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STORY OF BOER WAR.
ACCOUNT BEGINS WITH RAID BY DR. JAMESON. Fait of Tw Republics Mad Cartels Tear iHttwr-Boer Fare Coalc by landing- Natal Caatara af CrrnaJ la Beglanlac of th Kad. The origin of tb Anglo-Boer war rosy be MM to date from the Jameson raid or 1898. Tb details of tbat as- ault on tb Integrity of the Dutcb repub , Ilea in Soutb Africa are yet fresh, la the pablic recollection. Dr. Jameaon was Scotchman residing in Caje Colony and largely interested with Cecil Rhodes ami other Brit lab ass. CTtOX-IB. subjects In gold aud diainoud minlug. The object of the raid was to over throw the authority of the Transvaal and Orange free State governments to levy tribute upon the product of the mines. This tribute was regarded as excessive aud Is still viewed lit that light, but aa the workers of the mines were deriving Immense fortunes front them little hardship was Inflicted. The defeat of lr. Jameson's project and his Vapture restored the status quo for a time. The raider was sent to Englaud for trial. He was received there more as a hero than as one guilty of an offense agsiust the comity of na tions. After, a farcical trial be was acquitted aud set at litierty.- This en raged the Boers and let them to the be lief tbat the raid had been prearranged In I-ondon and had the sanction of those In authority. It was likewise taken as a forecast of the British poll- tfWFa. aS GENERAL W HITE AND STAFF IX LADTSMITEL ej of the future and a menace to the rainy season had begun and the Boers Independence of the republics. j bad destroyed all the bridges across ICracer Precipitates the War. j ue stream. Several Ineffectual at The war may be said to date from tempts were made to ford It. bot each Oct 1, 1S, when Paul Kruger, Presl- j was met by a galling fire from the dent of the South African Republic. Boers on the northern banks, who had tent bis ultimatum taken advantage of the natural forma to Great Britain, t-on of the country and bad besides This was a flat re-' thrown up strong earthworks within fnsal of the British easy rifle range of all the possible iemand that sub- j fords. ets of the crown On Oct 16 the British garrison at .e allowed equal , Mafeking waa attacked and a siege political privileges lasting 213 daya was begun. In all with natives of the two repultlcs the iransvaal and the Orange Kite State. Previous to this Mr. scHAi.a.Bt Ro... Kruger had reached an understanding with President Bteya of the Orange Free State "by which they became ailies to resist the British encroachments to the extremity of war. ' It soon developed that a conflict with Great Britain had long been foreseen by the Boer governments. In an In credibly short time Jhey had placed armies ia the field composed of trained sharpshooters armed with the bent of modern rifles.. wiUe their artillery was of the most effective and bandied with a skill tbat left no room to doubt that the men behind the guns thoroughly understood their business. The Boer plan of campaign original ly was to advance rapidly with a large force of mounted troops into Cape Col ony and Natal and sweep the British . f ,.,,.... . . Into the sea. In the light of subse- qoent events it is clear tuat during the first three months of the war this was practicable, since there were then few British in Cape Colony and the majority of the eoionlsts were ready to rise. But the possibility of captur ing Bbodea in Kimberley, Baden-Pow- J, ' . COt. BADCT-POWrXL ' The defender of Mnf-klng. n b appeared t the taed of bis scouts, leading a sortie from Msfefcfog. r ell )n Mafeklug and General White's force near Ladysinitb diverted their energies till the arrival of large British forces made the plan appear imprac ticable. Pea British la Ladjrsaiitb. The British plan at the outset was mainly defensive. General White, In Natal, deemed it important to defend Ladystultb aud the stores accumulated there, though it waa not a good posl- tlou. General Syiuons was sent a few miles north of that place, to Dundee, to oppose the Boer forces from the t his force being estimated st 230,000 north. So long ss Ladysmlth could . men. General Lord Kitchener accom be held the Invasion of Natal was ob-1 panled him as bis chief of staff, structed. I The matter deemed of the flrst ln Tho flrst encounter was at Dundee Oct. 20. when tb British carried tb Boer position by a frontal attack. bav Ing their commander, Ueneral Etymons, killed and loslug M men, lucludlug IBM taken prlsouera. Next day at Elandslaagte they had leas equivocal success, but lost 223 killed and wound' ed. On Oct. 24 there was a fight at Rlefonteln, with a loss of 111. while the force at Dundee was withdrawn by a circuitous route. Soon after, Oct. SU. at Farqubar'a farm and Nicholson' nek there was a British defeat Whltd losing 1.226 men, of whom 923 wer taken prisoners. The whole British army of Natal was aoon after shut up in Ladysmlth and so remained till Feb. 28. 1900. Thus It appears that less than two weeks after President Krugcr's ultt ntatuin waa sent to London an armed force of Boers under General Joubert waa Invading Natal. The Brltiah forces were Bot prepared to meet them and fell back on Ladysuiltb, where they were Immediately besieged. Slruulta neously a Boer .oininando Invested Klmberley. Colenso and other towns In which British garrison were lo cated. - The casualties were at first Insignia cant, the lighting unimportant, but for several months the British wer the heaviest losers, especially In oflBoers. It seeming to be the Boer tactics to pick off the commanders. Ratlee Meets Flrat Defeat. Oct. 15 General Sir Itedyera Boiler was dispatched from Englaud to the seat of war. It was nearly a mouth before be arrived there. Taking com mand Immediately he began a forward movement from the northern part of Cape Colony, sending a dispatch to En gland as he took up bis line of march toward the north stating that he In tended eating bis Christmas dinner In Pretoria. But at the M odder River he encountered unexpected obstacles. Th BLAIGHT! B -XG BoniX. , El"d'"l 's until th HritiKS twenty jsrds. He in. At KtaucWIaafte one of the Boera it owl nr- irjr urn witbia bra juatmil up t.jif4 another t1 KritUb roriMiral ran Inula tbrougb Ir.ib him hmoe, 'Ittm taiitw, Kbii coa.d sot wfibIrav Uia biuce, wan anly afterward klUtL directions the Boers swarmed In small j parties, attacking detached squad of j the British wherever found aud iriflk-t-. lug serious loss In killed, wounded and captured. Garrison Suffer for Food. Meantime the garrisons at the be sieged towus'were suffering extreme hardships. The supply of provisions ' was suiall.