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THE ITEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
April 18, 1901
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April It. tW.
PROBLEM NO. St.
By K C Anastros. Tarry So'iad.
Ost. Net bis Crrt o:t. White
tsatr a two by a flrrpSe twin of lb
5 A MSSiPHi
IN ANCIENT PRISONS.
D - O 3
'. o 12
Li ur jac
. u m fTA tr,nm
bi J Ut
4 R S.
5 s. j k r k i r j.
''' .El.ECAXT ENDINGS.
A 'brace- f d!Stih c4rn-s ro: t- t
tgg tQ m ,,.rta I5f ri'arli.!r-i. j
Xyfcr,gn rye tor t!: a.mfr:l.
r rotu the TrfehfreKtiS. Po.n by j
O. Dcrs. p: - , S. 1 p :. 1 P . f
: p i b i i-1. . jC- i. wwtc to pur ;
and dr. Look rather scaly w.ia
tfcat Q It P aobtrrted. , -. t
From - DmUh Ches Mijlne. a j
masterly EnUr L Ir; Lskr In a
gaa vs. Lf. Pieces. x7; 2 k 4. 1 p
4 P 1. p Jpbpiip .2Kt2Pi. I
P P B 2 'i. WMj to lM win I
INCLUDING ALL, DI.KASE. ALL MED- !
tflC AM) ALL TREATMENT-j
THERE I NO OTHKR CHARGE THE I
rM TOTAL rOKTBEATMKXT BT
DRS. SHEPARO & HEADR1GK
I the voice husky? , .
Do ycu ache all over?
Is the nose topped up?
Do you sr. or at night?
Docs tte rsos bleed easily?
In this wore toward nrgiit?
Ihm tae nose itch and burn? x
If tners pla in front of head?
I theru pain across the eyea?
Is jonr BnsS of smell learins?
l th throat dry Ic the morning?
Are you losing your sense of taste?
Do yo-i sleep with the ciouth open?
Dc-.'g the nos stop up toward r.tht?
! CATABRH OF THE
I BBON OHIAL TUBES !
5. ----- . K t
r. 2 j Have you a cotvrbV
- ( Arc you losing slesii?
' . Do yon conah at niht?
I e ou p; i.n in id?
Do you f!ce ;ql-1 'Tae uyi-
'ifitrifTftrUK variaok? :
io yon cugt oi feoin to i2d?
IK c.i aourh in the morning?-
Is yott- cou?h short and hacking?
ilac : oi a disgust for fr tty foods?
I? ttic.c j tlcKHit; iueh'.nd the palate?
il-.c ;,ou ft pair, behind brsastbone?
Io-yo feel jou are giowjac weaker?
Is fcere burr Ins pain :n the throat?
UNDERGROUND DUNGEONS OC
CUPIEU BY PRISONERS.
Of All Gloomr and' Trrlbl l)nocotti
; ;Tho of SU Mirbal Ar lerbp th
- HIot . IXliovs ud Aw'ol , A Poet
, JmprIoad. ...
. PROBLEMS OF THE ..WEEK.
fCire the drrli hit sues. -Prora
A arl can Cbe World (McL),
aaotber two-r by oar neigh bor, Chaa.
S. Jaeot. De Moliff: E 3 i 3 O.
No to? tter what your trouble is. you
wil: ts ec'-pt -d !ncr the five-dollar
rate, all mcsdicinos included. This
applies as wSi to
From Checkmate, Prerott. Ort
f April). tajre-r by Go. E. Carpen
ter. Tarrytovfi, K. Y.: t i K !. S J
Q L 1 p 1 k (. IP3P2.5PJ.3S4-
Yoo tan be cured by "Drs. Shepdrd
and Hradrick right at your own home,
under their perfect system Of mail
I S 3 Q 2. f treitnnt. Write for their SYMPTOM
LIST, core ring-all diseases cured by
them. Also their 80-page book describ
ing their Sanitarium. Address
Drs. Sbepard & Beadrick,
jo3 N. V. Ufe Bids., Omaha, Neb.
"From ... Tribune, "TlSa. O.. a threer
by Otto ' Worcimrc Grand Rapids.
Mich.: 4 I 2 a. 1 p . 1 p p 5. p 6 Q.
2 k I p 3. 2 P 3 p I. K P C h S 2.
From Brooklyn Ea!e. a thre-er by
O. Loefebeciv: K I. 2 p 2 p B 1. 2 B
From Ft. Pal Dlipatch. a thre-r
by T. J. Trier. Harley. Wis.: 4 S 1 r.
