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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1898)
, W. CAMOV. EsUSas- m4 Tn.
Ta)CfeiBe Invented gunpowder,
tfcay irnr Warned bow to use it.
At present quinine is two dollars a
pOl t Klondike, but it's going down
If possible the census of 1 '' ought
to be completed before the census of
1910 Is begun.
Talking of grain elevators there's
nothing more satisfactory to many than
increased prices for wheat
"Shall we flyT' anxiously inquires a
Baltimore paper. The answer to that
depends upon what you're been doing.
Several valued contemporaries have
recently noted the fact that China's
4oom Is sealed. Russia, it is inferred,
tuck down te flap.
Immense outgo of American money
would be downright discouraging were
It not for the fact that Great Britain
Is yearly becoming more and more com
mercially dependent upon the UnKei
States, and that perhaps In the end she
may fully reimburse us for this outgo
by her Increased demand for our Amer
Granting the farmer gets some satis
taction out of the present price of
wheat, many stock gamblers are also
Indlng a grain of coi fort in it.
Haytl had an earthquake the other
4vy, but Simon Sam couldn't be fright
ened by a little thing like that after his
recent experience with the Kaiser.
In the old colonial days of Virginia
wives were sold at auction for 120
-jounds of tobacco. In these days
ihey'd make the men smoke for sug
gesting such a thing.
Mrs. Emma Best has applied for a
divorce from her husband. It is Im
possible, of course, to suit a woman
who isn't satisfied with the Best the
matrimonial market affords.
The diabolical assassination of WiQ
lam Terriss. the distinguished British
actor, by a worthless crank with a
homicidal mania, brings up before us
again and in a must urgent form the
question of dealing with this class of
pests. What are we to do with him 7
That Is the question. Of course, we
can hang or lynch him after he has de
stroyed some useful life, and when the
tragic manner of his exceutioa is a
tribute to his deceased conceit, but can
we not devise gome means of prevent
ing him from all this dreadful mischief
of saving lives for which his is not
the smallest recompense? We take it
for granted that the insanity plea is
now pretty well discredited by enlight
ened society, and that the crank has
little If anything to expect from the
niuudliu sympathy which once restored
bo many of these devils to pernicious
activity. This, however. Is the matter
of least importance. What we want
is some method for disqualifying the
crankfor scotching the serpent before
he strikes. It seems to us that the hon
est citizen who receives a letter from
one of these pests, or who has had any
trouble or altercatiou of any kind with
one of them, should arm himself at
once and remain armed until the con
troversy Is definitely terminated. He
has no other hope of safety. There Is
no law for punishing or even lo king up
a crank, no matter how dangerous ha
may notoriously I. Justice waits tin
til he commits murder, and then offer
to society the beggarly reparation of
the gallows. The peril is one which the
Individual must meet for himself. Gov
ernment avenges him only after he has
been slain and b!s family isolated.
'iwe r. "r. - a 3 turn
1 M I ) t X -l f W 1 I 1 A ,
.j t.T'-..j? -i.'1 in , i i art,. r
1 "rwsei N
3 ,4 &&'&:
A Two-Story Hen House.
Poultry ki-eners. as a rule, arc
some overhanging llmls? It not only
adds to their comfort to rub them
down, but it draws t'ne blood nearer the
Mirface, so that the animal Is warmer.
With the same feeding a well groomed
cow will kw-p In go-xl condition wbeu
she would Is; scrawny and rawbouod
if not regularly curried or brushed.
"1 am going to mart a little magssme.
Give me a snappy rame for it." " ell,
how will "The Yellow Doit' do?"
France is ,uttering around as if she
had got trie wrong kind of an e;g in her
The obvious duty of our educators,
and of the taxpayer! as well, is to keep
our common schools abreast of ail gen
T.ie girl in the church choir who is
matrimonially inclined take her chants
To Cook Feed.
The Iowa Homestead presents a plan
for cooking feed for punlvy or pigs at
times when it may not be convenient
to build a lire. lIaee an old keg or
half barrel in a box and iaek arouDd
it with straw or rhaff. lrovIde both
capitalists who need not count their J !)arrPi n(j tMlX witli tight fitting lids,
dollars when Cuey are about i '"'J-'1'1 j Then, having mixed the feed with hot
water, put It in the inner receptacle and
A statistician says there Is relatively
anore Insanity in Switzerland than In
Che United States, and gives loneliness
m the reason. Whatever may be said
erf the American, be is not lonesome,
a a rule.
