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Every woman loves lo think of the
time when a soft llttlo body, all her
own, will nestle In her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there Is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture In her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the Joy of motherhood. And yet It
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, well-known
and recommended by physicians, a
which makes childbirth as simple and
easy as nature Intended It. It Is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscles elasticity and vigor,
prevents sore breasts, morning sick
nets and the loss of the girlish figure.
An Intelligent mother in Butler, I'a.,
aaytt " Ware I to need Mother' Friend
again, I wouldobtalnBbottlealf 1 bad
to pay 99 per bottle (or It."
Get Mather' Frltae at the drug
tore. I per bet tie.
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surprln i-ii by Its littleness
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A HOLIDAY WORLD.
IIIANDA rnn Into
the 111 u ml o w,
laughing. T h 0
shelved lown Into
tlio vnlloy, wlicro
tlio wood lny
black and Rtill.
ISSfifr bowed as she
I "( pnsscd upon lior
way. A lark got
up and roso ringing to heaven, Sho
sped out of tlio moadow and into the
sunlight, and tlio sound of her young
laughter floated down the valley
echoes joined it then), and th llttlo
ravine gurgled with merriment,
Miranda stopped, with her chin iutlio
air, and listened. Was it all tlio ccti.T
of her own delight, or was It some
thing mora? Tlio peal of her mock
ery died into the ROinbro copse, and
out of it, fresh and clear, a vole
trilled merrily on Its upward way.
Miranda htood and waited.
lie camo up the bank of wild flow
ers, bis face bright with the love of
life and laughter, and at the sight of
her he paused. The two faced each
other for a while in silence, and then
smile ran round Miranda's lips, and
the young man's eyes sparkled with
"I took your laughter for a signal,"
aid he, making his beaming saluta
tions; "but I reckoned little upon so
harming an assignation."
"It wus but a signal of the spring,
sir," she says with a dainty bow.
"Nay," ho replied, "I make no such
distinctions between the seasons. I
laugh the wholo year through; it ii
the mannor of the wlso. You wll.
perceive my jocund humor, fair mis
tress. Doliovo me, it's not tlio whim
of an hour contrived by the guilos of
spring morning, but a very settled
disposition of the mind. I am broad
based upon gaiety."
"Ah! to be gayl" cried Miranda; "to
be gny Is to livo."
"Life is at our feet," said the morry
youth. I take an infinite picture in
its complexities. lielicve me, noth
ing should matter, save tlio twinkling
f an eye or the dimpling of a cheek."
"You are right," said Miranda,
smiling. "How can one have enough
"We are of ono mind," he answered
pleasantly. "Let us go into our corner
and be merry together.
"Why not?" said Miranda. "Why
"There are 10,000 pleasures in this
Illy world," ho went on, "und, for
myself, I have not yet exhausted th
tenth part of them. Count my years,
then, and make three score 11 ml teq
the dividend, and what remains? Puck
them into the hours over so neatly
and you will not exhaust the store.
And that is why I am a spendthrift of
pleasures. I eke not out my delights.
I would burn twenty In a straw hat
ontofHheor ouprlce and toss a dozen
to the ducks upon tlio hike for pity."
"Yes, yes," agreed Miranda.
"Time" he continued with fine
corn "Time has discovered us a con
piracy of ages to enthrone this mel
ancholy. Hut we are not traitors to
our rightful being, you and I, and wa
will clap a crown upon the head of
". ,,ir ';.
1 l .1 . t.K
v rvti, r- .--.' jp"hji it r
a wmoihiVi.vf 1
lugher, and lay the usurper by the
heels in his proper dungeon."
"He wero better there," replied Mi
"There Is never 11 eat" hn im.
sumed, "upon which wo may not
trample, not a trouble which we may
not forget. What a fool ho is who
would nurse his sorrow nnd not bury
it In the deepest grave!"
