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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895.
Babies and Children
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ICopvrlKhted, 1891, by W.T. Kostcr.1
St. Joseph, fo, April 27. My
last bulletin gave forecasts of the
storm wuvn to cross tho continent
from Apr 28th to May 2d and tho next
will reach tho Pacific coast about May
.'t'l, cross tho western mountain
oountry by cloo of 4th, tho great
central valloys from fith to 7th
and tho eastern slates about tho 8th.
This disturbance will average above
tho normal in foroo and will bo much
like the storm that crossed tho conti
nent from full to 10 of April.
Heavy rains will occur only in small
localities'. and drouth will goncrilly
prevail during tho passing of this
The socend stoim wave of May will
reach tho PaoiGo coast about tho 9th
cross the west of lluokics country by
oloso f 10th, tho groat oontral valleys
11th to 13th and eastern states about
Rainfall from this storm will bo
light but better distributed than from
tho preceding disturbanac.
Rainfall of May will be muoh hoav
ior io the southern states east of !)!)th
meridian than in tho northern states.
Tho warm wavo will cross tho west
of Rockies country about May lid and
Utli, tho great central valleys 5th and
11th and tho eastern states 7t!i and
13th. The cool wave will cross tho
west of Rockies country about May
(!th and 12th. groat central valleys 8th
and 14th and tho eastern states 10th
It is dcsirablo that forecasts should
bo made local as far as possible and I
am gradually bringing my general
forccust of temperature and rainfall
to smaller districts. For n time I will
uso in theso bulletins nino districts to
cover tho Uuitcd States but hope soon
to incrcaso tho number.
North Pacific slope temporaturo for
May will bo below, rainfall above nor
mal. South Pacifio slope temperature
above ami rainfall below.
Upper Missouri valley and Manito
ba temperature above and rainfall be
low. Nebraska, eastern Colorado, cistern
New Mexico, western Kinsas und
western Texas, teuiparature above and
Upper Mi.s-i-sippi valloy and Upper
lakes, temp iraturc above and raitil.ill
Iiower Missouri and lower Missis
sippi valleys, Icmpcratuto below and
Ohio valley and lower lakes, tem
poraturo abovo and rainfall below.
Tennessee, North Carolina and the
country aouth of them, temporaturo
below mid rainfall abovo,
Atlantic coast, Virginia north and
all that country cast of tho Alleghan
ies, temperature about normal and
Following are about tho nvcrago
temperatures in degrees and rainfall
in inches of tho above nameu districts
I'laces. Ti nip, It.ilu
North Pacific Slopo .'id 3 00
South Pacific Slopo (ili l.fiO
Upper Mo. Valloy and Man .rM 3.0(1
Nub., K. Col , N. K. Mex. etc G 1 2.00
Up. Mis. Val. and N lakes f(J 3 00
Lower Mo. and lower M. V. (53 -100
Ohio valloy and lower lakes 59 1 00
Tennessee N. U. and south 73 4 00
Atlantic coast Vir.and north 5S 4.00
Brilliant auroras in May will pro
bably bo observed near tho 4 th, 10th
and 3 1st and tho severest storms
about the same dates. Heaviest rains
will occur from ITnh to 25th, princi
pally in the southeastern states.
Fronts in northern states about Oth
to 8th ntid 17th to 10th.
Orthodox scientists continue to
writo about t fjiiinncti.il storms declar
ing i.gaiiiht such occurrences and the
lutcbt epistlo claims that from long
observations at Oalvcstion, Texas no
ovidenco was found supporting tho
equinoctial stoim theory.
It would never do, in tho eyes of
the select, for a common mortal, a Uy
man, to discovor anything. Discov
eries and inventions to bo ot any valuo
must como from tho Lovitcs of soienoo.
