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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1890.
SECY CHICAGO EXCHANGE.,
Col. R. M. Littler Recommends That Best of
Remedies, Paine s Celery Compound.
lidticittloii nil tlm I'.mti.
Tho farmer's profession ran bo pie.
vatcd above Its present standard only
an tho children Improve upon tho meth
ods of their parents. President Ulind
bouriio of tho Massachusetts Agricul
tural collrgo onco said that the way for
young men to rise In the world was to
Htand upon tho shouldeis of their fath
ers. Wo miss half the wear nnd tear In
mo when we ncqulro tho faculty of
profiting hy tho experience of other
men. It provc nothing that some fine
ly educated man has failed In fanning,
UlUl SO III (J linr1lll-;ltn,l rnnn l.nv.. nnn.
corded. Kdiicntion will help u mini, but
t will never malce ono. When It can
bo proved that a majority of educated
men upon the farm are failures and a
majority of the uiidur-:Mrd huwphsiuI,
wo shall all begin to intuition tho pro
priety and valuo of education for tho
farmer's profession. Hut until that Is
proven wo snail bellevo that the farm
ern business stands upon tho same
basis that supports all other kinds of
business, that tho general education
which Is useful to the doctor, the law
yer, tho man upon tho board of trade
Is Just as valuablo to tho man who tills
tho soil, and that profcsalonnl training
in schools of agriculture will havo tho
worth upon tho farm that tho knowl
edge nnd dlRcltlllnn nt Mm l...t. l,,.l
has In practice before tho courts.
Ono thine morn. Tim nii-Kumoinni.
of a farmer's life are su h that ho la
orougnt into closer, because more con
fitant contact with his family than men
uiiKHBcu in other pursuits. Ills part
nership with the companion of his llfo
is, In a business sense, certainly a very
closo one. Sldo by sldo they often per
form tho same kinds of labor, nnd tho
silent partner not unfreiiuontly bears
tho heaviest burdens. Many of us In
the rush and amid tho distracting cares
of our business, forget that woman's
strength Is not man's strength, that a
ceaseless monotonv of tnii tnimn inm.ii.
tor from tho lips, roses from tho cheeks
aim ne.utn from tho body. No senslblo
man wouiii desire that f -mors' wives
should be transformed lntousclcssorna
ments; but It should be tho aim of farm
cib who would do honor to their profes
sion to make their mothers nnd wives
and daughters something moro than
mere household drtideos. to clvo them
an opportunity, as far as means will per
mit, 10 saiisry tiiosc fanclce and tastoa,
to cultlvato those cracca and thou mi.
ents that arc the beauty nnd tho charm
oi iruo womanhood. H. C. Adams.
for Infante and Children.
IHIRTY your' ohnorvntlon of Cnstorln with tho pntronngo of
million of pornon. permit n to wpnixlc nP it wtthont gnolng.
It it miqnontioimblv tho host rniucilv for Infant nud Chililrnn
tho world hrm nvcr known. Itin liiirmlmw. Childroa lilto It. It
Kivoii thorn lionltli. It will wnvo their Hvo.i. In it Motliom hivro
omothlng which la nbwolutolr unfo nnd prnotlonlly porfcot an m,
Cnatorla doitroy Worm.
Cnatorla allay FororihnBB.
Cnatorla provont vomiting Sonr Card.
Castoria enrca Dinrrhmii nnd Wind Colla.
Cnatorla rollcvoa Teething Trouble.
Caatorla onroa Constipation nnd Flatnlencr.
Cftitoria ncntraHana tho effocta of onrbonlo acid bi or polionona air.
Caatorla doo not contain morphlno, opinm. or other nnrootio property.
Caatorla naalmllntoa tho food, rcgnlatos tho stomach and bowola,
giving healthy nnd natnral aloop.
Caatorla le pnt np in one-niro Dottlot only. It In not noid In bnlk.
Don't allow any ono to anil yon anything olao on tho plea or promlaa
that It ii "jnat m good" and "will answer overy parpoio."
