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Women are Like
and bloom. Sickly, they wither nnd
die. Every woman ought to look well
and feol well. It's her rlcht and duty,
but she might as well try to put out a
tiro with oil a3 to bo healthy and at
tractive with disease corroding the
organs that mako her a woman. Upon
their health depends her health. If
thero Is Inflammation or weakening
drains or suffering at tho monthly
period, attend to It at once. Don t
delay. You're ono step nearer the
grave every day you put It off.
Women can stand a great deal, but
they cannot live forever with disease
dragging at tho most delicate and
vital organs In their body. You may
have been deceived In so-called cures.
We don't aeo how you could lielp It
there la no much worthies stun on
the mnrket. Uut you won't be dl
appointed In BradAeld's Pemnle K em
ulator. We believe itli the onemedl
cine on earth for womanly llli. There
U much (inference between it mid
other so-culled remedies an there It
between right end wrong. Uradfleld't
Prmnln Itrtriilntnr Roothe tile Dain.
topi the drain, promote regularity,
strengthen, purlllea and cleanse. It
uaei u iai quicKiy anu cuauy miu
naturally. HI for women alone to de
cide whether they will be healthy or
sick, llradfleld'n Kegutator He at
hand. 91 pir bottle nt drugstore.
H.n J tut onr frt booUit
THE BRADntll) REGUMTOB CO., Atlanta, C. I
&Jv0mm .. W''W ". w'
"lliswo used roar valuable CANCA
HBTS and find them porfect. Couldn't do
without them. I havo used them for homo tlaio
for tndlgostlon and biliousness and am now com
.plctoly cured. Ilccomtncnd thorn, to every one.
Once trlod, you will novor bo without thorn In
the family.'' Edw. a. Maiix, Albany, N. Y.
nKS".1' I1,l,.l,ub.1S' rlcnt- 'Paste "nort. o
Oood, Novor Hlekoii. Weaken, or Orlpo, lOc.iJc, Wc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Sl.tlUg ll.,il; fup..,, HiU..., Ilc.lful, n.i, y.,. yt
NQT0B1C 8r'.rt and Biinrniilced br all rtruif
nw IU UHU Klsta to OtlltE Tobacco UaDlt.
Richer n Quality than most
Compare them with other Clair and
yon find good reasons for their costing
the dealer more than other brands
ORIGINATOR TIN FOIL SMOKER PACKAGE
Ono ucre of ground, good hoitsu
and 'barn and othir out-build-lri(H.
(J ood drnvo well nnd
good witter. Shade fruit and
For particulars inquire of
; J. NUSTBIN, i
Rod Cloub, Nobrnakn. l
Wff Tf,. S
Mas It at horn. So'
av.mh.r. in K&o. Dad
HlUHtS WHtllt Ml Hot tAllb. EJ
Boat Coutin fljrup. 'l'Rstostlood. OseRS
in time. Sold tiydriiKtl. tl
BATTLE OJb1 GERMS,
Destructive Agencies Combated by
Vast rield of Hrlrntlfla Inv-aatlajatUoa
Waleh Mar Yield Valuable He-
aalta to Animal nnd Veaje-
The deeper nclcnce dig" Into the
secrets of nature the more wonderful
the Imlnneliifr of forces appears, nnd
not the least of these tunnels of ad
just ntent Is the countcinetlni,' or
breaking down of agencies destructive
to life by the activity of other or
ganisms. In u vngui- wny this balancing of
,he forces of life and death was real
zed long njr, but now Investigation
inn ieealcd much that n formerly
n.iIOin ll has cwit "on i. .u- pothible
for man to protect himself mid his
property, to some extent, against
harm by using minute Ihlng organ
isms to check and undermine those
which are his foes, says thu Cleve
The most striking recent Instance
of thla kind Is afforded by the work
of the department of agriculture in
combating the Insects that prey upon
the fruit trees of California. Parasites
of organisms which are themselves
parasites of the trees are saving or
chards nnd groves by destroying the
foea of the fruit. A destructive scnle,
na the little creature la called, eats
the trees, and It, In turn, Is eaten by
n lndybug imported from Austrnlla.
So the balance Is restored, nnd benefi
cent forms of life, viewed from the
humnii standpoint, ttt least, have
their due advantage over the forces
The success of such ingenious levy
ing of microscopic warriors for some
of man's hardest fighting suggests
the possibility of destroying the
smallest germs of disease which are
living organisms by diseotering some
thing t 111 more Inllnlteslmal to prey
upon these pernicious forms of de
structive energy, as they do upon
man. It would be rnsh to sny thnt
this Is going too far for human
knowledge or resources.
