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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1901)
Sores and Ulcers never become chronic
tinless the blood Is In poor condition Is
luggUh, weak, and unable to throw oft
the poisons that accumulate in it. The
syteCh must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore, and great danger
io life would, follow should it heal before
the blood bns been made pure and healthy
and all impurities eliminated from the sys
tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans
ing and invigorating the blood, building
up the general health and removing from
a 1 1 mwbii" A OONSTANT DRAIN
effete matter, UPON THE SYSTEM.
When this has been accomplished the dis
charge gradually ceases, and the sore or
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old
indolent sores to grow worse and worse,
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local
applications, while soothing and to some
extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the scat
of the trouble. S. S. S. docs, and no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition,
even though your constitution has broken
down, it will bring relief when nothing
else can. It supplies the t ich, pure blood
necessary to heal the sore and nourish
the debilitated, diseased body.
Mr. J. II. Tnllxrt, Lock Don 45,Vlnona. MIm.,
! "Sir year ro my lfjr Horn the knee to
the foot mi one (olid lore, Several phyilclun
treated me nntl I made two trip to Hot Sprlngi,
but found notellef. I wa Induced to try S.S.S,
and it made a complete cure. I have been a per
fectly well matt ever ilnce."
Mf B is the only purely veg-
L" ctablc blood purifier
k known contains no
BBP poisonous minerals to
WW& ruin the digestion and
add to, rather than relieve your suffer
ings. If your flesh does not heal readily
when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood
is in bad condition, nnd nny ordinary sore
is apt to become chronic.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no
charce for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
One jenr , 1 ou
llx month 50
What is Anarchy?
WW WA'WW''WV. 'W'VW'WAiAf'W'V'Aw'WAtfAii'WAAWA4
our freedom back ngnin in spltn of
PUULISUEl) KVEKY PUIUAY
Butorcd nt tnc pott oRJco at Hcd Cloud, Neb.nt
t.ocal ndvurtlnl'ig 6 cent per lino per Issue.
Local AilvcrtlMiiR for culcrtnlunuiil, con
terU,t.oclli, c'.c, given by cliurobes, clinrlmble
iocletlci, etc., whero nil money rnUcd there
fiom aroused wholly for church or charitable
loclctlo Urat ten llitUH frco nud nil over ten
llucaStf ccuU per llnu per Ismiu.
Local advcnlslns of cuturulnincnta, concerts,
recital, etc, wheto per cent In given to pro
moters, 6 cents per lino per Issue.
Ono column per month . .............I7 oo
Ouo half rolumn per mouth .............. 3 Ml
One-fourth column per mouth.. ........ ... 1 T5
Goncrul dlHpIny uilvcrtlHliiK , S',l cents per
Republican State Ticket
Kor Supreme Judge,
Of York County,
For KeKcnts to Strtto University,
.' O. J. UltNST,
tot Lancattcr Count
It. 1.. OOOI.P,
Of lUllh County
The question "Wlint is Annrohy" has
boon inked so frequently and answered
In so many forms during th last few
weeks, nnd tin knowledge) of tin; gen
oral public on this subject Is so vagun
that 1 givo herowlth wlint is probubly
tlio most concise and ntithontio state
ment of tlio anarchist creed erer form
ulated. It is tlio "Slatomont of Princi
ples" voiced by tho manifesto Waned nt
tlio international conference of anarch.
Ists, hold at Uo-ovn, Austria, in 1882
nntl rends ns follow.:
"Our ruler Is our enemy. Wo an
archists mo men without nny rulers,
lighting iigninst nil thosu who littvo
usurped nny power or who wish to
"Our enemy is tho owner of tho land
who keeps it for himself and makes the
peasant work for hW advantage,
"Our ueiny Is tho manufacturer
who lllls his factory with wngo slaves;
our unemy is tlio slat, whether moo
arehial, oligarchial or dcmo;ralic, with
its ollleials nntl stalT ollloors, magis
trates and police spies.
"Our unemy is every thought of an
thority, whether men call it God or
devil, in whoso nnmo priests have so
long ruled tho people.
"Our onemy is tho law which always
oppresses tho w ak by tho strong to
tho justification nud apotheosis of
"Hut if tho land owners, manufac
turers, the heads of state, tho priests,
and tho law are our cuo.uies, wo nro
also theirs, and wu boldly oppose them.
We intend to re-conquer tho land and
the factory from tho land owner and
the manufacturer; wo mean to anlhili
atu tho statu under whatever mimo it
may he concealed; and wo inuatrto gt
priest or law.
"According to our s'reugth we will
work for the humiliation of all legal In
stitutions, and are in accord with ev
orv ono who delloH tho law by a revolu
tionary act. We despise all Icaitl
means because t'iry aiu the negations
of our rights; watlo not want so-called
universal siillrngu sincu wo cannot get
iiwuv from our own personal sover
eignty and cannot make oitrsolvew ac
complices in fiimu committed by our
so called repitseuiallve.t.