4 k 2 B. b i p a 2 1 V 2 P. 2 P3 S L
From Boston Post, still another two
r by Jacobs; 1 B1Q4.1 p L 3. R
Froa literary IMgeKt., New York, m
two-r by A. IL Oaawer.: Bay City.
Mica.: t. r q 1 Q 3 s. p&pr. P 2 R p
2 b. ! p 1 k 1 2P2R1S.2SK3P. 1
Blli , - . . -
. - SOLUTIONS.
Protolea No. 47. fey Very, key B B 7.
Cerpenter. 4 author's solution Q R .
etc TeC Q R 7." 'Aapa. B R . etc.
Petertoa. Q Q B etc Weatbury.
Q Q t. Foi. B R. etc Dalton. Kt
Q 2. etc - Total, 22 points. The West
bery problem is a two-Esofer. bat was
erroaOBly claasM as a three-er.
A nent the TlSa Tribune problem, oy
Signer Apa. Mr. Carnage ay: "This
ptohlem appeared is the Boston Sun
day Pot of September 20, l00; the
mpor u Mr. B. F. Bas, Chelaea.
Mam. .Cas ttia be a cUciarlsaa?" It
might b a coincidence auch things f
eentr. . .. , - , . ? .
Th-e Ca-rpester-three-er is unbound,
yielding afcio to Q p. . K B 7; Q K
S 4 ch. KB1; Q K taat: or .......
P B 7; Kt any hnt K q. K K ":
Q B mate. -- Mr.", Oldham.- who . sends
this solution, mating In mind our mot
to, that week, aaya: . The rook repre
cta Morgan's surplca capita) not
needed: and the taor of the knight,
tils caaaif6l4 Jsoarcee. KeL :
Dr. Daltoa's thre-r-come In for
Its full star of iPf-aJa: TigCttifcf
batiful . and ortglnaL Carnage.
TThm ceatinuatlon. 2. R-Q S ch. BzR.
tC Is original and eery fine." Barry.
- ' " " ; SOLVERS SCORES. -;
Old soor. Mch. 7. Total.
F. Camag W 22 l
XL E. Armftmag..7 2 - 71 '
C'R.-Oldham;... 43 ! 22 7i
Ceo. II. Wakott..2S ' 22 - - 50 .
JL R. Very... .....25 7 So
HL W. Bariy. : 22 ' 2S
C B. Dyar...:;.; ... 7 .. 7
R. E- Pala.....;. t.l r.S 0.S
Prtre-wtsner for February:' eore
cancelled.' Solwra afcosld cote that e
ry proWera and end-game we publish
Is part of the play. You iSfed not solte
rerythlng- oaWs you are srabitioun
to tare a big score. -
Q Q S ch, K Kt 3.
RxR ch, K R 4.
R Kt 5 ch. K R 3.
Q mate, or
K Kt 2.
RxR ch, KxR-.
Q mates. . -.'
There are several other ways of ac
complishing mate, according v.o black's
play, but all come within the limit o.
P K 4. P K 4.
Kt K B 3. Kt Q B S.
B Kt 5. Kt B 3.
O O. KtxP.
P Q 4, B K 2.
Q K 2,Kt Q 3.
BxKt, Kt PxB.
PxP. KtKt 2.
Kt B 3. O O.
R K, P Q 4.
PxP ep, BxP.
B K 3 (a). B K Kt 5.
(c-R , BxKt b)
PxB. Q B 3 ?
Kt K2. Q R KL
Q R , R Kt 4.
Kt Q 4, BxP ck.
K B (c). Q R 6 ck.
K K 2. R Kt 3.
Q B 4. R K.
K Q 2. Q Q 2 (d).
K B. B Q 3. -
PQ B 3, P Q B 4.
Kt K 2, Q B 3.
R Q. R K 5.
Q Q 5, Q Kt 4.
Q Q 2. P K R 4.
P Kt 3. P Kt 4.
PQ B 4. Q K.
Kt B 3, RxB ?
PxR. Q K 4.
K B 2. Q Kt 2.
Kt Q 5. R Kt.
R K B. P B 4 ?.().
RxP! QxR f).
RxP ck. K B.
Q 1B 2 ck. K K.
Kt B 3, Resigns.
fa) White, in Plllabury . vs.. Cornell
and Hardy (March 21); played Q B 4,
the reply being ...... Kt B 4.
(b) Kt B 4 looks good.
(c) Of course not KxB, or black
mates in two.
