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THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT..
FEBRUARY 1 m
The War Has Jast Began.
The old year is dead, and the new
tear U bora to take the old one's place,
But this only in the cycle of time, so
sot in varied destiny. The one has a
finished history, while the other has a
history to make. The one is known,
the other is to be learnt This history,
and this making of history beneavh our
flag, is to decide the fate of man. While
our history is of 275 years, our national
history is about a hundred. That de
veloped change from mere states to a
nation is a marvel. The American cor.
stltution is the political wonder of the
world. The nation was bora with this
constitution. The states are one. One
tor the weal, joy and progress of all
people. The Declaration with its en
nobllng sentiments, so bravely uttered
and as bravely vindicated, was the
golden rock on which to build the Con
stltution, so highly conceived and so
wisely made, to rescue man from wrong
and cover the earth with freedom as
with a mantle of glory. These two, as
a harmonious creation of strength,
form and beauty, have already filled
with hope earth's longing million?. No
other force has gone so far, or sunk to
dep, or risen to high in its human in
fluence as that of these united in one.
Thty were, and are, an inspiration. By
the principles they embody are the na
tions being lifted. These nations are
building political temples somewhat
like ours. From out the brain and the
heart of the millions are these being
improved and beautified for a truer and
stronger life. Few deny that the
American Republic is the prime factor
in this hopeful change.
Then if our Republic ' has been such
an inspiring example to ( tese nations,
should we not be the brightest and
happiest people on the globe? That
thrift, content, good-feeling, awake with
aspirations for a grander life should be
the rich possessions of this people?
But la this true? Does that glowing
fact inspire eur millions? Is the light
of this possession radiant in the public
ye? Are hope and joy here compan
ions of life's needful toll? Are the
millions of this nation In their welfare
and prosperity making good the pro
mise made to the world by the declara
tion and constitutlonb While the out
aide world marvels at our growth and
greatness as a nation, are the millions
who make that growth and greatness,
In their home and social life enjoying
their varied blessings as a free people
should? Reason, truth and justice say
our millions are the life of these bless
ings, and being this, should have the
full measure of their ennobliog influ
nee. Does this influence make their
life a happy fact? Do the hopeless
thousands of our cities in their cry for
bread say all Is well? Do the 'toiling
farmers on their mortgaged homes say
a happy life is theirs? Do business men
even to the millions In number, feel
safe and easy in their business? Do the
mothers, wives and children of our
laboring millions feel our country's
splendor gladly ia its warmth around
Have not all this settled conviction,
that we have enough in the vast and
rich domain beneath the stars and
stripes to fill the homes of three times
our present population with plenty for
soul and body? Then why do so many
suffer? . . ,
Let the opening year's discussions,
with truth and candor, reveal the rea
son. W. B. Lynds.
Give Oar Platform More Study.
, Powell, Neb., Jan. 23, 1894. I
I like your method of editing The
Alliance-Independent, and your re
llgloui catechism and ether features,
specially I like your reply to the Non
conformist's report of the People's Con
ference. When I saw that report I
thought all was lost, by dividing into
parte; but your reply ant all right again.
I wish our folks would study our plat
form more, aad bo able to defend it
As to money, It should be a legal
tender and a medium of exchanging
wealth. That, and that only.
