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THE FAHMEUS ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NER, THURSDAY , AUGUST IT, 1891.
& Very Interesting ttter flrom Chief
W. Q. Bachnan-A Pea Ptctnr ol
the Magnificent Agricultare Build-
Box. J. Bi brows, Editor Aiaiaxce,
In view of the Interest taken
by you and your organization in
all that tcnda to promote and ad
vance the interests of agriculture,
I beg to submit the following informa
tion in reference to the work of the de
partment, of agriculture, live stock
and forestry, world's Columbian expo
sition. I am glad to state that ample ac
commodations will be made In the way
of bulldinra. in which to care for the
Important interests covered by these
Careful attention ba been given to
all the details of organization, to the
preparation of the plans for the neces
sary buildings, and to the work of en
listing the co-operation and aasistan
of the various state boards of agricul
ture, and agricultural and live stock
associations and societies throughout
the world, and to the securing of ex
hibits in the various groups covered by
he above departments.
A large correspondence has boon
conducted, and the work at this date
Is sufficiently advanced to warrant the
statement that the displays In these de
partments will be among the most in
teresting and coraploto ever shown at
THE AGRICULTURAL BUILDING.
The plans for this building was pre
pared by Messrs. McKlin, Meade &
White, leading architects of New York
city, and with the exception of the Ad
ministration building it will be the
most magnificent structure on the
grounds. It will be 800 by 600 feet,
evenly classic in style, and will be
almost surrounded by lagoons, fringed
with beautiful growing plants and
flowers. The building will have five
pavilions, one at each corner and one
In the center the corner pavilions will
be 64 feet square, and the grand en
trance, 25 feet wide, leading into a
ipaclous vestibule, will face the north.
At the main entrance will bo a Corinth
ian columns, five foot in diamotcr and
forty feet high, while beyond the mass
ive columns will be the rotunda, one
hundred feet In diameter, and sur
rounded by a glass dome 130 feet.
There will be eight minor entrances,
each twenty feet wide, and the build
ing will be appropriately ornamented
with figures and rollef work designed
by celebrated sculptors.
The classification for the agricultural
department embraces eighteen groups
divided Into ninety-eight classes, cov
ering all the cereals, grasses, forage
plants, pastes, bread, sugars, starch,
tea. coffee, syrups, chocolate, confoc-
iAnnerv. notatoes and other root
crops, preserved meats and food prep
arations, fertilizers, dairy and dairy
products, cotton, wool, silk and other
fibres, mineral waters, tooacco. cigars,
cigarettes and snuff, liquors, malt
liquors, appliances for distilling and
fermenting, methods of irrigation,
drainage and general farm manage
ment, literature and statistics, und all
kinds of farm implements and tools.
THE DAIBY SCHOOL.
One of the most Interesting and
oovel features of this department will
be the proposed dairy school, which
will be in operation in a building spe
cially designed for that purpose. The
school will be conducted in the nature
of a contest In mllk-givlng and butter
making, and some throe hundred cows
o! the best dairy breeds in the world
will supply the milk. The cows will
be fed. milked, and the butter manu
factured and sold on the grounds.
The tests will be made publicly, and
visitors Interested will have an oppor
tunity of seeing the entire process of
butter-making by the mo3t approved
methods. AU the food furnished the
different breeds of cattle will be
weighed and charged against the herd
dally, and each herd will be credited
with its dally product of milk,
butter aad cheese. Manufac
turers of dairy appliances will prob
ably furnish the necessary machinery
and fixtures. The dairy building,
which will not only accommodate this
school, but also furnish space for ex
hibits of butter and cheese from all
parts of the world, will be a modest
structure of good design, fronting on
Lake Michigan, and will occupy an
area of 95 feet by 200 feet, two stories
In height, with a pleasant balcony over
looking the lake, which will be used
for a cafe or restaurant. Already two
or three of the leading cattle associa
tions of the United States have appro
priated $10,000 each, to pay part of
the expenses of maintaining on the
grouLds the best specimens of their re
Among other features, it may be
mentioned that the exhibition of ani
mal and vegetable fibres will be illus
trated. Tobacco will be shown in its
various unmanufactured and manufac
tured forms. The largest cocoa and
chocolate manufacturers in the world
will have handsome exhibits, and let
ten from the leading brewers of this
and other countries are received al
most daily, asking for information
bout space, etc.