"What a fool," murmured Miranda
"Should ono loso .1 friend. .1 (lg for
friendship!" cpioth lu. ' Does one
oast a lover, 11 snap for a hundred
lovcrsl What hits been remains, nnd
what Is shall lie."
Miranda said nothing.
"Substract Jove from life," said tlio
young man, "and life remains, I
would have the world know that lovo
Is a pleasant cipher, nu amlablo and
entertaining mood, and that lifo is
left when lovo is lost There is no
love. It were more truly writ in the
plural and spelled with 11 small lottor.
Miranda turned upon him swiftly.
"Flo! fle!" she cried and the
light flashed In her eves. "I
"know nothing of this love, but I
dare swear there bo things that mat
ter. Tako these from llfu ami wnv.
will rest over? Is there not Burrow,
and Is there not pain? Is thorc not
remorse, and Is there not th thing
called sin? I know nothing of these
I nm too young to tin w 1 1. 1, a
tUero they stand, sir, importuning at
oor doors with outstivtelio.l anns.and
om una only to lift tlio latch to let
thnu In. You would deny the very
pnlso of human natmc when you
Ifnoro tliosj evils. Yo.t would for
tveur the very wuakneb ivhl.-h hive
composed for you your sentiments. '
In tho excitement of hr retort
Miranda's fauj Hushed and grew
bright Wide-oyed, the young uuvn
tared at her and forgot to laugh, and
Jfa Afa 1
I '4 hi) I 11
when she had done his head dropped
and ho sighed.
"Ah," she said, "you .ilgh. You
yourself have felt and sutTurnd, Yon
have helled yourself! You sigh.
There uro facts In lifo evou for sighs."
""i'ls truo," ho answered softly,
"yet I sighed for pleasure, "
"What pleasure?" slio asked curi
ously. "Or it may bo hopo," ho added.
lie look od nt her, and his gnzo was
mild and wistful. She regarded him
In perploxlty, and thou a wild flush
took hor in tho cheek and throat.
"Pooh! pooh I" sho cried, and turned
off, plucking at tho hawthorna bush.
Tho whlto may smolt rank, but
strange and soothing; tho petals
shivered nnd fell. Miranda's heart
boat on, wondorlng. Something
chipped at its doors again and again.
Would sho open? What was this i in
patient visitor that pleaded so for
entranco? Sho had so llttlo knowl
edge; she was but nowly arrived upon
tho world. Her emotions were still
stringers to her; sho was a Dilgrlm
till among hor now sensations.
Ought sho to opon? Nay, to stay so
and wonder was surely pleasantest
One day she would throw wide the
doors and look. But now it was
neet to feel that hand upon tho
knooker, that clutching at the latoh,
and He trembling within in feigned
Insecurity. She turned and faced
him. Straightway the clamor ceased,
and in her heart was silcnoc. She
looked him coldly in the face.
"You smile for love?" she askod.
"Yes, doar," Bald ho, "und for the
thought of you.
"Oh, you take me too lightly," she
broke out. "You do not guess what
a solemn thing this lovo may bo.
You flutter into a thousand follies on
tho scantost reflection. You will
dance, and you will play, and you
will jingle-jangle through your holi
day world without a thought for any
thing but pirouettes and jigs and
whirligigs of laughter. The most
sonorous of sacred sorrows may sound
in your ears and wake no echo but a
gape within your heart. And you
would put mo upon that dead plane
of ribald merriment with yourself?
I will laugh with you. Yesfl will go
beg of you for jests in my jocund
easonB. I am willing to shriek over
your whimsicalities at my own pleas
ure. In my sereno unthinking mo
menta I will be content to exchange
humors with you, and to vow lifo
were void and dull were not Buch as
you at ray beck. But when I've
opened ray chamber and fastened the
door upon myself, my soul and I shall
be alono together, and I will weep,
and pity, and repent, nnd ache out
my heart with sorrows in which you
can have no lot. I am young, but I
have nn inkling of what tho world
"The world," said he, "means hap
piness." "Tho world," sho retortod, "means
tears and bitter wringing of the
hands. Havo I not hoard of death,
and have I not seen pain? You think
me gay, yet how long shall I keep
tills gaiety in my heart? I go round
upon tho wheel. It turns and changes.