All suoh ideas as a value measure o(
value, or intrinsic value, or coin basts
of redemption, should be shown as false
Ideas. Wealth la the production of I abor
of brawn and brain; money should b
cued to exchange those productions. In
any other way, Its use is a means of
oppression, and by enabling the few to
corner It, and as a measure of value to
furee all other business to borrow it
at high , of interest latrlnslo
valu tnwi V wmpels us to purchase It
for its la'rlo!a worth, before we ran
A eel a basis but enables lhoe that aa
the cola to Usue freia one to atssiy
per cestuf their prviuWs, all ti draw
latere t, ensbllag thorn to tippre all
kinds of labor. If we lagifrramat
certificates a a medium of escbaae
and Ugai leader for all dbt, thee the
gnteraoteateaa push forward isUraal
Uhtir Uey can pumaa of farsasrs,
savehautcs tad uias'ifawiurer, thereby
efUlaf alt p It Mtltc tuMlA, All
would b g!d to srchiafe ta prdu U
I their lahur for thej bUtt of tehasg
for iey kuuw all vtasrt will bs gist? to
wtobaofc tU surplus for th. Aad
as W Wlneew el trade, aHiouatrlw after
aicaataf Heir prodt oU for cvra, If
tbsre Is acy ddtreeee la taclr fetor,
vivid be i tad to take such as Is camal
among us, as they can exchange the
same with their people who wish to do
business with us. Respectfully,
. . R. B.POWELU
TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP.
In the sainted Lincoln's chair
Beau a heart which knows no care
For the lot of (hose who toll in hi domain
For the many millions poor.
Seeking work from door to door
That they mar the honest needs of life ob
: Tramp, tramp, tramp the tramps ar
Seeking an opportunity
i Br their labor to create
Wealth (or all within the state.
. And retain enough to keep themselves
Is there then no work to do,
None who need a garment new?
Is the work of all the nation wholly done?
Are there no more homes to build, ,
N more granaries to be Oiled,
Hot a want to be supplied for soy oae.
' Cbobcs: ' Tramp, tramp, tramp, etc.
Mar the weary bllntered feet.
Tramping up and down the street,
Like a eurne withlo tho ears lorever sonnd
Of the jobbers who bare planned
Death and ruin for oar land,
Where the right to live and labor once was
Cbobus: Tramp, tramp, tramp, etc.
Mas. 3. T. Kii.ua.
University of Nebraska Anniversary.
The University will celebrate the
twenty-fifth anniversary of the granting
of its charter, on Charter Day, Febru
cry 15th, 1804, and the day following
All possible preparations are being
made to render this celebration worthy
of the high standing of the institution
and of the great and growing reputa
tlon of the state school system, of which
it it an integral part and the recognized
The following program it announced,
subject to such minor changes as may
seem necessary or desirable as Its de
tails receive further consideration, ,
THURSDAY, FiCBRUABY IB.
LASSIVO THSATBB-10 A. U,
Governor Or ounse in the chair.
Addresses of Welcome oy the Governor, Mayor
lteanonses by eminent citizens of Nebraska.
Reunion of the Legislature and State Officers
, oi I WW,
CSIVBH8ITT CAMPUS -8 TO 6 P. M.
Buildings and irround ooen to the nubile.
Departmental recepileus, with display of
Recaptions by tae ladles of the Faculty.
J.aBIHU TBSATHB-8 F. U.
Professor George Elliott Howard, A. M. (Leland
Music numbers by the University Chorus and
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS.
LASTSIMO TB1ATBB-10 A. H.
- Student's Program.
Scenes from Greek and Latin Flays.
Music numbers by the University Glee and
CSIVIRSITT O iMPCS-g TO P. U.
Dattaiion orlll aud ares patade
(According to tiie weather).
TBS AHMOBV- 7 P. m.
Alumni ana Inviteu Guests.
A general invitation to participate in
these exercises is issued to all gradu
ated of the University, to all who have
attended the University oae year or
more, and to the press of Nebraska.
Special Invitations will also bo sent
to many ethers Inside and outside the
The citizens of Lincoln will open
their homes and extend hospitalities to
a thouband guests.
bpeclal ratB will be seoured at the
leading hotels for those who for any
reason may not care to accept private
Special railway rates one and one-
third fare for the round trip, on the
certificate plan have been tecured for
all registered guests of the University
This kind of weather makes us all
think about taking a trip to Florida via
tne Missouri Pacific route. City ticket
office 1201 0 street Lincoln, Ne!.