Well-known and very significant
facts indicate thnt just sucTi ngencies
may yet be used to break the power
of deadly germ diseases. Nature
might well have some such way of
preserving n fit ami wholesome bnl
ance between life and death, in the
highest of all her organic forms.
It is well understood, for example,
that when it tlriileut disease Is Intro
duced where it nexer before existed
lis rninges are far worse than any
havoc which It causes In countries
where It has been n curse for genera
tions or centuries. .Smallpox simply
slaughtered the Indians of America
when it wns brought into this con
tinent from Kurope. Pulmonary
tuberculosis, or consumption of the
lungs, has practically depopulated
certain islands of the South seas
where the natives seemed not to
hate encountered the dlsense before
white men brought it into their
On the other hand, In countries like
Japan, where it race has been settled
for many hundreds of years, with lit
tle change in the essential habits or
conditions of life, the resisting pow
er of the body when assailed, as It
always Is, more or less, by disease
germs, appenrs to have been so devel
oped by the survltal of the fittest, or
otherwise, that many eases of con
sumption result in cures which wotdd
be deemed wonderful in other lands.
Is it not possible that this growing
ability to come in contact with dend
ly gcriria and still retain good health
may be due to the detelopment of
the right kind of organism or secre
tion of the body to attack, In turn,
and destroy the moot fatal foes of
There is a vast field of investiga
tion opening in this direction which
may yield results which now seem
less substantial than any of the fairy
tales of science. It may be thnt dis
coveries are to be made in the con
trol of naturnl forces affecting the
health and strength of the liuninn
body, its He and duration, which will
be as revolutionary nnd epoch-making
as any of those mnrvels of inven
tion which made the Inst century fa
mous forever in the history of our
REAL PANAMA HATS.
Mada lot Gaiador and Urlns from f 20
to f 110, According; to Their
The ao-called Panama hat, ao ex
tensively in vogue, is not the product
of Panama at all, or even of the stnte
of Colombia, but Is manufactured in
the neighboring republic of Kcuador
In enormous quantities and of every
variety of shape, texture and quality,
and sold under the general name of
Ouaynqull lints throughout Mexico,
Central America und South America,
at prices varying from 50 cents up
ward, says a New York News letter.
The hut, however, that is known to
the wealthiest classes of those coun
tries as the Panama hat Is quite a dif
ferent affair, a veritable "article de
luxe," selling at prices varying from
$20 to $150, according to their fine
ness. They nre worn indifferently by
either sex, without ribbon or other
adornment, as they come from the In
dian mnkers' hands, without profana
tion of starch, nnd are the more high
ly prized from the fact that their
closely woven texture nof only ren
ders them impervious to tho sun's
rays, but likewise waterproof, which
last quality is highly esteemed whero
it is deemed expedient to keep the
head dry during the coustaut equa
women who answer ads.
Thar Ara Some Who Do It aa a I'as-
tlma, AcenrillnH to Thla Man's
Tvcnctually got ao that I dread to
advertise for female employes," said
the manager of an art store, to a
New York Hun man. "If it wns pos
sible to get through the work myself
I'd rather do It than to Interview a
mob of feminine callers.
"To select a good assistant didn't
use to be such a big job as It is now.
For one thing, there were not form
erly so many triflers. You would be
surprised to know how ninny women
answer advertisements for help who
do not want employment and neither
could nor would take It if It was of
to them at n good salary, They are
what 1 call professional advertise
"I lind occasion to advertise only
last week for a clerk, and as a pro
tection against these nuisances, I
stated that no professional callers
need npply. Yet they came, at least
n dozen of them. Fortunately, lc
got so I can spot them on short no
tice, nnd don't fool away much time
"When the unqualified callera first
began to besiege me in such numbers
1 was under the impression that the
regular rounders were the repre
sentatives of agencies who wished to
get us on their list nnd furnish their
own applicant on commission, but I
wns mistaken in this, for while a few
of the professionals are connected,
most of them pursue the fad on their
own nccord. It is without doubt the
orniest hobby womankind haB ever
ridden, nnd my only hope is that they
will soon run down.
"A goodly percentage of these
Idlers are soeinl reformers who are
bent on writing books and tracts nnd
things. Somewhere they have im
bibed the idea that men who employ
help are regular tumpires, ever on
the lookout for new victims, and their
object in !slting us is to Investigate
our methods of securing clerks 'and
afterward acquaint tin: public with
our evil procedures.
