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April 19, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS. THE FARM AND HOME. HOW AN IMMENSE YIELD COKN WAS PRODUCED. OF Credited Lara; ely to itiliu-UIrt th Cow Variety tains; no Incubator Plr-Eatlng Farm Note and Homo Hint. I m mans Yield of Corn. A write r in the 'Practical Farinpr tell how he produced 120 bushel on flve-tights of an acre which Deems fabulous. He nays the ground sloped slightly to southwest ' being hill land ana ciay sou. it naa neen in cow paiture several yearn, was plowed about May 20th about six inches deep, turning all growth of gratis mude up to time of plowing. He harrowed immediately after, and planted in rows three feet apart, hills about twenty inches apart, and from three to Ave kernels in a hill; furrows about four inches deep, for low lands or wet ground it should be more shallow, After planting he mixed hen drop' pings, ashes and plaster about equal parts, and put a handful on each hill. No other measure was used. As soon ai the rows were visible, he began stirring the ground with cultivator and hoe.kneping it mellow and free from weeds until it wus too largo to admit further cultivation, hilling but very little, and thinning in all cases to not more than five stalks in a hill, and the average not more than four. i ne corn eared well, and every ear was filled up to the tip. He credits this very largely to the ashes. He eays: I believe that with plenty of clover to plow under and ashes for top dress ing, I van produce as large crops as can be raised with any other manure, Of course, good crops cun also bo raised with stable manure, but I would not attempt to raise corn on ground not fertile enough to raiso good corn with sod and top dressing in the hill as before stated. I prefer putting on the manure when seeding to grass, or more properly clover, mow one year, then plow under all the growth possible up to tho Llrao of planting. In this way you get the manure plowed under for the corn, together with a good sod and green growth, which is worth much more to produce a good crop of coi n than to skim the ground up to f of plow ing, and then depend on a lot of fresh manure plowed under. I find that the " best safeguards against drought are: First, a good growth of clover, and clover sod plo.ved under; second, a good dressing in the hill, of ashes, . piaster anu hen droppings; third, a good and thorough cultivation, koop- ing the ground loose and mellow; fourth, keeping down all kinds of weed growth, thereby giving corn the benefit of all the moisture to bo had. I do not wish, however. -to be placed on record as having any ob jootions to stable manure for corn; if the ground is light, or y .u have not tho clover and sod, then substitute a heavy dressing of good stable manure, but plow as early as possible. Thea follow with the fertilizer in tho hill, and a fair crop would probably be the result. (live the Cow a Variety. Cows aro kept for the milk, butter and cheese they will produce. Hut they cannot produce those in a satls- . .. . i . i .. . i . , jr i.m.nn, vt titer as regards quality or quantity, unless they havo the elements or material in their food from which to combine them. A cow may be well fed In ono way and yet fail to produce a profitable quantity of milk. Unless a variety is supplied some of the functions will bo impaired for want of proper material from which to manufacture tho secretion of pro duct. When only one or two mate rials are supplied it is nearly alwuys necessary to supply an excess of somo materials in order to secure a suf ficient amount of others. Jiy giving a larger variety a more complete ra tion can readily bo made up, lesson ing the quantity, and in this way to some extent rediiolug the cost. Un der present conditions, with every farm product it is an Important Item to reduce tho cost as much as possi ble, and with the milch cows tho muniier of feeding la an Important item. It 1 always best to feed 11Im ally, to feed a variety, supplying as fully as possible the elements needed in the rlifht proportion to secure the results desired. in nutimon to securing Hotter re sults at a le cost, giving a variety will keep the animals with a better appetite, uud a cow must of necessity le a hearty eat r If she Is a cootl milker. Hut the ration must Im a proper one; corn uud straw may mako lat, but will rarely prove a profitable ml! It ration. iirun, oil meal, oats, clover hay and ui y kind of succulent food will help mako milk. W o may not N able to Increase the richness of mik lo any considerable extent by feeding. That , It U tllflleult to " iumka a cow that naturally vivos tbl.t. poor itulk to give richer; but by lib vrul etnlin- of good ration It U rosily pi" llile to increase the quan tity. Am n rule a cow should Imjjlven all Witt! site hHI mi up ell an at each lliea). 