A committee of three has been ap
pointed by the First Nationalist Club ol
this city, to do vise ssrae plan by which
unemployed of Lincoln can be furnished
work at remunerative wages duilag the
present winter. The committee will re
port next Sunday, Feb, 4 th, All who
are Interested la this most Important
of all questions, are invited to meet
with them In their aew hall, in the
UlWr block, for. 13 & FSu. at 3 p. m
oa lo above date, A special luvltatto
is extended to the clergy of the city.
D. II. S. Alky.
Ground Oil Caks should be fed to
stock of atl kinds, t specially hogs and
yousg rattle. Woodman Ltasd OU
Works, Otnha. 1
The AIIUkMvc CarrUg t"u.
The World's Fair swarded two Medals
and one Dtpiotna to the A'Maarc Car
riage company for strength f Work,
lt auty td IkaUa and Cheapa td
t'rtv. N fiber Carriage cr Vehicle
Cumpaay cf any kl4 was shown this
high koa.MT aad distlsjtloa. Vm can
have their latest ea'atagtM for the ask
tar. Pebd forcUUgiw ' AUIaacc
Caritaa Co., CialaasU, U
tt. O. Young aad J J lfo'ltr are tV
tlagtipalargc cmwd tesas b.
13th, v ta the hliascurl Pluc rent
Call aad the w In for auktrf yur
arrasntaaatt slsscksre. ll U street
FRAKER'S EXECUTOR ACTS.
Salt Bgwa Aflnt the InearMce rompt-
nlee A Bitter Content Certain.
Excelsior Speisgs, Mo., Jan. 30.
Suita have been filed in the circuit
court at Liberty by Judge J. K. Lin
coln, executor of the estate of Dr.
George W. Fraker, supposed to have
been drowned in the Missouri river
last July, against the Kansas Mutual
Life association, the Equitable Life
Insurance society, the Provident Sav
ings Life Insurance society of New
York and tbe liartiord Lite and An
nuitv Insurance company for the re
covery of the policies carried by the
doctor at the time of his disappear
ance. The amount claimed will be
something over $.10,000. It Is expected
that the cases will be called in the
February term of court.
The facts that suits have been insti
tuted make it evident that the insur
ance companies intend to contest the
claims of the executor. Frequently it
has been reported that representatives
of the Interested insurance companies
have said that they believed Dr. r ra
ker to be among the living: and that
when the case came to trial he would
be produced, sound and alive. The op
portunity to verify tnis wm soon oe
given. The executor and his associate
counsel sav that thev confidentlv be
lieve that Dr. Fraker was drowned in
the Missouri river at the time alleged
and that they will be abundantly able
to prove that fact Many here believe
that this is the beginning of a long
legal fight and that it will be the Hill-
man case over again. ;
TWENTY-FIVE SEAMEN LOST.
The Brltlih Bark Fort Tarrock Wrecked
on the Coast of Ireland.
Dublin, Jan. 30. A dispatch from
Tralee announces the wreck of the
British bark Port Yarrock, Captain
Forbes, and the drowning of all her
erew consisting of twenty-live men.
A lleceptlon by the rope. '
Home, Jan 30. Pope Leo XIII. gave
a reception yesterday in St Peter's to
the clergy and Catholic laity of this
city. Twelve thousand persons were
present and greeted the pontiff with
prolonged cheering. lie looked well,
except he was a trifle paler than usual.
He did not aooear fatimied. although
the ceremonies lasted two hours and a
A Peculiar Suicide.
Toledo, Ohio, Jan. 80. Frederick
Leab thought to frighten his wife on
her return from church, and fastening
a clothes line to the wall, put a loose
coil about his neck. In some manner
he tripped, and the rope pulling taut,
his neck was dislocated in tbe fall and
death was Instantaneous.
atl' Feud at Hancock, Mo.
