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"We hate three children. Before tbe
With of the last one ray wife used four hot
ties of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you ha J the
fkturcs of our children, you could see al
flaace that the last one
Is healthiest, prettiest and
flnest-looklngof them all.
My wife thinks Mother's
Friend Is the greatest
remedy In the
world for expect
Written by n Ken
prevents nine-tenths of the
suffering Incident to child-
hlrtb. The coming mother's
disposition and temper remain unruffled
throughout the ordeal, because this relax
tag, penetrating liniment relieves the
atual distress. A good-natured mother
la pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
the patient is kept in a strong, bealtby
condition, which the child also Inherits.
Mother's Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and alMst painlessly. It
assists in her rapid recovery, and wards
off the dangers that so often follow de
livery. floM by druggists for 1 1 a bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR 'CO.
Send for our free Illustrated book wrlttaa
expressly (or expectant mothers.
MVor at yean I otm a victim of sirs
hmIi In Its worst form. I could est nothing
but milk toast, and at times my stomsch would
not retain sod digest oven that Last Msrcb I
bee an taking OASCAHETS and since then I
bare steadily Improved, until I am as well as I
ever was In my life."
David II. Murfht, Newsrk. O.
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gs One acre of ground, good houao
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SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
Tn now work nn nnf-elopea, "there
art'rciorlloti of 13.1 dlMlnct specie,
about 10 of which nro African.
Exports of cottonsvrd product
from New Orleans Inst yt'nr reached
a vnluntloti of Hourly $10,000,000.
friomH species of African antelopes
nre ihcirliitf the fntc of the American
bulTnln, niul are kept olive only by
The KiifflUh nnd the American arc
the chief stijrnr enter In the world,
nnd ns they nre nlso the most cner
KHic of nil nations Dr. Wllloughby
Gardner thinks there Is a casual rvla
tlon between these two facts.
The nnt hw played a Rrent role In
the history of Kffypt. The alluvium of
the Nile nlley would not he nearly as
valuable n It Is for agricultural pur
poses If 'the nnt did not break up the
sol) into very minute particles.
The Society of Oermnn Engineers
In llerlln Inn undertaken the prcpnra
tlon of nn international technical dlc
tlonnry to be published in English,
French nnd German. Its nlm In to Re
cure exhaustive completeness in tech
nical words and expressions, exact
nes in translation and uniformity in
Louia Martin, of Yarmouth, Eng
land, has a Persian cat which daily
takes turn with a cropper pigeon in
sitting upon the latter's eggs. He had
noticed pussy enter the pigeon cote
several times, and kept watch. She
hns for nine daya gone each morning
between eight and nine through the
entrance used by the pigeon Into the
locker, and remained upon the nest
until one or two p. m
Four years ago the United States
flsh commission began to plant in
Laki Superior the steelhend salmon
of th'e- Pacific. It wan believed that
this sirlt water flsh would thrive in the
cold, fresh waters of the great lnke,
and flsh of this kind weighing five
pounds have recently been caught.
As modified in the lnke they are well
shaped, firm, with flesh of a flne red
and delicate flavor. The planting will
LABRADOR FUR HUNTERS.
Am Iala4d IUbIob Waera rsr-Besr-
iMT Aalsaatla Are llea7 ttrnt
Maws la learca.
Reports ar reaching civilization of
the operations of the pnst winter in
the interior nnd upon the eonM of
Labrador. The season nan, generally
speaking, n mild one nnd the fntulltles
among the Indiuus fewer than usual.
A good supply of furs was secured,
but none of such peculiar value us
some of those taken during the pre
ceding winter, says the Chicago Chron
The highest price paid for a sincle
skin of Inst winter's catch was $300,
which was for a black silver fox. the
king of all the fur-bearing animals
or i.nbrndor. Exactly double that
amount was nnid for n skin of the
snme vnriety, a very noble specimen,
about n year ago. Prices in general
are scarcely so good at present as
they were this time lost year.
Mnrtcn skins, which have broutrht
as much ns $25 n skin, sold this spring
ror irom i5 to ih. Trntlcrs are espe
cially proud of the otters and minks
which they obtain from Labrador,
which have fur of a peculiar fineness
The hunters from the interior of
Labrador hnd nnt heard of the death
of Queen Victoria until they emorj'H
from the woods n few days niro. No
I mail mntter can reneh them during
me winter, uven tne reMricnts along
the coast hnd only nix malls from au
tumn till spring, nnd these had to be
comi'jed oer the know by dogs on
sleighs for wnnt of proper ronds nnd
other means of conveyance.