For mon without universal educa
tions to discover any law of naturo or
to invent machinery that will fit the
conveniences of tho five senses of man
Trhetj liatiy s atclr, we gave her Castorfa,
When sua was a Child, aho cried for CaatorU,
When the bocama Ml, aha dung to Owtorla,
Wfcea A bad Ckfldrea, ant gave tarn CaatorU.
aro Impossible things with the ortho
According to their iron bedstead
such men as 1'ldison, Goody cir, Gal
liloo, Hone, Morse, Hell, Columbus,
Fulton, etc., hayo no business on
earth for they are not entitled to a
long stoing of professional appella
tions. Tho records show tint university
graduates have not matlo more valua
ble discoveries and inventions than
havo been made by tboso who have
special and not universal educations.
Education dcvelopcs but does not
Tho belief in equinoctial storms is
common among common people, more
prticularly in refcrenco to tho March
equinox. Tho common peoplo arc
closo obscrvors of matters that mater
ially affeot their every day affairs and
irom very long experience they have
been led to bolievo that March is the
wind month and (his blustery weather
in someway is connected with tho
Mr. R II. Scott of London, Eng
land, Dr. I. M. Clinc, of Oalveston,
weather bureau forccastor, and Prof.
Hazcn, of Washington havo published
articles to prove that theso common
people havo been misled by their ex
periences. Thoy wore all careful in selecting
September for their investigations,1
when, as is well known tho effects of
tho equinoxes aro not so great on the
continent but September is in the
vory center of tho greatest tropical
hurricanes of the scusnn They all
avoid theso hurricanes, however.
In some sections of tho country!
March is notably a tornado mouth
This is true of Alabami. Ark urn",
Georgia, Iowa, Kausai, Louisiana,
Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri,
North Carolina. South Ciroliuu, Tin
iiessss and Texas as shown by Lieut.
Finley's reports In several states
ScptcmLcr is the tornado month.
Planetary meteorologists do tint
claim that the equinoxes originate or I
increase the number of storms but
that the torce of these storms aro in
creased by tho cquinoxDS. Therefore
the number of storms will not bo m- j
croa-cd at any given locality but the '
equinox may cause an ordinary storm
to develop into a tornado. Tho critics
hpvu not investigated this point.
It is not el timed that more storm
occurr on March and Soptcmbcr 21m
at any one place, but that from about
tho 10th to the last of these mouths
the force of stotnis is increnscd.
Tho only fair test of theso theories
would bo to take tho total wind move
ment and barometric readings of the
principal stirnis that cross tho conti
nent in March und September within
six days of the equinoxes and alo
the tropical hurricanes for the suuc
period in September. As this hns not
been done tho common experience of
the common people is their best guide.
ry buftinuM mini shtiulil have t in
lifs olllce; it is nu iuvnlualile companion
"The Uaml-MeSnlly Hullwnv UuiiU.''
Tlic Ilousi'uiie, lliu I'arnicr aiul
I ho Toiler of all vocations.
Depression ol the nervous system
at the approach ot spring is a fertile
source of blood impurities. That
tired feeling which is the natural ro
suit of the depressing eilect of warm
weather immediately alter the invig
orating cold of winter, quickly disap
pears when I'oruna is taken. Thous
ands aro daily testifying to its price
less benefit. General lahtitudc, dull,
heavy sensations, continual tired feel
ing with irregular apputito and some
times loss ol sleep. Pcruna meets
every indication and proves itself to
bo perfectly adapted to all thoir varied
peculiarities. Pciuna invigorates tho
system, rejuyenntes tho feelings, re
stores the normal appetite and pro
cures regular sleep.
This tired-out fcfling is especially
truo of tho housowifo in spring time
used up, lagged out, jadsd and weak.
There aro thousands of them cvory
whore. A few bottles of Pcruna
would do them untold benefit. As a
tonic anl ncrvo invigorater it has no
equal. It builds up tho norves, it
gives strongth to tho oiroulation and
at onco rostorcs tho appotito and di
gestion, No fctblo woman should bo
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