Whnt shall bofall to-morrow that I
shall not weep today? You would pluck
me with no greater consideration
than you would pluck a flower from
its stalk wherewith to deck your coat
Should It wither or falladust.another
will servo until tho coming of tho
wine. Look you, you will sigh and
weep for lovo, and your sighs will be
smiles, and your tears will be laugh
ter. Forthright your heart is singing
liko a lark. Yours! yours is the shal
lowest of paltry passions."
"I would do much for you," said he.
"Give mo your dimples," cried Mi
randa, "and so to tho churchyard with
a wry faco?"
"Even that," he answered, nodding.
"Pah! You will not contain your
face lugubriously for tlvo minutes by
the clock. Though you shull remem
ber to be sober for two sentences, at
the third you will be whistling, and
the fourth will find you holding your
no moved a stop toward her.
"And if I should die for you," he
Miranda gasped. Sho contemplated
his faco with uncertainty. Ills eyes
shone with tho dew of tears; his
hands trembled; it was tho corner of
his mouth that bat raved him. Mi
randa burst Into laughter.
"Youl" sho cried. "You! Why, you
would forget my cntlln as it passed,
and tho color of my faco ore my back
was upon you. "See hero," she said;
"I will give you to tlio hedge for mis
ery; but I swear you will tako to tho
lane as jauntily as an hour since.
Get you gone, my merry man, and
come ugain to dispute with mo in nn
idle humor. Fie! fle! to tnlnk on you
nnd death in tlio snmo company!"
Ho sighed and turned away,
"You have the smallest heart of any
maid I know." ho said, shaking his
"Tho better for ray laughter,"
Ho moved across tho meadow, his
head hanging, his eyes downcast, his
stick dragging among the daisies.
Miranda stared after him, her lips
parted in amusement. He climbed
the stile, and, stopping on the t(i
most step, tunica to her again.
"I hnvo at least ono solace," he
called across the meadow. "I shall
forget your ficklo face by night
Miranda's laughter touched tho
hUius and ceased. Her facu fell
thmightful; sho sighed and shrugged
Aoknt8 Wantkii: Wo wnnt nnnct
ivo agent in Rod Cloud and vicinity to
rcprei-ent tho largest Evergreen ,'Ur.
him Ics in tho U. S. A full line of Imply
fruits, shado and ornamental treu,
shrubs, etc. Four plans, pay weekly.
Address at once, Tho Elgin Nurseries.
MISUSE THEIR JEWELRY.
A Dealer Ilcelnrra Thnt Wnnem III.
Treat Their Itlnaraand
Women, a certain jeweler declares,
Ill-treat their rings to about the Bame
extent that they do their watches, nnd
are, hcrcfore, really fit to possess
Of course, It doesn't Injure a ring to
put It on a cold marble slab nt night,
nor to drop It occasionally to the brick
pavement, but it does ruin the settings
of the jewels, he says, to have n tight
glove pulled on over them. Yet there
is hardly n member of the sex, unless
she wears so many linger ornaments
that it's Impossible to get a gloc over
them, who does not subject them to
such severe treatment, and wonders
and mourns when she loses a stone slip
One young woman always ties her
rings up In the corner of her handker
chief when she puts on her gloves, and
then tucks her handkerchief up her
sleeve, nnd she considered this a verj
good way until she lost, the inouchulr
with Its contents of four the other day,
when she began to belierc she'd been
a little thoughtless with her treasures,
says the Kansas City Journal.
it is said by the porters of sleeping
ears and the tnntrons of the various
public places, however, that fewer
rings are left now on wushstands than
was the case a few years ago, and this
Is prohnblv hecnuse n large proportion
of womankind seem to hae made It a
rule to keep such ornaments In their
mouths while they bathe their hands.