A J1.000 memorial window Is being
put into a Newark. N. J., church, and
either the clergyman nor the members
of his congregation know who gave it
Perhaps, after It is finished they may
fee able to see through it
A Kansas City paper scores Actor
Richard Mansfield for "striking bis
4resser In the wings." This Is an er
ror. Mansfif-id's dresser never has had
ny wings in the first place, and he
was struck fully three feet south of
where his wings would be worn if he
Prophecies of ideal social conditions
liave not yet Included rubber tires for
the wheels of legislation, but such a
provision would tie quite as practic
able as some devices to make every
one contented. The trouble Is that each
philosopher would insist on the use of
bis particular kiud of tire.
The commissioners who were ap
pointed to determine what sum should
be paid by the United States to settle
the claims of the owners of Canadian
sealing-vessels which were seized in
-Bering Sea from l,sH0 to W have,
awarded the claimants ?lrt4.0w. This
Is equivalent to what Canada altered
to accept In 1S34. with interest added.
Alphonse I.'audet, one of the most
widely known of contemporary French
writers, died suddenly at Paris. Mon
sieur Daudet was o" years old. He
was the son of poor parents, and ex
perienced many hardships while strug
gling for a footing among men of let
ters. He achieved some distinction as
a poet and dramatist, but was best
known as a novelist.
The best answer the collage can
give to the namby-pamby persons and
yellow Journals that are denouncing
foot ball as a brutal sport is to im
prove the rule and go on playing. A
race as Ingenious as ours cannot be
restrained from taking fair advantages
in all contests, whether they tie com
mercial or athletic, and the rivalry in
foot-ball is so keen as to constantly
encourage players of an inventive dis
position to devise means for stretching
the rules to the utmost. The momen
tum plays of two years ago were not
expressly forbidden by rule, and tbey
were played with great success. But
they were over rough, and the ra!e
Wpre so revised as to make them impos
sible in their original form. But this
year the Ingenious young fellows of the
Pennsylvania eleven Instated a play
called "guards back." perfectly proper
under the rule intended to atop the
mass momentum plays, but in reality
a nuts momentum play In a modified
form. This play must be prohibited
In the interest of more open and less
rough foot ball, and no doubt other
charges will be found necesiiary to re
strain t'ne excessive liveliness and In
genuity of the young men. But still
more than :iew rules greater sternness
on the part of the otUcers of the game
in enforcing the old rules is needed. It
is not enough to "warn a player
caught striking, tripping or foully
tacklUg an opinent, or roughly "pi
Ung on." He ought to be barred from
the game at once. A coach who sees
his Ix-et men going to the side lines
ryir'y In the play will sewn stop unfair
ulaving. Then, again, there should be
some way of driving a persistent foul
player entirely out of foot -ball sys
tui by which a flagrant offender com 1
be blacklisted as unflt to participate In
the sport A few heavy penalties la
Cicted on "sluggers" would do more to
Improve the game than all the revisions
business. Economy with thei i is u.e
first conM?rat:on, And as It is much less !
cost to build a two-st.ry house than ;
one id a single story, it seems to be a
sort of want of wisdom that two-story
houses are not the rule for kceplng
bens, Instead of the rare exception.
The accompanying Illustration shows
on excellent two-story hen house, in
which there Is a very pleasant roost
lug apartment alsve the ground floor.
The lower door is list 1 for an exercis
ing house, aid for laying. At one cor
ner Is i separate pen for hens w!th
broods, each of which has a pen to it
self, in which It Is enclosed until iua
hicks may be safely let out Into the
a-di around the building, it Is in-
. . . . . . , ..!. in
teiiti.-u tnat tms nouse nwira b.jicj ,u
the center of a plot of two acres, di
vided Into four yards, into which th
fowls may be let.
This house Is supjKse-d to l? Dfty feet
long and twenty-five feet wide. This is
wide enough for any purpose, but nie
length may be increased to any extent
It must be confessed that swearing
Is altogether too common, both in fic
tion and on the stage. As It grows less
common among well-bred and civilized
men it seems to thrive on the lips of
heroes and villains of novels and plnys.
