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THIS ALLIANCE -IN DEPENDENT.
JANUARY 18 1894 ,
TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL
LESoON III, FIRST QUARTER, INTER"
" NATIONAL SERIES, JAN. 21.
ful ml the Vftvnm, Ga. Iv, J-1 3 M.na-
mrj Tersee Gold Tail, Hefc.
Si, 4 On. as. ataxy by
th. BT. D. M.
S. "And in process of time (at tbe end of
fay 4) It came to past tnat Cain brougtit or
tbe fruit of tbe ground ao off erlug unto tbe
Lord." It is probable tbat somewhere
ear tbe eaat of the garden of Eden, before
the presence of tbe Lord, manifest in tbe
lamina sword between tnecberubira, was
the, place where they came to worship Je-
kovah (Ki. xzr, 23; I'm. im, i; xcn, i. it
Bay be tbat up to this time Adam bad
Keen in tbe bablt of offering sacrifice on
behalf of bla children, aa did Job In later
days (Job i, 8). This offering of Cain may
aart been tbe beat be bod, but it laclted the
asenUal element of blood, sJipiifying a life
kid down. Compare chapter 111, 21, with
Ler. xvil, 11; Heb. Ix, 23.
4. "And 'Abel, be sIno brought of the
firstlings of bis flock and of tbe fat there
of. And tbe Lord bad respect unto Abel
and to bis offering." Here is obedience, for
it is written tbat by faith he did this (Heb.
xl, 4), and Inasmuch as faith conieth by
Bearing, and bearing by the Word of God
(Rom, x, 17) there must have been some
command of God which Abel obeyed in
bringing this sacrifice. It Is probable that
tbe Lord accepted Abel's offering by send
ing Are to consume it, for tbns He did witb
Gideon, Manoah and Elijah, and at the
dedication of the tabernacle and tbe tem
ple (Judg. vi, SI; Xlii, 10, 20; I Kings xviii,
It, 38, U; Ler. Ix. 24; II Cbron. vii, 1).
a. "Hut unto Cain and to bis offering He
bad not respect. And Cain was very vroth,
and bis countenance fell." His offering lay
nconsumed; no Are fell upon it. It was
doubtless much more attract! ve than A bel's
aSlwwIv aUinHriidi A nt trust ttArliana thm flnskuf
the earth produced, but it was of man and
aot of God. There was no confession of ani
and no need of atonement recogiiHied Just
like those today who insist Jhat' if they do
the best tbey can God wtll accept them.
0. "And the Lord said unto Cain, Why
art thou wroth f And why is thy coun
tenance fallen f" Although Cain is will
fully .wrong, yet the Lord condescends to
feaaea with him, and if possible win him
t tbe right way. He is not willing tbat
any should perish, and He seeks in every
possible way to lead sinners to accept tbe
ransom He has provided (II Pet. Hi, 0; Job
xxxtil, 24, 30, 80; Isa. 1, 18; Ir, 1, 2).
T. "If thou doest well, shalt thou not be
accepted f And if thou doest not well sin
lleth at the door, and unto thee shall be bis
desire, and thou shalt rule over him," Be
ing the oldest son, the birthright was bis
and might continue bis if be would only be
bedlent. Tbe word here translated "sin"
to the word la Leviticus and Numbers m
ften translated "sin offering." If Cain
would only confess bis sin and offer God's
appointed sin offering, all would be well
God has but one appointed way, and where
that Js rejected there is no forgiveness
(Acts lr, 12; I Cor. Hi, 11). All religions In
to tbe world will come under that of Cain
aAbel, Cain represents man's way and
will Include all tbe ways of men. Abel
stands for God's way, and it is but one and
ery simple. Jesus said, "I am tbe way"
(John xlv. 0).
8. "And Cain talked with Abel, bis
brother, and it came to pass when they
were in the field that Cain rose up against
Abel, bis brother, and slew hlra." Here
are the two seeds, the seed of the woman
and the seed of the serpent, for although
both could call Eve mother and Adam
father the one stands for the righteous
and tbe other for tbe wicked. All are not
ehildren of God, for many religious people
who profess to worship God are all the
while children of the devil (John vlll, 44).
Cain was of tbe wicked one and slew hi
brother because bis own works were evil
and his brother's righteous.