See that yon yet C-A-8-T-0-R-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For 10 years rotary of iht Na
tional butter and cgR nssooiatian, and
inee 1882 acarctary of tho Chicago
produos xohanRo, Col. Kobort M.
Littlsr lias been in constant domand
ai a beroau of information by oorro
epondants who roeognizo Chicago aa
th ooinmoroial centar of tho country.
When such peaplo aa Col, Littler,
State TroBi., Celvin of Now York,
Modjcaku, tho actress, ox-Minister to
Aoitria Joha M. Francis, and hosts
f othor qually responsible parsons
Toluntecr testimonials as to tho won
ierful virtuo of l'oino'a oelory com
pound, no aiok or RuiTering poraon caa
with any bIiow af roason hoaitato to
make uso of the groat rcmody that
lias mad so many pooplo well. Col.
"I have used with groat benofit ser
ral bottles of l'aino's colory com
pound and I have recommendod it to
xny friends. It is a wonderful spring
Go to tho busiosi lawyor, editor or
tmiinosa man of your aoquaiatanco
who lias taken Paino's tolory eom
pound. There arc hesta of such pro
fessional mca ia overy city who would
hardly spare you a momenta timo for
strictly busineiB maltors. Ask ono of
them in his busiest hours whether ho
can rccommond l'aino's celery eom
pound, and ten ehancca to ono lio'U
say: "Sit down. No matter about my
being busy; always glad to praiso
I'aine'i celery cempound."
That is tho fooling among peoplo
who havo been mado strong and will
by Paine's colery compound. Thoy
never feel happier than whon they can
pcrsuado some man or woman who is
out of health to try Paino's oelcry
compound. Next to doing good to
ono's self thcro ia a delight in doing
good to others. There is no moro en
thusiastic body of intelligent men and
women throughout tho country than
tho great army oi those who have re
covered health by tho use of Paino's
Tho vast majority of diseases that
and disastrously might bo quickly
and permanently curod if sick poriona
could only be induood to tako Paino's
celery compound. If womon, burdon
od boyond their strength with house
hold caros, would only take Paino's
nolory compound, whon thoy fool that
dispirited, encrvatod condition com
ing on. they sheuld escapo tho martv-
dom of backache, hoadaoho, disorder
ed liver and heart trouble
Instead of being thin, aervous and
unhappy they would expericnoo tho
joy of perfect hoalth, sound digestion
and quiot norvca.
Paino's oelory compound is just tho
romedy nooded by womon who are in
continual illhoalth and spirits, scorn-
ingly wall one day and almost siok
bod tho next. Thoir troablo lies
plainly in tho want of good rich blood
and plonty of it, and in the conse
quent famished atato of thoir ncrvea.
Paino's eolory compound should bo ta
ken without doloy, It will reitoro tho
health and stop ovory tondenoy toward
a dobilitatcd oondition.
I BUY 4.1
v & mw
BDYthcm LIKE them
AND TELL MfirW
and are Mill iisinK the original machines
we furnished them n jiciieratlon aSS
Many of our machines W run more
than twenty years without repairs, "her
than needles. With proper rare tliev
never wear out, nnd seldom need repair.
We have built sew ne machines for
more than forty years niulliave constantly
improved them. Wo build our machines
en honor, and they nrc recognized every
where ns the most .accurately fated and
finely finished scuine machines in the
world. Our latest, the "No. q." is t
result of our lonp experience. InloS
petition with the feadimr machines of the
h machines recciv-inff only compff.
rnemary meda s of gokl, sitverand bronVe,
ihe Grand Prize was what all sought for.
and our machine was awarded it. '
WHEELER 6 WILSON MFG. CO.
j 0B4,1B7VAB8H AVC. CHICAQO
S. E. Cozad, Agt.
A.NODEL DERRY GARDEN, FOB
Thr 1'iiriurr'n llrrrjr (iHrclrn.
Tho modol jrnrdon Is 1(1 rods Ion"
and 1 rodH wldo, uno-quartor aero.