It takes an artist, and a great artist,
to use profanity or even slang, acil
the more sparingly he uses it the bet
ter will be the effect. There is a so
called realism which is merely repulsive.
FIRST TO CROSS CONTINENT.
The conduct of men in great emer
gencies often rebukes the ingratitude
and lack of self -control in every-tluy
life. Nannen's eo tint ry nut a. Dr. Sv n
Hedin, after suffering from hunger and
thirst for days in . unexplored Asia,
found a huge pool of clear water. "I
thanked God first" say Iw, "a ml then
I felt my pulse. I wanted to see the
effect that drinking wonid have on it.
Then I drank." KeUgiou and science,
hj the face of the Imperious demands
ut the physical nature, thus as.-rted
tbelr controllng power.
COOKIMl IS A KEO.
A TWO-STORT HE.V UorSK.
desired for larger flocks. There Is a
slatted ventilator on the top. '. hleb Is
clo.d at will by a suding door in the
bottom of it. The lower floor Is seven
feet high to the floor above, a broad
sloping way is made, with a si-itted
floor, for the hens to go up to roost.
and as thir i nothing for them to roost
upon below, they must go up.
Cuttle Industry Cbanire.
The tendency to feed cattle and n
. i runners
raise tiK-m is growing moi y-imi
with the farmers of the Middle West
everv year. 1 lit JH a snort cui iu iiu.cn
return, and ;-a7es about two years
time, (if course, somelMxlv has t- raise
the stock cattle, but as :ii!s part -of
the industry can ! earn, d'oii more
cheaply on the big ranches, f.-irmers
who r.U.-e corn prefer to let them have
a monojioly on the breeding and rais
ing end of it. The number of range
(..,!. in that are being f"d on corn e;ich
winter is growing rapidly. This fact
is just as noticeable with sheep as with
cattle, for naturally the same
thins and results Utaiu. -Chica
place both lids In position. The mess
will cook In the time eiapsing from one
feed to the next. It I surj.i islng how
Ions the water will remain hot, even
In very cold weather.
Steam Ivnicitu-s fur Farm Ue.
Because farmers always have horse
power on the farm it does not follow
that It must be used f..r every purjKwe
where additional i ner is required.
There are many kinds f jobs where
small enciite. whit-:, any farmer can
easily learn to run, w ill ghe bcthT sat-
tefartlon and be far less expensive than
keeping a horse. Willi the proper con
nections so as to furnish tue power
such au engine will do the churning or
run the milk starat'r. It will do the
washing and turn lit" irrlmlstone In
summer, a fob that !i:t- d;.-gustcd more
Ipovs with farming than any other,
One or the tcst uses of the engine Is to
make It turu a lathe, wiiere the young
people can cut out various kinds of
wooden ntensils and learn skill Id
handicraft that will be useful to them
all their lives.
A Corn Marker.
Take s plank 15 fer-t long, 10 inches
wide, 2 Inches tni.k. Make six abort
IS Inches long, siojied enough
to run isi v. l'astcn mem to ine
plank underneath with two 4-Inch wood
screws. One foot aid a half from each
end cut your plank ',n two and nit on
a g-M. 1 hinge, polt on tno Iron straps
Pish was hiiig is one of the nnn-cce pary
burdens of i ivi'ired life and wood fjilit
tinz is another. Why don't peopie eat
off wooden plates and then use them to
kindle the kitchen fire with the next
A tew curtain-pole bracket has an at
tachment to hold a Bha.ie roller in posi
tion, two extension shafts being rf
ided with nil eves into abudi the
of the -oilers fit.
To prevent cut ting the '.ide ol the ani
mal bcn Bkinning it, a new knite tii t.
dull blad lying parallel with the cut
ting bUde, which keeps the latter away
from the hide.
Louden contains 150 piano lactones.
A VIGOROUS IttTTIiE.
frr t!f A" te Era. ';rn-$'-ra. M.
The following is a stan-ment of facts
br a veteran of the iale war. No comr.nl.'
will need fiirllier prfHif tlinn tlieir tnemt a
owu worilw, as here given.
Squire John Castor, of ewp.;ni. inn..