-ss no one had anticipated the contingencies i-at uad arisen. Both citizens sod soldiers were placed on short rations. In Ladysmlth particu larly the privations were great Horses, dogs, cats and even rats were utilized as food. The Mafeklng garrison under Colonel Baden-Powell refused to surrender. A party of .870. soldiers bad been cap tured by the Boers on the second day of the siege, thus reducing the defend , ers of the town t) a mere handful. Usfeklng was In a sorry plight The Boers shelled the town Nov. 0 and Inflicted severs damage. Then the British attempted to cross the M odder River. They were driven back with heavy loss. - At Stormberg oa Dec 10 General Gatacre lost 1,000 men in battle. On the following day General Wanchope fell In an engagement at BpyfoctaJn. On the 1Mb General Buller endeavored to cross the Tugela River, but was driven back with a loss of 1,000 men and eleven guns. Roberta Raises Kiatberlej Bleare. Several other disasters to the Brit ish arms occurred In vsrlous places, and the government, finding the offi cers in command unequal to the emer gencies confronting them, ordered General Roberts to the front Ha se rf Ted st the scene of action on Dec 31, i, and immediately took command. rr- -rr ' PAUL ! I IH H THE GREAT SOUTH AFRICAN STRUGGLE AND J SOME OF of th Chief Actor, tord Ssllbarj, prime milliter or Ureal Britala asd trelasd. Lord Miiaer. bowe commlnlaser la South IMrt. Lord Kulwrtm aad Lord Kitraeoer. eauiaisDiler la chief. Oeaeral rreaca. Inn HamllUn, Broe Usmlltoa, T acker aad KtksvlcB. freoldrat Kniser of Bouts Africsa Republic Pmldeat Sta of Mrans Free State. General sriMlk-Burcer, artlaa p reel dent of TnasvssL Generals Joubert o)esd and Louis tiotaa, coaiiBa(ters la calef. Coiaawadaata D Wet. Del re;, Croaj. Valjoea ssd KnulBger. Meaaorabl lacldoat. Brttlsa "buck week" disasters al Sturm berg, Macenfoatsta aad Coleaso, 10- ljt, lesa. 8ir Kedrers Buller snoeraeded br Lord Roberts as com sunder la calef. Lord klrrbraer aa rhlet of -tig. Dee- la, ltwtt. 8pioa Kop. Jaa. ii 24. 1800. ' ' ' Crotije surreadeni to Huberts st Pssrdeberg, with .000 awa, rb. JT, 1B0B, Bloemfontetn occupied March IS. PrtiorU Jss t, 1IM0. Oeaersl Joubert dies M.n-k Z1, laOO. Aaaexattoa of Orsnfe r're Stte prorlatmed May 3a, UOa. anaeiacioa of the Transvntl tH-t. 'JS, ltMl. Sorrender of iTlnnloo, Ilk 3.000 Boers, Julr 0. 1800. President Krucer Sees from tiie Traaavaal Sept. 11. UOa. -Lord Koberts aalls for hum rc. 11. 1VUX Ike Wet's raid la Cape Colon?, December, 1000, and January, 1ML Vnauccessfnl neeotlatlona fur peace, rebraarr. 1801. Botha uasuecewtul raid oa Znlulaad. Heptenber, 1901. Kltrheuers bis drives of D Wet and Delarej, spring, lSOt, lMlarejr s capture of Met hueo, aprtn. 1 Peac aeitotutkins begun March 33, 1W3. Death of Cecil Rhodes, Mare SS. ItCK. Terms of surrender signed May Jl, M03. Coat la Life aad Traar British offl era. 1.064: men. a.143; total. XLW. Bent home lt.Tailded-Orb.-era. S.0S0; mea, ;u,U; total, 7S.88X Boera mot eiactlf hnowui. Lowe reported of all klodn up to 1V03, Loaaes of all kind In lswi. .. Crobable actual number of Boera engaged. 70,000. Boers reduced at end of war to .. Prisoners at Ceylon. St. Helena. Bermuda and Cape, 4O.0OH Cost la money to Great Britain, estimated. tl,Su,vuu,wUu, i -t 1 1 1 nm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n Dortance was the relief of Kltnberiey. General French, the dashing cavalry commander, was detailed to the task, and with a strong force marched for the beleaguered town. On bis approach the Boers abandoned their positions, not even offering battle, and the town was relieved Feb. 15. 