Our Rnrdon bolng t!G foot wldo und
111.) lOOt lOIlL'. Illlll U'Lllllh.tn ,U ..II
labor posslblo with n hoibo and cul
tivator, wo htalco oil tho ground in
rows l.'.O foot long nud 7 foot apart.
.Strawberry iwh to bo ono-lmlf this
iHstniK'o, or three nnd onohulf foot
"Part. Loavo n head land 71 fout,
wldo ut ouoli ond for turning, 'writes
mi Vmy01' of Spartn. Wisconsin.
Malco thollrst row :i foot from tho
outsldo and wot us follows: lbt row
--l.'t fruit trooi; composed of woll-
7lu" 'Hiiios or uppios, peiir.1,
l'lums and chorrlos, Hiieh as nro
hardy and known to do well in your
particular locality. This Especially
noeossary In tho Northwest; tM row
o() blaokbornos, 10 Anclont Briton,
10 Snydorj :td row fitf black rasp
borrloH. ao Xomolm, '.'0 Ohio. 10
"dor, 1 almor or I'rogross; .(th row
!" red raspberries. '.'5 Marlboro, 1.5
Cuthbort, 10 Shaffer's C'ollossal; fith
i?.i"rV' 1currnnts- -' Victoria, '-'5
Jed Dutch; bth row-whlto currants
and g.K.soborrlos, '.'5 White Grape,
lo Downing, 10 Houghton; 7th. 8th
& .iir?WB-S0 "rawborrles, aod
(PlBtllnto nlnl,l I ii. . .
, --.-... inuu tiariioia.
Croscont, Havorlnnd. Uubaoli, Eureka
i?l,(,Ht,,ml.nttt) elected from
v"7," '-nriy, Jeaalo. I'arkar Karlo,
row17 grapos, 0 Mooro's Karly, 8
J onion, a Mrighton, s Poncoru. 2
ostn?irnCn ,hr Vflplot,eB l boe
In L !? 1 10 r,tlnvc3t- nml d0 well
I. most localities In tho United
r1pm " m0,'. toml'orato ollmutes
? i? T ""? bo m,ia 'rom well
trlod kinds; alwuys boarlng la mind
that only nrst class plants should bo
If ovorv f armor would build ft
comforta'ilo and sultablo poultry
hoiiho and provldo a ''run" foncod olT
with suitable fonco thoro would bo a
vory groat Incroaso lu tho profit of
poultry as comparod with tho pre
vailing methods. Tho houso noed
not bo oxponslvo but should bo mado
comfortable for both wintor nud
Bummer, and nhould bo kopt clenn at
nil tiinos. Tho accumulations should
bo used oi tho iranlim n it nrn,tv
tho bost fortlllzlng matorlal. Tho
houso should bo largo enough to ao
commodato tho numbor of fowls
without crowding as it Is Important
to hoalth that plonty of room bo
supplied. Itoomy and oloan quarters
will bo found indlbpoiisiblo to hoalth,
and froodom from llco ono or tho
greatest poultry posts.
Tho run nood not bo very Inrgo, as
tho fowls nood to occupy It but n
portion of tho season, while tho
greater portion of tho timo thoy may
bo allowed to run froo of all re
straint. Uy a Httlo caro and foro
thought a vorv nroiltiihln invm
may bo mado by tho farmor In tho
caro of poultry, but a little neglect,
a little carolossnoss will result In
cutting olT tho prollts and vory ofton
ciiuso loss iu tho undertaking. Fowls
allowod to shift for thomsolvos tho
your round do not bring compensa
tion to tho farmor. In this ns in
ovorythlng olso thcro must bo a pur
pose, nn intention In Tmilrn tl, !..
ing of poultry pay, for without a
fixed dosign no good will be accom
plished. "Whoro thoro is a will thoro ia a
way.' Journal of Agriculture
'fVUIbfc ID Ii I"" - ' ''
"Me. I'll bIvo you n chanco ter lot me
worK rer ye. I'll tako a position as
clerk er cashier or anything; I don't
enro. I'm a prize, I am, an' I ulu't
hard ter plense."
"nut I don't need you. The places nro
all filled and you wouldn't suit any.