(d) What would be the effect of Rx
P or Q Kt 7 here?
f Was B K 4 better?
(f) Black might still play ....... B
K 4, although he Is a piece minus
and that rook Is very tempting. ;
Mr. F. A. Snell of Milledgeville. til..
has . If sued a valuable pamphlet on
Bes scd Bee-keeping which he sends
fre to all who write for it. If you
tre Interested in bees it will pay you
to write for It.
- CAME STUDIES.
Rer. Leandcr: Tumey. commenting
em the strength of the liny Lop, be
lieves that tt is ba4 on the Idea of
castling quickly' and using the early
.developed .rook In th game before
.black has' had an opportcnitr to bring
up bis reinforcements. That the K B
.bold go somewhere at move 3 is cer
tain. If arly castling Is desired. The
obction to K 2 and Q 3 arc so appar
ent that they need not be fully speci
fied;" beta are obstruct; e. and hinder
wfett from deploying Ms other forc
es. B B 4 he believe i not so good prints.
m o Kt tecause nuetc can attack
th btfhcp in variety cf ways and at
'the szse time assist in bis own dete!
epmtnt. At Kt 5 tn B can. be lone
"dlately atucaed only by Kt Q 5 or
PQ R 3. neither of which galas any
"''time fcr black' .b4 really points to 3.
' Kt B 3 I the Berlin) as black's
best dfs. : - ' r
The pcB4e4game, played In .the
. lnterttatt match by John L. Clark
. white). Lincoln. Neb., vs. James J.
MeGrath. Erookhaven. Mis, is worthy
ef being played over. White at his 39th
move bottled la the black Q. render
ing a r?eedy reIgation adrieabie
but tire wss a prettier way out:
. 2, R Kt f ch. K 3 Z
41. Q B 5 ch tnot B 7). K
4L Ut-5C I ch, BxKt,
Shosld Hate a Ctiromo
Editor Independent: Don't you think
that this legislature deserves a chro
mo? Isn't Its work just ended sufflc
lent to make every republican hide his
face in shame. . After quarrelling
among themselves the whole winter
term, then for thes leading candidates
to have to compromise and elect the
governor and a fellow-banker! If the
pops want a good campaign document
the history of this legislature will fur
ate!i it. From It. we can all know
Rosewater and the dirty sheet he
Meiklejobn is no better. He
can't carry ' his own county and they
are all of a "whatness." and belong to
some railroad corporation or combine.
They forced. the legislating to allow
them "to name the candidate. ; They
r urely owned the legislature , and if
they owned It. the B. & M. and U. P.
also own it. That being the case, we
are In a very tight box. t. ;L. H. D.
Genome stamped CC C Never sold In bulk.
Cwm cf fhc Scaler who tries ts sell
"MfSHthirj fast as
,. When we examine ancient prisons .
beneath the keep of a Norman fort
ress or tUa palace of Venetian doges,
we wonder ' what race of beings could
possibly have endured all the squalor,
liltj,- horror , and privations which. :
must have been the lot of the unfor-;
tunab persons confined . in thesa
places, says a' writer;ln the " Gentle
man's Magazine. H And i yet month ; by
month and year by. year, they lived on.
But of all gloomy and terrible dun
geons those of . Mont St. Michel are
perhaps the most hid eoas - and awful, j
Tt oso who enttred ' t hem might well
sigh iLtieir; fond .'adieus' to . hope and lib
erty., -'; Few visitors to Mont 'St Mich
el ;are likely to" forget this fearful pris
on within a prison, so aseocjtated J3 it
with horror, cruel tortures and death.
The cage is hung in' a dark sepulchral
Chamber, nigh the cave-likQ! holes 4 iu
the rock .'which; furnished ;the cells for
less distinguished "prisoners; than those
who were confined In the cage. ' Most
of, 'the ' subrstructures :in;.the j south
west portion of th? fbrtrers were built
by Robert ' tie '-'Torinsni who ruled as
Abbot at " the end .'-of thef twelfth cen
tury.; Between "tbe kitchens ; and, the
pri3on'V is the ' beautiful crypt ht the
Aquiion designed by ': RogerII. about
the eame-peribl.fv Passing through this
noble chamber with its six massive
columns, we enter' the prison, and in a
recess in; the walls hangs the 'Cage de
Fer.,, ';It Is composed of thickl beams
of wcbd,s held-together by strong iron
bats, which would . defy the most de
term! ned: efforts to ; escape. Cagad
singing birds are allowed to enjoy the
sunlight which inspires . their songs
and renders ; pleasant their , captivity.