1SKK). This wss the first piece of good for tune for the British army. It was fol lowed by a battle with General t'rouje. who, with 4.OJ0 men snd s number of guns, wss forced to surrender on Feb. 27. The entire lot of Boer prisoners was deported to the island of St Helena. On Feb. 28, 1900. General Buller, after overcoming a stubborn -resistance, succeeded in relieving lady smlth. Then followed the surrender of Bloemfonteln. On March 27 the Boers suffered sn Irreparable loss in the death of their commander-in-chief. General Joubart They were driven from point to point and flnaliy, on June 3, Pretoria surrendered, followed some seven weeks later by the sur render of General Prtnsloo with 3.350 men. President Kruger had meanwhile be come a fugitive. He left the capital by stealth and made bis way to Dur ban, where ne secureJ passage on a French vessel for Marseilles. Kept 1 the Transvaal was declared by proclamation annexed to the Brit ish empire and Lord Roberts, deeming his work accomplished, started back to Knslan.l. setting sail Dec. 12, leav ing General Kitchener In supreme com ma ml. The year 19l was not marked by any especially noteworthy events. The Boers kept up a desultory guerrilla war fare, attacking small parties of British soldiers wherever found. General Botha was nominally In chief com mand, but most of the fighting was done by General Christian De Wet and General Ielarey, both of whom kept the British forces in hot water most of the time. Time after time De Wet was reported to be securely entrapped, but be always mansged to escape cap ture. The most notable events of recent date were the capture by the British of General Scboeppers, woo was badly wounded. He was tried by a military court on the charge of violating th A BOEB COMMANDO CAITUUED BV BKITI8U CAVALBT. KRUGER. H l lt4H ITS TRAGIC FEATURES. Dee. wit tt r 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 m tti n 1 1 1 m laws of war. found guilty and shot al though he had to be carried from tb hospital tent to the place of execution. March 7 of the present year General Lord Methuea waa defeated, wounded and taken prisoner by General Delsrey. He wss promptly released and given a safe-conduct to the British lines. Ia return for this set of clemency Gen eral Krltxlnger, a Boer commander, '7 fa oi.ieral Jot-srsT. wss set at liberty by Lord Kitchener. The overtures for peace were mails by the British commander early last Msrch. Soma difficulty was experi enced in rescblng th Boer command, ers In the Held, who were widely scat tered. They were finally brought to gether snd after a consultation last ing severs! days It wss decided to sub mit the British proposition to the men In anna and to abide y the decision of th plebiscite. If yon wer written up as tb hers (or heroine) of a novel, as yoa actually are, bow the critics would roast such a character! It was a great Idea to refer to a cir cus 'as "a great moral show." 1 J z- 0 dw-&V 7 Disfigured Skin Wasted muscle and decaying bono. What havoc I .... Bcrotula. let alone, Is cspahlt of ill that, and mora, l. k.nrfiM In .. .m,'.r7 ,h dye- i in nova, " - ".";,,. Wood's Sarsaparllla i Which expels all buroort, cures all 1 srup. and builds up th. whols . whether young or old. TtaTBuTiM- n,nil'.TtKa".KI-flutli.f aal Uj :cauWtta tT.h.irtth 'Hoadl SarweyitiS; Hw u Bt Hpy. They say that Mamie's twlea as happy since her divorce." "She, ought to be. Her husband 1 .n,. i,.r i'lO a month lor spending money, snd now she gets fu lor alimony." Fan rrancisco Talk. FITS tiriaaimty Cure. Sa Sta r aamueaaui ,Jhr kllartfirtat rW . u K -J. trlJ tt U Q.I tra Ml 'I STTTa 11 au.iLuL.au KhS-rhilalhia,rs A Peter for "P." Toddy Pa? Pa Vea, dear. Teddy-May I sk s questionT Pi rvrtnini. TadJv. T.l,lrWher'a the wind when it don't blow? New York Tima. r n I ? Aufi' DniAfi ivii yim rvitivu m9l3 laannnrtliataiatksDWl of the saaay dangerous wiia plants aoa suruoa. To touch or handle them quicklvprodncesssrellins; and inflammation with in tense itrhine and burninr of the skin. The eruption sooa atsappamrs, to buj- I.M LlM, IflMMt htlt almost ss sooa ss th little blisters snd s 1 1 1 ptutuit pprel in poison na rcacavu t. 1.1 I J ...ft m ait1a.ff Ui viuuu, as USA wsa a . i" interrtU aa4 ech ttmt ia trior Kgr irv lOTTn. 4 ut pvisKra win r . a.MM sit ASM it BfjM.,(M ivi Jei js aansai svi; ... must b forced out of th blood before you mtare's Aitlloie Natire's hUtnt, b th only cor for Poison Oak, Foisoti Ivy, snd sit noxious plants. It is cone posed exclusively of roots snd herbs. Now is th time to get th potaoa out of your system, ss delay mskes your condition worse. Don't experiment longer with salves, washes and soaps they never cure. Mr. a. M Mara hall, bookkeeper of the Atlanta (Co) Caa Light Co., waa puoud wnh roo Oak. He took Sulphur, Ataraw aud varloe other dmfa. aod applied eaiernallr sauKtooa lodona aad aalrea with nanratfit. At tinea the awelllas aad iasaainaiion vaaeo arwe he waa nlavsat ah ad. For eight .ara the potaoa woald break out erere aeaaoa. Hia conditio waa Buck lot promt after takiaf oae bottle of S S S , and few bfKttea cleared a blood of the polio, sad U evidences of the diaeaae dtaappeared. People are often poisoned without knowing when or bow. Explain your ess fully to our phrsiciaas, snd they will cheerfully give such information and ad vice ss yon require, without charge, snd are will send st the same time aa interest. lag book on Blood and Skin Diseases. tag twin sKcine stumta. a. Ctt a Pppry rea, "Cooks," said the wits woman, vary their cooking acording to their personal characteristic, lift a clisr-1 acterless cook snd you will find tattn- : less viands set before yon. Did yoa ever notice that s good cook is a very 1 peppery sort of s jwrson, ss a rule?" ! ew York Times. YANKEE METHODS QALL EUROPE McOnmck Keeper Seer Saccst at Fragile IsasJesMa Shew. Special cable to the Chicago Daily News Prague, Jane 0. At the annual Bo hemian agricultural snd implement fsir now open in this city Hie methods ol American exhibitors, especially thorn of tho McCormick Harvesting Machine Company of Chicago, angered their German and Austrian competitors. The McCormick Company showed reapers, mowers and binders in opera tion and monopolised the attention of th visitors. The German and Aus trian firms appealed against these "underhand methods," hut the police refused to interfere. The Americans secured 90 per cent of the orders, snd for a time it looked ss though the Euro peans would provoks a riot. Rijht la It "I have teen making a tour of the Soutb," remarked J. B. Joseph. "I was greatly amused on alighting from the train on the Georgia Central, in Savannah. The station is surrounded in all directions by a lot of saloon. in great illuminated letters over one , of there saloons was the sign: " 'Open all night.' " 1 he Kind You IUt Always ture of Chan. II. Fltli..r B4auw What is CASTORIA Castoria, is a harm less siibstlttite for Castor Oil l"v. woric, Drops and Soothiiiff Kyntna, It is l'lrnHni "TT contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otl.ir N,?!' substance. Its w'to it! Kiarlt..t"e. It drstnfvs W and tvllays Fererishness, It euros bliiiTiu..T,? 