9. "And the Lord said unto Cain, Where
is Abel, thy brother? And be said: I know
not. Am I my brother's keeper?" How
in hardens and deadens to all that is good
and truel Cain la proving himself a good
child of tbe devil, for he is now both mur
derer and liar (John viil, 44). Is it possible
tbat any of us are guilty in respect of our
brethren In India or China or Japan or
Africa? And aa the question presses upon
m concerning their salvation, do we feel in
clined to ask, "Am I my brother's keeper?"
or try to quiet conscience with the thought
that perhaps the Lord will let Cain's offer
ing suffice for them.
10. ."And He said, What hast tbou done?
The voice of thy brother's blood crleth
anto me from the ground." All sin cries
to God for vengeance. Even if a bouse is
built by fraud, the stone shall cry out of
tbe wall aud the beam out of the timber
shall answer it (Hab. 11, 11). How much
more the blood of those who are slain for
Christ's sake (Rev. vi, 0, 10)1 Another
lew of it, more in line of tbe last verse, is
found in Kzek. xxxiil, 8, where the blood of
the unwarned is to be required at the
bands of those who know, but do not tell.
In Heb. xil, 24, we are pointed to the blood
which speaketh better things than that of
A;1'" blood crk'" '"r1venKeanee!
and Christ's for mercy, or if it refers to
the blood of Abel's sacrifice that was a
type of Christ
IL "And now art thou cursed from the
earth, which hath opened her mouth to re
ceive thy brother's blood from thy hand."
This is the first direct curse on man. The
first curse was pronounced upon the ser
pent and the next on the ground (chapter
ill. 14,1?). H 1 suggestive that the lut
word in the Old Testament
t is the word ;
at fct ha h
i V .i.. ??L
"curse.'' Wo fly to Him
vain with Cain and rejoice that
redeemed us frutu the curve of the law,
being made a curse for us, and we lk fur !
the time when even on this earth there '
shall 1 no more run (Ual ilL 13; ltev.
13. "When thou tillest the ground, it
ball not henceforth yield unto the her
strength. A fugitive and a vauahoiMl shalt
thou be In the earth." Adam was told that
the earth would bring furth thorns aud
thisl leaf and that in the sweat of ht face
ao should eat bit bread (chaj.trr ill, la, )
but this is much worso, for it Kk.a as if
the earth would bsnreftxtk give tliis man
little if ary return, Koine one baa said that
Adam's sin brought on the givuiul fruit
tulftet In vtl, while Cain's tn brought
barrenness la guod, perhaps helping to
arive theiu to the iithantci arts sttd the
building tf elite, As to "fuiUlve and
vtabottU," both word slguify tleeing, re
sauviug, amltftug up au4 tluwn, aiut the
word f tr v lyabuttd U"aoe!,uwhWa is vory
Mggvstivo f Nod, where Cain afterward
U "Aad Cam said unto the U.L Mf
suaUhwisnt to gmur th I aa laf."
Or pr.i, aalttlb snargta, "M Ine lulijutiy
at tu than that It suay be forxWvrv"
bore U ftittvtM fur all who aroept te
Sun t IM as Ikelr si a aft win, tut apart
ram II Ua bee to as turwittaoaa, Urn
pia. ill, at I Jma v, If.
HOW TO AVOID A COLO.
The first important point to be consid
ered is the (kin, for the skin supplements
in functions almost every organ of the
The influence of cold upon the akin
causes a temporary blanching of the sur
face. Tbe minute blood Teasels contract.
and the blood recede and accumulates
in deeper and more protected structures.
The circulation, usually sluggish, is pro
foundly disturbed, the nervous system
is profoundly Impressed, and various un
desirable symptoms indicate an immi
Immediately upon rising more leisure
ly about the room for a few minutes,
day by day increasing the exposure of
tbe body, until soon you can take an air
bath of fire or ten minutes' duration
without discomfort This exposure
should always be followed by brisk rub
bing before dressing. Next use a sponge
lightly moistened; then one which is
not so dry.
Soon the cold bath may be taken with
impunity, and may become more pro
longed and more beneficial as the skin
becomes accustomed to it. These baths
must be followed in all cases by brisk
and prolonged rubbing of the skin.