Hancock, Mo., Jan. 30. Yesterday
afternoon Jack Decker shot and in
stantly killed J. M. Dunkin, two bul
lets entering his brain and one pierc
ing the heart. Decker is a son of one
of the wealthiest farmers in Pulaski
county, and Dunkin was a prominent
merchant in this place. Former
trouble and an old grudge led to the
above result . ,
Two Storm Victims In Arkansas.
: Fultow, Ark., Jan. 30. The first
news of loss of life by the late cold
weather reached here last night when
it was reported from tipper Bed river
that two negroes, names unknown,
employed in a logging camp, were dis
covered frozen to death on a raft thirty-five
miles from here. The bodies
were frozen stiff when discovered.
( Mr. Ingalls Wants No Office. ,
Atchison, Kan., Jan. 30. Senator
John J. Ingalls has announced positive
ly that he was not and never again
would be a candidate for any political
office. He said that he would work
for the Republican party next fall, if
asked to do so, but he would not do so
to secure favors.
At West Paris, Tenn., .Mrs. Mary
McUehee fell into a 1 fire and was
burned to death.
When your stock gets off their feed
give them Ground Oil Cake to tone up
tbe system. Woodman Linseed OU
Works. Omha. 1
Those who desire to take a trip to
Texas call on J. J.' Butler or H. C.
Young, 1201 O street, Lincoln, Neb,, as
they are at the head of a large excursion
which leaves Llaooln Feb. 13. Further
particulars call on City Ticket Agent
and J. J. B ..Vr, or II. C. Youn
TOURIST OAK TO CALIFORNIA
Cheap Hate, Qalok Trip.
The travel fmm the north anu north
west territory, tappod by The Grbai
iocs Island IIoctr, has demanded
wrvtoe of this character, and b-glnnini
Oowbcr 6th, tourist cars will leave
Minneapolis every Thursday morning
nd join the regular tourist train out ot
Chicago every Tnuraday afternoon a
Columbus Junction, Iowa, at 11 1. M.
Central Iowa and th great west slop
district of the Stat demands and will
'ecelve a similar seme, and beginning
(Viober 10th, a I'hlll ps-Kock Maad
Kicurvloe. Car will leave Albert Lea
every Tuedty morning, and via Liver
ntorw. Ft. lKtdVe and Angut, will arrive
at iVs Moln that cvenlag, and Wd
itftday A. M- go west oa the 'illf
t'tv,,rvla Otnaha, Lincoln and IWlle
vUi. at which polat It will Ma the
rtyular Tueadry train from Chicago.
Full partlou ars as cheap rale
tkkfU lit this trip and also aa to wwl
ol berth ta the tourist ear f a- erfoll
glv.-a oa arpiW'toa hi any Great tUwt
Ulead Ittut Ticket AgeaV cr a feat at
eou a stllaa tt r ntA'Ua it,
Jmu. KMASTIam. U 1. A . Chkago,
When ordering Grvual O I Cake fives
your deader, be suns to ask for lb H d
IVaM Ma. 1
J, J, lmWt It wsrktsg up a large ca
flursHMi U )UiUa U the )ltHi.i
I Vide riHtUu r.h. lt.a. City tU-ket
tiffin l 1 Uetn-t. tJaHa, NaK
We that yMr twkeu read la the
Mt4rl Im l rwuw to the kltd la
ter ai Hat f raaelacdt Cat , tbketd giod
caUl HJ 15' h. im, Ctlt tUkiAvflc
mi O street, Maoold, Ksbt.
OFFICERS STATE ALLIANCE.
President, W. L- Dale, Atlanta.
Vice-Pres., Prof. W. Jones, Eastings.
Secaetarr, Mrs. . T. KeUle. Eartwell.
Trenurer. James Cameron, Beaver City.
W. f. Wright, BUle Organizer Alliance Aid
Chairman, I. N. Leonard, Lincoln.
E. Boderman, Bert rand.
L. W Young, WHaonvllle. 1
' C. M. Lemar, Mead.
J. M. Plmmick, Macon.
Perkins County Alliance Called to
Big Sihings, Neb., Jan. 2o, 1804.