A woman with a mouthful of jewels
Isn't a beautiful sight, but she's an il
lustration of 11 certain sort of enre, and
It Is a very refreshing one. when nn,.
considers the number who are forever
having to ndvertiso some valuable mis
laid through their own carelessness.
.Snake na a Hat Catcher,
On of the men employed nt the
zoological gardens In New York has
n black snake that has the run of his
house. It has the reputation of being
the best rat cntchcr in the entire
borough of the Bronx. It la also a
rood Valac- of Fleh.
Fish has very high food value; in
fact, is very nearly a nutritiouv a
chicken or turkey.
Tho smokers of Rod Cloud can lind
on sale by H. E. Grico and a fow of thp
Incol dealers one of tho choicest and
most phenomenal retailing cigars ever
manufactured in the west, the "Tuck"
cigar. It is hand made throughout mill
unrqualcd in workmanship by any &
cont cigar on tlio market. The "Tuck"
cigar has in its tiller the finest grade of
old utillnvored tobacco that can lit pur
chased and used in 11 ft cent cigar Its
draft Is perfection. The "Tuck" cigar
is packed in tin foil in packages of live
with tho object in view of keeping it
fresh, retaining the flavor nnd protect
ing it from briuikngn when enrried in
tlio pocket. The "Tuck" cigar is in
fact perfection in cvorj thing that is
n quired to inako a choice smoke
There i. no cigar made in the live cent
cigars that equals the Tuck cigar, in
line wiiikiiiansliip, qunlity, draft and
tiller. Try tho "Tuck "
There nro people who believe lint
advertising is a speculation, und tlieie
aio others who insist that it is nn in
vestment. Thny art) both right from
their different standpoints. The dis.
crepnncy is accounted for by thedif
frjient ways they advertise Sonic
merchants go into advertising as they
buy a ticket in a lottery with tho idea
thnt if they uro lucky thov may win 11
prize. Others put their money in ad
vertizing as thoy invest in real estate,
mining stocks or government securi
tieswith the linn faith that they can
make n good percentage on their invest
ment if they do it judiciously and with
proper preparation and forethought.
Tho latter class seldom fail. Wichita
(Kan ) Ertgle.
Foil Salk IUver bottom farm In
Lincoln county, Oklahoma. At least 11
fifth down. J. F. Hiianson, Mulock,
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Boot at Work U
There Is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so, decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
I the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then tho richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery Is the truo specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
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by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
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The renders of this paper will bo
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This question arises in the family
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, 8A.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Stato of Nebraska. I .
Webster County, f
In tho County Court of Webster Comity, Ne-
tlPAH If A
In tht matter of the ettateof Alexander O,
Now on this '!i ilay of November 1000. rame
It. t. Cochrane, executor of said estate and Hied
his filial account ns such executor, nnd n veri
fied petition praying for n final settlement unit
allowance of said account at filed, und for 1111
order of dlsirllmtlou,
It Is lh'fore ordered flint Iho 20th day of l)n
cemtier, 1MX). at ton n'clnck In the" forenoon, at
the oftlce of the county JmU-clu snld county mid
state.be. anil the same is hereby fixed nn tlio
time and pliico fo henrliiK said pclitlon slid
examlnlui: and allowing sld hccouuIs, nnd the
heirs of said deceased, nnd nil persons IniercM
ed In mid i-Mnte nre requoted to appear nt (he
tlaie and place n designated, nnd snow caiie.
If nny xlits. 'why mid account sheuld not bo
It Is further ordered flint sld executor quo
nollco t all persons linernled in said uueof
tliellmauiid place llxed for examining, it, low
lug nnd ettllng said account by causing n copy
nf this order te be puhllMiid In tho Ked Cloud
Cuikp, n weekly newspaper printed nnd In gen
eral circulation In said comity, fur four cmisec
titlve weeks prior lo tho day set fnrsald heiu iig,
Jakks Iiurrr, CoiiutyJudKO.
