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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1901)
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Is hard enough as
it is. It is to her tlint
we owe our world,
Bhould be made as
easy as possible for
her at the time of
is just what
will do. Itwlll ninlec
babv's conilntr casv
and painless, and that without tak
ing dangerous drugs into the sys
tem. It is simply to be applied to
the muscles of the abdomen. It
Snttrates through the skin carry
r strength and elasticity with ft.
M strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
The mother of a plumb babe in
Panama, Mo., says: " I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
Get Mother's Friend at the
Drug Store, $1 per bottle.
The Brndfield Regulator Co.,
Write for our frco Illustrated book,
"Before Baby is Horn."
BEST FOR THE
If you lisron't a reeulur, hciillhy increment of th
bowe t-re-ry itny, you're. Ill or will lie Keep your
bowein open, anil be well. rurce.lii tlio hniiouf Tlo
lent phrulo or iilll polion. In ilntiRcroun. Tim smooth,
mt.t'ktleit, imuterrectwiiy of kt-f ilni( I lie tiowelf
clear and clean In to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
rieannnt, I'alatnlile, l'otent. Titatn Oooil, Pn flood.
Merer Hleken, Weaken, or (lrlie. 10, Vt. nn.l Ml i rente,
per lioi. Write for free sample, ami lioolili't on
health. Addrraa X
btirlimi iiiskdt tomsT, rmcu.o nut ions.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
You pay 10 cents
for Cigars not so good as
One acre of ground, good house
and 'barn and other out-build-ings.
(iood drove well nnil
good wnter. Shnde fruit and
For particulars inquire of
Red Cloub, Nebraska.
Mali It at kaaia. Beta
Mitnim la Me. Back-
OBABI.KS B. aiKEa C.
H Baat IJourt Brup. Taatea Good? TJae H
B In lima. Bold by druKRltta.
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wfc T 1Th' "N. iStParata1
I l Iff
Respects In Which They Show Re
semblance to Man.
Their Method of t.rnritlnar la Rnpe
rlor toTknt of Any Oilier of the
Biatr Creation Inter
A series of careful experiments
with monkeys hits recently been con
ducted by Prof. Kdward l. 'I'honidlke
to ascertain the power mid proi-ess
by which these animals nettilre
knowledge. He has reached the con
elusion, any a scieiitllle paper, that
there is no warrant for the popular
Idea that monkey mid other uiiliiiiils
learn from human example and by
the processes followed bt man. Hut.
the experimenter says, the fact that
monkeys do not possess the human
types of Ideas must not be taken an
evidence that they are no nearer rela
tives to us mentally than are the
other lower animals. On the con
trary, they occupy an Intermediate
position in every mala psychological
feature between mammals In general
and the human kpecles.
The essentials In an inventory of
an animal's mental capacities are its
sense powers, the kinds of move
ments It can make and their deHcacy,
complexity and number. Its Instincts
or the Mini of those tendencies to feel
and act which It has apart from ex
perience or learning anil it r method
ii f learning or of modlf.ving Its be
havior to unit the multitudinous cir
cumstances of life. In each of these
respects the monkeys show kinship
In thclV motor equipment monkeys
possess tlrst of nil the muscular co
ordinations necessary to sustain an
upright position and coiihcqiicntly
the use of the forellmhs. The mote
incuts of these forellmhs are mote In
number and Miitcd to more complex
anil uirlcd tacks 'limn arc tho.se of
lower animals. The atlraetlteness of
the monkey cage in a zoological gar
den is largely due to the similarity
of the n ulu'vii' ninvcim nts and our
own. The monkey not only has n
1 1 '"' c a man's, but he also upps
It I1 a man.
Our r the tendencies are so meta
morphosed by the education of a el
ili.id enxlroumcut that In adult age
they M'hlom appear in recognizable
form. Hut If we take human beings
at from six months to three years of
age or later we find plenty of traits
that appear ju the intnjhejs. In fact,
tin: human instinct which Is perhaps
of prime Importance in human men
tality, the Instinct, which perhaps Is
the veal caiife of many of our most
boasted povtcif., has its clear proto
type and hnmulogiie in the monkey.
