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Two Mm of ThIih.
"I never wnt so mortified in nil my
life!-' slip exclaimed.
" hat was the lnucr,.,,' nsked her
'My timid told me that my fiance
.ns in the reception room."
"And 1 threw my nrnis around him
and kissed him twice before I discover
cd that it was his twin brother. Take
my advice and never become engaged
to a twin."
"On the contrary. I think I shall
look for one. It just doubles the fun."
('liienyo hveninj,' 1'Os.t.
miow ition, KViitcr t'Aitnnn.
Tht rdJtor thinks it to bo the wish ot
everybody lo prow rich, not for the sake
of the monoy, but for tho pood that can
he done wltli tin? jnoney. Now, there
.irc three new cereals' receotly created
that will make niorw for tli(j farmer
.One Is Silver King Barley, the tSt
upnCerfnl ci eat Ion of the age, yielding
'0. 100 to UC bit. per acre In ISO.", and
there arc thousands of farmera who be
leve they can grow 150 bit. per acre
therefrom In lS9i?.
Then thete Is Silver Mine O.Hs. geld
ing in 1893 209 bu. per nnc. Every
farmer who tested It. believes 250 bit.
Then there Is Uoltlen Triumph Corn,
A SUGAR BEET BOOM.
NEBRASKA WELCOMES THE
Anil Will Un What It C'nn to I'licnm-itc
Growth of t!m Sunio Murli lnlleliteii
inriit on tho Subject lir Mrn Win) llntu
AIikIo Sueur Itrrit t'lilturp a Sttnly
llert bupir rnrtorlei, the ISoimtyUiir
tlou. lite, lite.
Nolirankn'- 'oinliiR 1 iitliint ry.
Tlierc was deep and absorbing inter
est in nil the proceedings of tho Heel
Sugar convention held at Fremont. On
the second day of the meeting the first
matter taken up was selection of place
for holdltiff tho next convention.
kick because tho company refined r,
tnko. beets which did not reach that
standard. lie did not believe that tile
Oxnnrds would pursue a course w huh
must inevitably lend to failure, and
the kick i nc of eel lain pnrtles ho as
cribed to tho old tendency which bojjan
in the tiarden of Ktien. 'The other lei
low did it. The discussion which had
arisen heie, he felt sure, would leenn
elle the dilTeienees e.Mstiup between
tho producer ninl manufacturer, lie
ascribed the fniluru of the Vsillev
beet syndicato to the fact that
their beets did not ripen, and
that tho land was not in the best
condition for their growth and develop
ment of their MiL-nr qualities '1 lie
convention was unanimous on one
question. Tlr.it was that .Nebraska
is naturally and peremptorily adapted
to tho beet htiirur industry. We want
further supervision of the factories by
having tho analysis made by state
chemists who arc in nowie interested
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r. ... ..... , . nil: liil'iunvvt tl nun una in uw-
sevcrai po.uis were consuicrcci. i.rnim ; t.ompijRllcll. , tUe fnrraer hns th0
Island finally bclnjr chosen. The dates ba)I10 ,iCRree 0f coulideiieo when lie
was l?ti to the executive committee, sends n load of beets to the factory
with :i vccouuiK'Uilattou that It bo fixed that he will receive the fair treat-
.. , ., ,. i tvlnn.l fun. nicnl lie would reecho were ho to take
at a time when the Uiunrt Jsintui ntc nn nf n iPM,,,,. ,i, ,i.
w.iiftwtv VV MU W V - .w
tory is iu operation.
Harry O'Xelll, who
new method known as th
process, intended for small
industry would tuhunt c.
"THE WOODEN HEN."