'Die mti.ii shtuilj be varied to ki vp ttct uitti a gtvkl appetite and Supply hep with the need I I'lemeut fur the I'l'mUieUuu of milk, The m a raH ui Oiai will If m-Ml rctumm Ji'al wHl vary In different loe.tluU s, Iki luUliy largely upon tho tahm of thn tlilWi tit pied n ii, In almost all localities tu.oi rait In mado a part of tb ration, In t fry many, ell iiu al, and Utrit w IMt o,tt, rye aid com a gel giuiii ration can lw supplied and sunU'tcuHy tailed I i . p up I'm appetite. I'lovrr hay, fodder, lrnv mid timothy luty ought In supplv a Variety In roughness and If fed lttr ally w 111 ,ic('unj 4ood supply of milk. Yiu too many Urn feed U h' i l ntmph: the mistake is made In not u-plying a needed variety. uraicr s t oloe. I'sloj as Incubator. 1 not be deceived with the idea that Incubators need no care. The best that can be made requires at tention, but as an Incubator hatches out hundreds of chicks at once the care bestowed is not great consider ing the vast amount of work per formed, as. compared with hatching by the aid of hens. An incubator t-an be made to hatch at any time, out not so witn trie hens, we are awaro that failures many tiroes occur, but then the hens often faiL They break their eggs, adandon their nests, trample their chicks and do many other things, which places them at a disadvantage also. The Incubator is an inanimate machine and requires intelligence in its management, and if the operator is unv. tiling to devote a portion of his tlnvj to supplying the brain work he cannot expect to meet with success, i he hen is governed by natural In stinct, and yet she new f watvhlng to a certain extent. It is onlr bv in telllgeut labor that results are to be expected. I'oultry Keeper. Variation In l,lttr of Figs. It is never-the case that the plgi from t sume litter will be uniform through tho lot, The difference can be seen at birth. instead of the smaller pigs catching up by extra feeding they only grow less and less valuable. If both are kept until fully grown the oiliorence Iratwecn best and poorest, each having tho samo chance, will sometimes !o more than 100 pounds, usually more than fifty. At this rate whatitf a runt pig worth at birth P We leave our readers to figure this out for themselves. Our Idea is that the poor, stunted pig is worth some thing less than nothing. American Cultivator. , Farm Not. (Jot everything done as near the right time as possible. Careless, hasty seed sowing is often the cause of failure. (irow only such crops as are bost adapted to your soil and climate. The fields that are tramped wet never fully recover from the effects. Havo two shares to every plow and save time in keeping tho plows sharp. lest new varieties in small plots before attempting to grow a general crop. Hull Ing the meadows will materlall v help in harvesting tho hay in a good condition. Mix kerosene and lamp black and apply to steel surfaces to keep them from rusting. Harrowing thoroughly Is a work that pays, the finer tho soil tho bet ter tho generation. It is the difference in the cost of, production and what is received that determines the profit. Tho first reason why farming does not pay is tho neglect to make, save and apply tho manure. With a little forethought tho larnior can nearly always plan out a good system fov himself. . ' ' , It will be good economy to go over the meadows and pastures and sow grass seed in the vacant places. The selections and planting of cood seed will aid materially in securing a go()(1 th d , jd f tOO , . . t ' 1 , . lo much 'at oft(ln 'ans 0H.H ot V aB w?1 ttB .neo,m .Hna VIor' Breeding and growing stock need the latter. By applying the animal manures as fast as made there is but little, if any loss of n.-.'jgon or other valuable fer tilizing elements. Wheat bran and oil meal will not only Increase tho flow of milk, but in crease a rapid growth with young stock und add to the value of manure. Mollis Hints, cotTco grounds on your I'ut your house plants. leather innts are shown for pol- Ished tables. Use a small, soft snonco to apply tho blacking to a stove. Put a tctispoouful of salt into a kerosene lump once In awhile to pre vent odor. Never wash raisins that aro to bo used In sweet dishes. It will mako tho pudding or t ako heavy. An excellent way to restore the brightness of tarnished brass is to dissolve in a saucer of ammonia a lit tle of any of the scouring soaps sold. Apply with u toothbrush and polish w 1th a bit of chamois. Articles of fo ul that are damp or ulcy should lo ver be left In pajM-rs. 1'apep Is merely a compound tt rags, glue, lime and similar substances, with acids ami chemicals intermixed, and when damp U unlit to touch tlilnys thai are to ho eaten. jri;e square of Turkish bath loading, aim ist sheets tit Ue, n o lU'lch Used Instead (if bath I'tiltm. I'l.e limit tlolli is manageable- and etvlieablii actually a a ilrjitig lowl, w Idle the rol, Is iitH'cssarlly, from it fushiitiilii, merely a cover Ing. When a child i cile a cut Mith a knife ot any !iat p object, m h as Us, or front u Ull, .sU thi cut HcSl with waiiit aster, to ii iumw any urt wiiti u may have ol In, and the it put a dc ,f clean, soft liiu'ii round the pact, and fasten it on In winding til tun around It or by m.. .tn of a HamtkCM hief ur l amU.'e. Always pimd a lai'ifo c;. n t b il, your t leUie.hukkel be fur putting A I he i Ud hi'-'. 