"Hut I can stand even these trouble
some spies with even more equanim
ity than the woman who, finding time
hang heavily on their hands, tramp
around from ofllce to olllce for the
fun of the thing."
$100 Reward, $100.
Thn readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that thero is at least
ono d muled disease thai science has
been able to etito in all its .stage--, and
thai is catarrh. Hall's Catarth Cure
is tho only positive cuio known to the
medical fiMcrnity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, n quires a con.
slitutioiial treatment. Hall's (Jaiarih
Ctuo is taken itnet nitlly noting directly
on tho blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system, thereby destroying tho
foundation of tho disease, und giving
the patient stiength by building up the
constitution and assisting naturo in do
ing its work. Tho proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers
that they offer Ono Hundred Hollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Write
for list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CltKNKV & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 73u.
Hall's Family Pills ariilhc best.
See Yellowstone Park in Align t.
August is thu best mouth in tho year
to make the. Hip through Yellowalouii
Park nnd the Inst half of thu month
is better than tho first. Thu climate is
perfect. Tho middle west may bo
sweltering with heat, but Yellowstone
Park is us cool as cool cau bn. It could
hardly bo otherwise, for it is 8,000 feet
abovo tho level of tho sea, nnd com
pletely surrounded by snowcapped
peaks. Write to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Burlington Route,
Omaha, Nub., for folder giving full in
formation about the park. It contains
a largo map of the park, as well as a
description of the principal points of
interest. Excursion rates daily ask
thu ticket Agent about them.
Nebraska Epworth Assembly, at Lincoln
Park, August 7 to 15.
Thousands of Nebraska Methodists
look forward with keenest plcasuro to
tho annual sessions of tko Epworth As
somb'.y. The location is ideal, und tho pro
gram can always bo depended upon to
aniuso, instruct and elevato.
This year's assembly will maintain
the high standard of provtous years.
Thu program includes such lecturers
and entertainers as Eli Perkins, Ool.
Haiti, Mrs. Chant, Robt. Motntyre,
Fred Emorson Urooks, S. R. Stoddard
and Sam Jonos.
Half rates to Lincoln via the Hurling
tou Route, August C, 7, 8, 10, 14 and 15,
good to return uutil August 1G.
Loss than half rates. Colorado anil
Utah August 1 to 10. Never again,
porlmps will you havo such an oppor
tunity of visiting Colorado and Utah as
is offered by tho Burlington Route,
August 1 to 10. On those dates tho
round-trip tickets to Denver, Colorado
Springs, Olunwood, and Salt Laso City
will bu on nalo at less than thu regular
one-way rate. Return limit Ootobor
81. Mako up your mind to go, If you
do not I; uow which of tho dozens of
cool resorts in tho mountains will suit
you best, write for the Burlington's
Colorado literature sent on receipt of
bisem in stamps, It will help you
dcoii.c, J, 1 uancis, General Passen
ger Agent, Omaha, Neb,
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk
ards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of
No Noxious Doses. No Weakening ol the
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure
for the Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and under
stood thnt Urunkennoss is a disease
and not weakness. A body filled with
poison, and nerves completely shattered
by potiodioal or constnut tiso of intoxi
cating liquors, rt quires nn antidote
cnpublo of netittnlizing mid eradicating
tills poison, and destroying tho crav
ing for intoxicants. Siillerers nmy
now euro themselves tit homo without
publicity or loss ol tiimi fioni business
by this wondei fill "Homo Gold Curo,"
which lias been peifccted after many
years of closo study and tieittnient of
inebiiatos. Tho faithful usu according
to dhcctlons of tlili wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to cure thu
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure your husbands!! Child
ren cure jour fathers!! This remedy
is in no sense a nostrum but is a spec
ific for this disease only, and is so skill
fully devised and prepared that it is
thoroughly solublo and pleasant to the
taste, so that it can bo given in a cup of
tea or coffeo without the knowledge of
the person taking it. Thousands of
Drunkards have cured themselves with
this piiceless remedy, and as many
more have been cured and mado tem
perate men by having tho "Curo" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knowledge in coffee
or tea, and hulievo today that they dis
continued drinking of t licit- own frcu
will. .') not wait. Do not bu deluded
by apparent nnd misleading "improve
ment." Drive out thu diseaso at once
ttud tor nil time. "Thu Home Gold
Cure" is sold at thu extremely low
price of Ouu Dollar, thus placing with
in rendi of everybody n treatment more
effective than uthets costing $25 to $50.