We have hoard of wooden hotci nnA
wooden dtii l.n, lint n otnl n lien In
Hotnethltii; new tuuler the mm tuul Its
ilinofS Hie different finttl IhoSi- f
either of th other wooden unlm-ilt-menttomd
It Is a not ii to tlmiiKli It
ulll ptetisp a linv It W a hcu at 1' nut
It Mill huti h chlekoiitt from hens ctrRK
1 tiara's i
5 Hiairif si'& mmm
JB. BO.. wvunn. V Ja.JKv.:3L
H. VggS lib
MkBVW&fWsSffl, ; meli
. II RRJ'tiriWW t..y ().!..
fBro Mil KUril si
Ft ra" ' " N"vl
Wi (.rln.'ci. (inn
It Is I0M s ln his uiul will Like inre
tit ttnt flKlit .(,K' It Is an liuu
bntor ainl eoit8 onl.v JO 00
This wooden hen N made bj Oeoine
II. Stahl. Qiilney. Ill U you want to
11 ml out inoie ahoiit It before you buy
one write to Mr. Stahl for entnloRue
"V," which kIvoh a full description, and
mention this pnper.
llnlilt Curril In 10
i . Miimi (ill curril.
DR. J.STLPHEN8, Lebanon. Ohio.
A .Mini of lliiiinr.
The saloon door How open, and the
lapsed Kentleuian struck the sidewalk
with suddenness and all his nerson
rcprc-MMith ITic i v. m. v ion. stute weiiilurastcr of ' from llis no,'ls to ni'1 1,at
.o usse-CuUo I ti,7 KorfollVfQcUrr, rtftfl W.r " I -"'tdl, vhat ,arc ion (,0n to do
mall fn.torics nc prodirtlon of the Norfolk fa liiy. i about if.' ivSkeu ine facetious passerby.
mmmtmtmmmmammmmmm iww wwniiii mmtn
xnr ArnitowiJ to. a-Ki tm't maw
iDulmwt biiiti, hmio it Um IMuoivl Uietnut or
niMlixmoriii t ilnlui. n.wt. it bu taunt brxutu
unuwii, kiiii nif.jlllM iu e.i aa rvMlr
mjuuno-r iiranimi lofll Jurwli
!uurr sriirin r inm motwnbm
ollK-m. it maans P'imwojc ami
(lcA.tnl, steel, iiiTitaitwl aiur
i.T..Mtutl.rtt IViu1n.lll. Y.lrt...
Mil KIjimI Stfrl Trtwir, Steel BnixS-iw
VI I'M"! rnttflrt ll KiwJ
1 fklitlllpittloil It Milll nsmA ftfu.
Ill lit thrrt arti(l-4 Oiat K urlu rurniitit imiu
.Tnmtarj lit nt ir.l tlin tiuM rriw. It alvi msttt
'InnkB and IMmmot alt fclnni. stiit fir 'm.Mocho.
Fatury t I2lb, Cockrell ond Hllnoro Streett, Chluia.
. Illndtralml cutnlm'nB. Rhimlnil WKU.
AlltiWlS, IIIM'K illlll.I H, II VDllAULIO
ANU JKTT1NU MAnilNritY, CtC. ,
ncNTi'nrji. uavo uvou ictteu anu
M 'ui( itr Inlnaanil Irmlln .
S ! I Oi r to I'r. Il Mf(f I (I
Nloilv ll liittn,
II. Ill lllll ..l Ill-K Vl( hum I ,
HHlli IP' t ir .. kXKiikr'i'
PI If I I
fZ jffjU m
lor reduciuje the crop to raw sugar for . sjincC th
the refinery was introduced. The clar- jt jiab p3
IfiPrt juice, he suid, after boing trcateil j.i7i jt
c factory l.-s Lo.-a in operation
paid for beets the sum of SHU.',
14 line n til t r niiti)mna iTJ I. Hi)
which produced over 200 int. per acre, ' with lime and all the impurities taken nnj tao estimated amount it lias re
am! 250 bu. is sittcly possible,
And potatoes, there is Salter's Ear
liest, whirh was fit for tabic in 28 days
In 1893, yielding tremendously, while
the Champion of the World, tested in a
thousand different pluces in 1895, ieid
ed from 8 to 1,000 bu. per acre.