"Hotwecn itt Anarchists and all po
litical parties, whether coiisetvntiCB
or iiioiloiates, whtthcr they light fur
freedom or recognize it by their nitidis
aion, a deep gulf is llxed. Wu wish to
remain our own masterc, ami he who
among us strives to become a chief or
a lander is n traitor to our canto. Of
course wo know that individual free
dom cannot exist without a union with
other free associates. Wo all livo by
the support of one another; Hint Is the
social life which has ctcated us, that is
iho work of all which givci to each tlio
consciousness of his rights and tho
power to defend them. Kvery social
product la t-o work of tho whole com
munity, to which all havo a claim in
"For wo nro nil communists. It is
ours to conquer and defend common
properly and to overthrow govern
tmiul.s by whatevf r iinmo they may bo
Let the reader Study this "Stitemont
of l'l iuciplcs," compare it with tho
Constitution of tho United States, nud
then determine In his own mind wheth
er tlio nnarchlst shall no or not. .
J M. ClIAl'l'lN.
to Very remarkable offers in new fall merchandise. Numberless JJJ
bargains in all departments. Nalues that you can't get m
elsewhere. Come and see for yourself and save money ft
Taraare Bros. Great Bargains.
A suggestion emanating from a high
toutce, and which is meeting with high
favor, is to change the nntno of the
Philippine islands to the McKiuley
islantls. Tho object Ik, of course, to
perpetuate tho iinmo and glory of the
inai'iyred president nnd his adminis
tration. It. Is intended to bring the
proposition before the next congress,
and it is not doubted that it will be ac
cepted without question if presented in
the proper manner.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR-
"Something New Under The Sun.
Republican County Ticket,
For County Judge
U. It. CIIANKY,
Of Red Cloud. 2d Ward.
O. D. UKDOK, '
Of Had Cloud Precinct
Kor Couuty Coroner
VH T. U. HAM.,
Of Pleasant Hill Precinct.
For County Treasurer
CUA8. '. CAT1IKR,
Of Had Cloud, Ut Ward.
for Coauty Clerk
, KD. 8. UAKKB,
v Of Quid Hock Praaloct.
For County Surveyor
IV. K. THORN K,
, Of Glenwood Precinct.
For Cuuuty Stierlnteiideut
MltS. K. J. CASE,
Of Red Cloud, 2d Ward.
ForCommlnloner lit Dim.
For OommlfManer.ld DUt.
W. V. KENKKl..
For CammUilonerbth DUt,
Tho polillcnl pot hasn't even begun to
simmer around here.
A j iat caucus of the rapnblicnn vot
fc era f Ued Cload city bus been called
for next Tuesday evening at 7:30 nt the
i m 9 w '
The Columbia won tho second of the
international yacht racoa yesterday. It
now heirins to look m though Sir
Tommie Lipton would havo to go back
to England without tho cup.
Kmma Goldman asserts that whlh
in the Chicago jail alio was assaulted by
tho other women nrisonors. It was
certainly hard on them to bo locked up
with one of tho reptilo asassln tribe.
So far the campaign has bean free
from slush and mud throwing, and it Is
to be hoped it will continue so. Tha
tiaudfdates arc all conducting n gen
tlemanly campaign and wo are glad to
seo it thus.
October 28, which has boon name,
for tho ulectrocutio'i of tho assassin,
C, ilgor., W tho earliest ditto at which
the sentence could bu inllicted under
tho law. It Is early enough to stilt the
de.ihtiiids of jmtlcp.' This dale will be
about tix weeks ufter LVosidont Mc
Iviolt'j's deuth, while forty wt-efcs
passed between tho death of l'tcslilenl
Oat Held and tho execution of (Juiteau.
The speed shown in tho C. lgo. caio
as compared with the 1881 miscreant
pleases tho country
For the thirteenth lime and last time
the body of Abraham Lincoln has been
removed. Tho casket containing tho
remains of the araanoipator now lies
Imbedded in an iron cago withla a solid
block of coniont beneath the monument
in Oak Kidge cemetery at Springfield,
Illinois. The enskat was opened and
eighteen persons were permitted to
look upon the features before the body
was lowered to what is bsllevod 4to bo
its last resting plara. The identifica
tion of the rem alas was positive.
Every assassin is a coward, On hear
. ing that ho would bo torn limb from
limb if tho crown at Auburn got hold
. of him. Czolgoz bogged in abject
terror for tho protection of tho law ho
' ,'eo despised. And his wtillowlnB on tho
t aiinnr ( his nriRon cull when ho loard
th'o Kbouts of tho mob outside, ihows
thuktmrof stuff of whioii atiaiiuists
Lost, Inst week, between the state
lino ami Ued Cloud, n lap robo. Finder
please roturu same to Mr. Christy nr
leave at Ciiikk oflicc.
