The independent. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1902-1907, February 12, 1903, Page 7, Image 7

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    FEBRUARY 12, 1903.
A Field g! Pencllaria
A New Feed
G. B. Wells, Washington Co., Kas.,
says: "We planted Pencilaria early
in April and it made an immense
mass of foliage. The fodder makes
an excellent feed for hogs and horses,
being sweet and nice, and the seed Is
extra nice for chicken feed. I ex
pect to plant largely of it this year."
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The best time of year to buy many staple articles is just at this season. ; '
TioKTo iovnpl tn fnlrf ajK'finfnrrn of the merchant's determination
W t. cn nf rrAv xvTiIln liow n rp ctlll nppll. nn(l liefore snrincr stock crowds in
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Cloaks at One-Half Off.
1 All of this year's make and in styles just like those that have been carried away g
H by contented purchasers during the season at double the present prices, This is -gg
surely an opportunity tor
A Great Saving on Your Winter Wrap.
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m The sizes arc getting more broken every day now. A lew uox-coais, somt
fitted backs with loose fronts, blouse, full lengths, three-quarter lengths, and shor
coats all these styles are here, lour size prouauiy is nut iu vwiy un uut a.
surely be found somewhere in the lot.
.Women's Cloaks were f 3.00 to $22.50; now $1.50 to $11.25.
Misses' Cloaks were $0.75 to $25; now .5.d8 to $12.oO.
This new fodder plant seems to be
attracting universal attention among
our readers, and the crop is truly
wonderful, as it yields from three to
seven cuttings per year from one
sowing and has produced 95 tons
of green fodder per acre from three
cuttings in a carefully weighed test.
The seeds are so very small that
nne nound will plant an acre and still
one plant usually has 25 to 75 stalks
growing 7 to 14 feet in height. When
it is figured that one-fourth acre will
produce sufficient fodder to support
a cow six months either for summer
or winter food, and that the dry hay
as well as the fresh fodder is highly
nourishing, the value of the new
plant will be better appreciated.
Knowing that many of our readers
will want to try it, we have arranged
with the introducers, the Iowa Seed
Co., of Des Moines, la., to send a
small sample (sufficient, to plant a
row 100 feet long) free to any one
who wishes it. Be sine to mention
The Independent in writing them.
After the Funeral
Editor Independent: I am an old
man, born in 1833; have seen the
democratic party come out; also the
republican party, but yet knowing as
I do that my time is short, still I love
my country and human rights. I am
a middle-road populist as will W. J.
Bryan be in 1905, after the democratic
corpse is buried, which will be done
in 1904. T. W. J -US LEY.
Marvin, Va.
Women's Winter Suits
JB Very Cheaply Priced
Of good quality and neat, desirable
styles, though of course not having this
spring's new touches. They will give
fine service.
There are browns, blues, grays, tans,
and castor, but- only Lot 2 contains
y- '
m black.
f Remember these are broken lots.
S There is not every size in every color,
ff Lot 2 contains black suits but there may
m not be a black suit for every price in-
18 eluded under Lot 2.
Farm For Sale
An 80-acre farm located six miles
south of Lincoln; almost level, no
waste land; six acres in pasture, bal
ance in cultivation; 6 room house,
good barn, sheds, cribs and granary;
an abundance of water, windmill.
Enough fruit for family us?; 2 acres
of alfalfa hog lot Con be r nted for
$250 cash. Price, $4,400; must be sold.
1041 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Strength in Unity.
Editor Independent: I am now past
74 years old, but will do all I can for
your paper, as it advocates my prin
ciples and wish it was in circulation
throughout the country. I enclose $1
for six months now from May 10
last, including with a card for ore
year more. I have to give out my pa
per to others when I read them. I
see in the states where the disorgan
izes who repudiated the Chicago and
Kansas City platforms they were
beat. We should not bo discouraged
over that; it shows that Hill and
Cleveland caused the defeat in the
eastern' and some western states, and
if the 'populists, democrats and sil
ver republicans remain firmly united
they will win I think two years hence;
for united we stand and divided we
There s one thing, the south was
more firmly united for the fusion tiek-
$10.00 Suits for.... $ 5.00
$ 15.00 Suits for.... 7.50
110.50 Suits for.... 8.25
117.50 Suits for.... 8.00
$18.00 Suits for.... 9.00
$18.75 Suits for.... 9.00
120.00 Suits for.... 10.00
t'25.00 Suits for.... 12.50
LOT 2 -$10.00Suilsfor....$
$12.50 Suits for.... 8.50
113.50 Suits for.... 9.00
$15.00 Suits for.... 11.00
$16.00 Suits for.... 12.50
$18.00 Suits for ... 13.50
$20.00 Suits for.... 15.00
$22.50 Suits for.... 18.00
$25.00 Suits for.... 20.00
$27.50 Suits for.... 22.50
Women's Heavy Shoes
Greatly Reduced
Some of our best makes, no old stock;
black or yellow extension soles, patent
leather vamps, medium or low heels.