But the unhappy victims, of the Iron
cage were In almost total, darkness.
Day followed day : and ; year succeeded
to year, but -It was all the sama to
them one continued , , existence of
gloom, torture and horror.- Such a.
life must Inevitably have shattered
reason. , -In 1749 there lived in
Paris a young poet named Deforges or
De forges. After the fatal rising of
1745 in England, the young Pretender
fled ; to France, and found a welcome
and safety In the French capital;7; Nego
tiations, nowever,. were-' made by ' ; tha
English government for his' arrest, and
the French 1 king yielded to their de
mands. In the crowded opera houaa
one evening tha last of - tha StuarU
was . arrested, and Deforges ' was pres
ent T at x the time. ' . . Indignant at this
violation of the sacred rights of hospi
tality, . he bellered that f tba honor , of
his . nation was compromised; and at
once" proceeded 'to pour forth his com
plaints against the 'injustice - of ; ' th
act" ln bitter and envenomed reras.
His poem began with' the 'lines: :
Peuple, jadis , si fler,';, anjourdlaul ; si
. asrrile, . .
Des ; princes malheureux tu n'es done
Tha line. "AH " Is wicked in theaa
places, ministers and mistresses," es
pecially aroused the anger of the court,
and caused Madame de Pompadour to
fly Into,' violent fit of passion.' .Such
plain language was too much for tha
susceptibility of the kind and hiB min
isters. The enraged poet was discov
ered and doomed to perpetual Impris
onment in l"Le Cage de Fer." For
three long years" he was confined; in
this terrible, cell, the floor of which
was only eight; ; feet square;r:a faint
glimmer of light contrived to find vita
way, through .certain crevices - In the
celling. but. only sufficient to make
the darkness visible. ;; The . poor poet
endured his terrible punishment with
courage and resignation, and won tha
heart cf his gaoler, M. de Broglle, the
Abbe contrived . that. Deforges should
exchange the cage for the Abbey, and
released , him from his prison. He
wisely took great precautions lest tha
sudden return to the light of day after
so long a sojourn in- darkness should
cause blindness. Nor" did , the good
abbe's kind offices cease.' He proeured
for him his release after five years
imprisonment, obtained for him In
the office of secretary to Marechal da
Broglle, his brother, and on the death
of .Madame de ' Pompadour, Desforges
became commissioner oi war. In this
case,'; happily, death" was not the only
release afforded .to the victims of ths
iron cage! ' " ' ' - ' ": ' " - , r .
-. Sertrr " Employer Fly.
In view of the production of Edward
Elgar's - musical setting to the - - late
Cardinal Newman's "Dream of Geron
tius" at ' the i -'' Birmingham festival,
English papers, recall that In all prob
ability it is owing to the carefulness
of a private secretary that 1 the opie
wss preserved. ; 5 When the cardinal
had. finished his. poem he was so dis
satisfied with his work ;that he threw
It: into the -waste-paper basket. Here,
at an y rate, It was' found ;by the secre
tary, who. in accordance with ;hla
practice, had had the basket thorough
ly overhauled before the contents -were
consigned to the dustbin. . "; . '
m n m
olve TSids PuszSe?
: Each dne of the three lines of figures IX THE CENTRE
OF THIS ADVEUTISEMEXT spells the name of a great
city in the United States. This is a brand new puzzle and can
be solved -with a little study; as follows : There are twenty
six letters in the alphabet, and we have used figures in spelling
the cities instead of letters. Letter A Is number 1, B number ,
C number V etc., tnroegbout the entire alphabet. IF TOC
CAN SPELL OUT THESE THREE CITIES IOC MAI
SHARE IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF S 1,000.00
WHICH WE ARE GIVING AWAY for deing a little work
for ns. yon can do in less than one hoar of your time.
This and other most liberal offers are made to introduce one
of the very best New York magazines into every home in the
United States and Canada. WE DO NOT WANT ONE
CENT OF YOUR MONTY. V,"hen you have made out the
EEine3 of these three cities, write them plainly on a postal
card and send it to us, and you will hear from us promotly
f BY RETURN MAIL. It may take an entire evening to solve
j the three names, but STICK TO IT AND TRY TO GET
YOUB SHARK OF THE S1.O0O.0O. A copy of our high
class ONE DOIAAR MAGAZINE WILL BE SENT FREE
to everyone answering this advertisement. Do not delay.