Now, in Salter's new catalogue there
is a wonderful arrayal of new varieties
of wheat, oats, hurley, rye, potatoes,
grasses, clovers and forage plants, and
the editor believes that it would pay
every farmer a thousand-fold to get this
catalogue before buving seeds.
If joti II oat thU oi ami send It
with 10 cents posuigc to the John A.
Salzer Seed Co.. L'i Crosse, Wis., you
will receive, free, 10 grain and grass
samples, including above and their
mammoth catalogue. Catalogue alone,
5 cents postage. w.n.
'I he rule sti 1 holds good that the bixKer
the s eevo tho nitito niodNIi the. garment
Much doing is not so iinrortnnt as well
It tlio Unity Is Cuttlni; Teetri.
Brrnio omliimtliatolJ and veil tried iranlj, Miti
WiMiLOM ' Sootiiim SMiur for fhlldrti Tn-tlilns.
Sonioof tliu JnjnuehOt-oldicrswear piqr
Milliard tnb'e. soeond-hand. for a!o
t-btap. Ajly to or address, 41. 0. Akin,
111 H. ICtli Kt., Omnlin, Neb.
The vnlue ot tliu diamond is not whnt it
doe', but whnt it U.
ceived for tliu supar it lias manufac
tured is SShO.ns.'l, which, after paying
for coal, coke and lime und other sup
plies, does not leave a very hir-jo mar
gin of profit, though it shows that the
factory is a success.
M. A. litiiiti of tliu licet Sugar indus
try addressed the convention on how to
secure factories. His talk was relative
to his experience In endeavoring to se
cure eastern capit.il to ercit them with
no subsidy othci than the laud on which
the factory was built. They would do
nothing without a guarantee ofaeie
age. Mr. I.unn reviewed tho ground
covered by other speakers and told his
experience from actual experience.
It. W. iteynoldsof Fremont renin
most interesting paper on practical
raising, lie taised forty acres of beets
tills season and cleared 8. an acic after
allow in'' SI rcnt.il per acre. The treat
out. is nut through a copper cylinder.
through which n current of hot tur
passes An experiment was made at
Grand Island on juice 8.0 per cent su
gar and til. I per cent water After
passing twice through the cylinder the
result was S..' per cent water and 1)1. 5
With the nssurance of a continuation
of the bounty law tho process will be
rapidly developed. If tho bounty law
rcuiajns unchanged after the next leg
islature tho company will be ready for
In the discussion following Mr.
O'Neill's talk it was brought out that
a plant with the capacity of 100 tons
a day would cost ubout 830,000. The
company will encourage co-operation
anil will not sell tnc mucnines.
Chairman Furnas of the committee
on resolutions reported. The resolu
tions favor a state and national bounty ,
for the encouragement of the sugar in- (
tiusiry; recommenucu mo lorinuuou ui
county associations; indoiso the trans
Mississippi exposition at Omaha; in
dorse the Nebraska club, the state irri
gation association and tho irrigation
fair at North Platte. Thanks were ex
tended the state board of agriculture
for its work. Improved methods of
soil culture is favored. The beet sugar
enterprise was recommended and
thanks extended to the cltiens of Fre
mont for their hospitality. A rcsolu- -j, upon its old footing.
Hon oy t'eter .itinsen was suomuicu
and adopted, thanking cx-tJovcinor
Furnas for iiis long and arduous labor
it, ln.lnliin- In limlfl on pbrnskn.
. . . .- " ... ... , I V?...l.Hn t InM f........ T...l...1 le cl.l .ini.
sjuperinteiideni uranger oi me uiau i ivinibiuiiuii m.i n....i... ..- .. ..".
