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THE FAKMERS' ALLIANCE, LlXCObX, JSKU., THUKSDAV, JUNE 11, 181)1
FAE5T AND HOUSEHOLD.
IMPORTANCE OF BIDDING ANI
MALS OF VERMIN.
Of AU tb tat, tiM WrM ! Tka that
- latss (twr-rarmgrap'. PoUt
. are tor tb FanMr aa
iMk After Ttmlfc
Whenever a farmer discovers that
hti poultry and lire clock are boinj
devoured by vermin mere is out ooe
coarse for him to pursue It be would
be robbed of ell profiU Irora farming,
and that to kill the Term i a. Vermin
pestered stock can no more yield a
profit than wood -choked vegetables.
The pretence of vermin to the presence
of disease. It amount to an attack
from titanic microbes. Ii the farm
er does not destroy these microbes
they will very toon financially destroy
Mm The way to get rid of poultry
vermin has been too many times told
in these columns to need repetition
here. That way to always easy. With
the kind that preys on sheep it to dif
ferent Owing to the thick, warm
fleece which covers them, sheep are
more subject to vermin than other ani
mals, and for the same reason the ver
min to harder to pet at Oranpe Judd
The three worst posts that trouble
them are the sheep tick, sheep louse
and scab mite which to somothlng sim
ilar to the itch mite that attacks the
hands of dirty people. Crazier says
that if a lock of wool from a scabby
sheep is laid upon a theft of white
paper there will be seen particles
which look like moving dust Thcss
are scab mites. They are terrible in
their ravages. They burrow Into the
ani'"a' skin under the wool and set up
a running sore. The sore becomes
covered with a scab and the wool peels
Off. ' The itching to intolerable. The
suffering creature rubs itself against
fences and trees in it efforts for relief,
and it leaves wool and mites scattered
along its way, and the next sheep that
. comes past there will get the infection.
When wool from a scabby sheep to sold J
and passes into the hands of wool sort
ers, the mite attacks their bonds and
frequently produce wool-sorters' itch.
It to to be dreaded more than any other
scourge of sheep breeders, except
perhaps, dogs, and for this reason
must be guarded against vigilantly.
The moment a sheen in a flock to seen
to be losing its wool and rubbing
itself against posts and buildings
examine it at once, to see if
there to not a scab where the rubbing
and bare spots are. If so, separate it
from the rest of the flock, and give it
a dip into a mixture composed of four
ounces of tobacco stems, or coarse to
bacco and one of sulphur, stirred and
steeped thoroughly in a gallon of
boilieg water. This should be the
proportion, and the quantity used
should be sufficient to cover the sheep
all over except the head. The liquid
should be hot when the animal is
dipped not less than 129 degrees.
Rub the scab entirely off with a corn
oobor a coarse cloth. In two weeks
repeat and dip and the animal will be
cured. The loss from the scab mites
to the sheep raisers can not be calcu
lated. Sometime! whole flocks are de
stroyed. Asa precautionary measure
many extensive sbeop farmers practice
dipping tholr flocks twice a year in a
sulphur and tobacco decoct ion, onoe at
hearing time and again in the fall
TJie same decoction of sulphur and
ttfbacoo will destroy two other trouble
some pests of sheep, the tick and louse.
When the shoep are shorn In , tho
spring, the ticks and lice leave them
nd crawl off upon the lambs, which
they torment till the helpless creatures
sometimes die. The sheep tick to
about the size and color of the insocto
that infest the beds of slovenly human
creatures. It sucks sheep's blood just
as the other unnamed nasty little beast
sucks the blood of human beings.'
Teach tbe Hart to Stand. .
A spirited har that has never been
taught to stand except when secured
to the rack to a dangerous animal to
drive. Torhaps next to becoming un
manageable from fright this causa to
the source of more accidents and in
convenience than any other bad traits
found among horses. Such a horse is
in constant danger of running away
while the driver, after untying him,
steps back to enter the vehicle, or in
passing through a gate when he trios
to close It Instances can be recalled
where life was endangered in this way.
for the horse either wheeled suddenly
before the reins could be secured, or
in the confusion they were tossad out
of reach of the driver.