Aa the weather becomes colder the
morning temperature of the room and
tbe bath should become gradually lower
until when you are habituated to them
yon may venture to open the window a
little on warmer mornings and expose
the nnde body to a slight draft. During
the night the mucous membrane should
be hardened by 'leaving the chamber
windows oton, guarding only against
.Kememoer mat the draft through a
two inch aperture is often more danger-
ous man tne wina tnrougn an entirety
open window, and that the hearty dinner
is as active in causing a cold as the No
Haw to Test Mushrooms.
Good edible mushrooms peel easily.
have a pleasant smell, are never shiny,
and have 'white tops and red or black
gills or stems. Pobonons fungi turn yel
low if rubbed by a gold ring or if their
gills are sprinkled witb salt Poisonous
ones also tarn a silver spoon or coin
black if either is put into them while
cooking. An antidote if poisoned is pow
erful emetics, followed by castor oiL
How to Do Manj Little Things of Vr.
Never build fire in a newly papered
room until it has had time to dry.
Clean cans seated chairs by turning
them upside down and sponge in very
Clean soiled wall paper with pieces of
tale light (wheat) bread.
Clean gilt frames with rainwater in
which flowers of sulphur has been stirred.
Remove stains from mahogany, rose
wood or walnut by touching the spots
with a feather wet in dilated niter.
Bleach willow furniture after wash
ing in warm snds by setting in a box
without drying, putting a small dish of
burning mlphnr inside and covering the
box for half an hour.
Soak bent whalebones a few hours in
water; then dry them.
Hang a mirror where the direct rays
of the sun will not shine-on it to cloud
How to Tell Real Lace.
All real lace can be dotected after much
trying very readily. As it is made by
hand, the mesh is never very regular, as
it is almost impossible it could be. Ma
chine lace, on the contrary, is perfectly
regular, Real lace has the knots on the
wrong side and very few of them.
How to Um Remnant of Soap.
Collect all the odds and ends of toilet
soap, crumble them fine or break into
shreds and put them in a double boiler.
Fill the outside vessel with boiling wa
ter, set over the fire and keep it boiling
until the soap in the inside vessel is
melted. Stir until perfectly smooth;
then pour into a small, shallow dish to
mold. If more than enough for one
cake of soap, pour into other molds. If
the remnants, the new coke will prob
ably have a delicate odor of its own, or
a few drops of favorite perfume may be
added. If without a doable boiler, set a
small pail or pan inside a large one.
How to Make Frosting Without Egg.
Take a half pound of powdered sugar,
a tablespoonful of boiling water, the
grated yellow rind of an orange and
enough orange Juice to moisten it Put
the sugar in a bowl, then add the rind,
next the water and lastly the juice and
use at once.
How to roach Tggt and Serve on Toast.
Salt the water well. When it is sim
mering, drop lightly each broken egg
from a saucer Into it Cook one egg at
a time, throwlnir the water from tha
sjae, carefully over the egg to whiten
t0P' Wben C00kcd cnouh out
the egg with a perforated ladle, trim off
the Pioc n K on "nail
P' of buttered toast Sprinkle a little
alt and pepper on each egg. A muffin
ring in the water will keep the egg in
Uow to lar With a Crochet Kind Is.
To darn a stocking neatly, take a fine
tevl crochet nwdle and with it catch up
the woven stitches crooswise, using cot
ton that U suitable In thkkneasaud color.
Fill in the hole with a chain stitch, work
tug back and furth as U darning.
How to ! a t htrk.a.
There arc two excttlWnt ways of singe
ing a chicken. The Ut is over the blase
tf an alcohol lamp, Another way U to
light a hxxMiiy twisted newspaper on th
OuUlde cf the i'ovo and hl 1 thochU-ka
ta the riyul tund, quickly passing it
back and Mil through the fUmoa.
Uow to ! t'rMl4 h f loait,
Rub a pound of ahhtu,at potash
An as poaaiUR and lull it thoroughly
with 4 poobds of soft sp, A largo list
spoonful 4 this shvuM be mixta with
sat h gtlla of soft wstr aad tit tdaat
WU spray) with the otdotum.
K. 404. Traa.po.Uioa aad Acrostic
Mj initials, read downward, will form
tbe name of a city la Prussia:
YBMOBA-A city In India.
HERXO A river in France.
ERSEHT A girl's name.
LI IBS E A-A province in Prussia.