1 ViT"? Colic. It relieve. Teethlnn; Trouhlei, ctei ConntL Bl and Flatulency. It asslniilate. tl rFod?reS tho Htomach and Itowrl. wlvlna; healthr atul nn.i 1 t,,e The Children's I'anacca-Tho M ."l.?,r,-.n.HV,rttl le'P iiiiiu, The Kid You Hare Always Bought S7 vuo In Use For Over 30 Years. rm aaoeaa aoaeaaa. MUM1. lonaar. ..uullvlisvatliell Htranger-i'o I'w'i'1" Manhaltsn ui vmim,. ... -longer up Ibsrs than they .rs on ti e Itrft level, ami .vary lnu " hBre.Ttwn Topics. Hamlin's Wl.r.l Oil alll cuia Urer thing wliidi yuti '""' """i rials rwsr. Plat powder Is ustislly ma-leof rotige , ..1..1L iMataiMiwtltirrnn anu premrwu ni. ",,.. ,u,, Ulning mercury puts a splwidltl pollslt on silver, but is very injurious. A lady who revl.uil uae-l Monopols Byrup. alter uioving to Ull . . ... i..t a had not been iornis, : - - able to fln.1 nytliln Mo"0' . . . . I I aai est BUha puis In that state anu ubsico-i ... ' to it that she emild be snpplied. 8uch conmients as this on Monopols H wear ies at very common, b" "'Bra Is a reasnn for It. Tl.a finest wl.Mi 1 wnrl.l afTonli Is packed utnler the Nm- o.atls brand. Most flrst-clsss groters hsmlls Monopols. AccMiat4 Per, "lis looks so gtavs." That's beeau he it burled in him self." . - hlii. WB Walk. Allan. Foot-ISs. ss tlM teal eauv. It la a c.rtalll rura ' '"I' ' ' loin sudawollan. llrwi.nm, "' L"T'- " ' ,r odar AlaJIdrussuita.'"). I rial lcha Biall S hK. Adisi Ala B. Uliuald, UK.-1T. n. y. Csrtl. Coral is a shell of carbonate at lime, Inhsbittetl by an animal, which ran be readily detected under the inlcro scope in any piece of live) ooral freshly taken from the water. FIGURES FOR FARMERS. Sent lUawrlu a Iht Prattltsl Um sf Bias In) Twhts. What sppenls to the (armsr, lu the matUtr of Twine, is satisfsetion lu use, and iu economy. A poor article l dear st any price. A clean, stronu tw ins is a pleasure to use. In economy note the following All ures, and see that a purw Manila, i'0 feat to Hie pound, will tie mora bun dles st a given cost than any other brand. Estimating the cost to the consumer at the following prices we have: AlltfW- ins m h'eat lltivlll bind i' UM wi Coat Mm teat rlorer Lvsi....... Manila eial a standard. uu Of course the number ol bundle per sera will depend on how heavy the gsin is; but on the bari of 400 bun dles per acre the coat per bit would be: Pure Manila, 50 feet per pound, 1.7 cent per acre; Manila, 600 feet per pound, SO rent per acre; Hisal Htandaid, 500 feet per pound, SI. 3 cent per acre. Owing to its superior quality many consumers think the brand known a Four I-eaf Red Clover is the product ul ntn Kaatern msmifarturer, whereas It is msile in Portland, Oieiron, a can be seen from the tag on each ball. From Kaatern farm journals it can be readily teen that the large Kaitcrn manufac turers are responsible for the high price of fibre and nisiutaining the value of 8ial and Standard twine. They con trol the Hisal fibre situation in Yuca tan, where all the flbr for the world's consumption is raised, snd holding the market up to s price that prevents the smsllei mills from getting fibre at a low enough prico to compete with them. If farmers wilt only remembei that ti."U feet Manila is the cheapest in the end snd use this qnslity of twine, they will develop our trade with the Philippines, which means an Increase of population on the Pacific coaat and broadening the market for farm products. S r"rrV!l -v I J Brand g j J5 ISW I tl wren; WUKlJ I SWEET CORN, IS Vanitlia m P1EL0 FODDER CORN, I V.rtttitt. f POP CORN-Dm'I Prrt Th.l "THH OLOfJST TRUST COMPANY IN OttBOOM." PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY of OREGON INCURPOHATF.0 APRIL II, l7. tr.HJ. I. COHKH, frMl.lenl. n, .KK P.VtiET, Heeroisry. T Partaaad Treat Company af Orago laauea httereat Bearing Cart I (Vat ea al Uapealt mm taa Vmm ru . rJl?Ci,ir,r,","i'1' IP",l. " i-a.VT .! ih'il'in ',,1n"," ''r call i'.v. . . i. J.'