In brief. It may be said that the
srreat agricultural building, covering
over nine acres of ground, besides ita
machinery and dairy annexes will be
stored with exhibits from every civil
ized country, constituting an epitome
of the world's progress in agriculture
and kindred industries.
LIVE 8TOCK DEPAETMENT.
The most ample preparations are be
ing made for the great live stock in
terests at the exposition. A commo
dious amphitheater fer exhibition pur
' Doses will be erected, as well as the
necessary stables, barus, hospitals, etc
The rules and regulations governing
the eligibility ef live stock for entry
are now being prepared, and while care
will be taken to secure specimens of
the best established breeds, he rules
will be sufficiently liberal to pernv t the
entry of animals from every part of the
world, which, have such characteristics
as to make them objects of interest to
visitors at as international exposition.
A letter haa been received from a rep-
MuntitivA of na of the leading live
stock associations of Germany asking
for Information about the rules gov
erning the admission of lire stock.
The live stork exhibit will probably
open to June, 1993, with a kennel
show lasting lx days, follow! in Au
gust, September ard Octotwr ey th
exhibition of hotes, cattle, sheep,
swine, iioultry. pigeons, etc. Liberal
money premiums, modal, and diplo
mas, which the ex position management
propone to offer, have already stimu
lated a widespread interest in this ex
hibit. AGBICTLTTKAL CONGRESS.
Tie agricultural and machinery
buildings will be connected by a per
istyle, which will contain a commodi
ous agricultural and live stock assem
bly hall.and also committee rooms and
office headquarters for the various
agricultural and live stock associations
and societies. In the assembly hall
lectures will be delivered, papers read,
and discussions had on subject, of in
terest to agriculturist, and stock-raisers,
participated in by men eminent In
these branches thi-ougnout me worm.
The forestry building will be a beau
tiful structure 200 feet by 600 feet, and
.n it will be installed exhibit, showing
the forest growth of the world, ar
ranged in the most interesting and at
The classification for this depart
ment embrace wood and limber in the
natural states, and in every known
commercial form of manufacture, orna
mental woods, timber prepared to re
sist decay, wood pulp, wooden ware,
forest botany, timber culture, forest
management, harvesting of forest
products, preparation and manipula
tion of lumber, maps, illustrations and
statistics. It is expected that there
will be one or more complete sawmills
in operation during the exposition.
The front of the forestry building
will consist of a long collonade made
from the trunks of trees, contributed
by the various states, showing their
representative woods, and also statis
ts of the amount of standing timber
in each state respectively.
I trust the above will give you a gen
eral Idea of what Is proposed in the de
partments under my charge. If there
is any further information which you
or your order may desire, I will be
glad to furnish it
Trusting that I may have your co
operation in the work, I am,
Yours very truly,
. W. I. Buchanan,
Chief of Department of Agrloulture,
in charge of Departments of Live
Stock and Forestry
THE lOITOR OF THE "rAllSlKV
VOILL- M V. JM'AI.L.
ALWAYS LOYAL AND TRUE.
And Yet the
Independent County Tickets.
The Kearney county independent,
met yesterday and no ninated a ticket
that will keep the old parties guessing
during the campaign. A. B. Andrews,
treasurer; A. G. Blooiufield, county
clerk; J. E. Hedlund, district judge; E
C. Smoad, judge; P. H. Dtiscoll, sheriff;
S. Canada;, superintendent; Yodler,
For clerk. G. S. Marshall; treasurer,
Samuel Kichardson; sheriff, Edward
Dorr: county superintendent, M. O.
Weed; county judge, H. 1. Barr; clerk
district court, John D. Tutt; coroner,
P. S. Galey.
For sheriff, C. M. Smith; treasurer,
J. P. Mullln; clerk, S. L. Conger; judge,
William Bowen; olerk of district court,
J. W. Lessengor; school superintend
ent, A. K. Morrow; surveyor, Frank
Phillips; coroner, H. A. Sketton.