Full directions accompany each pack
age. Special advice by (.killed phjsl
clans when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
thu world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. A 102, Edwin B. Giles &
Company, iM.'JOnnd 2'W3 Market Street,
All oorioponilonco strictly confiden
tial. Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to ho shaken into the
slioes. Your feet fi-elswooleu, uervou
and hot, und gel tin d easily. If jou
havo smarting feet or tight slioes, trj
Allen's Foot K-iso. It. cools the feet and
makes walkintr "iiuy. Ones swoolen,
sweating feet, ingmwiug nails, blisters
andealliiinsp.it". Relieves corns .and
bunions of all pain and gives rest and
comfoit. Try it today. Sold by all
druggi-us and shoe stores for 25c. I'rial
package free. Addiess, Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. Y.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist
The DUcorerer of Swamp-Root at Work ia
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
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood -the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghj's
Disease, the worst form of kidney troubled
Dr. Kilmer s wamp-KOOt the new dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
Articles of Incorporation of The Cowden
Kaley Clothing Company.
Know all men by theio present: That wa, A.
U. Kaley, II. A. Letson, and F. W. Cawdan. da
hereby uisoclato ountolves touetiior for the pur
pose of organizing a corporation, une'arttiilawi
of the state of Nebraska, I6r the purpose of
buyiuK and felling at fctifl of clothing-, bat.
caps, DOOIl, tuoea, au'l uriinuniK .um, ana
all such goods, wares
usually kept and ban
nu uiuiuamuuiro an m
ed by retail dealers In
Tbensmoof kuch corporation shall ba To
CowdenKaley Clothing 0 . and th principal
place of transacting Its bimlneis (hall be at Ked
Cloud, Webster Co., Nebraska. ...
Thoamountef It capital stork hull be six
thousand dollars (HJ000.00). divided Into share
f one hundred dollars ilino.(O) each, all at
which shall bo paid In Immediately upon the or
ganization of the corporation.
The corporation bliall commence on the
twenty-second ('J2nd) day of July, ntnetetu
hundred aud one (1001), and nhallterralnateJuly
The highest smoimt of ladebtcdneasar liabil
ity to which said corporation thall at any tlmo
sublert Itself Is the sum of our thouund del
llsatrnlrsshillbo conducted by a board af
three directors lo bo elected anulially by tho
stockholder, and It oQlcer shall can.lit of a
l'rvstdem, Vlco-I're.ldent. Bscretar and Tr.1
urcr. to he elected by tho board of directors.
A. U, KALKr.
II, A. I.ETHN.
Wltueu: 0. W. Kai.st,
THE RIGHT THING TO PUT ON.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master.)
From tho nnturnl impulse to "put some
thing on" a painful spot all applications
for tho reliof of pnln havo arisen.
Tho most successful have ovorbecn pool,
tioes or plasters, and tho best of theso it
Benson's Porous Plaster.
No other has anything liko tho same
power as a curntivo ngentf It is highly nnd
scientifically medlcntod, and its standard
is advanced year by yonr.
Ubo Uouson's Plnstor for coughs, colds,
chest diseases, rhoumntisrn, grip, neurnlgia,
kidney trouble, lnnio back, and other ail.
monts that mnko Winter n season of suffer
ing nnd dangor. It relieves nnd cures
quicker than any other remedy.
Do not nccept Capsicum, Strengthening'
or Belladonna plasters in placo of Benson's,
as tlioy possoss nono or its curative power.
Insist on having tho gonulno.
Tho pooplo of every civilized land havo
testified foryonrs to tho superlative merit
of Bemou'sl'lastets; and 6,000 physlclaus
nnd druggists of this country havo declared
thorn worthy of public confidence.
In official comparisons with others, Ben
Ron's Plasters havo boon honored with
Af0-Jlve highest awards.
For sale by all druggists, or wo will pro-
Bay postage on any number ordcrod in tho
'nitod States on tho receipt of 25c. each.
Accopt no imitation or substitute
Soabury & Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.Y.
O. V. ARGAIJIIIGIIT,
ART1ST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Run Cloud. Nkbkaska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits and Por
traits mado to order. ,
STUDIO IN DAMERELL BLOCK.
I. B. COLVIN.
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox 23. Oulde Koct, Neb.