ROLEI-A river in France.
LXAAEIRXDA A town in Egypt
BLAU A river In Russia.
Mo. 405. Connected Diamonds,
o o o o o o
O 0 O O O O '
' O O O O o o
O O O O O O
I Upper left hand diamond: 1. In shreds.
To place. 8. A governor. 4. A number,
II Upper right band diamond: L. In
shreds, a A cover. 8. Acted Irrationally.
. a vegetaDie. o. in shreds.
Ill Lower left band diamond: 1. In
shreds. 2. To force In. 8. Ik-came furious.
4. Encountered. 5. In shreds.
IV Lower right band diamond: L In
shreds. 2. Period. 8. AppareL 4. A beast
of burden. 5. In shreds.
No. 406. PDules la Figaros.
1. Tom and Fred divide 23 vards of striae-
between tbera, Tom getting 4 yards Sfeet
more than Fred. What length bad eachf
3. Divide 00 nuts amona A. B and C. irlv-
ing li twice as many as A and C 5 more
Xo. 407. IlluttrsUd Bobtta.
No. 408. Anas-ram.
Be si ts on the fence, while on each slds around
The fiery patriots mutter: "Confound him,
To keep ns so long In suspense!
Why can't he join In like a sensible fellow
To help us in drowning the other side's bellow!
But there, while the green leaves begin to ton
lie sits oo tbe fence,"
Now answers serenely this man "Nbotbs
'My friends, you are every one partially
Br Partisan feellnes Intense.
There's mud on both sides, and both parties
Tbe harder you struggle the more yon get bat
tered. And he who would not have bis wits wholly
Mutt sit on the fence."
No. 400. Beheaded Words.
1. 1 am not new: behead me and I am a
story, behead me again and I am a bever
age. , .
2. I am a peculiar grass; behead me and
am an admirer, behead me attain and I am
8. 1 am a fruit: behead ma and I am a
kind of seed, behead me again and I am a
4. 1 am a hard, transnarent anhatanm!
behead me and I am a girl, behead mo
again and I am an animal of burden.
No. 410. Single Acrostic
My initials, read downward, will form
the name of something from which we net
1. A European country. 3. A song bird.
A nobleman. 4. A domestlo animal.
An article of furniture. 8. A famous
battle. 7. A small hotel 8. A weapon
used in war. 9. A black fluid. 10. A coun
try In Europe. 11. A measure of time.
No, 411. Burled Trees and Plants.
1. When I see how he attends to his busi
ness, I am not surprised at his success.
is. Does .rio love Rachel or Gertrnr1
8. A large moat surrounds the castln.
which stands on a hilL
4. After a Rood niuht's rest he woke nn
as fresh as a lark.
6. If I grant your request, you will owe
me more than you suspect.
0. v c must travel manv wearv miles he.
fore reaching his home.
Brief, but Pointed.
Revolution In the air A windmill.
Hot springs-JumDlna from the frvinor
pan Into the fire.
llow to put a horse on bis metal Shoot
Always gets in the Are Coal.
Key to the Fussier.
No, KWk-Numerlcal Enigmas
No, 307,-Pictorial Puwlei Camp-belL
Swift, Goldsmith, R-eot-t.
No, 808. Crosswordi Manitou.
No. 8a9. Transposition and Acrostlei
Inltlals-Klngusher. Crosswords King
cups. Ibex. Nightingale. Gossamer.
Flounder. Ioeland. Saucepan. HerrlnR.
No, 400.-A Btar I'usslei
No, 40i.-Mb.lug Utter Pusxlei
Who would he
A arm!4 fair,
tvmU(ng hr hair
I'ntUr H. ,
la a gUl earl
M ith a vnh el fart,
On a lUinf
N .-Wonl ln KttnK
norniaiuiy, iinuiaud, llrumUk
tMur, W araw, .N.uklng. 1W, or! sand,
an tnaa,euQi laiut, Amn na,ehti ltoiu,
vl enia, ri ton, ua) a la, hlng,
No. AbHriusi t. MutMl4, 1
Cuuuta, (.( lUualiUit I, ttir Ilh Kvaa.