To the members of the Alliance in
There will be a meeting of the Alli
ance at Grant at 10 A. M on Saturday,
Feb. 17, 1894. All members who can do
so are earnestly requested to attend, as
there will be some important questions
p for discussion and consideration,
among others the perfecting of arrange
ments that will give us a visit from our
President or Lecturer.
T. A. Clpgston, Bec'y.
Meeting of tbe National Farmers
Topkka, Kas., Jan. 19. 1693.
Deak Sir: The National Farmers1
Alliance and Industrial Union will hold
its annual session In Topeka, February
6th. The rate of one and one-third fare
on the certificate plan has been granted
from all points in Nebraska, Colorado,
Indian Territory, Oklahoma and Kan
Among the prominent people who
will be present are H. L. Loucks, South
Dakota; I. E. Dean, New York; H. C.
Deeming, of, Pennsylvania; Mann Page,
of Virginia; L. Leonard, of Missouri,
and Ben Terrell of Texas. We also ex
pect Gen. J. B. Weaver, H. K. Tauben
eck, Cyclone Davis of Texas and other
V ; Yours very Resp.
,' J. B. Fbench,
, . Secretary, N. F. A. & I. V.
Reduced Rates to tbe National Alll-
Topska, Kan., Jan. 22. 1894.
Editor Alliance-Independent: ,
Dear Sir: 1 am just in receipt of a
letter from the General Passenger and
Ticket Agent of the F. E. & M. V., and
S. C.' & P. railroads stating that re
duced fare oa the certificate plan will
be given to persons, who desire to at
tend the annual meeting of the National
Farmers' Alliance at Topeka on Febru
ary 6th, '94. A notice of this in your
paper - may' be of benefit to people on
tnese lines desiring to attend.
" Yours very respectfully,
( J. B. Frehch, Sec'y.
Let the Good Work Co On.
Noba, Neb , Jan. 29, 1894.
Dear Sir: President Dale held three
very successful meetings in this county
last week. Notwithstanding the severe
sold weather the attendance was good.
He is reviving the Interest, encourag
ing the timid ones, and putting new life
Into the Alliance work throughout the
county. At the meeting held at Bus
kin, the Ruskln Alliance was reorganiz
ed, and bids fair to be the leading Sub-
Alliance of the' county. Let the good
work go on. I am yours respectfully.
E. L. Beach,
A Letter From President Dale.
The State Executive Committee of
the Farmers' Allianoe outlined the fol
lowing work for the president covering
a period of five weeks, points to be
arranged by the State secretary in cor
respondence with each county secretary
and other parties interested in said
counties. I nopi every friend of our
order will not only help in advertising
these meetings but will try and nave
them well attended.
Saline, " Feb. 5 to 8.
Fillmore, " " 9 to 13.
Clay, M " 11 to 17.
Hamilton " M 19 to 22.
Adams, " 23 to 24.
W. F Dale. Pres.
DATES OF ALMANCK LECTURES.
X New Vlgorona Dtart In Alllancw
HARTWELL. Neb., Jan. 3, 1893.
At the meeting of the executive com
mit we la Hastings Unlay the following
appointment were made far John II.
Franklin county. Utverton, Jan. 30.
Harlan county. Alma, lab, 3.
f'tirsaa county, Hearer City. Feb. S.
1U4 VMllow county. Hartley. Feb, II
Dundy county, IWntleinaa, fen, 19.
Caani county, Imperial, Feb. 23,
Hayes county, Galena, Feb. 2.
tour days will b swot by htm la
each county and the other apHitaV
ma wilt be made later. Tae are
tae dates t! his entrants Inic each
cuaty. resident W f. lJ will
aim eiwaJ lour days la aca ot tne lui-
ktwug eouaik', tgiaaiag oa ei as
hUoe couay, Feb. ,
Flilaaore oouaty. Fwb f.
