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ft with no external signs, no skin
truption or sores to indicate it. Tiie
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
System dearly showing the blood has
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and watery. It is in just such cases that
S. S. S. has done sonic of its quickest nnd
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong nnd vigorous.
"My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. 3.
as a blood purifier nnd
to tone up n weak nnd
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
way of improvement.
"We regard it n
great tonic nnd blood
0 0 0 is the greatest of all
tonics, and you will
jfind the appetite Ira
WlJJ proves at once,strcngth
returns and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all parts of the system.
8. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
Mood purifier known. It contains no min
erals whatever. Send for our free book
n blood and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
iranted. No charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OA.
w. l. McMillan.
Vse year... ........................
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Entered at tno poitoDlront Hed Cloud, Neb. ai
eoood class mall matur.
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Local AdTcrlhliiR for ciitprtnliimentK, con
lerta, coclals. r:c, kIvcii by churches, rharltalilo
ioclctlt'v, etc., where nil moneys roheil thcru
fiom arc used wholly for church or ch.ultnMc
soclcllo flrkt ton linos frou nnd nil over ten
lines 2!J cents fcr lino per Issue,
Local ndverthlni; of uiitertAtnineula, concerts,
recitals, etc., where per cent In Riven to pio
moiers, B cents per line per Issue.
One column pcrmnnth .... -....-...I txi
Ouc-hnlf column per month . ................... 3 Ni
Oucfoutlli column per mouth - ... 1 75
General display ndrertultig SV cents per
Republican State Ticket
yor Supremo JiuIk".
SAMUI'.L II. Sl'.IMItflOK,
Of York Counly.
Kor ItfRcuM to Stiito University,
C. J. KKN8T, .
SOf LnucftMcr Count.
ii. t;. oooi.ii,
Of Keith County.
Republican County Ticket.
For County Judge
O. 1C. CIIANKY,
Of Red Cloud. 2d Ward.
Tot County Sheriff
Of Red Cloud I'reclnct
For County Coroner
1U T. K HALL,
Of Pleasant III11 Product.
T or County Treasurer
CIIAS. V. CATHER,
Of Red Cloud, Ut Ward.
For Comity Clerk
Kl). 8. OAItrJKU,
Vor County Surveyor
At'. K. TUORNK,
Of aionwood Precinct.
For Cuuiity Superintendent
MRS. i: .1. CASK,
. . Of Hod Cloud, 2d Ward.
For Commissioner 1st Dlst,
Pot O jnuiUi-loiicr 3d l)lt-
W. V, UI.NKKI.
'The paramount Issue:
elded who to vote for?
Have you de-
The republican oaudidates havo all
ben doing tome pretty tall hustling
Fr the first time in several years the
vols this fall will show Just bow many
good democrats there are in Webstar
The 'Sampson-Schley court of inquiry
'drags wearily on. From presont indi
cations Sohley has a little tho host of It
As far s tho general public is con
corned thoy are getting a whole lot tho
worst of it.
To a few would-bo politicians: If
ryou can't say anythlag good of a man
on your ticket, dont say anything, but
Mry to think up somothlng that will
3ielp hltu out. You may want his help
Senator Beverldgo of Indiana has an
nounced that he will tiiko part In the
crepubllcan campaign in Nebraska. Ho
iliaa agrood to deliver sovernl speeches
dn thu stato and it i" to bo hopod that
ono of thorn will bo In Red Clmui.
two weeks from next Tuesday is tho
-... .i thn narties whoso names np
oear at tho hoad of this column are tho
icople. Tho entire republican ticket Is
of equal merit, and there i no possible
ltuson why any icpitblicun should for
n moment Consider dropping out of the
ranks tills full on n slngld drio of tlio
candidate, lit piibllcuns as n diss are
notqultlots. The Hurcor tlio light tho
greater their loyalty nnd the firmer
tlinir adherence to the cause.
Mr. 0. F, Citllim tli republican can
didate fur treasurer on tho republican
ticket was in Uttldo Hock Monduy
meeting tho voters nnd making friends
every where. Mr. Cathor Is a pleasant
goutieman to meet, a llfo long republl
can, un old resident of tho county nnd
is making n cnnvnss for tho place that
is n credit to himself nnd to the party.
Guide Hock Sigsnl.
YY. F Kutikoi will undoubtedly ho the
next commissioner from tho third com
inissionor ilhtrlct, ntul well ho should
iii. Hu is cat edit niid saving, has
good business ubillty, nnd is just tho
kind of n innti thu people want to look
after thu county's interests. Tlio voters
of tlio thiid disttlct will luivu mi oc
casion for regret in electing him, for
thoy can rest assured that tin will not
only look oftnr the count) 'a interests
hut uftur thoir's also.