Special Sale Price, $2.50
Regular Price, $3.50
Great Bargains in
Men's Shirts
Of the best madras and percale in
only small, clean looking patterns
blue, red, or black figures and stripes on
light grounds. All have stiff bosoms
and detached cuffs.
They must go to give room to full
now linoa and snrino novfiltios.
UK; 11 v. t
$1.00 Shirts for 67c
50c Shirts for 35c
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et and stood solid for the Kansas City
platform; but what seems strange is
that Pennsylvania went so strong re
publican after such a coal strike.
Tv0ro mn he. no redemption for her,
and Roosevelt would not have cracked
his finger to stop it if it had not been
on the eve of an election. But the
mullet head, the coal miners could
not see it. The operators now are
kicking against recognizing the union
and in my opinion Mitchell will not
aarpn to the decision if the operators
don't come to his terms. I think all
thev wanted was coal dug out and de
lay' the decision of the commission
and when decided it will not be satis
factory to the miners.
Send a few more sample copies of
your paper. I gave out what you
sent. I think when they read them
they will subscribe. Keep on as you
are doing and you will win.
Fayetteville. Ark.
53,000 cattle in Chicago for threo
days this week and 15,000 in South
Omaha keep the market on its down
ward course, and with corn advancing
the cattle are likely to be rushed in
and break the market still further.
Better hold them back and stop the
We quote best beef steers $4.30 to
$4.05, good $4.00 to $4.25, warmed-up
$3.50 to $3.90; choice cows and .heif
ers $3.00 to $3.50, fair to good $100
to $3.00, canners $1.50 to $2.50. Stack
ers and feeders in limited supply, good
demand; choice $3.85 to $4.25, fair
$3.25 to $3.75. Bulls slow sale at
$2.00 to $3.25; veal $4.00 to $0.50.
Hog receipts getting heavy. Mar
ket weaker. Range $C50 to $0.00.
Sheep receipts fair, with few feed
ers. Market active and steady.
Lambs $5.00-?0.OO
Yearlings 4.80- 5.40
Wethers 4.00- 5.10
Ewes 3.25- 4.25
Forest Trea Seedlings
Burr, pine and chestnut oak; ash,
elm, black walnut, Russian mulberry,
sycamore, linden, box elder, yellow
cottonwood, soft maple. By the sin
gle thousand, or in car lots. In size
from six inches to twenty-four, one
year's growth. Same varieties from
six to twelve feet for parks or streets.
From one tree to car lots.
Brownville, Neb.
Pushing the liducat'onal Work
Edilor Independent: You will find
enclosed sixty cents for six trial sub
scriptions. I am sending this to these
several friends knowing they will ap
preciate the paper in its noble de
fense of the right and exposure of
bad men and tiieir unholy designs.
Have mailed the five cards and en
close one order blank filled out. I
hope a majority of these will renew,
hut, in case they do not, please discon
tinue at expiration of trial subscrip
tions. William Peaks is a staunch
republican, but open to conviction.
Dr. Walker is a populist, and re
mainder of list are all warm Bryan
democrats. I am very much pleased
with The Independent. Wish every
man open to conviction could read it
and 1 hereby be made to realize the
great, danger we are under as a free
proplf so-called, and awake to a full
s n.-'.e" of our duties and privileges.
Will do all that. I can to extend the
circulation of The Independent. If
you have the back numbers, will be
glad for the subscriptions to begin
with the first, issue of the year. Will
strive to send in my clues right soon.
Tip Top, Ky.
Prof. E. W. Bemis, superintendent
water works, Cleveland, O.: Please
send twelve more copies of your is
sue of January 15, containing the ex
cellent article on socialism by Chan
cellor Andrews.
Experiments With Dairy Herd
The Nebraska experiment - station
has just issued Bulletin No." ?G.' This
gives the records of the dairy' herd
for the past five years. The bulletin
may be obtained free of cost by resi
dents of the state upon writing to
the Agricultural Experiment Station,
Lincoln, Neb.
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