Clay eMualy, )'. II
UatiW saty, leb l
Adam touatr. two data, Feb, 1 and
Tbe plws f hl tueetlav'a a a4
! dMf4c, but 14 ta ett ywM
Tb auu ewreary iattrva tc otr
rstwd with a of inarw sarae! At
Uac wurttwra la mk tiOMSty ais4
wsa will du alt ta 'b,r pr U wake
the mewtlags prvdtaata, Alt)a
papsrs la sMh f tha whhI owtatlss
pisw cvpy. M ta. J. T. kctxtsv
ttew't kitaw AUtaao.
RJ W. It A If H
Timothy. Bine Graoe. Orchard (
iWcmiiK knlrnnn( rrm and veifuU) Med in tbe world. WtoH, Om.
Barley. Corn, Ctowr Timothy, 6nw, Potatoes, rte-. In atwrtnooe qdanotie. Leo
iumm and flanu. 35 pfcjr. trD Vvi'le atd. anoutrh foe a rrl-H, P
paid fortl.M. 11 pkg. late Vegt table oukSm, 6uc gy. our Of' Norlhi-rn Oaia
, tfT yteldedtlfliwh.tromowbaah.eo.nl Ittdyoaererh-mrthelikel njhil.O,i
UAjU. "letloreboporlptof Iclnrtampa. 10 Farm Seed mp
r3;lU) catalogue. IV. Our rrt n-lalogue. ia irr. for M ynxtitrr w rite to-dy.
13'LlaAl V7tI!JdTI diiifZhWlMmf WJUJ
Having sold my farm near Ruskln,
and engaged in the grain trade, I am situated where I can be of material advantages
to my Nebraska friends tfnd Alliance Brethren, who desire to sell their grain in
this market. Soliciting the patronage of all sucb, I invite correspondence with a
view to business, In any branch of the trade. Will give satisfactory references
whenever desired both outside and ioside the Farmers' Alliance; having formerly
lled in Nuckolls county, Nebraska, and served an president of Ruskln Alliance No.
982, and also as deputy organizer In Nuckolls, Thayer and Jefferson counties.
1DBANCE JpABf IMT.
Under this head; short articles ef general
fntereet on tbe subject of mutual Insurance
will be published free of charge, and In tbe
name of tbe writer, whose oatoe must always
accompany the letter, and wbo wH alone be
responsible for tbe views expressed. Any
communication In the nature of an advertise
meat, or calculated io benefit any particular
company will be charged for at our regular rate
for reading notice. - .
A Fine Mutual Insurance Showing.
The annual meeting of the Farmers
Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance
Company of Burt county, was held at
the court house in Tekamah on the 9th
Inst, and the following officers were re
O. A. Crannell, president; A. G. Davis,
secretary; J. P. Latta, treasurer. The
following named persons were elected
directors for a term of three years:
Peter Cameron, Tekamah, president;
S. 8. Farrensj Decatur; Frank Both,
Silver Creek; Albert We bster was elect
ed director for Rl re r Side precinct to
The annual report of the secretary
shows the number of policies written to
be1 164, covering" $227,000' worth of
property. The company has been doing
business for Vo years and has only sus
tained losses to the amount of &17. The
business of the last year more than
doubled that of the first.
We Elected These to Rule Over Us.
.. . ,
Editor Alliance-Independent :
MY Deae Sir:-.-We feel it our duty
to speak to our brothers and sisters of
this state ia particular, and the country
in general, lest for laek of escape we
explode with pent np,indignation at the
condition of the wealth producers of
our country. As wiser ones than we
have said, we want the opportunity to
earn out living, not charity soup. The
cause of this prostration seems very
plain to us. The wiseacres told us the
repeal of - the Sherman law would re
store gopd times, the facts prove they
lied; and they knew they lied. Now,
my brothers and sisters, since we know
that there are those that are willing to
be fooled all the time, a minority, shall
we calmly submit, with so many of our
people going insane, and many other?,
as a relief, to self destruction? Would
It not be better to call a halt by erect
ing a guillotine and by that route stop
the misery of the many and sacrifice
some of the traitors?