sugar factory was present and addtexs- ! to havesunk to Its lowest ebb since the
cd the convention lrom the lactory year jboi
standpoint. The first crop was raised (
in L'tah in 1801, when O.OliO tons were
Ho.' Da sir? Nothing. Do you
think 1 would imbrue my hands in the
blood of a common whisky seller's hire
ling'1 If he were only a gentleman"
And the rugged irentleiuun looked bat
tle, murder mid sudden death. - Indi
in cd friiui tin- tt Until
tlv tin1 Miiiicix. Iniiiiiltlns pass oil Inn iM
lcsil 'I lie iiincihliy of tlicuHitiu nniiifd
iiotonlvriiUM1 tln-.i lliiiiiillt'oi to leiuiiln
and poison the syleni. lint iiImi lead to tin)
ileiteiieiiilliin mid (IcmIi ui" Inn of tin oriiuiH
tliem-elxi s. I'rmenl Hi IkIiIS dUeiine. illu
lii'ii'i iliuisv. i:i:im'I anil niliei' ullincnls
wlileli hITi el the kidneys mid liliiihlor with
HiiNti llui'sStoniueli Hitters. lilch llkuwNti
ini-tcuiiics mil at In. dspeihln. Ilillloun. ner
ms ii ml i Ileum ii I lc toiiiilnlii t .
DniiKis the elder had a good deal of
the African in his appearance, and lie
had to no small degtee the lovo of show
common to that race. Itcfcrring to the
latter trait. Mcxaudro Uiimas tils made
the remark, "My father is so vain and
so fond of display that he would ride
y V-, ......... I'l. ."-.- I 1...1.I...I 1. t ....... ,,,i, In .!. ..,.....!
mcntieceived from the factory was.'.o ' v ... "" -- - " ,i"-"t"-..
i. i,,.. i.. l.- iii .,ini, mnnnrna I believe that lie keeps a colored foot-
to beets tliis -eason. , man- " Arff" -uU
Congref-sman Meikcljohn made a
short address on the merits and pur
poses of tliu Nebraska club Its object
is to advertise tho state mid encourage
immigration. It belongs to nil and is
not a political organization
ii-eu should help to advance
alion, which is for
two years had bli
and it would require much labor to get
TTie coming Artist wlio knows enougfo
topamfa popular subject.
I)i'.ifiiPa Can Not Ho t'nrnl
Tlv Inntil .innllrntlntiM lm llipv cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear. I
Then' Is only one way to cure deafness, ,
and that Is by constitutional iPiiK-dlcs.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of lhe many phys
ical ills, which vnuisli Ix-fore proper ef
forts gentle efforts pk-usnut eftorls
rightly directed. Thew is -comfort in
tho knowledge, thnt so many forms of
bickness arc not due to -any actual dis
ease, hut simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrupnf Figs, prompt
ly removes. That in why it is the only
remedy with inillionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed bo highly by all
who value uwxl health. Its beneficial
effects an; due to the font, that itis tho
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without .debiliUiting tliu
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
till important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you tiavctthc genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggist,.
If in the enjoyment nf good health,
and the system 'is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed If
nlllicted with anv nc'tn.il diseai-o. one
may be commended Ut the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
welMnformcd everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest nnd is most largely
WE HAVE NO agents.
"" '"' U!M "-"'.it i'll direct lotlm con.
munu M wliuloiuilu prlicH.
fltlun iHftur Mile. l'tr'
tlilicr wairantiil. 100tlti
nf (trrUrrt, W Hlyle i)f
dlr.. WlIU (ormlnli't'ui
H.klUKT lliailll.l. J. Hill.
sum. an.. io., iLkinnr,
produced and niado up, and in IS')..
JS.OOO tons were Hindi- up. The avci
age of sugar per ton of beets was ltn)
pounds. Tlie factory cost JjTJO.OO').
Last year a dividend of 10 per cent was
declared. The factory lost money at
lirst, but the business has grown
steadily. This is one of tho factories
that is'w holly American. The factory
pays St. US for beets with 11. so stan
dard. A farmer is bclectcd in every
community to do business between tho
farmers and factory. No beets less
than the standard are taken at any
Hon. G J. Green gave an eloquent
nnd stirring address on the importance
of the sugar question, of its vast con
sumption and small production in this
country. His address was the most elo-
(picntonu of tho convention. He re- j
viewed at length the tariff legislation
nf ll.n .inimlfi. ..'itl. '. (i ..iiw..il fn lie
U. ..IU ..UI... M. , .... .... .l't.l .w ...
application to tho sugar and other
manufacturing interests of the day.