The oldest living settler upon the
const In Philip 0. Touel, who went
there from Jersey nenrly 50 years nt'o,
nnd for more than 20 years was the
only settler. He visited civilisation
the other dny after a lonr stay In his
dreary home. He is n most interest
ing character, a qunlnt old-world fig
ure. He is the only Proteitnn.t in
Sheldrake, where he resides, evrn his
own children being Tioman Catholics,
but he possesses the confidence of the
18 families of the plnce to such an ex
tent that he is their doctor, minister,
lawyer nnd postmaster. When nsked
what he generally prescribed for those
who full ill in the winter time, far
nwny from medicnl nld, he replied,
"I find thnt they generally crave
n nine wiii&Kj mat is, ot course,
whisky with soma other ingredients
mixed In with it. I don't cive it to
all who ask for it," he wild, "but I
have found It most eflleaclous in a ma
jority of cases. During one hard sen
son." he continued, "nn epidemic of
grip or something of the kind killed
a score or more nnd threatened the
rest of us, but by n determined effort
I mnnaged to gain the victory. It was
a tight squeeze, though."
Tall Tolrirrnph I'ulea.
The highest telegraph poles in the
United Stutes have just been put up
in Henumont, Tex. So fnr ns known
they are tho highest of liny in the
world, the top being 150 feet ubovu the
ground. They were erected on the
opposite bnnks of the Neches river by
.1... IV..... tT..r m., '
nit i,i-nii-rii uiiiiiii iriegrnpn com
pnny, in order to string Its oable
across the stream. The spun is 144
feet in Hrrth. Indianapolis Newa.
WUM the rrench Want,
Frenchmen do not want to rule
they want to live. The pursuit of life,
of lnugnter, of charming senhntlans,
of Intelligent apprehensions, of Indl
vldtml'development of chnrncter It
tnny nil be more Important, more ltal
to human cxlsteneo than thenreoecu-
putlon to rule one's self and others, to
niiiko laws nnd to light. Stecvens'
"Glimpses of Three Nations."
SHOWERS OF MANNA.'
WHY AND HOW 8UCH
NOMENA ARE POSSIBLE.
Thla Food of the People of larael In
(he Wilderness la aa Edible Lichen
That la Still Found In Paris of
i Aala and Africa.
' "It is rannnal" oxclalcl fbs people
of Israel as they gathered t'.io food
which Deemed so miraculously to ap
pear nt their very feet In answer to
their cry for Bustcnancc, but though
tbey nto and were satisfied, wo aro
told they "wist not what It was."
And during the nges thnt have pass
ed ninco Its first nppearnucc on that
memorablo dewy morning In the wil
derness of sin men have declared again
and ngaln that they "wist not what it
was" thnt thus fed the Israelites In
their need, though numberless conjec
tures have been made and discussions
held on the mntter.
Tbe chief opinion which bad Bwny
for a long time, was thnt manna wns
the sap of the tumnrlBk, but now au
thorities, Bcclng In the light of widen
ing scientific knowledge, declare that
manna was without doubt a certain
lichen (Lccnnora csculenta).
This Is borne out by tbo fact that
well authenticated rains of manna, ab
solutely believed by the Inhabitants to
be showers from heaven, have been re
ported at least six times during tbe
past century by rcllablo travelers In
the cast, nnd tbe descriptions of the
deposit given In prcclso present day
language leave no doubt upon tbo point
If n piece of manna be examined
under the microscope, Its peculiar com
pound structuro can be clearly seen.
There Is n delicate network of Interlac
ing fungnl threads glistening In tho
light, whllo Inclosed In their meshes
ore n number of round, bright green
cells, each n tiny algal plant. Thus
fungus and alga live together In most
It may be asked bow fresh manna,
lichens arise, seeing that It is difficult
to imagine a frequent coincident meet
ing of n particular fungus nnd a par
ticular green plant. Hut granted tho
meeting has once taken place, the rapid
reproduction Is easy to understand.
At certain times in the year a yellow
ish dust appears lu little green cups
growing on the surface of tbo plant,
and ench of tho grains of dust Is a
minute bundle containing n few of the
white fllnments and a few of tbe green
cells wrapped up together, so that
wherever this dust may fall each grain
can become a new manna lichen.