Bad habits among horses can best
be broken before the animals are very
old, for It requires much more perse
verance to reform an old horse than it
does to prevent a young one from
needing reforming. The horse should
understand that whoa moans to stop
whether the driver enforces the order
by drawing the reins or not
The Scientific American gives the
fur rutins direction for ft roaralion or
paint to apply to shingles of a roof, to
preserve the shingles, andsas a guard
against fire, in other word he Is
about to build a home, and wishes
to dip or paUit the shingles with some
kind of paint that will both preserve
them and be proof ?nlnl catching
Ore from spark. Dissolve In a barrel
of hot water sulphate of sine, 8t) ,.
alum, 5(0 . t raiatlle potash, H ft.,
tnanganlde oxide, H tha,, and add stil
phurie acid. tb. l'avk the shintrb
liMHwlv in another barnd and fill with
the ll'H'U. holding the shltik'ie under I
fill up me nrn oarreJ
also with shlnlo. soak for three
hour and ptle to dry, and repeat until
ail the shingle are fireprWaU. After
the house U shingled pwliil with oxide
l iron of paint tempered a ltd other
tuln.ral rvior ia tnilUd linseed oil, and
atlssd to suit jour taste as to shade uf
folof, ..,.,,,. . ' '
Oasly m4 tl,
tVweihlnf depend, of course, en
skill In snaking tr"h butter to awka
tour Aatrjtftg pay, but leore itd
a having g-4 cow. The friwr
WR La ow that nue fK'J pound
flip." u ur4 t aiply
t , f -J Z Mw w"wry Is make
r " ' anWle ol t.iwr. lie woe
t rws that not yield awn
C j 1 (So! ft eaayrt tuebe
r i r bt,:r. wa. h pnwwu
C . j tl f-4 Sauvit hstwlttvffur and
( - t I - -A Villi SH4li pJvdil' t
t H. Tb tfd rtiMita hi-i Is got-4,
. i ti ll$. liM-(jf . ewi,"
Get pool cows for milk and butter.
That to always the i! rst and mort im
portant ftep toward good dairyinc.
That taken all the rest naturally fol
lows. Ktparioseata la Harat febaelaf.
In England experiments are to be
made by a few small bands of horses
in army service. Six are to be taken
to b shod fore and hind o the near
side with machine-made shoes, six
others with home-made shoes identical
in pattern, weight and dimensions.
These horses are then to be ridden on
the high road a distance of fifteen
miles a day for tea days. Four horses
tf artllery will be shod in the same
manner and worked in draught After
this a report on the relative value of
the two descriptions will be made.
Thto to a good move, and we presume
it will be followed by other horses in
different servieo till all these are thor
oughly experimented. Am. Stockman.
What Will Im Hate f
New F.ngland Farmer: The earth
will produce something overy growing
season, and a man ho it in his power
to determine in a large moaure wheth
er that shall bo grass or brtwlj; fruits
and grains or weeds, wool, mutton,
beef, poultry, butter, cheese or cord
wood and lumber. We have thousands
of acres producing coarse grais, weeds
and brush which should be producing
a finer vegetation, which in its turn
should return something more desir
able and morn profitable than white
blrchoj and huckleberry bushes usually
If salt U properly applied, batter will
not absorb mors salt than is necessary to
preserve it through the summer. If but
ter has been worked too dry, so that tb
salt will not absorb, the dairyman will
havs butter that is too salt. Halt does
not preserve butter it only seasons it.
Quicker and hotter separation may be
secured by adding water to the milk la
summer. It is absolutely necessary to
add water in the fall and winter. When
the milk is vicious, and below the normal
temperature, , add warm water when
you set it to ereaiu.
Butter Is injured where be 1 put into
the cream. Hueh a practice always in
jures the color of the butter. Saltpetre is
an antiseptic and serves to prevent decay,
but It U uot best to put into butter. It
may do when put in immediately, but but
ter is better without it
. The I'oultry 1'ea.
It will be a good plan to mark the eggs
intended for batching when tbey are laid
so that a tsack ran iw kept of their age.
Young turkeys are voracious esters, and
almost anything In the line of animal or
vegetable diet will not com amiss.
lli meat scraps from the table can al
ways be used te a good advantage - In
making up a good variety to feed tb poul
If you have one or two good breed of
fowls it will be better to work to improve
them than to be seeking after something
Even with young poultry it will be best
to feed all of the fattening food they will
eat for a few days before sending to
If turkey are fed only once a day let it
be in the morning, rather titan at night;
with a good rang they generally have
full crop at night.
Duck are easily hatched, and if prop
erty managed are easily railed, more so
than either turkey or chickens, and tbey
are an excellent table fowl
The age at which chickens should be
marketed depends upon tb price, Home
time it i best to sell them young, while
at other it will pay to feed until tbey are
Hints te Housekeeper.