Is the narrator, and an ho.-it. witwl
citizen he is, too. 11' said : "I Imve In-en
troubled with rheiiinatisni in till my joints
ever since I went In the ar. It as
brought on bv rny exposure there. It mine
on me gradually, and k-pt geiiins worse
until I was unable to do any work, I
tried several physician!', but they d-d me
Solrlda ill Parts.
The official sUtistics of the number ol
suicides in Paris during IBM h l
been Mued. The number of self-murders
was 953. Of the toUl, 231 drowned
themselves, 113 used guns and revo vers
198 of the shots being in the bead; 71
gtabll themselves to dath, 6i used
poison, 4 aspliyxiation and 77 threw
themselves from high buildings, monu
mentr, etc. The remainder are pot
do n in a business like manner as uo-c'aseifi-d,"
If I was starving I think it woul'l ae
moralize more to be(? for a loaf of bread
than it would to tteal it.
In Tcrki y polii emen get $3 a week.
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r it. Nei
: ! t .-mi to '
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t. The I
; J t cn, r Ui S-tme I" no'f.
nn r -! 'l'Lev said in v troiii. e was r:i
mii,siii riiot;iiK in d:Ma-e o
and t iiat t here v, a i iir- t
thel-'-s I had tiv I an ! for.-ii'
for thirty year, and did In i:
mipiy i'ii'.-aiise tti-y r,l I
limited til' some reillnh'n f-t
Klia'.lv haplM-licd ou Or. V. '.S
fill f .r Tale IV.. pie. I
my ticii!hli..rs aU.al the tie c
had i..i it v.s--l tiy eii'Uti ..
community, and 'hey rn.,..
rv iLi-tilv. I r,n-"irisi a t'"
hotixvl inn' ris-iit annv. and I coiiti'i " !
takii.g them. 1 commenced 'aking '' "'I
las: f-.il, am! finiJi..! the i. a ;ov
nmths ago. I a n not tm-h-r- wi'h t
rhemiiat -til t. - tic tn dieine has nir-il
m-. I csm niot cauunly r tu.-neu( I Jr.
TIicm" pills art not miiy s''d for rheu
matism, but a-e vabinbi" f r !!uy diwase
rhnt arise front innr,.-l-,. ,r bad
blood. They do leu act ,,ti the bowels.
A cait.ive tn-e, striving to epcaiw, liss
l ei-ti mace to reiord as many as 15 510
wing strokes per minute iti a recent test.
Both tho method anl resultfl when
Syrup of Fists is uktn; it is pleasant
arid refreshing to the Ufite, and acta
gently vet promptly on the 1 wnejs,
Liver and r,owcl.s,'clcaiics tho sys
tem effectually, dids colds, head
aches and fevers and cureH habittial
constipation. Syrup of Fig is tho
only remedy of 'its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to "the taste and ac
ceptable to tho tiUuiiach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and atfru('ahl""Htilwtanoc8, its
man v excellent qual'n n-s commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for pale in 50
cent bottles by all lending drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it " Do mt accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
sad mncisto, cl
IWirwi'i- r r:fw fOffrt. r
(jooti mi v M t i:k t ):.
The trouble with most youujr men is
that they do not understand the dig
nity of manual labor. They do not real
ise that honors and fortune may be
more readily realized otiudde of the so
railed learned inofeasioius than !n
thesn. arwl that tt Is Just as honorable
to swing the hammer or to hold n plow
a W Is to make a Kpct-ch In court or
amputate a limb. The les-sou young
Biro !iould be tiiitaht tin parly as pol
Mete that It Ik not so much what a man
for a living as It U how well he
It, ami that manual labor Is as
beoorsble as any other.
While the balance of trade between
JM United States mikI (ireat Britain
pfvpondera tes in- favor of thl couutry,
It la paluful to note ihut (hi difference
fj Mere tbau equalized by the enor-
i eiiui of money which American
annually iu (ireat Britain. This
The Iri(le of Two M ision,irien Made
the Tripf-ix learn Before F remont.
In the Ladies' Home Journal George
Lnd:riTton WcmI writes of "When Ir
Whitman AdWd Three Stars to Our
l-'lutr." aud shows eonclu! veiy tlutt a
;:;trty of live puoj.le. IrfliKline two
women. crosiMMl the Rocky Mountains
at South IVisis in IS.".'!, six yir prior
to Fremont 'a croadn. Cwrninj
thi.i '.ntiresrtin? hlKtorical Incident, Mr.
