-AtrTf th
ing of the ioaKrh aad " tiywy f a
ani kindred evil.
Profe--ir Imj of C"Joc, a&orUr
for the taU-tneflt tuat. tf U tMlr amttUn
;rU of w atT thiw oe part of am
moQta, the wat; i!iugTow.
;!( miry .
On tr nd f (HiUr, l-l. Uuai Hh
flay Maryhj, Luzhtr of Wa. ad !
Lcnndia Moryihy. di.J m ti city at'
tb reidoce of hr uiac. Mf"t Asat
Soott, in her l&ih y-r Tb de-3 i
Wat torn t O i rdft, iraat coutr. I&-1
dsn. May rJ 1--7T. has i.ij ta tfcw
cocnty nnj tr i mU- Wv- y er. iyhm
i a yooot: uuj tauch ovl by Ux
rho koir her. Sn kiad. zeu m t
a. br.ght. piaAaa:, al tjcit. -er ,
ready to da a kiad act V oUmc. IV
a itmns aod -; dtrjociUon.
hft fr tec rite 3k of v-Jo stilt ,
chrKaa forUtede xiXh'al cr-naptetftt r
a a:urnv-r. al eaitaiy x-mj ay trai
icg to Ue Ird. iibta nts '.'aiiwe.
mother, three fister ard a Jjcosh?, to '
mourn her Jo. Tif fua-ral ex-wew-ii
were held at th M. E. Ciap, cr&dct- S
ed by the Rev. Gtx O. y-T. thcce f
br reOKun were eeodctl to lh RI
Qocd ctsartery, ar tJey -rtm od;- j
Ir IxkI axy Ull tb- coouc t-f oer Iwrd 1
If rue cant lb t-t xstA cltear 4d
irjadmJU. -r' Hrarj C 5t at !tl '
5'un cm 1 llircrtor.
Cciid .t Ce., aiif 1 pchj ofi
rndrukiji Gh, aad Fr.ril "Sf -
Oo to IL C StX- for TTrti, beggxr.
ic H ie- ... ti bcw. t yea iii
uxxx wa :cve.i.ga;,o jy
Lun t forget u J. II ?aitk W-i
lere j mU yor poolwr. 3
it s Immense
niix.MiM .,,. il wriK
I. Mimic by nrett
tl Hull ml! NimolhitM; io narl U
the 1 Sth nntriiry
.1 uetMnii SomoI IotiilMMM ly
1. liientKtHM on Ammmm I mom bj
." Miwm by cirrw.
k l,Mn-tHia Utx litkiXtt of Hmmlknr
Hill, br Mr-. Iany.
7 trwrlT Skoo of I4-41 of
Spam. Mr. I' L OflUitg.
1. Mwnr by ewdn
'L IM1 coil Polital iio.
.1. tJiieU on AMfoHt lllobwy
by Mr. Upward.
l (ueotfioo no HmcoJ ImUtmimm f
U. CjuUitui no the hwtnrjr of rsht
col ;irti in AoarM, bj Itr II YJj
a J '.wwling Th AgrWroUrl HvV
mot at WnrbtoyUoo. by Mw. Klf
7 Mxiil bmWt (MHrt UiV by
fK wtm otan.
1. Muw by rwrt.
2. llnU coU- N of Vbo .
.1 (umUuoi oh Aokww HhovoT7 7
I. limo on fcrf lo'tito tio by
Mr. II. "A Morfo
.. om on PbjsooHry Mi Um h
torn tabl of tbo ihosacmmk by Jfw
L atiuA - Aofconmo for nt
Uaoiw w njosoxioo. br Mr. 'ViUuix
Itr-r M Hiy ertio- Ux bW wtamk
TV fnn(io rhorrii a Wtog
Dr. Price's Cream Bikizz Pomrdcr U oftta called tbe
Oood-Lrck Bakizz P"rdcr.
Owiag" to the fact lha: good lack alxajs altesd Ubt
use of Dt. Price's, xt is not essential to sse ft tie tscc3oet
it 3 tzixzd nor Is xt Ttqziztd to have the orca alxayt jsit
so, as in the case sr:th zzzzzcrzu. or alsa peneden. It Is wtt
Izzk after all, bet the exact accuracy xzd cars exerefstd is
th prejratica and combination of all the :njreiints of
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Competent chesaisU
are crsplcjcd to test th strea and pnrity of cibtik
ingredient. Nothing is trasud to chance Hence: it is
al?ra73 uniform ia. its work.
Kccie "wrires never fail to hare "good Inez" in malt
xn most deiicioas bread, biscuit, pastry and cakes tiafc
remain moist and ixeet. Only Baxinj; Poirdtr that coa
Uiu5 the white of cgs.
Dr. Price's Cream BaHng Pawdcr is re
ported by all authorities as free from Aasaonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In &ct, the
parity of this idol powder has never bca qM
V.i l.i N.. VI
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vf4 to I(o4 ' 4 o wHl
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Kot Hoorfc-oo M Cr.ot 000 l,
fr bo bono.
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