"The Possibilities of Nebraska" was
ably treated by H. M. Allen, president
of the association. 1 lie experience of
Kvcry cit- ( Deafness is caused by nn Inllanieil con
.i... ......! ' illtlnn of the niu-ous llnliiK of the lius-
,i,..l , ... Tho n".Vt I tiichlan Tube. When the tube Is In-
i . i t. . Vi .,! "a" lmve n rumbling sound or
glued its good name, ,. frl hearlnu. and when it Is en-
tliel. rinsed Dear.iess It tin result, nnu
unless the inllammatlon can be taken
out nnd thW tube testoied to Its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused ,
by Cntairh. which Is nothing but nn In-llnmt-d
tondltlon of the niucou'i hur-
We will Klve Oni Hundred Dollars for
liny ca-e of Dearncss (caused by Ca
tarrh) that caniut b" cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, flee.
I- .1. CHRNEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Kohl by druggists; 75c.
Hall's Family I'ills. 25c.
J (IW1 tZ.-w-m;nid
"Grab all In slcht nnd rustle for
more," Is the picturesque motto of the
Knlama, Wash., Hulletln.
In the early duys of gold mining In
California waiters In the hotels wete
paid Jo a day for their labor.
A team of fox hounds hitched to a
wntronette with pneumatic wheals Willi
be a feature of the Fourth of July ji.i- wnr.iti: nil) tot din Tins ron 1:1:?
rado In Sanilac Center, Mich. Had tho Ladles' Aid Society of our
The Ink used In printing the Hank of i church out for tea. forty of them, and
1 'limit;, mniiot llu Jon-? when Hum find
i.o eiiinltj to feed upon.
England notes was foimerly made fiom
grape stone charcoal, but now it Is man
ufactured from naphtha smoke.
On May 15 a pure white ciow was
picked up near Sherburn Colliery sta
tion, England. The blid. which Is a
young one, has the bill, feet, and legs
A committee has been appointed to
raise an endowment of $250,000 for St.
Paul's school. Concord, N. H-, which
became so famous under the late Itev.
On an almost inaccessible knob -near
Towesvllle, Ky., stands a gloomy old
house with Mono walls ot cnstlellke
thickness, only reached by a winding
path about the cliff.
King James I. bought of a Mr. Mark-
countries, showing that they did not ' w.lH (ipgr.u.'cu bv b
always moet with success. The crop , ,)OI.fce tha ran ,
in Kurope was very rich. 1 heir beeis , Kvery .lbkM)01I,
U I'r tt, Bucj
To Kansas City
ami the outli.
From Oiniiho and also
from (ouucii Hliitls. tlio
Ilurlingtoii Jtouto runs two
trahih dally to Kt. Joolll
nnd Kunsni. llt, uuuiug
eloso (omicttloiii iu the
Knnas City Union Dej-ot
with all Hiii'M for the routh
lho Hur.incton Uonte I
tho sliortoht. iiuieke-t and lu
everyway the i et duo to
Kansas t'lty, und truve er
who take any oilier no t-o
without u r-)ur iiiuier
hlnnding of the iuctH iu the
Tho lo- id ticlut i-ent w ill
pladlv ticket j via tho
llu n ing ton it you will nsi.
him to do mi.