Weed writes: "The firt wwldmj tour
across the continent was in lXJii. There
wme two cociiie-. Marcus Whitman,
M. l.. and the U'-v. H. ii. B(au!d'nt;.
and their brides. Tlwy made the jour
ney of thirty-five hundred milos. o-cu-I'Ving
seven months. In a waon, the
fit) to irrum the contineftt. Dr. Whit
man, having v!itwl the region before,
w as guide to the new home In (Vrejr n.
He was the first lo make fc'iown Us
i value to tne Felted .States. Homh I'ass
Is reached, writes iir. eHi or me
famous Journey, "the hljfhest jla.te.'iu.
the divide of the continent. In the Pasx
the traveler reads the inscription, 'Fre
mont, 1S42.' AU honor d-ue to the Tath
fi ruler,' but a!0 to the two heroines
who had gone through six yearn Ik-
fore his claimed d,icovery. Let another
Inscription read: 'Mrti. Wb!tmn and
Mm. StuWiofr. 1S30.'
"It Is th Fmtrth of Jnly. The jinny
pauses In It Journey. Iatrioli.f w!s
are 8ken as the Bible and fitt are
taken from tihe wafon. The one te kid
on a bLaraljet spread upon the ftram;
the ot her is ra!ed over all. The knd
Ina; company offer prayer and prais,
and revereintly take poMWioi of the
reicion beyond 'In the name of God and
of the United flate.' The only human
witnesses to the scene are the two Ne
Ferce tad who witnessed the Whitman
wedding cereimony a Anirellca, N. T,
lmumllately nwedlnir the mart for
How to 1 ie a S(rai.
The illustration hu s borfi 'he rls'.U
and the nroug ay of tying either
leather strai or rojies, sas a irr
jijKjiulent of Farm and Fireside. Fij.'. 1
1 not reliable, althoush it mnv im-wer
for a temiioniry bitch. But If I wanteil
to be positively sure that my !ior-c
could not get loose I would not to;i
short of the Ue, Fig. 2. TLi U the
same Fii,'. 1, except that every part
of it Is drawn up Tiifbr. To mai.i it, tie
feet from e.icli en.
braces to them and 1
to a loitue, a:id you
I. fasten two Iron
listen she braces
i ;t v e ii compile
corn iiuirlver. Iirive the !imiii so that
the out -side runner will run !;i the track
previously made. Voti can turu up the
two ends to turn. The hi use !n the
center will make It murk all of the
ground, even if St is -k very level.
A BOON FOR SUFFERERS.
Kenirdv Which Has lured More
than J, 000,000 People.
"fr 1 irops-' is the
remedy n LicU Is
t ijelltliat ism. Iietji
ma. la - ii j an
fiaiiie nf a powerful
uaraliteed to cine
aiui.i. ejii.irih, astii
d k'ttdle.l lliilnctlls,
tiie common bowktKjt, Fig. drawin-f
the knot ai fairly tight; pn-s the end
Never a toy pistol In the minx's
V, KONO USD i:i-.i! r h i .
(hi of tne strap throicii the bc or
and draw the h-ip by p-iTira at
strap uii until It htlK the end !i. When
doing ibis, the knot tat It liable to oos-
f i, which must be prevented by hd Has
t i;li rhumb and foretiner of one
band while the other does the pulllnyr.
Then draw the end 1) through the
drawn-up lo.p (cl, FI- 2, as fur as ;os-
sible, and you will have a tie taat no
animal is nine to unuo.
! Old Ufa.
There are hundreds of farmers who
are opposed to "Inxik farmhss," or what
. they term "fancy farming," who bc-
l.eve In giving a nick iw a jiece of
salt )-ef to "brius Isu li her cud.''
When a cow Is sick she refuses to eat;
It is then b'iiled that she has "loit her
cud," and she is treated fur Its rentora-
: lion, ie-ii in fact the chert Inn of tho
:ciid by a cow h s'mply the forvlnjj of
:',! food into tic uenith from a large
storage "tomach be chewed and then
' su all",. c i the f.HKi passlnz Into a
nailer suuna ii for dlirestion. Hun
:rls. of i o , lecAi vi-r, are treated for
"loss of cud," inn! t.helr burns ar lsired
as a reuii.jy fr "liollow horn."
i The Middleman a Necenwity.