Wo had no church at I'leasant Grovo
lastundny ovonlng owlog to tho rain.
Mr. Morrill ajul daughter did not get
back from Blue Hill with tho proceeds
of the peaches in time for bunday
school last Sunday, What's the mattei?
Mr. Houghtaling and family took
dinner with Mr. Shannon's fapilly last
Mr. Uoyco and sons departed for Ok
lahoma on Monday.
Perry Ueardslee will build a barn
21x40 on tho farm occupied by his son
Mr. Hutchison was down at Oscar
Provolt's for a load of peaches on Mon
day. Chas. Collins hired a Touug man to
help him on tho farm, but on Sunday
ho went after his clolhss and failed to
Mr. Uonghtalliig ana unas. frauds
were shipping cattle on Tuesday.
Jack Divls and family of Esbon
spent tho evening with Mr. Untight
tiling's family on their way to Iowa,
whero they are going to visit or por
Messrs, Llndsoy removed thsir cnt
tie from section thlrtydlvo in Lino
whore they havo oeen pasiuriug tins
Miss Mary Shannon Is spending this
week with Mrs. Lelderbrandt in Paw
All Doctors havo tried to cure C.i
arrh by tho iho of powders, acid gases,
inhalers, and drugs in paste form
Their powders dry up tho mucous mem
branes causing them to crack open nnd
bleed. The powerful acids used lu tho
inhalers havo entirely eaten away the
tamo membranes that their makers
havo aimed to euro, white pastes and
ointments cannot reach tho disease.
An old and experienced practitioner
who litis for many yeats madu a closo
study and specialty of tho treatment of
Catarrh, has nt last perfected a treat
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but porniationtly
cures Catarrh by removing tlio cause,
stopping tho uNcharge?, and curing
nil iiillammatiiin. it is tho only rem
ody known to .seienco that actually
reaches the afllinted parts. This won
derful remedy is known as Snuffles tho
Guaranteed Catarrh Cure" and Is sold
at tho extremely low price of One Dol
lar, each packtge containing internal
and external medioine sufficient for a
full month's treatment and everything
necessary to its perfect use.
"Snuffles" is the only perfect Catarrh
Cure over made and is now recognized
as the only safe and positive cure for
that annoying anl disgusting disease.
It cures all inflamatlon quickly and
permanently and is also wonderfully
quick to relieve Hay Fever or cold in
Catarrh when neglected often leads
to Consumption "Snuffles" will save
you if you use it at once. It is no ordi
nary remedy, but a complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed to
euro Catarrh in any form or stage if
used according to directions which ac
company each package. Don't delay
but send for it ut once, and write full
particulars as to your condition, and
you will receive special advice from
the discoverer of this wonderful rem
edy regarding your caso without cos
to you beyond tho regular prico of
"Sun files" the "Guaranteed Catarrh
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United Slates or Canada on receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dept. A 402, Ed
win U. Giles & Company, 2330 and 3333
Market Street, Philadelphia.
by purchasing here.
.Wo havo placed on salca largo assort
ment of silks worth 05, 70, 8.1c and $100
yd. As long as they last G0d yd,
Figured black llrilllanlinps, Wool Suit
ings, Twillf, lltniiesptins, Surges, Ginnito
cloth;, nud numberless others nt I'-'Je to
81 50 per ynrd.
For Men, Women nnd Children.
15 and UOc hoso nt He per pair. Ladles'
and children's si."S.
Fleece lined hosu at 10c to 30o per pair.
Up to ditto styles always kept oa hand.
Ladies', Men's and Children's.
Ladies' vici kid, extended welt solos,
from ?2 50 to 83 75
Ladies' enameled kid, xtnnded soles,
latest tip, 83.75
Ladirs' felt lined shoes, felt running
full length nud sowed in with outer
leather, uicest thing fur winter wear,
plain or cirp toe, prico $1.50 lo$l 75.
Special lino of ladies $3.50, $3 00 and $2
shoes at 03c per pair.
Misses and Hoys school shoos, so lie
thing that, gives satisfaction ami makes a
satisfied customer, prices 75c to 82.00
Our entire lino of staple caliooe, 0 and
7c grades consisting of black nnd whites,
teds, blues, greys and fancies on sale at
Of per yard.
Mado up in tho latest styles" and hit
cM goods, polka dot volvft, llinnels,
il.mnelolls, sat teens, silks and satin.",
prices to suit, all, $1.00 up to $7 00.