J. rnAM'i-J. (jen'l 1 ass'r Agt, OniaJta, Nob.
nnn rral uir WW 'i"1 ail"' ilrl.il.u. t"
f Kilm.i'r Ux.uiidurU f-H" ;.mU -i'-il;
fur n it-
utfi i to
dltiunal u m ritlli '-
Hi nx Kl liuu i r"'
v. ulu lur aili ju if
.ourasita as a sugar-pronucing state i,,..,. ,hl. .,. Arn)llnn ,,nrB rt...P .,.,..,..
was compared wim otner states ami i ,.,,,,, .,,,, , ,..n. . r,no no
belnu beaten TDy eery
I. ...II ..I .....1.. 4 .n...o.
are firmer and contain more sutrar than ,)as to per , ,K. a Tnfl rst
ib possible in i this country, which may ,le nriy-four d-8. the stc
be due to climatic conditions and tu om, tw,.nty.four aml tllf. thIrd yi!ur
seed. Germany can produce four and tWPnty.four. t. BctlI only ,,, bonrU.
a half more tons of beets to the acre. T Ulousaru, nne hwJTeA linJ ,nc.
with a per cent more in raw sigart hail k ,
If. Illll lllll 1IIT1 IT. Mil ILIIIll lhui iiiiiun-
try is under control of the government
und possesses all the elements that
go to make sugar culture profitable
fertile soil, cheap fuel and low priced
labor. Ilcets have been tested with ns
high as a."i per cent of sugar. To com
pete with these countries it is apparent
that we need protection. Wo want a .
duty on sugar that is fair; not an ex-'
acting one. .Mr. Allen gave his hearers '
an insightof all sugar-producing conn- j
tries the world over and also as to the ,
yield, here in Nebraska wo have a
good field, the right altitude, rlou soil,
and with skilled labor and a study of
this subject wo may bo able to save '
much which is now lost, and make ills
coverics of vast beuetit to beet culture,
i the Canton. O . tichonls nn r. colltclton
for the Francis Key monument which
, is belim erectJ at Frederick. Md.
I The Klnzua viaduct, near Alton. I'a.,
I was designed and finished in eight and
, one-half months without the use of waf-
folding or even a single ladder. It Is
' L',100 feet Ions nnd 300 fet high.
! Canada's debt Is now ZG.02'J,Vr:.
That means ubmit $65 fur -ery man,
woman und child in the country, and It
costs about $12.00ii00 a yeasr to pay the
Interest nnd charges ut the low rates
It Is worth remembering that Mount
hogan, near the boundary between
Utah and Wyoming, is the hlgheBt
peak In North America. "Professor
all pronounced the Herman Coffeeherry ,
canal to Uio! Salzer's catalogue tells
j on all about it! 35 packages Earliest
vegetable seedo ?1.00 post paid.
ir you will "lit thU out nnil urnil
Willi 15c. stamps to John A. Salwr Seed
Co., La Crosse. Wis., you will gt free a
package of above groat coffee seed und
our 14S pane catalogue! Cntnlogue alono
fie. . w.n.
It Is not the chick thnt Ntiikes the loudest
wlih h keeps tho best time.
1lr(;omnil'Cawitihii-Ii tMVltll't'lyrrl I ill.
1 lie in if.-lniilnuili.nl) ccmiliip. Cuti-KCIiiipiMHl Mainli
una KdiaUuU-Miri ,i!. C.O.(lalkCii.,N.lhiiiu.l-i
A goml printer run always tell how tho
lie largest piece of .good
tobacco ever sold Tor 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly as'
arge as you et of other
high grades for 10 cents
.1. S. Hoagland addressed tlie assoeia- I Mendenhall. formrIy chief ftfHhe coast
Iii. Arnr I nk h l.l i- l'i ni io. i..l
Ilinvrp rk itii'i i-.cki.- i."- hi ir ii.i" i
fi 1 ( ,f 1 . mM7 . f I . HI) II " if
wlf -n I f . t "iil'(li' x -.i"- uni
nnd geodetic survey In WnKhlnglon
made this statement.
The largest raft evr lloaled dwvn the
Mississippi river is now on the way to
Ht. Louts. It consists, with Its lead, of
over 7,000,000 fet of lumber, mostly
white pine. If carried by rail this
lumber would mak nearly C0 car
loads. Allowing forty feet to the car
the train would be over four and r. Jialf
While we writ from the left to the
right, the Japanese write from the rlshj
I to left.