The independents of Webster county
held their convention at Cowlcs Satur
day and nominated a full county ticket,
as follows: Clerk of the district court,
J, H. Bailey, county clerk, James Laird;
county treasurer, Chris Fassler; sheriff,
George Conn; superintendent of schools,
Mr. Hammoud; judge, Janes Duffeyj
coronor. Dr. Warrick; surveyor, Frank
County olerk.HonryTclson; treasurer,
M.E Guyer; judge, JohnAcree; sheriff,
W. J. Sly; surveyor, R. A. Conner,
commissioner, D. II. McKellar; coroner,
Dr. N. Cameron.
Clork, D. II. Doeden; treasurer,
Eugone Munn; sheriff. Warren Will-
man; county judge, O. II. Thompson;
county superintendent, Wm. Griffith;
county commissioner, Wm. Young;
coroner, C. N. Karston.
County treasurer, C. J.Wright; coun
ty judge, Wm. Marford: superintend
ent, N. O. Anderson; clerk, E. II.
Strayer; sheriff, George Gribble; sur
veyor, G. A. Kilpatrlck; coroner, J. H.
Woodward; clerk district court, Jas.
HITCHCOCK CO. INDEPENDENTS.
Met Aug. 15. L. G. Rugglcs, chair
man, ana tlom Andrews, secretary.
The following county ticket was nomi
nated: County clerk, W. K. Swaisgrod;
treasurer, E. II- Talbot; sheriff, A. I .at-
shaw; judge, J. B. O'Neal; commissioner,
W. R. Buem; coroner, J. F. McEvery.
We chose a good man for the last office.
as he will have a job immediately to sit
on the corpse of the two old parties.
Treasurer, Jerry Kenaia; clerk dis
trict court, E. F. Lamoert; county
clerk, T. H- Davis; county superin
tendent, M. Riley; county judge, T. K.
State Agent Hartley is in receipt of a
circular letter from the Chicago, Mil-
waukee & St. Paul Railway concerning
the winter coal supply that is of import
ance. Parties wishing to order coal
should do so soon as possible.
Te Those Who Rent Farms.
I will rent you farms in Nuckoli and Web
ster counties, Nebraska for oath rent at from
11.50 to 12.50 per acre per year, and at end of
Ave to ten years will give you a warrrnty
deed for land without further consideration.
10-it 3. H. Bhcoart,
!S0 0 Street. Lincoln, Nebraska.
Improved farm of ISO aores 1V4 miles
east ot Trumbull, being- 8. W. M Sec, 9, T. 8,
B. 8, Clay Co. Till, good, no enoumberancea.
For parUcalart apply to or address.
f4m RID H. XAKuALL,
Subscribe for The Alliance.
Twenty-nine yean ago I was in the
army with a young man named D. Mc-
We were members of the same regi
ment and company.
McCail was manly and intelligent and
educated far above the average private
soldier or officer.
He was a singularly pure yeung man
and never acquired any of those vices
which soldiers find m easy to catch on
to, but so bard to let go of.
Amid all the looseness and irregular
ities of camp life, he bore himself as
circumspectly as if he was living i.i a
Puritan New England town with every
body's eyes upon bim.
McCall was a man of thought and
conscience, ana entered the army an
He was a patriot down to the very
depths ot his soul, ana aid his duty as
a religious rite.
lie was no nsaii agorer. but was on
band in the front rank in every skir
mish or battle.
And yet forsooth the plutocratic news
papers charge him with uttering "trea
sonable sentiments" in a Fourth cf July
we ao not neea Mac s aeniai mat ne
did so speak, because it would be mor
ally Impossible for him to voice one
word that was not loyal io the starry
(lag and Washington's republic.
The trouble is the plutocrats hare got
up a new definition oi treason these late
ji a patriotic orator ventures to sai
that Shy'ocklsm is wrong, that the rail
ways tax the traffic more than it will
bear, and that Jay Gould and Rreke
feller are not saints in disguise, why, he
is guilty of high treason and ought to
be hung on the spot without trial.
This logic is all right from the pluto
You see they own the government,
therefore when you venture to mildly
criticise them, you are attacking the
United States and bring on the "old
This is as plain a proposition as "if
you steal a railroad or an oil well, and
get fairly away with it, the property ii
yours, and the supreme court and Pink'
erton's thugs will back you up in hold
ins on to it."
In our opinion D. McCall Is all right,
and solidif loyal to Lincoln's republic
and the great plain people ot America,
and these lying attacks of the pluto
cratio press offer "confirmation strong
as holy writ ' to support our awrma
If any reform newspaper wants an
editor of the first rank in ability and
knowledge, write to D. McCall, Ord,
Nebraska, and you are on track of one
of the very best.