Tailoir Xaclo Stits
Wo still have seven or eight tailor
intitlo suits of latest styles which we ate
placing on salo at exactly half price or
50c on tlio dollar. You can save from 81
to $10 00 on each suit by purchasing of
us. Our olij-ct of selling it such low
piu-cs is ti quit handling suits.
Something now in ladies' seal llecco
lined union suits, as soft and warm ns
seal skin. Mado to wear and lit. Color
gray, silk trimmed neck and front, price
per suit $1 25
Ladies' seal lined vests and pants sep
arate, C5c per garment.
Ladies' superior lletcu vests or pants
0;her grades 25, 50, 75o,$l 00 and 81.25
Children's seal lined liecco union '.suits
50o to 75c par stilt.
Light weights llccce lined union suits
85c to 00c.
Children's separate vests and pants Do,
riso of 3o per size to 23c largo size.
Children separate vests and pants
lleccttl line, haavy, 10c, rise 5c per size
to 15c largo size.
Children's wool vests and pants 25c to
$1.00 per Garment.
Men's lleeco lined eiitra heavy Pants
or shirts COc per garment.
Extra lino puality at fie.
Heavy llueced outing", 10, 12J andr15c.
Finest thing mado for underskirts, -h &)
Other grades outing 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 Jc.
For infant's cloaks, 20, 25, -IOj to $1.00.
Cottcn blankets, full 10 1 double
blankets, 42u per pair.
. Mixetl cotton ami wool 10-1 blankets
$2.50 to $3.00 per pair.
All wool 10-1 blankets $3.00, $3.j0, $4,
$1 50, $5 00 to $G 00.
Extra largo size Silkoliuo comforts,
lino cotton, tied with Saxony yarn, 81.G0,
$1 75, $2 00, $2 50, $2.75.
Q lilted cot comforts 00c to $1.50.'
Our fall stock of yarns is now on dis
play, and you will find it to your interest
to call and examine our stock.
Cream white Shetland ll iss,also colors
at 10v per sknln.
Come and examine our line of new fall Jackets and Cages. Jackets in 27 inch,
30 inch and 45 inch lengths. Our stock in this line .is all of the latest styles
and prices lower than the lowest. Colors blacks, castors, tans, greys and
modes, reds, blues and browns. 1 1
We do not claim to have the only stock of new goods in town, but we doclaim
our line of new jackets are the best to be obtained for the money. 1 I
The Hawaiian women's club at Hon
olulu debated the question : Is it better
to take Rocky Mountain Tea hot or
cold?" Either way it magnifies your
pleasure. C. L. Cutting.
. . m
Farm for Sale.
Half section, live miles from Red
Cloud, lino land, first-class improve
ments. bargain if sold soon.. Ad
dress J. W. Wallin.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Educate Tour Dowela With Caacareta.
Candy Cathartic, care constipation forever.
lQe.38c. It a O. O. (all, druggists refund money.
IRADEMeS XvXJMBER OO,
LUMBER and COAL.
building, material, Bto. '
We, the jury, llml that tho deceased
camo to hs death from heart failure,
caused by not taklrg llhcky Mountain
Ttta madu by Madison Modlolno Co.
DOC. C. I . 'Amlng-.
Report of Dist. 85 in Garfield town
ship, Webster couuty, for tho month
ending September 27, 1001.
Number of pupils enrolled, ito.
Average attendance, 27.
Number of pupils tardy, it,
Tto following pupils wero neither
absent or tardy during tho month;
Hussell Amack, Wesley Street, Henry
Hansen, Louis Kont, Maggie Robinson,
haunt Harris, Vernon Harris, Archio
Harris, Ircuo Ivent, C:irrieStroet.
Ikssk A. A11.KS, Teacher.
Twenty professor), 400 students.
(Sntid accommodations. Carfaro refund
ed. Free use of text books. Hoard
$1 50 per week Courses: Preparatory,
h irmal, classical, commercial, music,
shorthand, telegraphy, oto. Library
and laboratory facilities. Commercial
'omptctii. rii si wuuer
Nov', 12, 1001. Sertd for
Lead a Horse
to water but you can't
nake him drink.
You can't make him ca'
:ither. You can stuff food ir.
.0 a thin man's stomach bu
.hat doesn't make him use it.
Scott's Emulsion can mak
him use it. How? By mak
Mig him hungry, of course
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
'jody hungry all over. Thought
1 thin body was naturally hun
jry didn't you ? Well it isn't.
A thin body is asleep- not
working gone oil a strike.
It doesn't try to useys food.
Scott's Emulsion wakcs it
ip puts it .to woj-k again
waking new flesh, Vhat'sthe
way to got fat.
Send for free sample.
s 'oWfi HOWNR. Clicmliu. wV-adSt, N.V
SJcamlfLco, all lUiggMi,
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - ANrO - SOFT - COAI.
No. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement,
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