Vll kinds of proporty bought, sold ond
tho rnxiucntcanwof Apiwiiillcltlii And ninnr other m
louallls nhould nTcr Im nwloctul. Tho objwtl on to tho
umal cathartic remodlea la their contlve rvactlon which
lnnvAana Arndt Ivwi tt tin t nalnail rP jail tr I- tt.ifll'ffl
IHNtlKIt TONIO la Uio iiroprr remedy. It nctaon tfcf
j.iTer. ana wnen anoa aa uirvcicci, iKrmanenuy reiiiOY&s
tho conitluaUun. M eta. SWO at all Drum! tots.
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK
And want toget started earning money
at once, send us '.'. els for our boo); of
"40 New Money-Making Ideas."
It is worth its weight, in gold to anyone
who is unemployed. Send totiav.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Minn.
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Tlea.G. Ontllt AllSOI.UTKLY FBEE.
STARK BRO'S, Louisiana, Mo.
m. -.J.I ia. ,iCURES all Kldnej
' ZZTm Diseases, Uack-
ache. etc. At dru
cists, or bv mat!
It. Free booV, a
Ttoe, etc., of Dr, B. J. Kay, Saratoca, N. Y.
B & M. R.Y
RED CLOUD NEBlt:
S'l. LOUIS awl
all points east and
and all point
TRAINS LXAVB AS FOLLOWS!
No. 13. 1'aanenger dally for Oberlln
ml Ht. Prauci branche. Oz
ford, McCook, Denver aud all
iiolnt west -.. 7:
No. H. Tassengar dally for St. Joe,
' Ksnsa City. Atchleon. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymare
aud all points eabt and south 2-32 a, la
No. IB. Passenger, dally. Deuver, all
point lu Colorado, Utah and
California .. 8:0.m.
No. 18. Pasfcenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast aud
south .. 10:00 a.m
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Uastlngs, Grand I
laud, lllack Hills and all
points tn the northwest 1:00 p.ra
No. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via He
No. G4. Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe aud Intermediate
Junction points- 19;43p.m
No. S3. Freight, dslly for Republican
Orleans, Oxford and al) points
west 10 :40a. in
No. 6e. FrclKht, daily except Sunday
for Wymore and all point cast fl .00 a.m
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford aud
tiilormcdlato points............... 1 :30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair ear.
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to auy point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tlcketi
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, Qeueral I'assonget
Agent Omaba. Nebraska.
The Ghief, 1$ fl Year.
ft -i. 1
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The 5 Minute Breakfast food. '
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
PURIAN MILLS, St. Louis, Mo
Dowt Be Pooled.
Tukr the f.eix original
nOCHV MOUNTAIN TEA
Aludc only by Miullson Medi
cine Co., Aiuitison, Wis. It
keep tit ncll. Our trade
mark cut on melt package.
I'rlte, ; cents. Never sold
in bulk. Accept no subitl
incoip) tnte. Ask jour itruggljt.
Dr. &Cay's Lung Balm
cures every Ulnil of rough. Innrlppo, bmnehltN,
sore tlirout, croup, wlmopfnir couitli, etc. Never
UerunKca the stomach. AtDruKglato, 10A.U5C.
FREE rVIEDICAL ADVICE. 'Vrltcus
r all your symptoms, ltenovatlngtho
system Is the only safe und sure method of cun
lng all Chronlo Diseases. Dr. Kay 'a Itenovator
Is tho only perfect system renovator. Free sam
ples and book. Or. 1J. J. Kay, Saratoga, N. Y,
Wanted everywhere Stories, news,
ideas, poeius, illustrated articles, ad
vpneo news, drawings, photograph?,
unlqno articles, etc , etc., purchased.
Articles revised and prepared for pub
lication. Hooks published. Send for
uarticulars and full information heforo
The Bullelio Press Association, Xew York.
i'SVA. Clani and Uiutlflc. the hair.
F. Promote a luiiilUnt cmwth.
I.over ralln to Hcttoro Orav
Ma' 0 lis Youth rul Color.
Cure, .-tip ilxaiMf. hair lailtei.
to euro dvsnensln. const!
nation, liver nnd kidneys. Heat tonic, laxative,
renovates nnd Invigorates tho wholo system nnd
cures very worst cases. Got trial box at once.
If not sutlsllcd with It notify us, wo will refund
money by return matl. Wrfto your symptoms
for Krea Medical Advice, sample nnd proo'. 25 &
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