It is a pleasure to speak these words
of a man whom I know to be brave,
honest and loyal in all of his relations
in life whether as soldier or citi.eu.
LE8TER C. HCBBAHD.
Chicago, Aug. 17. 181(1.
II L II IB r
FITZGERALD DRY (MODS
II HI L IV
1036 0 STREET.
Will sell yon Dry Goods, Notions. Hosiery Cloaks and Men's Furnishing Goods for less than any
Alliance agency in me siaie.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES DURING FAIR WEEK.
Good Ii. L. Iirown Muslin for 4c.
Indigo Blue; Calicos for oc.
Good unbleached cotton-flannel for 5c.
Best Cotton Shirting for 7Jc.
Table Oil Cloth . 15&
One and one-half yard wide dress
and colored, worth tbc. for.
Cloaks, Cheapest in the City.
Ladies $4. 50 Cloth Jackets for 2 98.
10.00 Plush " " 6 98.
8. 50 Fur Trimmed Jackets 4 98,
Childrens$4.50Lons Cloaks for 1 98
" C.50 " 2 98.
30 in. all wool black cashmere for otc.
40 in. extra fine wool cashmere, black and colors worth 05 for 49c.
Dress flannels from 15c a yard to 75c.
Men's Shirts and Underwear.
Men's flannel fdrirfs, worth 85c. for 49c.
" unlaundried shirts worth $1.00 for 50c.
" wool sliirts and drawers worth 75c for 43c.
- " cotton socks worth 15c. per pair for 10c.
jeans pants worth $1.50 for 98c.
Call on us. Everything marked in plain figures. No misrepresenta
tion. One price to all. Cash only.
1036 O Street FITZGERALD DRY GOODS CO.
Prompt Service Assured.
The Sullivan Transfer Co. " e epared to do
all kinds of light and heavy raying-, piano
moving, etc. Household goods and furniture
handled with safety by experienced workmen.
Make arrangement! fcr having your goods
delivered at state fairgrounds early and avoid
the rush of fair week. Ofllce oorner 11th and
O under State National Bank. Telephone 111.
Sullivan Transfer Co.
Old Soldier Bids Farewell to Soup
Mr. F. P. MoMillon, of Frontier county, an
old soldier who was getting very .thin and
poor in eonseqeenen of hit teeth. He had
been unable to eat anything but spoon victu
als and hash for several years. After ex
hausting the dental skill of the west he came
200 miles to Dr. Burr as and got a line set of
teeth that he could eat with, and went home
20 yoars younger. 7tf
Leesefc Stewart, 231 S. 11th St.
To Members of School Boards
Fine Hog Sale.
I will sell at public cuction on Tues
day, September 22, 1801, at ruy farm
two and a half mlleR northeast of Noligh,
Antelope county. Neb., about 150 head
of thoroughbred Poland China and small
Yorkshire swine, young and old, male
and female. We furnish no fancy
piotures to impress you that we own all
the best hogs. This will be the largest
hog sale ever held if the state and will
include many line show animals some
of which have takea premiums at our
state fair. There will also be our entire
lot of Plymouth Rock fowls of both
sexes among the offerings. Early
lunch at noon. Sale begins at 13 o clock
sharp. We will run teams from Neligh
up to 11 o'clock on day of sale. Terms:
Six months time on good security at 10
ter cent interact. Five Der cent off for
cash. Turtles wanting time must bring
recommendations from bankers.
L. H. Suteh, Trop.
Col. F. M. Wooi8, Auc.
A Costly Game of Baccarat.
"Did you ever hear how the Mar
quia de Caur lost Patti? said a Rus
sian gentlemen who was in Chicago a
short time ago. ''He lost her through
his passion for cards," he went on,
"and baccarat was tho game. Ivo, he
did not make a bet of her; but her
running of! with Nicolini was a result
of the noble husband's gambling.