The Sherman-Cleveland-Carlisle com
bine are going to Issue more bonds, and
the banks are withholding loans from
the people, thereby contracting all val
ue and destroying labor.
My desire is that all workers unite in
one grand demand to Congress to re
store silver to its mintage rights, to
issue ne more bonds, to glre labor its
rights, and this to be the la.t cbanoe.
If they will not hear the voice of the
people then march on to Washington
and by their records Judge them, ad
rid the country of traitors for all time
If our hundred thousand Independent
voters would sulcrlbe for our paper it
would be a power the ld party press
couM not overcome, i, t Battrm.
Endlcott, Neb., Jan. SI, 1S
it n v t:T t:ci nwioH.
la the Mteowwrt I'avlBo llot,
Oa the second Tuesday la December
HW. January, February, March, April
aad May, lmt. the MUourt Pacific
RouU will ull round trip tickets ta alt
stations ta Teiat, with Seal limit ta re
tort ta thirty days from dale of sal.
8up-wvrt are allowed la Arkansas,
Teat and Oktahuuta, New Mstko and
ladlaa Territory, Cn d uke
UlstDtri south, 1'itlL DtNttLa, V.
V, AT. A. 1301 O street.
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If. mrA A IcilrA fliMPM.
Unas, rCM r S v v niTw I"T
Tree !. Cne Seed. IVWOHO Ul I I Iwafa
Nebraska, last spring, and moved hero
and plants of varieties that will bear"
fruit in Nebraska, as evidenced by l,30o
bushels of apples and 800 bushels of
cherries grown In one season in or
Crete Nurseries I
Large, stock of FRUIT TREES aad
PLANTS, SHADE and FOREST
TREES suited to Nebraska. The ex
perience and advice of the proprietor,
warn la Mraalrianr. m Mi urntn uM.r.lmil. "i.
tural Society will be found safe a id use
ful to all. Satisfaction. Guaranteed. Cor
respond at once before extreme rush
E. P. STEPHENS, Propr.,
IMMENSE 8T0CK OF
locust and Ash Trees,'
Fruit Trees, Grape Tines and
Small Fruit Plants.
PAKiq PRICES FOB FAIIO TIMES.-,
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, Send for free price list to (
. Jansen, Jefferson Co., Neb.
Or Geo. B Galbraith.
It Is A Fact that for Prairie Plant
ing, Trees grown on Prairies are the
best. You can get them at ,
The Geneva Nurseries
All sorts of them and in aayqaantity,
from one to a car load, at Tery Low
Prices. Our stock Is very complete
in ail departments.
Osage Plants and Forest Trees,
Also a full line of Fruit, Shade and
Ornamental Stock, Grape Vines, Roses
and Evergreens. Catalogue free.
Write lor Prices.
Address, Youngers & Co ,
505 & 507 Broad Street.
Lock Box 26.
GOVE CITY, ! KANSAS.
The ch"eble Seed
be pure MVf?rdrnTiower
TooU. etc. -ena ' v
8nTPu wlltuse no
TESTED SEED CORN
Five New VarleUea of Seed Corn, Bead for t I
descriptive price lint to
J. L. PERKINS & CO.,
Lime sieux, lowa.
Kansas Sood House,
IVItTUmfl III lui mm . V.T W '
Om aMl.lU.M Otthw kd wd kcle. Alfalfa
aiiBr aoJ J.rualm ConiTr S..U4 lor surwrm
Urtbrn. S l.a,reriM Ne Ibe a. fofifi plaot.
f. W. BUTELDES & CO., Llinact, K.
Van. fUMi!.i Kmm in.. i
J w asttr, ait.-u tBUUi
Brusalem Corn Yellow ad NVh!tVllio
Maise, all grawn la hU Fur I'rlce.
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