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE f FARM LOANS,
Lock llox S3. Onlde Itock, Neb.
VU kinds of property bought, sold n.id
G. V. ARGAimiOHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Ukd Clouii. Nf-uimska,
Ltintlsrnpt'.x, Flowers, Fruits nnd Pur
traits niniln to onlor.
STUDIO IN UA1IEKELL ULOCK.
Racket Store. S
R. E. MoBride, I
the rnxiuentCAOsoof Appendlcltliiincl mnnruthof- .
loin ills should nTPr be nwlectod. Tho objection to the
nsnal cathartlo remedlea 1 their cortlro roacUon which
lJTS JE?S&Pftt?P lnatwul of enrin tu 1'AHKKH'n
OINUKH TOMO Is the proper remedy. It acuon Uu
Urer, and when nsed a directed, permanent! remorta
the cu&eUpaUoa. N ct ft LN at 1 all Wmljti
0 can surnish 70U brick in
any qunntity at the lowest pos
8iblo rate. Hrick on snlo nt
either of tho lumber yards.
Get Ouk Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
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Cleanwi and totint the hair.
Merer Falls to lirttore Qrar
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Stale of Nclirutkn, I
Webster Comity, f
In the County Court of Weuntrr county
In Iho matter of tho estate of Gcorco W. Hals
ton. Icccafoil. " ""'
Notice Ifl 1 hereby clvcn to all pcrtoiiH liavlnc
claim; ami demands agalnm Ueoruo W. HulMoii
lato of Webster county. deccaed, that I lie ilmo
for tiUn clalma agalum Bald c,tato la ffi
moniha from the 2nd day of November, isoo
All Mich PeraoiK are requested to present their
Slf'iSiiT,t?,?e v,0K?hcrl,,0 ,he tWtyJudge
-...-. ..,,..,.., , uuiio lucrum, 01 or be
'?" i"? .",!, 1 tf ? !' na all
w.-..u. . .,.,. nm uc Buatu ueiore me salil
ludKO oil the 3rd day of May. 1001. aim
o'clock a.m.. and that said administrator Is at
owed ono year from the Mlh day of September
WW. In which to pay the debts nnd charges al'
lowed against snld estnte and settle the same
IAME4 Dllrrr I'mn .Ir I, ,.!,.! r,
Dated. Octocer 12, 1900.
B s M. R.Y
It ED ULQVD HE llll.
S'l. LOUIS and
U points cast and
SAL'l LAKE U'Y
nnd all point
TRAINS LBAVB AS rOLLOWBi
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and St. Francis branches, Ox
ford. McC'ook, Denver and all
points west (j.ja Bnv
No, 14. Passenger dally for 8t. Joe.
KanssB City, Atchison. St.
Louie. Lincoln via Wymore
and all points cast and south 8'I5du
No. 17. Passenger, dally. Denver, all P
polntaln Colorado. Utah and
18. Passenger, daily "for"8t.Jfoc,
Louis and al
mtiinna will, AlCUlSOn. Mt
points east and'
No. 144. Accommodatlonliiiyex'cejpt
ouii mj. unmuiKs. urana IB
land, lllack Hills and all
points In the northwost 1 :(jn r,
so 143. Arcommoilatlon, dally except
JiindHy, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Iniemiedlato stations, via He
61. Kelght. laiiV7wym'6V'o"aiid P,rai
Si. Joe and Intermediate
Junction points......... .laus n n-
6.1. r-relght. dally for Heptibllcan p
iiau,uiuiii hiiu nu points
for Wymore nnd nil point emi (l.4S m
IPI. I'relKbt dally to Oxford aii.!,la
, Intermediate points .. :3onm
HUenliiB dlniiB. and ..wllnlng chair cars
ests fret i on tlirouSh-4itiis. Tickets sold ami
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call 011 or adtlress A. Conoor, Agent Hed
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, Geueral r"seujfer
ABen: Omaha, Nebraska. ouBer
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