"It wad at St. Petersburg, where
Patti waB singing, that the rupture
occurred. The Marquis was intro
duced at the Yacht Club, where high
play at baccarat was going on. Here,
as at the Jockey Club in Paris, a visi
tor is given unlimited credit, tho mem
ber who introduced him being respon
sible. "The Marquis lost many thousonds
of francs more than he could raise
next day; so he took his wile's casket
of jewels and placed it in the hands of
his creditors. These were Russian
officers. They at once returned the
jewels to the diva, sending a note to
the effect that they could not accept
as the spoils of fortune the jewels
which had been earned by a woman.
"This disgusted Patti with her
noble marquis and it was immediate
ly afterward that the world heard
that she had eloped with the tenor."
Notice is hereby (riven, tUat by virtueof an
orderf sale issued by the Clerk of the Dis
trict Hurt of the second Judicial District of
Nebraska, within and for Lancaster County,
In an action wherein A. H. Weir & Company
is plaintiff ana wtuiatn u. Turner, u. u. uruuo
and George K. Blgelow (partners as Brace
Blirelow), Ezra T. Vance, Milton L. Treeter,
Willlm J. Hitker. John B. Graham, Baird
Brothers, T. F. Tlmmons, C. N. Dietz and
John Forborger are defendants, I will a 2
o'clock p. m., on the 1st day of Beptember, A.
D. 1N11, at the East door of the Court House
in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County,
Nebraska, effar far sale at publio auction the
following desorlbed real estate, to-wit:
Lot nineteen !!, In block three (J) in Madi
son Sou are addition to the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster County, Nebraska.
Given under my hand this the 28th day of
July, A. D. 1891. Sam McClav,
' 7-5t Bherlff.
Will hold my first annual publio sale at my
farm 4 i-2 miles southeast of Ashland, Friday
September 25, 1801. Will have about seventy
nve flrst-olass pigs. Parties from a distance
will find convej ance at depot to and from
farm. 10-6t F. N. Mclkrtz,
F. M. WOODS. Auctioneer.
If you have any land or improped farms for
sale or exchange for Lincoln property or for
anvthiiiff else send us your list and we will
rfve vou a trade. We make farm lr ans at 6
percent. Sec us. Holquist Bros.,
ll-lin Beal Estate an T'a 00
Corner 15th and 0 Streets Lincoln, Nob.
It any of the Alliance neepie want goou
teeth made during the state air nr. a. r.
Burr us. 1208 O street is the man that knows
how to make them. It
We agree to sell you all School Books at 7 per cent aliove Publisher's contract prices. In
asmuch aa we make no charge for boxes or drayage we believe you will save money by placing
your orders with us. Remember we are 500 miles nearer you than any publisher, therefore you
not only save from four to five days time after ordering books, but great expense in freight and
express charges. We also wish to call your attention to our school supplies etc., and we guar
antee the prices to be as low as you can buy elsewhere. We trust you will correspond with us
before placing your orders.
A. T. LEMING & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Books, Stationery v Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1106 0 AND 118 N. ELEVENTH STREETS,
WARER00MS, 1815 0 STREET. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
. E. SHAW, Prest.
D. U. BRACK.
. A. WELLS, Cash.
W. E. TAYLOR.
Transacts General Banking Business,
est paid on Deposits.
C E Shaw, J Z Brlscoo, P A Wells, H H Dear,
C White, D L Brace, J Albert Wells.
A -. LYIBT -. STORE
May claim to be
THE ONLY ALLIANCE STORE IN THE WEST
The Western School Coriesponaence.
Fanner's boys and girls attention. You
can take lessons In arithmetic algebra, book
keeping, shorthand, grammar, etc, through
the U. S. mail, Tuition only J per term ui
twelve weeks for any branch. 8end for cir
Money Savers for the People.
Michigan City, Ind., Sept. S3, 'SO.
Messrs. H. R. Eagle & Co.,
68 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.
I want to say that I have bought gro
cerie3 frjm you for seven years, and al
ways got good goods and saved money
Should be clad to have other members
patronize you, and know you will please
them. W. H. Freeman,
Ex-Chairman Grievance Committee,
Division 800 B. of L. E.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved farms in south eastern Ne
braska from three to five years at 6 per cent
interest. I also want to purchase school
bonds. Call on or aaaress,
JOSEPH J. KELLY.
Richards' Block. -3m Liacoin, jeu.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids lor
the erection of a school house In schoo oib
trictNo. 37, in North Bluff precinct will be
received by the scnooi ooaru or mu uisinui.