Send your answer in immediately. WE INTEND TO CXYE
AWAY; VAST SUMS OF MONEY in the future, just as we
have done in the past, to advertise our CHARMING MAGA
ZINE. We find it is the very best advertising we can get to
give away LARGE SUMS OF GOLD FRE13. Here are
the names 1 and suldreases of few peoplfi we . liavc
recently awarded FREE GOLD PRIZES : Mrs. J. M.
Lacliliu. Twenty-third Street, Pittsburg, Pa. 130.00;
air. O. F. Ackerman, Hill, N. H. S125.00 ; Mr. Fred.
Feae, 146 Atkinson' Street, Rochester, N. Y., S125.00;
Mr. Georpro Corbett, Five Islands, Nova Scotia," Canada,
$80.00; If. C, Hare. 49 Wisconsin Avenue, Columbus,
O., S1.75O.0O (this includes the S95C.OO Cabinet Grand
Upright rino):W. Kettle, 3105 Carson Street Pitts-bnrtr,-Pa.,'
SH90.00; Miss Martli Gregory, 3 Park Street,
Nor walk, Conn., 5105.00 5 Mrs. John Jost, Box 7, En
field, N. H., 6100.00. We' could go on and point hundreds
of names of people who have 4 gained . large sums of money
from vour contests, but only -give a few names, as we desire the
space to tellyou ,yU about THIS SPECIAL 81,000.00 IN
GOLD FREE. OFFER.; The above solution, can be worked
out by an alert acd clever person, and the reward is so hand
some that it wil! amply pay you to-TRY AND SPELL OUT
THESE THREE CITIES. Brains and energy nowadays "are
winning many Golden Prizes. Study it very carefully and let
Us see if you are clever and smart enough to spell out the
Three Cities. WE HAVE THE 1 ,000.00 ' IN . GOLD
Have you the brains and energy t ' If yon can make out the
names of the three cities, send them to us without one cent of
money. Remember, this is our $1,00000 in Gold Free Dis
tribution, and we don't want you to send any money. When
we say FREE, we mean PERFECTLY FREE. We would
rather take this way of advertising, onr excellent magazine
than spending many thousands of dollars in other foolish
ways. We freely and cheerfully give, the money away.
YOU MAY WIN. We do not care who gets the money. TO
PLEASE OUR READERS IS OUR DELIGHT. The
question is, can you solve the above unique proposition? If
HUMS THE 6RE1T I0HLE.
3P I 1 75 I j
Can You Solve It For Oold1
yon can do so, write the names of the three cities and your
full address plaialy in a letter and mail it to us, and you will
hear from us promptly by return mail, iloncy is a nice thing
to have because there are . so many useful uses we can put it
to. By . a little extra effort someone will cret the money we
give away. Some lazy and foolish people often neglect these
grand goldan free offers we make, and then wonder ahii
complain about their bad luck. There are always plenty of good
opportunities for clever, brainy people who are always alert
and ready to grasp a real- good thing. We have built up our
enormous business by being alert and liberal in our GRAND
GOLD FREE DISTRIBUTIONS. . We are continually offer
ing our readers RARE AND UNUSUAL prires. : This spe-cia!
contest we consider one of the greatest offers ever rnade.1 Do
not delay in, giving this matter your immediate attention,
and if you can spell out the three cities send your answer at
once. l.OOO. OO REWARD will be paid to anyone wha
can prove that, in the many Free Cash Contests we have ;on
ducted in the past years, we did not do exactly as we agreed.
We have a big capital and anyone can easily ascertain about
our strong financial condition. To pay out these big gold asb
prizes is always a pleasure to. us. We intend to have the
largest circulation of our high-class one dollar magasin in
the world. In this progressive age publishers find they must
be liberal in giving away prizes of great sums of moneyj It
is the only successful wav to get your magazine talked about.
For instance, if you. should solve the peculiar way we have
of spelling the names of the three cities, and we should fcand
you a large sum of money as a free prize, you would msvet
stop talking about our magazine, now, would you? We
POSITIVELY CLAIM that these , three lines of figures,
by our plan, do actually spell the name of three cities, and
that a clever, brainv person who can think and will patiently
endeavor to solve Ho w it is done will be amply rewarded by
sharing in our $i,ooo;oo in Gold Free Offer. Of course, if yon
are easily discouraged and are not patient and are not
willing to spare an hour or so in trying to work out the
solution, you certainly cannot expect to win. This advertise
ment was not written for drones or idlers wiio are not willing
to give a liberal use of their time. We expect the reader to
do some work and give it the time end attention it deserves.