Long bag, the full length of dress or
cloak, with banging loot at top, save
creasing as well a from dust and moths.
When making white cakes, ue one-half
teaspoon mors of cream tartar than soda,
as this extra quantity of cream of tartar
makes the egg white stiner,
Castor oil may tie comfortably taken in
hot milk, in a half-wineglass of weak
punch, in hot water sweetened and highly
flavored with essence of peppermint or
Salt makerel should be welt washed in
tepid water, the thin, black skia on the
inside scraped out, the head and tail cut
off, and the fish soaked skin side up over
night in a large pan full of cold water.
Very thick cream should be beaten with
fork. As fast as the froth is beaten
skim it off. To mold whipped cream add
dissolved gelatiue; one-third of a box to
one pint of thin cream, before whipping,
is a Rood jirojiortion. to which other in
gredients, as sugar and Savoring, are to
An authority counsels us to wipe our
faces upward after wahiag them, partic
ularly when the evil day draw nigh that
bring those first Indication of age wrin
kles on the lower part of tb face. By
usiug Invariably the upward motion in
dryiug. these wrinkles will be gently re
moved, and with it Uie tendency to undue
fullneii about the chin.
!.lT-fttock and Farm Notes.
Iteaiove all uanecessary fencing. .
The Scotch pine makes a good wind
break. Keep fruit trees trimmed from the be
giuuing. It U always better to thin the fruit than
to prop ths tree.
A row uty tie large and yet uot tie a
a profitable beet animal.
It Is not generally a good plan to rely
wholly npon a new varioty of corn.
Ui'iiicmUer that good grade stock ha
the advantage of srruU la every way.
If st front any of ths vegetables la to
M av4, it should be only of the eartimt
Verttllicr that contain a good per rent
or putiutt, give tt bat result wha i
plied tu siilmll fnilU.
luiformity tu U. culor aJ Weight
wut aM In lb value of a lut of hog wbd
they are rra4y to market
? Liquid ruaiiar ran often I IUmI to
plant ether It Is ilrirel to amtir au
lr growth, Ith gnod resttlU,
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lur.; It ts ar.ny gm mvmm v lu au
litma runsnsM iu a n, ary ll.
lMa flo In kfi't pUattiHl, Wri aad
tarouga rullifstwa. are tb suttal
aewswsry la gniag UlpuUh.
la k'ia( aa atwent with a gmwUf
eross ta tk with la sm ml Ium
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I lb tu alas twwtlis rt(ilr4 te
fl a ef atarhet hum Ha tu Ma
vf IUw sh mUl U s(nl lis g.w4 (ilitrt.
tiriiv vhis aaiwaW t a u
rstara fr ft-.lt nsunswj ibaa ibw ebw b
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tkf aee-l a eMaan f ilre em
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FOR YOUTHFUL SEA DECS.
SUBJECTS THAT WILL INTEREST
THE YOUNO PEOPLE.
A King In a Tort oie-She!! Bon
ing For Boy's Bad Company
A Spelling Match The
A King In a Tortoise-CheiL
The cradle that a queen fcliould
cIioom for Iter princely little baby
must Lea very prand affair, don't
you think so? Perhaps made of choice
or costly word, or even of precious
metal. In either case it must you
think, be nioHt beautifully shaped.
and perhaps carved with figures of
sweet little cherubs watching over the
favored mortal baby aslie sleeps soft
ly amid his clouds of fine linen and
That may all le. What made me
think of it was something I beard a
traveller tell about within a few days.
Tliia traveller had lately come from
F'ance. While (n that country lie
visited the town of Pau, among the
Pyrenees mountains. In this town
high up, looking over the valleys,
stands an old, Old catlle, dark and
gray and gloomy. It was built in the
olden days w hen there was much fight
ing, and nobles and princes liad to
live incust leti, with walls made so thick
and strong to keep out their enemies
that the blcHHed sunlight was kept out
too, and the big rooms and halls were
dark and drnmnl enough. Here in
this castle of Pau in the year 1553,
said the traveller, lived the old King
of,Navarre, and here, in the same year
was born Lis grandson Henry, Prince
of Navarre, Thfterwards known the
world over al Henry the Great, King
of France and Navarre. He was call
ed great not only because lie knew
liow to head t lie armies of im king
dom, fiphting his enemies, but because
lie loved Ms people and tried to make
them happy and prosperous as well
ho Ins people loved him, and after
his deatli they cherished everything
that belonged to hint with the great
est care. Here, in his castle of Pan,
is still treasured the cradle in which
the rovnl Imliv was rocked to rpxt.