Plans and specifications for said bulidlnican
be found at the residence of Mr. A. D. K nf,
moderator, on 8. W. U section 7. T. 11. K. ..
All bids muBt be received on or before bept.
5th, 1H1. and the board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Signed,
A. D. Kino, Moderator
Jeremiah Nolan. Director.
F. J. Roo ebs, Treasure r.
Dated Aug. 24, 1891. W2t
BREEDER of Aberdeen
Angus cattle of the
Keillor-Watson BorU; coiu
Dosed of Princess, Favor
ite, Mayflower, Kinoohtry
D..n... u rhn on munir DHUB reaay ior
service for sale at prices within the reach of
all persons wanting a "dehornor. Write or
come and see me. Mention this paper. 11 4t
TIPS ON SHOES
But you're too well posted to be takenin by any such talk as that.
You know that the old reliable firm of W. R. BENNETT & CO., Omaha, has built up
a trade that extends all over the west, and is second to none in this part of
the country. Those who have traded with us know why our business is
ever on the increase. It's because we always do just exactly what.
we say we'll do, and use every endeavor to maise a person wno is
once a customer always a customer. Everything sold by us is ful
ly warranted to be exactly as represented, and our cus
tomers know that Bennett's prices are the lowest.
Here are a few just as a sample.
Mule Matches, per box 01
Clothes pins, per doz 01
Scouring soap "2
Lemon extract 05
Largo bottle blue 05
Can of Star lye 05
Can Oil sardines 5
Crackers per lb w
Vanilla extract 08
Can Salmon 10
" Cove Oysters io
Three sacks salt 10
Seven bars Fern Soap 25
Eight bars B. B. soap 25
Humes? snaps 01
1 hole mouse trap 01
Nutmeg grater '. 01
Tacks per box 01
If you come to the city drop ii and see us; we'll make your call a pleasant one
wWhnr vnn want, to hnv anv'.hini? or not. We want to make your acquaintance.
We find that nearly every time we make an acquaintance we make a customer.
. ,1 I'll C J - 1 U . -, Innnntta in noir a
Stove Lid lifter 03
Currv comb 03
Fire Shovel 04
Rolling Pin 05
Stove Polish., Rising Sun 05
Large, strainer 03
Boy's knife 05
Wood-rim seive 10
Bottle Castor oil 03
' Machine oil 05
" Vaseline 05
Glycerine Soap 05
Ammonia, pt. oottles 08
Porous plasters ' 10
Box pills 10
Hoyt's cologne 2C
Everything in this department at bed
You are going to buy Shoes
I have Boots for You and the
Shoes for romping school
Shoes for every one in the
TRADE WITH ME BECAUSE I
CAN DO YOU GOOD.
ED. G. YATES,
iipp o Street. 1129.
Yon can save enough on just a small bill of goods bought at Bennett's to pay a
rnoH m nv intlps of railroad fare. But if vou can't come aoail us your order.
We sell nearly everything on earth, and if you don't know from your own ex-
periei. ee that all our prices are lower than any body else's just ask some of your
neighbors. Some of them are our customers and they're a better advertisement
than a newspaper. Send for our price list.
W. R.BENNETT CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries, Mrae, Dns, Fnitoe, Boots nil Sloes, 1.
1508 to 1514 Capital Ave.
Who Invented and
grave to the farmers the
art of dehorning their
Is It any wonder then that he has the only
.afe and sure medicine to stop horn growth
on calves. Send a stamp for a thousand tes
timonials In its favor. It mat es no sore head
and is always ture. Prion. 75 oui per bottle
post paid, and enough for 75 calves.
Ll Adf-reea, H. H. HAAFF, Chicago. IU.
Is the estimated loss to
the Farmers in the
Unitel States from
All of which can be saved by the purchase of
Dr. D. L Snediker's
Book on Hog Cholera.
It tells you the CAUSE, why and when. It
tells you how to PREVENT and CORK the
disease, bot'j in Hogs and Poultry. It tolls
how to set eggs to raise Pullets or Cockrels.
If any purchaser of this book does not feel
they have had value reoeived, we will refund
their money. We refer you te the editor of
this paper and (our Bauks in Emporia,
Stamps not taken.
Address, Dr. D. L.SNKDIKF.R.
Price, Sl.OO. Jimporia, Kan.
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