Tho republican cundldnto for county
clerk is conducting ii campaiirn of
which thu party can bo proud. Noth
ing does lie say or do neainsl his op.
poncnt. Hu is conducting his cam
paign on his own merits unci abilities
to lill the ofllco to which ho nspirus.
If gentlemanly conduct, pleasant nnd
unassuminp disposition nnd nbility
count for anything wo havo no doubt
but what tho vol rs will cast their bal
lots for E. S Garher for county clerk.
About 21 per cent of the total popu
lation of thu United States attend pub
lio schools and two per cant of tho rest
attend privato schools, u;cordiug to
tho annual report of tho commissioner
of education. The grand total in all
schools, elementary, secondary and
higher, pnbiio nnd private, for th
year 1001 win 17,020,710, nn increase of
282(ill8 over tlio previous year. Of thu
iitimhet tho oiirollmun reported in
public institutions supported by gon
eral and local taxes wni 11,4 11,-102
The republican ticket, whltih awaits
Hie (Midoreinnnt of Webster county
voters on November C, i, in tho judg
niont of many Rood mn, tho best tick
et ever presented for tho support of tlio
people of this county. It has grown in
favor sineo the day tho candidates wore
.selected. Seldom does a political con
vention meet mid nilj nirii without
making mistakes, but in this ence each
candidate wus tho almost unanimous
choice of lii.s party repicsontiitives.
Sumo individuals no doubt had person
al prefcri'iii'OH, but. as u wholo tho re
publlean ticket uives general fiutisfao
tion and its serornl candidates are win
ning friends nnd Mipp jrters as thu cam
paign iipproaches. It only reinains for
republicans to vote to achieve n glori
ous victory Ht tho polls this year.
Ono of tho mst despicable persons
in any pnrty during an election cam
paign is the ouo who, pretending to bo
n good member of tho party, sets dam
aging stories which nro untrue, afloat
against a party nomiueo on uccount of
personal enmity. Thu republican party
is burdened with somo of these good (?)
republicacs. There nro not many to
bo euro but thoy get in thoir little
tingor sometimes to n faro you-wcll
and sometimes in such a manner that
their part in tho deal U kept in tho
dark. Wo would advUe voters who
are approaches in this way to seek out
'.ho candidate who is maligned and let
him know who is doing this work. It is
thu honest thing to do toward a caudi
dalo and will have a teudeuoy to break
up this disreputable prnoticu.
1 1. 1
On friendly populist contemporary
up thu 8tteet made a few mistakes in
an editorial headed "Republicans in
Trouble" ur.d wo deem It due to our re
publican central committee, that wo
should correct in order to sot them at
rights bofore tho party. Tho republi
can county central committoo did not
meet last Saturday as the article states,
aud nover at any of its previous meet
ings has anything been said in regard
to tho matter referred to in the ar
ticle Wbero our contemporary got
bis report wo are unable to say, and we
are pleased to inform the poaple that
it is absolutely falio from beginniag to
end. We aro inclined to believe our
contemporary has beon the victim of a
"cunningly devised political fabrica
tion." Tho good (?) republican spoken f in
anethor column has beon gotting in his
work oa thu one man ou tlio ticket who
unfortunately is not ablo to stand tho
hardship of n thorough canvass of the
county, and who is just beginning to
mend after his late lamentable hard
ship and sickness paesed through since
a stroke of paralysis some months ago.
Mr, Chancy, nominee for county Judge
is tho candidate alluded to aud in'order
to show that ho is capable and is tend
ing to tho most pressing of his duties
we will cite you to tho fact that ho is
nt tho presont timo looking after sev
eral cases in tho supremo court. Tho
c.iso of Wnll.'iidiuor vs. Fisher et nl,
has been settled by G o. R. Chancy,
representing thu plaintiff nnd Messrs
Overman & Ulaokledgc, ropr-souting
tho dofendant. Messrs. Overman &
Blacklcdgo are to dismiss their appeal,
nhil then when tlio casn reiUiMH this
court Mr. Chancy Is to dismiss the case
proper and thus end I ho litigation.
Another en.se ended in the supreme
eotiH and this court. Hu now lias
lino catrs in thu sitpiemo cniiit for
tho city of lied Cloud nil of which wu
believe ho will win.