It is a cradle made all of tortoise
Shouldn't you think it would break
very easily? It would if it were thin
ana polished tortoine sbull, like a girl's
dainty bracelet, which is as brittle as
glass; but there is little danger of this
royal cradle meeting any such fate
no more danger than if the shell
were still on the back of the
turtle, its first owner! The shell is
not polished or altered in any way.
It was taken from the back of the big
sea-turtle (which had carried itso.long
and thought liiinwelf so safe in liia
stout shell-house), and was cleaned
and turned over on his back.
Then only a little blanket was laid
in it,Jor the young prince of Navarre
was not brought up delicately, and in
his very orndle was tattulit to lie
wrapped in a rottuli blanket, instead
of on soft cushions, amid luxurious
linen and lace.
The traveller did not tell the friend
with whom he was talking whither or
not the turtle-shell cradle was mount
ed on rockers. If not, how could the
cradle have been rocked without giv
ing the poor little baby a most terrible
A little dot who was walking witn
the traveller and his triend, said that
he didn't think the little Prince Henry
had half so comfortable a time of it
as his own little baby brother nt
home; and I shouldn't wonder if that
were true. Hut perhaps, after all it
isn't good for babies to be quite so
comfortable. It may be more babies
would grow up to be strongand hardy
men and women if they were not
treated quite so tenderly at fust. St.
A Spelling Match.
Our young readers who are interest
ed in "puzzles" will like to try their
orthographical powers on the follow
ing, it contains as many words uit-
tlctilt to spell ns it is posf-ible to put
in a given spnfe. Lut some one rend
it to tins company, each member ol
which is to write it down, and then
let the papers be examined for errors,
and the prize (of course there ought to
be a prize) given to the best speller:
The most skillful ganger 1 ever knew
Was a maligned cobbler, armed with a
poniard, who drove a peddler's wagon,
using a mullein stalk n an instrument
of coercion to t yrannizeover his pony
shod with calks, lie was a (Salilean
fadducee, and he had n phthisicky
rntarrh, diphtheria and the bilious
intermittent erysipelas. A certain
Sibyl, with the sobriquet of "Gypsy,"
went into evxtiicitu ol emhimmtion at
seeing him measure a bushel oi pens,
and m' in rate sno harmed tomatoes
from a heap of jweled pot n toes, with
out dyeing or singeing the ignitible
queue which he wore, or becoming
paralyzed with a hemorrhage. Lift
ing her eyes to thecviting of the cupola
of the t apitol to conceal her unparal
leled enibni rn-Miit-ht , milking a rough
rotirteay, nnd not harassing him with
inystifying, ratifying and atu)Hf.ving
iimueudoris. she gave him A cotteh, a
boqnet of lillifMuigttoiU'ttt aiulhu lis
las, a t rrnt im on mttemonics, n copy of
theApotTypha iii hieroglyi'hu's.dngiicr
reot)'H' t( Mi'iuli UKhn uivl Kom i
ttsko, a knU'Uiowopc, a driutt-phinl of
ipci'Ai'tiaiiha, a tcnomfutof)Mtpthit,
lor ilvtchbj purpnam, a ferrule, a clart-tuit-t,
ooine li-nt, a wurvinvle, a car
lU'lUn of iiyitimi-trii ui proportions, a
rhrwtiometer with a movable bnUiHe
whwsi, a bos of domino' and a cate
chism. The li-mcrr, who wa aU a
tratlw king iwttiit-r and a prtruUnuT
ol mine ptrft riling a Mh surtout
hi vlioi. wa rTi rahW to a va ilUt
it. 4 fUYasioitAity-oceiirriUji ulmsyn.
rraiyj, wdully uttirvdlhlvaptitiivgtii;
'l.U ts ih kt-rs; Ik it . hunt. apo
tiy, brwy and iil.tin.v shall te pun
U1mh." 'I'tio ?i.t)l aHi!tftttiglv an
vrd: 'Hi- is a rnti,i an,) sllo
ble f.iVrstve Wtrf a vvitrrrabie
flii ami a tvi)Ulnk Sirw:."
V rfjd'sNst iti inn h . iu-l liitpuoing
bet wpu Km.