I refer to the Instinctive enjoyment
of physical and mental activity In
general, to the tendencies to net and
feel ns much as possible, regardless
of any ulterior practical considera
tions, which we KomcttineH call tie
structivcni'MH or conUructivnucss and
Even the casual observer, if he bus
nny psychological Insight, will be
struck by the general, aimless, in
trinsically valuable (to the animal's
feellugfc) physical activities of a
monkey compared with the special
ized, definitely nroused, litilitnriiiii
activities of a dog or eat. Watch the
latter and he does but few things,
does them In response to obvious
sense presentations, does them with
practical consequences of food, sex
indulgence, preparation for adult
buttles, etc. If nothing that appeals
to his special organization comes up
he does nothing. Watch a monkey
nnd you cannot enumerate 'the thiugn
he does, cannot discover the stimuli
to which he reacts, cannot conceive
the rnlson d'etre of his pursuits.
Ktcrythlng appeals to him. He likes
to be active for the sake of activity.
The observer who has proper oppor
tunities nnd takes proper pains will
find this Intrinsic interest to hold
true of mental activity as well.
Finally, In their method of learn
ing, although monkeys do not reach
the human stage of a rich life of
Ideas, yet they carry the animal
method of learning, by the selection
of impulses and associations of them
with the different sense Impressions,
to a point beyond that reached by
any other of the lower animals. In
this, too, they resemble man, for he
differs from the lower auiuinls not
only In the possession of a new sort
of Intelligence, but also In the tre
mendous extensions of that sort
which ITo hns In common with them.
A tlsh learns slowly a few simple hnb
iU, Man learns quickly un Infinitude
of habits that may be highly com
plex. Dogs and cats learn more than
the fish, while monkeys learn more
than they. In the number of things
he learns, the complex habits he can
form, the variety of lines along
which lie can learn thani and lu their
permanence when once formed the
monkey Justifies his inclusion with
man in a separate mental fenue.
Am Katrrprlalac Ja.
A Yokohama correspondent sends
the following tradesman's card as
showing how the modern .lap assimi
lates American methods: "Jewelry
maker. A finest in town. Whisky-boy.
No. 17 Aioleho Itchoma. Show this
oard to Jinrlkshainah. Our shop U
best and obliging worker that has
everybody known and havlag articles
genuine Japanese Crystals and all
kinds of Curios. Gold or silver plate
in elactrnplate or plain mending.
Carving in laid, work own name or
monograms or any design according
to orders we can work how much dif
ficult Job with lowest prices Insure,
pleace try, once try. Don't forget
same Whlskyl"- Chicago Chronicle,
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
The coal output In Indian terri
tory Inst year was 1,1100,127, and the
year before 1,4(10,412,
The Krench olive growers have to
reckon more nnd more with the com
petition of the olive growers lu Tunis,
The way lu which American an
thropological museums arc growing
Is a source of envy In England, where
there is a lamentable indifference to
Compressed air is used in atone
carving. A mason can hitch his tools
into a compressed air power nozzle
nod drill Into granite like a dentist
cutting into a decayed tooth.
Kneh Cell In a mud wasp's nest con
tains a single egg, the remainder of
the space being tlll'd with spidi rs nnd
other insects, enptured by the mother
and Imprisoned thero as food for the
larva when It Is hatched.
Ihiormous quantities of nshes from
the southern cotton oil mills, where
the hulls are used as fuel arc
brought to Connecticut annually and
bought by tobecco growers for from
140 to MS a ton, fer use on tobacco
A large department atore in Brook
lyn has recently put in a cold storage
plant for the protection of furs
against moths. Usually the furs are
sent to one of the large cold storage
warehouses, but it is an innovation
for dry goods establishments to hnve
such a plant on their own premises.
The operation of the sandblast Is
well known. The blast of sand di
rected against n soft surface etches
the surface, so to speak, quickly and
to any desired degroe. A s'.mllar proc
ess has lately been applied to the en
riilug of mctiil plates by an air
blast which drives acid before it
through an atomizer.
A RICH REPUBLIC.