There is, moreover, a second method
of reproduction lu which the fungus
alone tnkes part and' sends out tiny off
spring to take tbclr chance In the wide
world of finding a suitable host, as their
parent bus done, but tbe details are
complicated and at present Involved lu
Thus, then, Lccauorn csculenta
manna Is lu Its very nature one of the
most remarkable phenomena In tbe
vegetable world. It Is found over, great
tracts of southwest Asia, near Constan
tinople, In the Crimea, the deserts of
Arabia, in tbo Sahara and the deserts
It is easy to pass it by unnoticed, for
It Is grayish yellow in color and grows
on gray limestone rocks and fragments
of rock In the form of a wrinkled crust
which seems to me casual ouservur
part of tbe very rock Itself, and needs
cure to distinguish it.
Cut through, it Is white like corn
within, dry nnd powdery. It Is, more
over, extremely light In weight. It Is
obvious that there is not much nourish
ment to be obtained from tho bare face
of the limestone rock, hence all the sus
tenance of tho two plants must be ob
tained from the atmosphere aud the
rnin by the little green plant, which
must thus work doubly bard to be able
to pass on sufficient food for Its part
ner's living In addition to providing its
By degrees, as it grows older, it be
comes loosened or even detached from
the rocks, and then, when the sudden
whirlwinds nnd violent storms which
affect many of these regions blow, the
featherweight pieces of lichen crust are
torn up nnd blown into tbe alt at the
mercy ot tbe wind aud carried, it may
be, for Immense dlstnnccs.
iuu uiiiiH, tow, iiiai ucbccuu wjiu
such sudden vehemence sweep It nwny
into wntcr channels, where It Is borne
nlong on tbe stream nnd deposited In
rnt. ...., A- ai.-.. .1 .1 1.1.
hollows ami left there in uenps wuen
tho water subsides.
At times, too, a waterspout will
gather It up, enrry It ulong aud ulti
mately deposit It In a place where hith
erto It hnd been practically uuknown.
An Enclleh Conntrr Ilank, ,
Rural customers attach great Im
portnnco to the bank's outward ap-'
penrance. A thrifty tradesman having '
opened a deposit account with n bank
distant some 30 miles from his home,
tho cashier hnd tho curiosity to ask
why he traveled so fnr when there was
n branch of the snme bank almost at
his door. Thp depositor smiled know
ingly and replied, "I lodged opposlto
here nil the tlmo whllo this bank was
being built, so I kuow It's safe." Bai-
anco sheets to the rustic aro a mean
InglcBS and arbitrary arrangement of , tlve. Many sudden deaths aro caused by
figures. Iron bars ho understands. It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
In a northern city there is a bank Sf PPlexy often the result of kidney
wi.lnlv known fnr. ihn nrtiuti!, .rfnrif f disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad-m-
?i H n i i ? , l vance ha kidney-poisoned blood will attack
Its doors. Designed by nn eminent ,ho vltal organs, or the kidneys themselves
sculptor, they are executed In relief break down and waste away cell by cell.
In copper or bronze nnd appear to rep-' Then the richness of the blood tho albumen
resent tableaux from 'VEsop's Fables" ( leaks out and tho sufferer has Bright's
nnd Greek history. About n week nf t- Disease, tho worst form of kidney trouble.
cr they wero unveiled nn old mnn who
bnd been u depositor for many ycars
withdrew his balance nnd too.cYto a
rival bank almost opposite. Question
ed as to his reason for rlinnrrlnar. Im
replied: "I don't hold wl' tlinm ilnora of
I theirs. Punched tin ain't businesslike,
nml It ain't safe," Longman's.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ioftniot Trtatnwat by which Drunk
ard arc Bdng Cured Daily in Spite of
No Noxious Dotes. No lTcakenlng of the
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure
for the Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and under
stood that Urunkenness is a disease
and not weakness. A body filled with
poison, and nerves completely shattered
by periodical or constaut usa of intoxi
cating llquars, requires an antidote
capable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poison, and destroying the crav
ing for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now euro themselves at homo without
publicity or loss of time from business
by this wonderful "Homo Gold Cure,"
which has been perfected after many
yenrs of close- study and treatment of
inebriates. The faithful uso according
to directions of this wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to cure tho
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 your fathers 1 1 This remedy
is in ao 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 aud pleasant to tbe
tnste, so that it can be given in a cup of
tea or coffee without the knowledge of
the person taking it. Thousands of
Drunkards have cured themselves with
this pticeless remedy, and as many
more have been cured and made tera
perato men by having tbo "Cure" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knowlcdgo in coffee
or ten, and believo today that they dis
continued drinking of their own free
will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded
by apparent and misleading "improve
ment." Drive out the diseaso at onco
aud for all time. "Tho Homo Gold
Curo" is sold at tho extremely low
price of Ono Dollar, thus placing with
in reach of everybody a treatment more
effective than others costing 925 to $50.