There are two hundred thousand fne-
tory jfirls In London, one twenty-teond
j of the whole population.
j A curious present for a deaf person
Jiab been Introduced in Oermany a fan
I deftly concealing a tiny trumpet lu its
IWIIn Is the most cosmopolitan of
I large European cities. Only thlrty
i even percent of Its Inhabitants are Ger-
man by birth.
i Thore are somethln-r like forty thou-
Cfirwl nil til In c-nKnnlu t T n ik...
which form the basisof their judgment ,Vn , ' " " . i V""' .A"'
..... ..... ...,.i..o...,i i. i. ill,- ir.. i r "" ""-- ""ii" mine uuu euucrtuoo
7 ii i . ""-" " "-" ?c '." . Is compulsory.
failed to see how those people who In , 'Eur , C0ntrIB th.
liad signed a contract with the OxnardsractlPe haB becn,J,aor,1- 0" ,!lln,
to raise beets of a oerta n standard o ' nut a(1 f Ult tvf , , ' . e J l y
pu-ty anu samlnuc contci ts could 6jiade tfCM aIc , tiAltiXid , e
tion on state legislation. If the bouiitv
law only tended to the enrichment of
the manufacturer it should be voted
down, but if it was a source of revenue
and made the &tale prosperous it should
be sustained, lie referred lo school
taxes und the wolf scalp bounty and
proved tnat tho law was beneficial
When the industry is established it will
enhance the value of laud and prop
erty, make a demand for labor and in
creaso the population. He was in favor
of amending the corporation laws so
that large stockholders could not
crowd out the small. Ho would make
it so there was only one vote for the
iiizj-j, not a vote for share of stock.
Under this basis he would organise dis
trict factories and county associations.
Hon. V. (1 Wliitemoreof Valley read
apaperon the subject "What Now?-1
He regarded this convention as the
most important of any that has con
vened in this state s.nce that which
prepared our constitution. We may
well congratulate ourselveb anil return
to our homes with this sentiment, "Ne
braska is the place and sugar beets tlio
stuff." Men differ because the facts
I know that nij life was mved by 1'No's
Cure for Cousuniptloii.- .lohu A Miller, An
Snide, .Miihiiran. April til, lh'.i.V
Selfishness Ik nelf-rold erv. no mutter
whether it dwells iu u lint or In n pu'are
"Si-rve ICntoriT. Jul Unulli-r U.i! iiim n.i.v uk".
M.hm lonkciilis. Tn-allM'alPil t2tti.il Uiill'-fiv. ti
1 11 Ciuc&. t-JiU UiUl'. KIll.i'.Wl A I tU bt., l'lill., lu.
'I ho fan is now- tin inse-Jiiratilu adjiuit t of
ail ilsilnt) c-i'iiitu; toilettes.
Iiikitation or Tin: 'Iiihoat AMI IiOAHsI
mss juo Jiiiiiieilititoly re loved liy "iiroMii r.
Jti hlul 'Jroches" Have them iilwns
Uuu 1 1--a Huutt lu tliureh mid u hintlieu
on the street mr
"11llll lllllllt-llf t-M I llllll.llll III ll-llMI- lll-llllll
lu 'Ii- ilHi,,-i'r lmlt T i- r.nU'iii. i n r I uf
r..!lrr k i.iu.hi 'Initio Iki.i iuif .i.e llu'kU Ills.
.Miitrhiioiiiii ti'iiiiii lisof eiitlewoiuen In
lindn inns- more to co into It.
I i-1 .III r'U II li w liu lllmln
Minor n.t . i-iir i. h .1 ihey Mie u t tuiuluclio to
trait tut valkl u J.Ipuiiii th uinlilii I ilunuiim
lodern womuu foiuutlmon stoop t-zieed-iiul
luii tu t'oiiipiur
illcl.Mii. v.t.tiliv lo iirixlucoii iTDti, tbalwiuiun ultloctlov
win tl:ai iKKir tviIs iirikliiroiKiurcroiis, hut nlii-n vu.i ulunl
snljer'B Ncirt'ieriM.niMU Mills fur Kiinlt'u or farm, tlio st-enu chnnKus as
if I.) inuttli liini'ini ot iHiur lclils ynii ul oticii p't rotiHlnit crotn, rrupa
Uuu ih iiuiiloti yi'iirln'tiii una till jru.tr nrM, lor fialivr's ieul ro full
of Die. fun nf vlKur. fun of prixlncltii.' miaull-.