Thrra Ilaa llcen mi I'.iiiiriiinti Growth
of Anicrlenn Ciuilliil In (ha
Laat I'ii ii r Venra,
It is to be noted that the interest ac
count of Ihiropc against the (.'tilled
States is steadily diminishing, because
Americans lime been, using their sur
plus wealth during recent years to buy
littek their own sccuritle .. The
process lit which this come u'.aiin is,
,if course, indirect, and not perceived
by the average, nun. snys the l!ciew
of lletiews. It represents, none the
less, one of the strongest currents In
the fiiiinicial and buslines World for
four years past. The great railroad
corporations In particular are observ
ing the fact that, whereas their pay
ments of interest nn bunds ami of
ditlileiiils on shares of stock a few
years ago went In large proportion to
foreign holders, they now go lu the
main to people living lu the 1'i'ltcd
States. The absorption of our best
American railway nnd other standard
securities by American luestor has
been quite widely distributed, but
It has been particularly noticeable in
the case of great financial aud fidu
ciary Institiitlfiis like the principal in
surance coinp;rnies. Furthermore,
the very process and policy of railway
amalgamation has of itrclf created a
large and dctcrm'ned demand for rail
way securities in this country and on
the part of interests M-tklng to con
trol specified properties for the sake
of bringing about- their absirbtion.
or eUe their operation in haiMiinr.,
with other cotup'iu'e.-. Our tr r'e ' . '
tneps for the past four .tear have ag
gregated ahum $-'.! (in.otKi.Odd- a Mini
aboii: equal to the total .f the l:.i
auccs lu our fat or for the prcceiMiiV'
20 years. Nothing could better illus
trate the almont revolutionary nature
of the change in America's fluiucial
and couomic relations to Kurope.
TANK SHIPS STANCH AT SEA.
TfcaU Ha- Alr-Tla-at Steal Coaa-
aawtaaaata Are Alwara Kaatt
For transportation of petroleum
over sea ateel tank ships are made
for both crude and refined oil, says a
writer in the Cosmopolitan. Most of
the crude oil exported goes to France
nnd Spain, where it is treated in
local refineries, the duty imposed on
refined oil by those countries being
practically prohibitive. For the orien
tal trade the oil is shipped in cases
two five-gallon cans cratefl togeth
er constituting a "case" on sailing
vessels, as the voyage around the'
Horn takes from 110 to 170 days, far
too long a course for steam vessels.
Hut the trnns-Atlnntle trade Is chiefly
carried on in tank steamers, hiiire
steel shells iu which almost the en
tire space in the hull Is devoted to
carrying oil in bulk. There is a
small dry compartment in the bows
for ordinary freight and the crew's
living quarters are put ut the ex
treme 'stern, with the engines Imme
diately forward of them. The rest
of the hull is divided into from 12 to
20 air-tight compartments, each of
which has a capacity of about 140,000
gallons. The largest tank ships car
ry nearly 2,300,000 gallons and so
powerful are the pumps by which
they are controlled that such a cargo
can be taken on board or delivered
within six hours.
As these air-tight compartments are
kept hermetically sealed from port to
port instead of being closed only in
an emergency, as on an ocean liner
the oil tank ships are the stanchest
vessels afloat, and many a handsome
sum in salvage have they enrned for
their owners by towing into port a
vessel disabled In astorm.
Araar ail Navy l.iaaaftoa.
A French writer (! that of every
100,000 men of the army or naval pro
fession 100 become hupeleiti, lunatics,
Among-mechanics the number is only
60 per 100,000. Chicago Chronicle.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk
ardt 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 nnd under
stood that Drunkenness ia a disease
and not weakness. A body filled with
poison, and nerves completely shattered
by periodical or constant use of intoxi
cating liquers, requires an antidote
capable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poison, anil destroying the crar
ing for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now euro themselves at home without
publicity or loss of titno from business
by this wonderful "Home Gold Cure,"
which has been perfected nfter many
years of closo study nnd treatment of
inebriates. The faithful use according
to directions of thh wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkarde into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure your husbands!! Child
ren cure your 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 soluble and pleasnnt to the
taste, so that ll can be given in a cup of
tea or coffee without the knowiedgo of
tho person taking it. Thousands of
Drunkards hnve cured themselves with
this piicoless remedy, and ns many
moro havu been cured nnd mnde tem
perate tnnn by having tho "Ctuo" ad
ministered by loving frionds nnd rela
tives without their knowledge in coffee
or tea, and believe today that they ilia
continued drinking of their own free
will. ,')o not wait. Do not bu deluded
by apparent and misleading "improve
incut." Drive out the disease at once
and for all time. "The Homo (told
Cure" is sold nt the extremely low
price of One Dollnr, thus placing with
in reach of everybody it treatment more
ell'ective than otliets coating S2." to $M).