Full directions accompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
the world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. A 402, Edwin B. Giles &
Company, 2330 and 2132 Market Street,
All correspondence strictly confiden
tial. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, )
hums County. J
FratiK J. Cheney makes oath that he
is tho senior partner of the firm of F
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county nnd state afore
said, unci thnt said firm will pay the
sum of Ono Hundred Dollars for each
and every easo of cntnirh that cannot
be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Chunky.
Sworu to beforo mo and subscribed
in my presence this Gth day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1880.
(skal) W. A. Gleason,
Hall's Cntarih Cure is taken inter
nally and nets ditectly on the blood
mucous surfaces of tho system. Sead
for testinioninls, free
F. J. Cuenkv & Co., Toledo, O
Sold by-druggists, 75c.
llall'd Fnmily Pills are the best.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the
sboog. Your feet fuel swoolen, nervous
and hot, and got tired easily. If you
hare smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools tbe feot and
makes wnlkinsr easy. Cures swoolen,
sweating feet, ingrowing nails, blisters
and callous spots. Relieves corns and
bunions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try. it todny. Sold by all
druggists nnd shoe stores for?5c. Trial
1 nnnvumt irpi . AiiuriTMN. a idu a.
1 r -"". ..--" - , -
i Bje(j jj0 Hoy, Ci, I,
J The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist
Tne DUcoverer of Swamp-Root at Work U
There l.i a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep-
Dr Kilmer's swamp-Koot tho new ais-
cvery is tno true spcciuo tor Kianoy, umuuo.
. fc !SLT!X
Wl apJ44 Wllll liWVIIVkM UMM Wliwi -
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottlo sent iree
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y, and
mention this paper.
ZZZZZXMmimmxlmfKti II '
III THE WINTER.
(iMHn'l PlMttf ll Plla'l Mttllf.)
For coughs and colds Benson's Porous
Platters are an incomparably hotter rem
dy than any other external or internal.
Their medicinal properties enter the skin
and go ttrotght to the teat of the dhtate.
Thoy relieve and cure a "seated" oold,
without disturbing tho system or upsetting
the stomach. Cough mixtures oftea nau
seate. Benson's Plasters are modlchul in
tho highest degree, and quickest to act.
Placed on the chest or back or on both
at once in sorious cases, the good effect is
felt immediately. The congestion yields, tho
cough abates and the broathing Improves.
Lnng or bronchial affections or kidney
disease, aro cured with the least possible
suffering and loss of tlmo.
Benson's Plasters aro immeasurably su
perior to Belladonna, Strengthening, Cap
sicum or any othor combination in plaster
form. They nre also preferablo to olnt
monts, liniments and salves.
Bonson's Plasters have roceivod fifty-five
htghttt awards over all competitors; and
moro than 5,000 physicians nnd druggists
havo declared them to bo ono of tho fow
trustworthy household remedios. For snlo
by nil druggists, or we will prepay postago
on any number ordered In tho United
States on receipt of 25c. each.
Be sure yon get the genuine. Accept no
imitation or substitute.
Seabury A Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.x.
G. V. ARGABRIGHT,
ARTISTJ PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Red Cxocd. Nebraska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits nnd Por
traits made to order.
STUDIO IN DAMERELL BLOCK.
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Box 23. Guide Rock, Neb.
ill kinds of property bought, sold and
be f requtnt mun ot Appndlcltlt and many othr ef
lou. Ilia ihould narer bo nwlected. Tbe objection to the
tiftsal cathartlo rtmedtee lilhMr coatlre reaction which
Increaare conipUon lnatead of curing It, l'AIUCEKU
OINUKH TONIO la the preptr remedy. It acta on thi
JJicr, and when nnd aa directed, permanently remorea
tba ooojUpatioa. 60 eta, ft tlM at all Drugiruta,
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK
And want to get started enrning money
nt nnon snml iih 'ri rta fnr nnr limL- i,i '
at once, senu us -o cts lor our book ot ,
"40 New Money-Making Ideas."