4 Ittua An.lrvHilru. 1 UlhoUta fw
Mortlaier, T. iVmstrtu. ft lrUv
fl Arrann. f. fortlulr. 10, WtlUaw
IhaksesMro. U. iVrtisllMa U Amirm
aarh U. KalaarinA, the shrew,
Pumas County Herd
BIG BERK HOGS
A few young males left Orders booked
for sows bred. Choice fail pigs cheap.
See my premium pig offer.
H. S. Williamson,
Beavzk Citt, Neb.
IniifirziiHi .i:i'--.i:- r l
SUre CUre for
Hog affr Chickei)
I have a positive, tried, proved and guar
anteed cure for hog and chicken cholera, which
ba stood tbe test of six years without ever
msklnff S, fallllAA tyt mw bnnvli.. M .1... T
ever heard of. It baa been used successfully
in nundredsof cases. My father Is and has
been for forty years a leading bog-raiser in
this fitlnlv nnrf ko. Imt .n r. n v. .
' J 1 buu fmm iv.. wan UMK" ruiu
cholera, but has never loot a bog or chicken
""" uuinrs since tne aiscoTery or tols rem
edy. One dollar will buy enough of the ingred
ient at any drux store to cure &) to 76 head of
hogs. I will send any person the recipe for
only fifty cents. Send today, use the remedy
and you w 11 never lose another hog or chicken
from fihnlArs- Ann. ti.illtk..i.iH
die. References: My Postmaster, Ei press
Agent, or Pastor of Baptist Church, of which I
am a member, or any business house or good
citizen of this town. Agents wanted. Ad
dress, Mas. Rachil v. Thomas.
I s. FEED
saV CF JW"Jsislic a Farmer Hsppr.
Ijf Orlnds more train to aif
Tdearse of fineness tbsn auy
f-ouiermiu. Orlnds ear-corn,
- ju oats, eta, fine eaousb tor
"" anjrpurpnse. Warnuitwl nix
JOUETSTnOWBRIDGE CO., Joliet, III.
CrtrrLS!) CB"o wW", The
IOWA. PEED BTEAMEE
Given away If it does
not save its cost in one
Martin & M orriisey M 'fg
Oompany, Omaha, Neb.
SwlBf lutllSL lsm Orsis rlMK Q4m Mills.
Utur t-riini, jHksamt, Tnuki,
mwmmmwm, wmm mum, ""7.
Bdllas. a.M eiMa,
Drilla. SaaS Mm.
Om Bo4a, Vkaa,
Ilia. UlSa. IW.im. tuMUU
Htm (arlt, Karat. SnMts.Wln trmm,
Wriagan, laflaaa, Saws SlaalHIaaa,
Cm San, Sahara, Taala, Ml Sraan,
Nu, Stack, II
llr4, riatlara ssSOjestar SCAUS.
tmrnt far trmm falalana
ISt So. ssSsnea St., OBIOACO SOAIB 00.
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I am rsrnimkti.
Um Northetera Una
Iaw rawia. last trataa.
N viui rreMisat ffrr,
To the vrra eoo'tltf la iHc largt
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bability that such
vour order to
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j imwii a oi.iiin rim
Organ Ft Warranietl for Fin. Years
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Agents Wanted for the
1 r f vr T7vm TTT n .
State Stock Aftem Nebraska SUte Cattle
orrics amd ruAcuL majiaobb.
i iif smnif nnriMissinti picnnnnriTc
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Eoom 220, Exobauge Building.-
First Nationsl Bank of Omaha.
Commercial National Baak, Omaha.
U. H. Y4s National Bank, South Omaha.
Neb. Savings & Lxchange Bank, Omaha.
Central City Bank, Central City, Neb.
Having sold my farm near Buskin,
. ' -.
out cujou iu lue; grain iraue, i am situatea wnere i can oe oi material advantage
to my PieDrasKairiend4 ana Alliance Brethren, wbo desire to sell their grain in
this market. Soliciting the patronage of all such, I invite correspondence with a
view to business, in any branch of the trade. Will give satisfactory references
whenever desired both outside and inside the Farmers' Alliance; having formerly
lived in Nuckolls county, Nebraska, and served as president of Ruskin Alliance No.
982, and also as deputy organizer in Nuckolls, Thayer and Jefferson counties.