Full directions accompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when ri quested without extra
charge. .Sunt prepaid to any part of
the world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. A 102, F.dwin H. (.iles &
Company, 2330 nnd 21:12 Market Street,
All correspondence strictly confiden
tial. Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to' Ixi shaken into the
shoes. Your f cut feclswoolnn, ncrvou
and hot, and get tired easily. If you
hnve smarting feet or tight shoes, 11-3
Allen's Foot Ivise. It cools the fi-et and
makes walking "iis-y. Cures swoolei',
sweating feet, ingi owing nails, blisters
nnd callous spots. Relieves corns and
bunions of all pain and gi's rest ami
comfort. Try 11 today. Sold by all
druguists and shoe stores for'jrie. Trial
packnge free. Address, Allen S Olm
sted, he Koy, N ,
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
tharlt is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when It should be able to
control the passage, It is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upen It. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This untdeasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
h. .,il.ta In III.,- tTl''
"J ""HB""! -
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
tree, also pamphlet tell- noma of swaorp-noot.
Ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co,, Blnghamton, N. Y., do sure and
mention this paper.
Articles of Incorporation ol The Cowdcn
KaUy Clothing Company.
Know alt men bv theia ireenta: That wa. A
U.Kalor, II. A. Letaon. and K. W. Cowdtn. 4
hereby auoclata ounelvea logetliar for the pur
pose of rganltlDR a corporation, tinaer lbs laws
of Ibe state or Nabraaks', for tba purpaae of
buylncand telling; at ratatl of clothing-, bat,
cap, boots, aboea, and'furnlabtnt odi, and
all tnch good, varesfend maiehandlra aa are
uiually keptasdlbaddlad by retail dcalar In
The name of alien corpenllon ah all be The
Cewdan-KaleyClathingUe, ana tba prlaclaal
lace of tranaaetlng it busload aall be at Ktd
Cloud, Wabater Co.. Mabraaka.
Thaaraaunlaf Ita capital alack shall be atz
theuaand dollars (Mnoo 00). divided tale ihr
r one hundred dollara (1100.(0) ach. all af
which ah all be paid In ImmadlsUly upen the er
ganlzatlan of the cerperatloa.
Tbe corporation abalt comtnrace ea tbe
twanty-aecond (92nd) day of July, alnateea
huadred and oe (lM)l),andballleralaatJa)y
The hlgheat amount ef Indsbtednaaier liabil
ity to which aald earporatlan (hall at say tin a
aubjtct itself lithe attm of four thouiaad del
Ita affair ahtllbt conducted by a board ef
three directors to be elected aanually by tbe
toskholdet. and Ita oSlcsra aaall cenalst ef a
I'rcaldent, Vlce-PreaUent, Saeratary and Trias
urar, to be elected by th board of dlracters.
A, U. Kai.it.
H. A. I.KTsax.
Witness ;-c. W.Kawt.
aajBHazrUHa h, sen
RIGHT UP TO DATE.
(Benson's Plaster is Pain's Master.)
Thcso nro days of records nnd of tho bent.
Ing of records. Bonson's Porous Plaster, for
quickness of action and thoroughness of
cure, has no records to boat except its own.
llonson's Plaster, always tho host, always
tho leader, is to-day bttUr than ever. It
sticks to tho skin but never sticks in its
trucks. It marches on.
The peoplo not only want to be cured
but cured quickly and Benson's Plaster
does it. Coughs, colds, lumbago, asthma,
bronchitis, liver and kidney complaints,
and other ills appronchable by an external
remedy, yield to Benson's as ice does to heat.
Neither Belladonna, Strengthening or
Capsicum plasters are to be compared with
Benson'. People who have once tested
the merits of Benson's Plaster have no use
for any other external remedy.
Moro than 6,000 phvsiuians and drug
gists ind a thousand times as many non
profcssional porsons) havo called Bouson's
Plasters one of the fow (I) home reraodios
thftt can bo trusted.
Fifty-fl ve highest awards havo been made
to it in competition with the best known
plasters of Europe and America. Better
proof of its merits is inconceivable. Be
sure to get the genuine.
For sale by all druggists, or we will pre
pay postage on any number ordered ia the
United States, oa receipt of 25o. each.
Seabary fc Johnson, Mff. OheauaM, NX
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Tl.-i!ly t.i.tuuil lu t.,.
Biaiul tho tvcatli-r.
In uins 11! I alziM.
Made bj STANDARD OIL CO.
G. V. ARGAimiGIIT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Kki Ci.oud. Nkiikaska,
Landxcnpe-f. Flowers, Fruits and Por
traits itindn to order.
studio in DAMi:rti;i.i, iii.ock.