I T!ie middleman i a necessity. If a
' farmer had a thousand bushels of
wheal to sell he could never retail It.
I lie is compelled to sell In bulk or lone
more time than the wheat is worth,
i The middlemen are the distributors,
aud J hey are also consumers. The
farmer can pet rid of die middlemen to
a cer'aiti extent by necking markets
40 cts. a Bushel
W Ml -aiT' rr?
UotM m iiriux hktr- to
h mvs tt tH-fstre April "tl
irii fiii mtr ht at 40r
Iff . - L.ini t.il n.iikn tiiimn.
3 ! T liliiM.iv u is iftin. Mm
. w n,otlA' 1,1,4 h" "1-'u"
Cotton fre.l Meal.
After extolling the merits of coiion
seed iiii-al for years leading agricultur
ists are taklnx the stand that It Is an j m ar home for articles that are reaii-iy
unsafe food, as It vari'-s greatly accord-; Kulabl". such as butter and eggs, but If
lug to the conditions of the jrro.vtb of j he buys from bis neighbor any of the
the tilant and the t-eatment of the seiii ; article be wells them be, too, become
Tbecompittiy i eliiifeiy sate in making
tin- jiuarantei'. because every muti'ii
tiny !'eccie ihniis.-iii.is i,f raicltil let
ters from those who were Miff' t'crs.
but lune liever received otic complaint.
The effect of "." I ii ups" Is felt at once,
.lames Willhinis of Kceeut. 111., nr,li-s
'in Nov, 12, ls:i7: "My wife has been
snfTei-itii: two years with rheumatism.
She used about oil" bottle of '." I :;.'
and can now t:o wi'hout lu-r crutches
To iiiDte extensively advertise the mer
its of l his remedy the producers !!
for the iic;.t thirty days scud out V),
OiMI of their sample bottles ,,f this posi
tive i nie fur 2j cents a buttle by mail
prepaid. Large buttle, :;if doses,
ifur thirty days li b itiles 2.."su. Those
Htlfferiim Khould write to the .Swansuti
Hheumtitie "ure f'ompai y, PiT Pi'.)
Ilearbuni street, !bicao, lib, and lake
advantage of this yeticruus offer. This
company is icjuble and promptly Ii I J
every oi der.
There a e tu wayc to tei! sbetbera
girl is in hive with you; tk her or don't
D;ifnt Cannot b CuriQ
hV hC.ll Mppt.t !' I !!". Hf they cailliut reach
1 Tie d ." :c 1 )rtin!i ut t:.r- i ar 1 here is
only otic v. .e. t'ici.re Jie.iiiiesM, arid liM is
Uv con- r -ii ic::.i reiiu Uii ". Ileattiess is
canned bv ill u: !l i u-i euu i tuci of the
mwous tiiatii' ut the lviv.ii h-an Tube.
When this lube r. t iiit'ac.e I yon have a
runibliiiir. -untnt ui impe ie. i !..-..ri?igr, and
when it Is e llielv cluseil Ih-ult" s is the
result, and hi lir-the nitlaiiiin.itiun can lie
tiiketi out rui'l this tuiti- teswjred to its
liuini.il cutiditioti. Iiinriiit will be de
stroyed (ori-ver; nine cases out of ten a
ca iset hy csiurrh, which is nothitiif but
an iiitlamed condition of the mucous sur
face. We sill (five One Hundred Dollars ler
any cae of lteufticn (caused hy caiarrh)
iut eaniiut he cured by Hub's Catarrh
(. ur. rend for cireulars free.
F. J. ( HKSKY A CO.. Toledo, 0.
6old by iDriiiia-iau. 7ic.
a middleman, as be handles the pro-luct
of his ncljrhW between the prolucer
titter It isreiuuu iiuui uje in,us, i .n-
toti seii.1 meal Is tbe pr.sluct of jmnmd
. that has bisti subjei.-t lo pressure
In order to remove the oil. the need
Itself being Immrmnc us Ihe bolls are
pick.si wtoto tne seen can luny r u. , f , .nr,i.,loW ,0 jit,(J;(
There is no unantmity resamtn met WBl(,h(.s ,, iUn i,h analont eyes,
merits of cot'un seed meal, however, on j A (, 1lWlj brushes off the flies.
thepart of those Interested in lf tils- Th,, ,r is lotiK, the sua Is hot;
V,hr He's slow.