USE YOUR DRAINS. If you are successful in solving it,
well and good. Write the names ot the three cities and send
them to its, and we will bp just as much pleased as you are.
We really desire someone to be successful, and as it does not
cost you one cent to solve and. iinawer this splendid Free
Money Offer, it will be vcrv- foolish for you to pass it by.
In all' fairness give it some of your leisure time. SUCCESS
IS FOR - ENERGETIC"- AND THOUGHTFUL PEOPLE,
and the cause of FAILURE IS LACK OF INTEREST AND
LAZINESK. , Sordear. reader, do not pass this advertisement
without trying 'card- t :rake A SOLUTION OF THE
TURKU ' L1MCN --OF'. FIGURES PRINTED IN THE
CENTRE OF' THIS -ADVERTISEMENT. V. would sug
gest that you carefully read this offer several times bei'ore
you give up the idea "of solving the puzzle. The harder it
seems the more patience 'and determination von should have.
Courage and determination win rnsnv of the FRIZES OF
LIFE. Your share in (Hit FREE MONEY DISTRIBU
TION depends entirely up n your own ener.rry and brains.
Don't waste a moment in TRYING TO SOIAE THIS PER
PLEXING PJCZZLE. Many of the people we have recently
sent large sums of money to in our Free Money Dist ributions
write us kind and grateful letters profusely thanking us for
our prompt. and honest dealings, and saying that if we had
not so strongly ursred them to try and win they would not
have been successful and would not have been the happy
recipients of a large sum of money for only a few hours'
effor;. It always pays to give attention to our grand and
liberal offers. OUR BIG CASH PRIZES have' gladdened
the hearts of manv. persons who needed the money. If you
need money you will give attention to this special offer this very
minute. If you can sol ve it, write, us immediately. DON'T
DELAY. Address ROBINSON PUBLISH INC CO.,
24 NORTH WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
The same extraordinary features are' claimed for the
Lincoln Walking Lister as for the Lincoln Riding Lister.
Notice the Dropping Device
It is practically the same as that of the Rider. Also the
adjustable shanks. ; - "
It is no Experiment v
But has been thoroughly tried and is conceded to be
absolutely the best Lister matfe. (",,,.-"., . .v , . :
. No Slipping Sideways
When the machine is in use.' Try it and you will find it
substantially what is claimed for it. :
The Lincoln Riding Lister
SIMPLE because complicated gear drive is entirely avoided and the seed plate, instead of
being driven by a sprocket chain,"is turned by the axle of the sprocket wheel which follows
the bottom. The direct movement ' '
' Insures Perfect Dropping
CONVENIENT because the operator can, by means of an adjusting lever, with little effort
PLANT DBEI OR SHALLOW as desired, and by the interchangeable hitching" device
there is no inconvenience in having the horses walk in their proper places. ;
DURABLE because it is of comparatively LIGHT DRAFT and.on raising the bottom the
action of the hoisting lever is such that the front of the beam, and the doubletrees are
LEVEL AT. ALL TIMERS, so there is no great strain on the machine.
IF ANYONE in need of a Lister will try "The Lincoln," they will be convinced of its
points of superiority. .
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, Two-.Thlrdi ' of Stomach Gob. .
' WHHani Johnson of r Waukesha,
Wis., ha3 for years been afflicted with
stomach trouble, and finally went to a
Milwaukee hoe pi tal ,. where - Jtt was
found, that he. was suffering fromcan
cerr . An operation was performed, the
surgeon cutting- away two-thirds of
the. itomacls. Johnson Is now. up and
about and mf long will be able to eat
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The " Steel Lincoln" Gorn Planter
A Hill Drop, a Drill Drop, with Self-Winding Reel and Wire Damp
The frame is made from Angle steel. No wood about it except. the tongue. It is
light draft; does not weigh more than wood frame planter. The most durable
planter made. The MOST ACCURATE DROPPER. It is easily operated.
WIRE CAN BE DROPPED WITHOUT GETTING OFF PLANTER.
Wire is carried in frame under seat of Planter.
It can be used for checking, drilling, or hand dropping without extra attach
ments or extra expense, and is always complete to drop by hand with or without
When used as a Check Rower it drops a complete hill from the plates. It
takes but a minute to change from a hill drop to a drill or from a drill to a hill drop.
It has the most perfect self-winding Reel ever put on a planter. By a simple
nd peculiar mechanism the wire is wound back and forth over the reel head more
uniformly than can be done by hand.
If you want the most complete, easiest to handle and most perfect dropping
planter made ,
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