Aymtngkidy of sUWvu, whl ha
b.ni pttusly brought up, was hki'l
lo a M'tf t bWU tTi a.n wo ol
timUuUnl ililhh'l Svlttitiirtit !
lHi.t 10 ! itrvwttt. ir (slier
lb t l !) Iter gMrtf,
'I know, papa, sh sail "they
peak against the Bibla and ngainst
Ji-sus; but you can I quite sure they
will do me no harm. I can't lielp
that: but I shall not alio then to
affect me in the least."
"My child," said her father, invent
ing an excuse for the sudden request,
"my work can't be interrupted; I
have need of a coal; will you be kind
enough to fetch me one?"
"I)o you want a live coal, papa?"
' "No-one that is dead-burned out."
The coal was brought. The young
lady had brought it in htr hand.
"Didn't it burn you, my child?"
asked the father.
"Wliy, no, papa how could it? . It's
"Of course it couldn't; but look nt
your hand, Florence."
"Oh, papa, how black my fingers are'
I must go and wash I hem."
"Wait a moment, Flossie; here is a
little lesson for you while you are
waMhing them. It is this: 'Compan
ionship with the wicked ami worldly
may not necessarily burn you and de
stroy you, but it will certainly soil
you.' Kemcmber all your life time
what the apostle says: 'Evil commu
nications corrupt good manners.' "
Boxing For Boys.
There is absolutely nothing in the
way of recreation so benelical in every
respect to a boy as boxing. I am
positive and I know whereof I write,
for ns a boy and man I have tried
them all, fencing, wrestling, rowing,
. . s
swimming, ruling tnat no one oi
them has the many advantages of
boxing. As an all-round develowr it
is unequalled; not one of the boy's
muscles remains inactive; back stom
ach, legs, arms, all are colled upon tori
vigorou service. Hut what I consid
er its best feature in its rccomenda-
tion for boys is the very thorough
drilling which the disposition of the
bov must undergo. It a lad is ntucic
to lose his temper, boxing will cure
him; it mil teach him that no one
who lets his temper get the best of
him will become an expert sparrer;
it will speedily convince him of the
ubsolute neccessity of keeping cool
and in entire possession of his wits in
order to sustain his efforts and avoid
defeat. The boxer who can not con
trol his temper is practically at the
mercy of a cool skillful opponent.
One can hot spar successfully and be
come flustered. A boxer must ever
be on the alert, his wits constantly
alive, looking for an opportunity of
assaults; he must be able to act in
stantly, and with cool deliberation,
as distinguished from wild, undirected
action Harper's Young People.
The New Horae.
Jack was the new horse, whose com
ing into the stable was the talk of the
day, for within a week Jack had got
ten away from his master, run several
miles, and smashed a carriage into
Harry always led the horses from
their stalls down to the water trough,
and saw that they drank all they
wanted, and led thein , back again.
Harry was big enough to do such
tasks, "but not big enough to under
stand ' what a fiery-tempered horse
Harry went to Jack's stall, took the
halter strap in his hands, and started
for the water trough. Jack was in
lii?lt glee. Ho reared np n his hind
legs, layed down and rolled and kicked
ns high as the barn-yard fence.
Just as .his hind feet went up he
seemed to see little Hair' trembling
violently at the end of his halter strap.
He stopped suddenly, walked quietly
to the trough, drank, and let Harry
lend him back to his stall without an
And then Harry'sfather.hisbrother
Tom, and Jim, the hired man, breath
ed more easily. Harper's Young Peo
ple. . . '
The Soudan Raven.
In Soudan the respect for the "bird
of the shade" is unbounded. He is
endearingly known to the Arabs ns
their "uncle," and they are more ex
orbitant in exacting blood-money for
his chance slaughter by the hand of
the stranger than if it were really the
relative in question. Shoot their
dove, their ostrich, Hieir varied scav
engers of the vulture kind their once
sacred ibis even and they grin and
bear it: but once aim a bolt nt the
"Noah bird" and a hundred lean but
ninsiutlar brown arms will be raised,
and the bereaved, whtte-teethed rela
tives will gesticulate and shout around
you, whfle they explain how black
fined was your accidental crime.
Apart from this, the raven, with its
jetty plumage, will always be a point
of interest in the Soudan, from the
strong contrast he presents to the or
dinary "desert colored birds which
preserve a neutral tint of gray or fawn,
which renders them almost invisible.
All The Year Hound.
Young Folk's Fun.
There are three things that Wat a
drum for noise. one i a small tioy,
and the other two are druiusticks.