Mrs. Kva J. case, tho republican
nominee for county superintendent, is
tlia person, who should recoivo tho sup
port of every voter who desires to sen
our public schools advance. Her past
four years Incumbency as mipei Intend
tint of our schools proves that. During
her time our schools have advanced at
a rapid rate 'and parents aro exceed
ingly pleased at tho progieg madii by
their el ildreu. The public schools of
Webster county, tin ler her Hleni'itlu
management, have been brought as
near the point of peifecllon as eould
piiMsiblv bo attained. And why should
tluio bo n change under such eon
dlllonp. We bellevo tho v Hers of thi
county will retain Mrs. Caso right
where she is, us she thorongnly under
stands the schools nnd school work
of this county mid lias shown her cap
ability of handling tlio saino.
Mrs. Will Scilvner is on the sicK list
Finnk VunDyko has been on tho sick
list for the past two weoks.
Wm. Rosoncrnns sold two loads of
hogs last Wednesday at six cents.
TwoKihon men were on otircreok
this week looking after their interests
Samuel Snundors lias n parnter on
the Duller farm, his brother, nnd will
not batch this winter.
Mrs. Mary Green, now liviup in Jew
ell county, was visiting hor parents,
Win. VanDykes, lust wtiek.
Mr. Horndon will have n sale in the
near future nnd movu to Lincoln, Ne
braska, lio has routed his farm to Mr.
V. II. Scrivnor's fruit is all gathered.
Ho had soveial peach trees which tho
fruit would havo hung on until tlio 15th
had thoy been left alone.
Al Sorivncr Mild llvo head of mules
for 8.VJ0 and Hul Stouu sold two head
for S5-JC0 to Mr. D.iuahuoof Hiirr O.ik,
Kansas. They delivered them to him
Making hay and sowing wheat and
ryu lias fur some timo been the order
of tho day, though now it is thing of
thu past. There has nover been such
an amount of small grain sown and
there will bo but little land left tor
coi ii next year.
Almost always Kansas is for extremes
even in potatoes. It lias formerly been
all corn nnd now it U nil small grain,
and whilo I don't like to prophesy for
tlio worse, it may be nil chinch liug3
uoxt year. Then they would go back
to tho old party line and ruUo corn.
All property except farm implements
sold well at H. Henry's salt last week-
Cows sold us high ns $30, hogs oight to
ton cents por pound, and n small pair
of two year eld mules sold for 1150 00.
Mr. Honry aud family started for tho
westTuosday and will make Washing
ton their future home. While somo
farms in our part rented for two-fifths
of a crop or small money rent last
spring, lie has ronted his for noxt year
for 9230 for one quarter section to a
fanner in tho vicinity of Lebanon.
Ed Wilson is gotting out ngnin.
Charlie Moore is visiting nt home.
C. E. Vaiiglmn is improving slowly.
Mrs.li.lt Morutivillo is very sick.
There is talk of moro brink buildings
11 Cordos has bought a fnrin near
Archiu Campbell and A. J, Hayes are
A. II. Jones expoots to movo to Ok
John Ferguson has rolatlvee from
tho east visiting him.
The meetings are still in progress at
the Chrls'.ian church.
J.P. Sprlnklo and F. A. Good were
over from Cowlos today.
Eugene Smith is going to St. Francis,
Kansas to take care of Q. Pundt's sheop.
A Mr. Shank from eastern Nebraska
was hero on a land deal with I. U, Col
The campaign will soon bo over and
election will settle the question of who
tho winners are.
Mrs. Jennie Harris started to Idaho
the lirstnt the week, her husband hav
ing preceded her,
O. F. Cather, republican nominee for
county treasurer was looking aftor
his prospects hero Weduosday.
It. A. McEachrnn, representative, of
the Occidental Uuildtngnnd Loan Asso
ciation of Omaha wns visiting thoir
local agent horn Wednesday.
A party passed through here today
with a hoiso that was stolen noar Con
cordia, Kansas Tim hou vus recov-
.n d al Alma and tho thief captured nt
Educate Yoar DawoU With Owctnti.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
j itfSeT Jf d' ' S3 JX&S$$Si2S$
If! TIIE WINTER,
(Benson's Ptotor Is Pain's Master.)
For couglm nnd colds Benson's Porous
Plasters nro nn incomparably bolter rem
edy than any other external or internal.
Their madlclnal proportics ontor tho bMo
and go ttraight to the teat of the disease.
Thoy rollovo nnd euro a "seated" cold
without disturbing tho system or upsotting
tho stomach. Cough mixtures often nau
seate Donnon's Piastora nro modleinal in
tho highest degree, and quickest to act.