$400 IN GOLD PRIZES. o, ,
We riajr tlili on mm, iUrloy, ana t'orn 0 himbols of Pl.ver Mtno
i.Nuuii'l(-MilliMiii)Oiitti:niwniiiioiiuiirro vrun UiU.rl7.u In ltfi. Voiu-.ni
Ix-ni iiuti' ii iini' eri'itti'l (Ul ot um (I'nittrr no uinro tint uiuesn
you miw it iili'iily of siir'm ll.irli'7. Oats, l'ullo'. lliuss and ClOTprs!
Hum- you Irlnl TiMmlnie. sncnliiie, tllmit. Mmrry ntnl (Haul. OulfK-OrOHlus
tivruitui Clorvr? Cutiliunia ti Us all uUiut tlnw Kodtlur 1'laals.
Ijirpe M!tiTtlon, many ili ntlld surts KTeryiuIng cheap. Onion Brfil
atWlc- K-rlti.; III pitK. r loni-r Mtsl, "Kmi l.ao.DW llo-w. l'lants anil Hmall
I nills. hardy ub Oak. Suud it- lorMtiilteK.arilcnerg WltolealoJ.tU.
PLEASE CUT OUT THE FOLLOWING AND SEND IT
With Ilk. liiMuuiuslo Juln A.hulrorheeilCci ljil'nno,"i unili:tfrro
Itiolr t-'roiu laialuiftiounil I0iki ,ras('. ( mi, llarliy cd (Jralnh , ..
H j ' H
n'i'n i"f vt i rt-r
STEEL WEB PICKET TEMCE.
CABLED FIELD AND HOG FEHCE.
We innufartun complftu lue ot Hiuoutli U Irt tenclntf awl Kuaru(ee cr urticU W b a rtprw-ff-ntrd
If futi it tiitjder ((Utility t)iui)tu monvy t uia iuti triri
De Kalb Fence Co., m High &&.. ill.
A Simile in Smoke.
7Uicrc's -all sorts ci grades of tobacco plant. The best
comes from Havana. There's all sorts of grades of sarsa
parilla plant. Tlie best comes from Honduras. If you
want cheap tobacco, all right provided you get value'for
your money. Cheap tobacco 's not as good to smoke but
it don't cost as much.
If you want c1icap narsaparil'a . . . But you don't want
it. Of course you don't. You are paying for the best.
To pay for the best and get anything but Honduras sar
saparilla is like paying for Havana cigars and getting
l'lttsburg " Stogies." There's only one sarsaparill.i made
exclusively from the imported Honduras plant. That's
Ajer's. Just keep it in mind that you are paying for
Honduras sarsaparilla when you are paying for the best;
but you don't get what you pay for unless you get Ayer's
Auy diwll aUout II t S4fbrlU"CiHebauL."
It I4U doubt but ami doublet.
AiUnm ; J. C. Ayr Co., Lowt'l, Uw.
i GUTSLASH i
2 oz. for 5 Cents.
: CUT SLASH ;
CHER00TS-3 for 5 Cents.
Give n Good, Mellow, Healthy,
rie-uunt Smoke. Try Them.
LION i CO. T0B1CC0 WORKS, D.rhim, S. C
f Successful' v Prosecutes Claims.
Late ''rtuctpttl Mium'.uer IT 8. Penvtoa bureau.
3yi ulait ar, linJJuiliiiitiuaUuLuu, uti luc.
W.N I'., OMAHA D-1800.
t lien -Anting to aihertist'r?, kindly
! mention this paper,
s -S s ' sJ. ZJ1 -' ' i.
v- ' .'
OS Hut Coutfhtyrun. 'fame KnJ. UflOfjl
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