It is worth its weiRhtrin gold to anyone
who is unemployed. Send today.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Minn.
HTADIVra.CHwEF.KLY and want mar
aro easy to sell, always
nlrasie. Outfit ABWLtrrKI.Y rtiEE.
STARK BRO'S, Louisiana, Mo.
a. a,. 'CURES all Kidney
lay. ilLi. way
gists, or by mall.
Free book. ao
rloe, etc, ot
Dr. a J. Kay, Saratoga, N. Y.
Articles of Incorporation of The Cowden-
Kaley Clothing Company.
Know all men by tlieie prerenta: That we. A.
U.Kalcy.lI. A. t.elton, and r. W. Oowdtn. da
hereby anoclaie ourrelves tot ether far the pur
pose of organizing a corporation, under tbalawa
of tbe state of Nbrak, for the purpote of
buying and felling at retail ef clothing-. hU.
caps, hooti, hoei, and furnishing eaods, and
al) such goods, wsrea aud meichandlie as are
usually kept aud handled by retail desiers In
rheustnnof tuch corporation thall be The
Cawden-Kaley ClathlngOa, and,'lhe principal
piace 01 iraninrung itn Dumntii snail be at Uid
Uloud. Webater Co , Nebraska
The amount of ll capital .ate
thousand dollars (NWO.00).idlvldedinte abarra
of one hundred dollsrstllOO.iO) each, all ef
wuicu Kiinu ur paia in unmtaiaieiy upon me or
ganization of the corporation.
hid corporation nau commence an tne
twenty recond (32nd) day of July, nlneteea
hundred and oae (1901), and shall termlaste July
The highest amount f Indebtedness r liabil
ity to which aald carporatlen tball at aay time
ubject Itself Is the sum of four thomaad dol
Its affairs ens II be condurled hy a board f
llirei- 'Irrrlcirs lo he fleeted annually by the
MOPkhnldeia. and It oMcera aball uentlit f a
I'riflneiit. Vlre-rrcfldenr. 8eeieiarr and Tr as
urer. to bo elected b the board of rilrn lorn.
II. A. LKTaeX.
F. W. Cowdsk.
Witness :-C. W. Kalbt.
B. Ac M. B.Y
RED CLOUD NEBR,
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE 0')
and all point
tiuins LBAva as rotxows:
No. 18. Patsenger dally for Oberlln
and Ht. Francla branches. Ox-
ford, McCook, Ueuverand all
No. 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
' KaiiBas City, Atchison. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymore
aud all points east and south 2'32 a.s
Mo 16. rassenger. dally. Denver, all
polntiln Colorado, Utah and
California . 8:40p.a
Me. 16. Passenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, Bt.
Louis and all points east and
south 10:00 a. s
Mo. 144. Accommodation, dslly except
Sunday, Hastings, Grand Is
land. Black mils and all
points in tne nonn west - itwp.ss
Ne. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kaunas, aud
Intermediate stations, via Re
publican .. 12:30p.Bi
No. 64. Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe aud Intermediate
junction points 18:45 p.ss
No, 63. Freight, dally for Republican
Orleans, Oxford and all points
. west ..10 :40 a.ss.
No. M. Freight, dally except Sunday
for wymore aud all point east 6 .00 a. as
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford aud
Intermediate points 1 :30 p.sa
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chslr ears.
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the Unite
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Prsncls, General Passenger
Ageat Ob aha. Nebraska.
The Ghief , 1$ A Year.
K IS- I
Bf wlBy M- B
The S IWInitc Breakfast tot
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
"BRAIN - BREAD"
PURIAN MILLS, St. LouU, Mo. '
DON'T Be Fooledi
Take the gen . original
ROCHV MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madlton, Wis. it
keeps you well. 6ur trade
mark cut on each packar.
Price, as cents. Never sol
In bulk. Accept no aubtth
tute. Ask your druggist.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
cures every kind of cpuRh, InRrlppo, bronchitis,
soro throat, croup, whooping cough, etc. Never
deranges tne stomach. AtDrug-Blats, 10&i3c.
rirr medical advice, n
UVi iwii?ei0liJrr "a' on1 ur0 method of cgn
ng all Chronlo Diseases. Dr. Kay's Renovator
pies and book. Pr. a J. Kaj, Saratoga NY.
s. UlTOUrivmnlnrna llanni.ati.-4L.
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