Placed on tho cheat or back or on both
at once in serious cases, tho good offoct is
f olt immediately. Tlio congestion yields, the
oough abates and tho breathing improves.
Lung or bronchial affections or kidney
dhcftso, aro cured with the least posslblo
suffering and loss of timo.
Ucnscm's Plasters aro immeasurably on
perior to Dolladouua, Strengthening, Gap
Bioum or any other combination in plaster
form. They nro also preferable to oint
ments, liniments and salvca.
J'onoon's Plasters havo received fifty-Jlte
Mgfast aisards ovor all competitors; and
moro thnu 5,000 physicians and druggists
havo declared them to bo ono of tho fow
trustworthy household romodics. For silo
by all druggists, or we will propny postigo
on any number ordered in tho United
States on receipt of 25c. each.
Do sure you got tlio genuine Accept no
imitation or nubstitcto.
Koubury & Johiuon, Mfg. Chemists, N.Y.
Fred Hooper hns been in Kansas City
doeloring his eyes. Ho writes homo
that his eyes aro much better and that
ho will bo homo in n wcok or two.
What is the matter with tho church
bell? Wo don't hoar it riii? any more.
Pete Lnldorbrandt has returned from
a trip to Illinois, whore ho has been on
business nnd pleasure combined.
There has beon quite a largo ncrenge
of wheat put in in this neck of tho
woods this fall aud there will bo lots of
alfalfa sown in the spring to rnako sure
of a liny crop.
There is lots of new corn going toj
market now but before spring thcio
will not bo nny to tnke.
Onnof Josoph Cox's twins died nnd
was buried at Oriole. There was a boy
and n gitl and it was thu boy that died.
Sowing wheat and ryt is tlio on'er of'
U-v. Campbell did not Ull his up.
polntmont at Penny creek last Sunday
on account of tlio rain. '
The prayer mooting at Will Auliush
ons was largoly attended labt Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nublu and
(imndnm Noblu were the lniest.s of
Frank VanDyko hist week.
Frank VunDyko" made n business
trip to Womer this week.
Leu'Wilmotis linishuig his work as
road overseer for the year of road dis
trict. No l'J this week.
Mr. Lie wus the uuest of iMr.
Keaglo this week
Albert Kahclmati sold live head of
mules for six hundred dollar.) to tho
urn 0 buyer ut Burr O.ik this week.
Lubon Aubushoii is tho owner of a
new feed mill.
a worthy successor-
'Something New Under The Sun.
All Doctors hnvo tried to euro C.i
uriii by tlio uje of powders, acid gases,
inhalers, and drugs in paste form.
Thoir powders dry up the mucous mem
branes causing them to crack open and
bleed. The powerful acids used in tho
inhalers have entirely eaten away tho
same membranes that thoir makers
have aimed to cure, while pastes and
ointments cannot reach tho disease.
An old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years mnde 11 close
study and specialty of the treatment of
Catarrh, has at last perfected a treat
nii'iit which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but permanently
cures Catarrh by removing tho cnuso,
stopping tho uncharge?, and curing
all iiilliiiiuiatioii. It is tlio only rem
edy known to science that actually
reaches tho afllictod parts. This won
derful remedy is known ns Suuflles tho
Guaranteed Catarrh Cure" and is sold
at the extremely low price of One Dol
lar, each paoktgo containing internal
and externa) medicine sufficient for a
full month's treatment and everything
necessary to Its perfect use.
"Snuffles" is the only perfect Catarrrb
Cure ever made and Is now recognized
as tho only safe and positive cure for
that annoying aui disgusting disease.
It cures all Inflamation 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 uso it at onco, It is no ordi
nary remedy, but a complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed to
uure Catarrh in any form or stage If
used according to directions which no
company each package Don't delay
but send for it at once, and write full
particulars as to your condition, and
you will receive special advico from
the discoverer of this wonderful rem
edy regarding your case without, cos
to you boyond .the regular pricu of
"SnuflU'S" the "Guaranteed Qalurrh
Sent prepaid to any address in tho
tJoited States or Cauidi on receipt of
One. Dollar. AddioS D pt. A -103, E I
win B Giles & Company, a.W0 nod Q332
Market Street, Philadelphia.
'TKJADI3RS i,umbbr CO.
LUMBER and COAL
l3Lxilcliiaa; material, Bto
Red cloud. - - Nebraska
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
HiVIr - AND -
No. i Third Avenue, Red
Chicago a- Lumber - Yard.