Hi Y horses won more nonors than any Importer's la America at tbe following fairs: IowifT
j.". state r air, ia Moines; NeDrasxa state
lovo. mj uiikr rmtuotuu pbajuuii, iioauit,
to take first premium and sweepstakes over all
prices, low Interest and long I lme visit the Crest
one lune uiMiaui. luipunuviun j usv received.
;e ; s i
.mil,,,,., aa-mni.iaiiii.'i , .
1 MV uliu.iia, iiutiessi.d culU won Uts times st
Winners in past nvs years.
ITbey Were W1pper& of 527 Prizess
IAMS It the only Importer In Nebratka that imported his P.rcheront in the past iHre. year tram Frsnee
snd th. Iir)jt importer of (JlvJca and Shires. AI.I. ltl..C'KS. lams' hore. won sis swtepalskes
prirMst N'ehrsaks but fair ol i,ij, and lim It the only n'a ol Mebnuka that tssntitled totheaameol
t --SWEEPSTAKES STUD-J-
' IAMS tiUAHAM KK to .how y..u th. IjiruMt eollertioa o( BIO FLASH V DRAFT HOK8KS
of the anm. breed, ol th HKHI" IN'Kl VI11' AI. MKKI l?A N D KOYAL HKkK 11U. xto ty Mr told
inwloaioo w.ihln4 st AL.L1ANCK I'KU'KS AND TKHMS, on., Iw.and Ihrae years time 41 (
per cent interest, ur theaper than any tiis importer, or pay your tar. In m Ihetn, and Unit rays th. Ir.tht,
More State Prlxe winners Than All Nebratka Importers.
CHIIIl da Aunf iHmn iwinucrvi miim, n-
?JUU borst rvaHstOfii,
Will. IAM8. t f.itl U on I In H A M,.ssd V. P.
IS NOW mvi hy nil tlio pnocinl fft-tlers
of rtoek, rdiI ii Wtttr amvmnalnl m it
roeritf lfHmie known. It w uetl (or stock
of ull kinK nl you cannot lUTorvl tt fctt!
Un for nmrkft witlumt it, Tlur in
notking that hmUU m much in fattening
THI.S MKAU Hfnl you b(t only to uo I?
to U convinml ONK lDlIND H
KQUAL TO 5tt OK COKX, Vut up h
img ox iwtif men, inc
If your il iilcr tWt not
wo will hip jiromptly,
TT7An,lmnn T t
If you buy it now.
It has Ave octaves, solid walnut ease, with Ave
sets of reeds; tbirtseo stops; double couplers;
grand organ swell and every improve ent.
Ho. 478 University Rojal Organ.
It contains ill roods divided Into 5 sets, and
is by far the most eletrant onran ever offered
at this price. Send us $43 and wo will ship this
Organ to you wltn Stool and boo a. ana jruarsnuw
safe delivery: or nut S45 with your Banker or
Merchant and we will send It to rou to be paid for
after fifteen days' trial la your home.
Cti:r Grrtss fresi $33 to $5C3.
tmen In hualnns. M vnsrs and have Sold tens of
of our onnns but never before have we offered
an orsan at so low a price and there is no pro
an offer will be madeaa-alnbr anyone. Send
nn b east 21st street,
uu., new yobk.
Kimball Pianos and Organs
Jr., Ojpahaf Neb.
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George S. Brown.
SoUth Oijtaha. Neb.
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y Before shlppini
ask us for condition
Sfsrset ana fr;
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Nebraska, last spring, and moved hlr.
WILSON, Creston, Iowa.
Shire, Belgian and Coach Horses.
Fair. Lincoln; and the Kansas City Fair, seaso&& ,
uu wy jjviujud Hiaiiioa. Sampson, never lailea
r or stricuy nrst-ciass imported horses, low J
City Farm, Creston, Iowa.
telephone to farm J
Trnportcr apd Beder
Clydes and Shires.
IAMS "Horn Show" at the great St. Louu,
Kan tut snd Nebraska Stste lalra nf iSn, a nik.
Ther won the grand bee herd prise "For Best
I Herd of Draft Horses" snd over every Nebraska
ltr"" mars how st the World's H'wti
4eomk Bute F.ilr over Nebraska World's PtW,,t (
uruw winitfra m iu ie, woa KUAfnnleVaivMy
railroad. St. Paul. Neb,
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krn'p it iktt u dmft or motwy.
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uu w urns, y imvun.
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