'a a t le.tn damp b.l.'i aloiij Hie i li'Wu's lia.t lit Inn t 'rem dut A raUauUtid wire liiOielUie t l't. a it need not to taken down, beildc Ineinj td ud of to fear of btvaka.o v liu. riiitf in atiois, wuit in diM'l at tendant! tf such ci lil'immotw. OCR RATIONAL PLATFORM. The People's Party Platform Adopted t Omaha Jmj , 1802. . Assembled upon the 116th anniversary of the Declaration of Indepsadenoe, the People's part j of America, in their first national convention, Invoking upon their action the blessings of Almighty Cod, puts forth In the name and on be half of the people of ' this oowntry the following preamble and declaration of principles: PREAMBLE. Tne conditions wnioh surround ms best Justify our oo-eperatUm. We meet la the midst of nation brought to the verge of moral, political and material rnln. Corruption dominates the ballot boi, the legislatures, the congress, and touches even the ermine of the benoh. The people are demoralized most af the states have been compelled to Iso late the voters at the polling plaoes to pre ventunlversal intimidation or bri bery. The newspapers are largely sub sidized or muziled, publio opinion silenced; business prostrated; our homes covered with mortgages; labor impover ished and the land concentrating la the hands of, oapltallsU. The urban work men are denied the right of organisa tion for self protection; Imported pan periled labor beats dewa their wages, a hireling standing army, unrecognized by our laws. Is established to shoot them down; and they ast rapidly de generating Into European conditions. The fruits of the toll of millions aro boldly stolen to build up eolossal for tunes for a few, unprecedented in the boetory of mankind; and the possessors of these, In turn, despise the republlo andendsnger liberty. From the same prolific womb of governmental iajwtloe we breed the two great olassei tramps aad millionaires, The national power to create money is appropriated to en rich bondholders. A vast publio debt, psyable In legal tender currency, has been funded Into gold-bearing bonds, thereby adding millions to the burdens of the people. Silver, which has been accepted as coin since the dawn of history has been demonetized to add to the purchailng power of gold by decreasing the value of all forms of property as well as hu man labor, and the supply of currency is purposely abridged to fatten usurers, bankrupt enterprise and enslave Indus tries. A vast conspiracy against man kind hss been organized en two conti nents and it is rapidly taking possession of the world. If not net and over thrown at once, It forebodes terrible social convulsions, the destruction of oivlllzatlon or the establishment of an absolute despotism. We have witnessed for more than quarter of a century the struggles of the two great political parties for power and plunder, waile grlev wrongs nave been innietea upon a suffering people, we onarge that the controlling Influences dominat ing both these parties have permitted the existing dreadful conditions to de velop,wlthout serious efforts to prevent or restrain them. Neither do they now promise as any substantial reform. They have agreed together to Ignore, la the coming campaign, every issue but one. Tbey propose to drown the outcries of a plundered people with the uproar of a sham battle over the tariff, so that capitalists, corporations, nation al banks, rings, trusts, watered stock, the demonetization of silver and the oppressions of the usurers may all be lost sight of. They propose to sacrifice our homes, lives and children on the altar of mammon; to destroy the multi tude in order to secure corruption funds from the millionaires. Assembled en the anniversary of the birthday of the nation and filled with the spirit ef the grand generation whioh established our independence, we seek to restore the government of the republlo to the bands of "the plain people," with whom it originated. O We asser t'our purposes to be identical with the purposes of the national con stitution: "To form a more porlect union, establish Justice, insure dorres tlo tranquility, provide for the common defesoe, promote the general welfare, and sssure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity." We declare that this republic can only endure as a free government while built upon the love of the whole people for each other and for the nation; that it cannot be ptnasd together by bayonets; thai the civil war is ever and that every passion and resentment which grew w ot it must die with It, and that we must be in fact ss we are in a awe, the united brotherhood of free men. Our country finds Itself confronted by i eoadlttoos for which there is an prtoe deat la the history of the world; our