"How is it your Tommy is so small
for his ge, Mr. lSrigg?" "(, the
little dear alnava was a shrinking
child," rxtlaimed his mother.
Aunt! "Iiidn't yon get another
thrashing in m hool today?" Johnnyi
"Yes, indeed I did; but it didn't hurt
a bit." Aunt; "Iridyouvry?" Johnny!
"Ye. 1 bl!red like vciy thing; tail I
only ditl it to humor the ton her. ,
"My little girl, how do you wear out
your drr sleeves so fust?" asked a
mother whtii her child came home
from sj'hool with rent imdtr hr
arm, "in-a U' holding up my hand
so nun h to let the ta'hr kttosv I ran
an it tli n'trst tons," was the qiiit-k
"Oa, what a tharming plant:" ev
eiaimed a Uitor, vd hi hotva rv
pJad, "Yit lhti) to tlx WgonU
family," ' Why, tin, wann'i." tai.l
the vit disugtoer; "U In to
tlw llrit Irtii ily, and tiwy hmt it to
M h'f tKettenitigf' .
A bt Me grt wW fca 1 mastered hf
ratshUnt toaf4 W!t dap
point d, "Wvauso," ahesaid, "thosh
I obey the Kith commandment and
honor my ap and mamma, )t my
.U) erv : abitlonr In the lati i,
Untitle am put 10 11 at mvw
ARDY & PITCHER
One of the Labgest Stores in the State.
We are always glad to show goods and give prices
and would be pleased to have you call when in the
WE ISSUE A CATALOGUE
Which will be forwarded on application.
HARDY & PITCHER.
209, 211, 213 S. llth St.
1528 O Street.
CAN SERVE E00 AT A SINGLE MEAL
SALARY $25 PER WEEK.
WANTED Good Agents to soli our
Genera I line of merchandise. No peddl
ing. Above salarr will be oald to " live"
agents, for further Information, address,
ITS West Van Buran St.. Cblnairo. 111.
Carter & Bailey,
125 18823 KorHi 16th St.. Uncoil. Kit.
Butter, agfa, cheese, potato, poultry
hay, grata and lire stock.
fam Produce a Specialty.
M Reference: Flrrt National Bank.
j. eitirin a. got,
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Every description" of blacksmitbing and
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A BETTER DAY
J. A. EDCERTON,
Consisting of thirteen Poems Suitable tor
Every Alliance should have a copy.
Price in leather 25c. Paper 20c.
40 f Address this office.
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Come in or write and tell u what you want.
P. 8. We have no agent In the
state but deal directly with tbe
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Address, Alliance Pcb. Co.,
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Home and Irrigated Farm, Harden and
Orchards In the Celebrated hear Klfir
Valley enthe Main Line of the Union
Tactile and Central Pacflo ft. K. near
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im of Blulifitvi. Blailistii, II.
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CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO.
176 West Van Buren 8t Chicago, III. ,
American Liye Stock
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IS CO-OPERATIVE AND SELLS
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SOUTH, OMAHA, - - NEBRASKA.
CARR SOAP '-.WORKS,
Toilet Soaps i
HARD WATER COCOA.
MEDICATED 1AR. 44tf
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THE PERKINS WIND MILL
a i kA7
1 the McMest Itonntag .
H luil Milt now UaUm.
BUT IT! TRY IT!
After year ef sueee la tne manuiav
Urenf Wiad Mil,, we nave lately mal a
eonpleteehanaa la our mill, an part belni
bulil Hnniti and better Rnipniilunrd and a
elf lulirlvant busbln piiwmt tn all b4isea lo
save tb aurehaser froia oiiml.ii hita low.
em ta oi lit, Tbe tame prtnviji of if (o.
rnln rei!nH. itery part ot Ike Mill, tul.
ly w KK VNTIO, and wi.i run wlteoul nak
In a mil,
Tbe reputation fata by lb Perhlu Mil
ta tbe pmi bastiuiueml annie unaorupuloua
prrMin una nut lb will nt ra to Uka
vr4Mn4 apply It lo an Ibfertur aud B
l dMwlire4. tau iwniiina untos sasiapMl
a below, w mauuraiaur buta punptn
fT""4 B'". tank pump !.. and
erai Wind Mill upptl. IIimmI aau waiaV.
eit, P4 fr rataje ni n-. 41
l-SHKOs, H1U Mil I. At (it.,
MeatkMt taia' Auumii,
BARiER It rOWLER,
s Mlt f tba aaa4ar4 I'srklns Mil.
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