Lumber. -Lime, Goal and I. Cement.
Bware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the
.sense of smell and completely derange
thu whole system wlion entering it
through tho mucous surfaces. Such
articles should mtver bo ucd except on
prescriptions fioni reputablo physic
ian", as thn dam igo thuy do is ton fold
the good you oin possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. .). Cheney & Co , Toledo
O.. contains no in iroury, and is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
bin ul and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure
ho sure and get tho genuine. It is in'--i'ii
internally, and m ulo in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by druggists, prico 75c bottle.
Hall's Family Pills ai o thu but.
Twenty professor i, 400 students.
Good accommodations. Carfare refund
ed. Free uso of text books. Board
81 50 per week. Courses: Preparatory,
normal, classical, commercial, music,
shorthand, telegraphy, etc. Library
and laboratory facilities. Commercial
iqiiipments Domplete. First winter
term begins Nov. 12, 1001. Send for
E. N. Johnson, President,
3 Holton, Kansas.
The Hawaiian women's club ut Hon
olulu debated the question: Is it better
to take Ilocky Mountain Tea hot or
cold?'' Eithor way it magnifies your
pleasure. C. L. Cutting.
Farm for Sale.
Half section, fivo miles from Red
Cloud, lino laud, first-class improve
ments. V bargain if sold soon. Ad
dress J. W. Wallih,
Hod Cloud, Nob.
of Cod Liver Oil is the means
of life, and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is s.
burden, it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh.it brings
the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
luty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
edge; the thick end is food,
)u,t what is the use of food,
lien you hate it, and can't di
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Jver Oil is thefood that makes
'ou fortret vour stomach.
If you havo" not tried It, Bond for
oo sample, Its agrooabio tasto will
SCOTt & BOWNE, Chomlste.
39 Pearl Street. . Now Yo
GOo, and 3I.OO i all druggists.
SOFT - COAI,,
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
, I'ho undersicned will sell at the
Win. iuieliu farm 2 miles muUIi and.
2 J miles west of Bed Cloud on
Monday, October 24,
commencing nt 10 o'clock a.m. the;
following to wit:
d3 Head Stock !!
.'insisting of 1 gray mare !'-ycars
old, weight 11200; ono bav maro ten
tears old, weight 1000: onu roan colt
S rears old, weight 700; one pony tent
it curs old. weight 70U: ono buck cow
night tears old heavy with calf, !J
'steer calves 10 months old, 1 heifer
Li'alf 10 mouths old, nod four summer'
, pigs Also
K A 11 M I M P L E M E N T S
and a unmoor ono lino of
Tehms ok Sale 10 mouths time
will be given on nil sums over $51
purchaser giving note with good se
curity bearing 10 per cent interest.
All sums under $5 cash. On alp
: sums of 85 and over a discout of 5
por cent will be given for cash.
ICoL. C. L. Winkiiey, Auctioneer.
iPUBLIC SALE !'
fi'ho undersigned will sell at tho old;
wm. untes farm eight miles smithy
anil two miles east of lied Cloud.
commencing at 10 a.m. tho following!
41 Head Stock !i
18 head of thoroughbred short horn"
cnttio i mills, a cows, 2 2-vear-oldj
1 heifers. 1 ealf
125" head high grado cattle 10 cows,!
i a year oki neiMr,4yearllnghnlfer
i 5 yearling steers aud 6 calves. :
18 head horses, ono driving team six'
sann seven years oin, l a -year old ItM
hoy anu ii yearlings, 'i sucking colts..
lAlso 75 acres fodder cut with bind
er, twenty acres rye straw, topi
ouggy, spring wagon, low wagon I
anu nay irume, agricultural iui-.
piemenu and household goods.
TEUMS OK Sat.K O month f Imnl
will bo given, purchaser giving notej
I with BOOd security bnarlncr iton nar
Icent Interest. All sums under 15.001
MRS. Ci. A. SATTI.F.V
IJotlK Mrennan, Auctioneer.
You can Toe cured of any form of tobacco utlua
eatily. be made well, strong, magnetic, fulliof
iiew life ana vigor by taking MO-TO.BXB,
that make a weak men strong. Many gala
ten pounds in ten days. Over MOO.OO0
cared. All .druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book.
Si..'!n.'k5lXlca ?,BB' Address STKRM-VU
RBMI4PY CO., Chicago or Mew York. 437
Genuine tUmptd CCC Never sold In hulk.
Beware of (he dealer who tries ie sell ''
"semethiflj hut m food."
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