I The fnrm hand working in the field,
209 Bus Per Aero,
Htlit U'MtK s tea u url'l, with
a rcmr'l r I C I) t hf III
WUionotil t( i :t imti3
ji-r Ht'fr iu Ih'Ml, M hut
, fr 1.(2 t ftU! ittH in
Entd m f' ) ftFi(rtm(tf
uur tn-rt ot onler.
I 73 Bus. Per Acre.
ilnt. It r-tttr. M Iihlrott
tijuof rtlir',tl v ts(-K If ik
imrivy rrttin tine ntrum-
i- V, ll Uf, t If Ml 'ft
. ttt( f.'i-. fittt toil !
ti -tui! I fidt' w hy you
A, I nu H ttTIU-
Y 'iini tins. t-r hits that".
, 'A w i.ti.rf 'il. ell, w-,i..r
V sra-iU in , l,n,l I,, , ,.1.. 1
Xli 1 7 1. 607 Brs. Per Acre.
i 'n Ik (tr ! Hut
-.-) are hrcxl lo
if lr ! Uvr
. v . tl tn l lit frif ht'ftvr
I ttir w i'iNtiiT i;imrBtil-l,
ML tnl rn n lift imouri lryr
U uii'f (, r "m-(U K rntt inic '
n ll.t sil h H-lii OtUUAur
f'lnr.l. Usl In he h;d.
On r H ii-i .in .il mri't
l.e li. iii. liv hny yiiiir
mil n. r
l,ll Si 1 .1111. nisl ,nl.
v!,..l!?l.e leal. v. I.v biu
X t ' ! in .I.e . li
Si -4. Vf' jt'I I lli'-ncl iel ,
.-I t.Vf ii mili liu-ri-il fr i
For ICc Stamn (C.N.i
Cvi nii'i i his ri H r.
fit 't.iS P ll ,,i: 1 I Itnr.
SS I ,y 1 itrni e -I i4iei es Hint
I . I .1 -i' t il
Semi this we
SALlEa SEED CO.,
I f l:oM . M K.
No man is a real cynic til after he bus
met a woman who thought the was one,
cii'Sion, and the ejfHrniient stations
will now have plenty of work to do In
Carrying; ( a
The brush and currycomb are far
less used on cohh than Ihey are on
horses, yet they are quite as neceniiry
to the animal's comfort, Who has no'
seen cattle m hiring Ihelr Mib-x aKilnst
fencs or tree, or their bucks utuler
He siiicUs the dinner in tne pot.
lie's working by the month, yon know,
And that's want makes the man so slo.
AVhpn makiUK whltewaah nse lime
and skim milk and the whitewash will
Inst bmifcr. If a red color Is desired
ii froh bullock's blood, which will
still further Improve It. The mixture
toon heroiiii aliuost taaxbubte.
NO k'MiXIOKK FtHf M R I
Thus says K. S'ulters, Le Uayville,
Pa., who grew fnworn to) 2.Vi bushels
Kaiser's, corn per acre. That meujis ,
'XH bushels on 1'tO acres at IK) cents a
bushel, equals $T,.rs-0. Thnt Is better
than a prospective gold mine. Hal.cr
pays $400 In gold for bet name for his
17-Incn corn and oats prodigy. You can
win. Seed potatoes wily $1.50 a barrel.
Mead This Notice and 101'ta.lafttnmps
to John A. Ktiler Heed Co., LaOrosne,
Wis., and get free tluMr seed catalogue
and eleven new farm seed samples, In
cluding olnive corn and oats, surely
Hin-tb $1'', K't a start, c.n.
"Titers is no better place on earth
or sufferers from pulmonary trouble
than tbe eaatern plateau of the
Koeky Mountains." , il. Idd-
inft in Srrihnrr'n MagniUtt.
rll!iurtw1 and teltuWe bif rmatlnn
atmiii the T.rtiiiin j ru nl t.olotalo can bs
bul br tililreuliix
I, tr.iii ti, Oeneral Paenir Aient,
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