I. Ii. COLVlk
EAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
I.nck lloxin. finlile Hock, Neb.
VII kinds of property bought, sold oid
tho fn-qucnt causa of Appendicitis and niaur othnr wr.
loui Ilia Khould narer bo n wlo?ud. Tho objection to the
usual cathartic remedies la tholr coatlre reaction which
lncrrnea constipation Inttcait of curing It. I'AltKEU'B
(IINOKH TONIU Ii tho proper remedy. It acta on th(
liver, and when ned M directed, permanently ranorca
tho conitlpaUon. IA cto, & SL00 at all Druggliia.
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK
And want to get stilted earning money
at once, fiend us !'." cts. for our book of
"40 New Money-Making Ideas."
It is worth its weight, in gold to anyone
who is unemployed. Send today.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Minn.
H7nH.VP JICnwEEKLY ana want mere
1 hnincl traveling salesmen
KTMfft Havea 77-YR. RECRD
aaiaaiaw or0oMytoell, always
nlnun. Outfit iiisoLUTKLY FRKC.
STARK BRO'S. Louisiana, Mo.
a, a .1 i.W. JtCPRKS all Kidney
lZZTm Diseases, Uack-
n ache, cto. At drug
'I atsts. or by malt.
"I. Free dook, ma
tee, eta, ol
Dr. B. J. Kay, Saratoea, N. Y.
B. & M. R.T
RED CLOUD NEDR.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE C'i
and all point
TRAINS LS1VS AS FOLLOWS!
No. IS. Passenger dally for Oberlln
nnd tit. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
points wcBt.............. 7:43 a.m
14. Passenger dally for St. Jo,
Kaunas City, Atchison. St.
Louis. Lincoln via Wymote
aud ail points east and aoulh 2-32 a.m
In. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
nolnts In Colorado. Utah and
California ........ 8:40p.av
No. IB. Passencer. dally for St. joe.
v.n..i r-lfw iti-hlmn HI
Louis and al
"" V.J, --.w.w. w.
point east sad
south . 10:00. at
Mo. 114. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, nasttng. Grand Is
land. Alack Ullis- and all
points In the uorthweiu. l:00p.ai
Ne. US. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Re
publican . ....... .......i2:30p.s
Freight, dally, Wytnore and
St. Joe and Intermediate
junction points ig :43 p.aa
1. rreignt, aaiiy tor nepuDiicaji
Orleans, Oxford and all point
Mo. 60. Freight, dally except Sunday
tor wymore ana sit point east
No. ITS. Freight daily to Oxford and
Hlaenlnr. dlnlne. and reollnlni chair can.
(seat free) on through train. Ticket told anil
baggage checked to any point In (he United
Bute or Canada. '
For Information, time tables, map or ticket
sail on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francla, fleneral Paswngei
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
1 - -
The Gbief , 1$ A Year.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The 5 Minute Breakfast Fool
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
"3JRAIN - JJREAD"
PURIAN MILLS, St. Louli, Mo.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take th gn . erltlnsl
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only by Madlsoa Mdl
cine Co., Madison, Wli, it
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, .,s cents. Nvr sold
In bulk. Accept no ubitr
tut. Ask your druggist.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
cures every kind of cough, la itrlppe, bronchitis,
anrA thrnat. i-rnnn.
'hooping cough, etc
deranges the stomach
FREE IfllOIOAL ADVIOK. 'Vrlteu.
" ""."rilyouramptoms. Kenovatingthe
'ste.mi! the only asfe and aure method of cud
Ing all Chronic Diseases. Dr. Kay's Renovator
U the only perfect system renovator. Free sm
ale and book. Dr. a J. Kaf, Saratoga, NY. f
Wanted everywhere. Stories, news,
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vnneo hows, drawings, photographs,
unlqno nrticles, etc., etc., purchased.
Articles revised and prepared for pub
lication. Hooks published. Send for
unrticulars and full information before
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Curti cilp il -(i $1 i3tr uuio?.
fO.n.l tl'IIK U-u.Ti.n
nntce Ur.Kay's Itcnnvutor
to euro dysnenslii. constl
Datlon. liver nnd klilnnvM. tlrnt tnnln. lnvniivn
blood purlller Itnown or nil chronlodtscnsPM:
renovates and Invk-oratcs tho wholoHvstcm and
cures very worst cases. Get trial box at once.
If not sntlsllcd with It notify us, wo will refund
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