It does not roqulre tho compilation of
figures to show that there Is a chnn&o
gradually working Itself through the
ownership of farm lands. It is a fact
open to general observation that tho
farms of tho country nre gradually
dropping Into the hands of tenants, nnd
In our opinion It Is that much worso
for tho country. No ono will dLsnute
that the farmer has many advantages In
worKlng land owned by himself that
can never nccnio to him while the lmwl
is owned by another. One of tho lead-
lug causes to ho usslKiied for this stato
oi tilings is tne ract or a dcnlro to over
reach one'e self In tho possession or
lands. To mako uso of a significant
Western expression, It comes of biting
off moro than one can "chaw." Wo
havo long ndvocated as tho best policy
for farmers to pursuo In this matter
that of cutting down their posscsslona
In lands, rather than that of extending
them. When the farmer makes up his
mind to this order of things It will be
Borne tlmo beforo the sheriff closes him
out In tho courso of the next ten years
wo look for u Btroneor iirpfiKtirn thun
ever beforo brought to bear upon this
matter of reducing the slzo of tho farm.
A new stylo of fnrmlng Is gradually to
come into vogue that will necessitate
It. The extensions of Irr'.,. itlon systems
nnd tho growth and expansion of tho
subsolling idea nro destined to lead
In the direction of tuteiiHlvo farming in
tho West. Wo aro awaro that It used
to be fashionable to spread one's self
out over a largo area in his farming
oneratlonu with a view of redlining thn
cost of production of crops. This day
nas passed. Tilings navo cnangcu anu
If tho farmer of today expects to con
tinue to own hlo own land ho must glvo
moro attention to each individual aero
and see that It does lta share. Nebras
bo Its market value If" not smutted.
Tho disclosure of the scheme seems to
havo had one good effect, It has already
brought the prlco of smutted wheat, If
otherwise good, up to within C cents a
bushel of the satno finality If not
smutted, and thcro is an evident desire
on the nart of mlllors to buv tho form
er, at tho narrower margin, which is
not strange, all things considered.
Much of the smutted wheat Is otherwise
of very flno quality; it would seem that
smut, like death, "loves a shining
mark," and selects the choicest wheat
for its victims. If such wheat can bo
bought for even 5 cents below Its truo
markot r.Uue, arid can bo made pure at
a cost of half a cent a bushel, the com
petition for Its possession will natu
rally bo sharp, and tho margin of price
between smutted and unsmutted will
naturally grow smaller and smaller.
Pawn, ritock and Homo.
Whoever wquld havo power in prayer,
muni ire iiisiuui ill inij CE.
FOR YOUR PROJECTION.
Vosiii. Htiito that
this ii'iiiniN dot's not con
In 1 1 me nir rtiiyoth
ei n Juilnim i iik.
i nl iitarrh
N n lii'Ml iIIh'iic mid Is
U ii'i.i, ,if i-Midi and
mi ! n II. ii ticdittDKea.
.'s Cream Hu.m !
i clfniUM the nil iish mis, Alli
lull uniii.ttloti. imI. tlm Sums, Pro
Mi inliraiit fiiini nii. Itfstirdstha
iisti) an-' Niidi Tin ll.ilm Is quickly
itul kUi's ri'llff ii nine,
it Unity 1st i in " mini
IM'.li-. Ml r-. i Miin t, New York
I-' A r r j n a i o a mm
ClmiKci tj ln.tirij th h
Ncr rallo to llcftoro Ornl
r?.V.... . ! ouimui color.
I SIV.mnA .1 l.i n. rA..-l. V
jz 11.' "n1 '" ii .'m-n'i.
Bnsy peoplo havo no time, nnd eeiiKilile
peoplo have no Inclination to hub a hIhw
remedy. Ono Minntn Cough Core mile
PrOmtltlV flllll DlvnR hu.mnn.nl . c.l...
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder mty"H-Q"iu"im.