. 1 ' . . ,n,"r ""tie, -v, -r oaui per annum. i',; "il "J nn ' M"r '!' 1 e. 4,.r rem annum. deahtd. "' oym' wl11 lld unsnarl or aauil nnuslly II PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF ORBOON, 104 Third Street, Portland, Orafoa. IlouKht luis borne'tholBTtr t... . . . r oinaiure or al No Hair? "My hair wtt falling out vry fast and I wtt greatly Harmed. then tried Ayer'a Hair Vigor in. my hilr stopped filling at onc." Mrt. C. A. McVsy, Alexandria, 0. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer'a Hair Vigor. If the gray hairs are beginning to show, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every time. 11.14 a tanls. All snfftsts. If your d m relet eanjn supple yoa, lead ua on dollar snd aatll aapraai nu a bot 1 la. It aura and alo Ui nau f rout erealiireeonle, Aililraaa, ' d.C.AikilCO.,LowIUAlaa, Cults fsrehs. There Is a demand for gntta wirli 000 I me greater than the supply. Mother will find Mr. Wlnslow's Sonth, Ins rlyrtip th beat rcnidy to us tor their lil Id ran during lb lawthlug period. Th Carthuakt fUcara. Oreec holtls lh esrthqusks record with 8,187 shocks in flv years. all " Ilia V nf mi.- Kat, t t'ATA- uu ; maii.Mi ritt.K tut A. H. KOVLAN. Clatter! A foot . Mrt'onulrk HarvaatlKS MarilM r. auction. ' I MILWAUKEE MOWER a You ran rut w r l ay a-Uk tba I aama team In lb ta n tlm ami f with (manors (hen with n other a Mower. W bat more ruuM yuu ant T I J. A. FRt:12MAN, 0e. Agt, I t0 thut Water M.. I fUatrLANO, OtietMtM. I Wshcr A. Tood aaJ Minai Estru i.tt0tt-mt i''.'bhii BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY ruitland. iiT..n. runtdll i lost Sc.oal far lifi lilltiry ui 11111 Triiihi Writ lot llluauaia t Caialoeoa, ARTHUR C. NlZWItL. Principal v m. V a wNfaia. Tl 1 than mny oihvr n Mtefid, 'Xutuit la M w ,W piBUtw rUTI. 1m Hnt t ItW " "m. UMBERSGN, Portlantf. Ore. 't'.fi'f a.aii ''! than K ach. faraMe .n ten dara t'uat ipaiir, , jwr cant r aitnuta. HOW ABOUT IT? When von atrtksa atnm with the ordlnarf aaih rat rnaen. r.il. iar iunj almut a khuwn lu (Ha above II I ual ration, ami Hi'' all poak cuta. nod all a ill do Uila aimpt tM CliampliMl lira t ut Mnwvr. . Una amra in h.iw that ptaaatrro aaln oar will mm th oheela frum oin.l. dwinaw trarllnn and rutiln power. With In t'saov pmu Draw Cut ItiartMilrarr la the n-ult-l;" aur ualiiM Ilia bar In baavr mUln downward pull, Iwlillna the wheala IHl'" ' the ammid. InrrviMiHi trartlnn. mora niW'i nmUnath nn-u i..-e-ful miller on tl" SU Thla rai'l alanita uinllimld. '' " want Ih. beat now.r wad, Uuj' Uw t liauil"oa ilrawtul. ... Hand r.ir hf ortMlrmmlal lettera frooi has; dnalaofri.l.alilnl cu.louiMa all "" 'T"!!', J Wmhhnrtnn ami lil.ho. MITCIIKI.U I'-'; MVU l, o.n.ral Aaeuia. i'lirtlaml. or; Summer Resolution ilecioy Curo 8ur relief In.m Itnttor, opium anil lolisco habits, saud for rtlsu!ra hi lei!l8ylnstitot8J:;.:1l1-"; . r. n. v. -o. i-l Hilt wrlUng t sdvortlsora plaaaa I 81'VTIIK 0. K. HAY RAKES: ( at In ..f m St-adow, 1 Mull, Men SHd half II up. Itet. (ral. t ' feel. 12 leei, 1 ': b . 1 "; h J ., , -Mauas tau ypar.