.superior to all others
-Cj.V . Oflelnul nin Onir ;niilnf. a
rlil"1"'1 lor Ci. irr t.u,iu 'i.i-J
inm.wirnillu IC'-I au I I, .M li.Mallla
IIsiim .!! wlin Mini ill l.n Tllko
" "'" 'IMri'riun. . If ,rr,. V
rio.ua.iJ Imliiun. nn i... . i
v - "; us. wr . ..iiira. mmirr iir rfluril
Prlco of Smutted Wlf It was not
pleasant to the millers to havo tho
public know that they were making
oholco milling wheat of tlmt branded
"rojected" by tho Inspection depart
ment, becauso It wts even slightly
smutted, and at a cost of not over hnlf
a cent a bushel, though thoy were buy-
iivc it at G to ll cents below what would
wiibat KIDNEV LIVER jss BbTO
Pain in tho Back
Joints or hips, Fodlment In urlno llko bricMuat
frequent calls or retention, rheumatism.
Diabetes, dropsy, scanty or high colored urlno.
Btlnglnir sensations when voMlnir, distress pros
euro in tho parts, urethral inltiition, stricture,
Dloat or dark circles under tho eyes, tomrus
coated, constipation, yellowish eyeballs.
AtUrucslxtt, uOi'ontaund $1.00 Izu.
-InrallJ.' QuKlo ,Q llmlth" trw-Coiuulutlon frco.
Du. KiLMtu A Co., Ui.onAjTo.v, N. Y.
Keoplng shoop ovor-fat at any tlmo
Is injurious, and should always bo
avoided, and ospoclally tho breeding
Lot tho brood bo what it may,
nndor present conditions profit ro
quires that tho larcoqt. noaoita,.
amount of mutton bo gotton out of
Professor Honrv shown hv nn.i.
mont that It costs 2.61 to produce
100 pounds of gain with lambs, and
?:).0U to produco tho samo gain with
pigs of about tho samo ago.
Tho numbor of shoop nnnually
killed by dogs is somothlng nppal
ling. It is said to oxcood 70.1,000
with a vnluo exceeding ?:i,000,000.
And how much nro the dogs worth?
(livon a good Hock to start with,
good manngomont with n view to
mutton iiroduction.niiil muim. !.-..,..
conditions, thoro Is no class of stock
that will prove so uniformly profitable.
TllO SllCO!) is Olin nf Mm o,..n
farmor's best sorvants. It not only
produces wool and mutton, but It
koops his Holds fortilo with mnnuro,
nnd no farmor should bo without at
least a small lloek.
Jk Sclentiflo American
m Aflcnoy forA
ifs --a "La
1 VCi aiaaar a iaaal
.....-. . Mrn "" "m1
.l.V;!".nnl,uoa UT" n0 nana dooic wrilo to
MU.NN CO. Ml UROiDWAY. Nw Yonit.
Olden liuronu for wcurlnR patcnu In America.
J.icrrtiitiittokcnoutbyuiij l.rouKht bofore
tho iiubllu tr a notlco given frco of clianje In Uta
treiet rlrnilatlnn or any wlontmo paper In th
oria. b . endldlT Illustrated. No lutclllKenl
man nliouM lio without It. Wonkly, t3.04la
yeari fl.Wiilx month Adilivsii. MIINN CO
Vunuaimia. 3U1 Uruodway, Now York City.
Clean piano koys with a soft rair
ilippod in alcohol.
Warm milk used ns a wash at
night makes hard, conrsn. nn ,.,.i.
skin soft. K"
Orsiniros nnd lomnnn win i,
woll If hunir in a wlrn not. in n i
und airy placo.
A drop of oil nnd n foathor Triii ,i
away with tho creaking in a door or
Uipo tomatoos will romovo ink and
othor stains from whito cloth: also
from tho hands.
A llttlo Hour dredged over a enka
before icincr it will Irnm t,n i.i...
from spreading and running off.
iako egg stains from silver by
rubbing with a wot rnv wiiioi, v.-'l
boon dipped in common tnblo salt
Hont an escr thorouchlv In ,o..i
and add one toaoun of nnlii wn.
It. Uso enough of this to thoroughly
molcton cofTeo whon making it.
Keep In if cold plnco, and wasto no
moro oggo by drying.
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