annusl agricultural productions amount to billions of dollars la value, whWU must wlthla a few wks or months to eiohtnged for billion, of dollars of com Kodtlles ooniuotsd la their production; UesiUtlng currency supply U wholly laadeuuat V make this eiehaafe; the result are falling prlot , H e formation ef oombloes aad rings and tfc im poverUhuignt of the prtsiuetpg oIms, We t!dge ourselves thai, it given power, we wilt Ubuf to correct tbe evils by wle and reasonable leg I' lion la nciMtrtleace with the tortat f our pUlforiu. Wo brieve thai the puwet of govern taent-ln other ar4. af the tveuule huu!J ba I eiiiaaded (as la the tae ef the puetal servloe) as rapidly and as far aa the good sense ot an intelligent people and the teachings of experience shall Justify, to the end that oppression, injus tice and poverty sbail eventually oease In the land. While our sympathies as a party of reform are naturally upon the side of every proposition which will tend te make men Intelligent, virtuous and temperate, we nevertheless regard these questions, Important as they are, as seoonaary to tee great issues now pressing for solution, and upon which not only our individual prosperity, but the very existenoe of free institutions depend; and we ask all men to first help us to determine whether we are to have a republlo to administer, before we differ aa to the conditions upon which it is to be administered. Believ ing that the forces of reform this day organized will never cease to move forward until every wrong is remedied, and equal rights and equal privileges securely established for all men and women of the country, therefore: WE DECLARE lrst That the union of the labor forces of the United States, this dsy consummated, shall be permanent and perpetual. May it spirit enter into all hearts for the sa' ration of the republlo and the uplifting of mankind. Second Wealth belongs to him who creates it, and every dollar taken from industry without as equivalent is rob bery. "If any will not work, neither shall he eat." The Interests of rural and civic labor are the same; their ene mies identical. Thlrd-We believe that the time has corns when the. railroad corporations will either own the people or the people mus own the railroads, and should the government enter upon the work of owning and managing any or all rail roads, we should favor aa amendment to the constitution by whioh all persons engaged la the government service shall be placed under a civil service regulation of the most rigid character; so as to prevent the Increase of the power of the national administration by the use of such additional government employees. PLATFORM, We demand a national currency, safe, sound and flexible, issued by the gene ral government only, a full legal tender (or all debts, public and private, and that without the use of banking corporations; that a Just, equit able and effloient means of distribution direct to the people, at a Us not to ex ceed two per cent, per annum, to be provided, as set forth in tbe subtreasury plan ot the Farmers' Alliance, or some better system; also by payments in die charge of its obligations for publio im provements. We demand the free and unlimited oolnage of silver aid gold at tbe present legal ratio of 10 to 1. We demand that the amount of circu lating medium be speedily lnoreased to not less than ICO per oaplta, We demand a graduated Income tax. We believe that the moneys of the country should he kept as much as pos sible in the hands of the people, aad henoe we demand that all state and national revenues shall be limited to the necessary expenses of the govern ment, economically and honestly ad ministered. ' We demand that postal savings banks beeslablishedby the government, for the safe deposit of the earnings of the people, ana to faoilltate exchange, Transportation being a means of ex- hange and a public necessity, the gov- ohange eminent should own and operate tbe railroads In the Interest of the people. The telegraph aad telephone, like tbe postoffice system being a necessity for transmission of news, should be owned and operated by the government in the interest of the people. The land, including all the natural resources of wealth, Is the heritage of all thn nnfinla. anil ahnuM nnt ha mnnn. nnllifrlffiF imcn'aJlf iviamam points' Wf St OH the I'SclflO ll06S, tO any polldfor 8pccu.aT0 purposes, and point in Minnesota, Wisoonsiu, North alien ownership ef land should be pro- fra Illinois and Iowa, direct to Chicago hicitea. All lanai now held by rail- roads and other corporations in eces r thai .tnal a .11 )ua. owned by aliens, should be reclaimed by the government and held for actual settlers only. North Western Line Palace Sleeper and Fast Crtloago Train Setvlce. 4 . .. I . -.. - a.- ,... . n ymunv car lor Lincoln uopie It now attatihud dally to tho Chkatfo )im Ited, tt-avlmf Lincoln at IX,. No btu?r svrvloe. lowris, rates. Fur tit' k et, bwfth rfsrrvntioti tic. call at city nW l is I o I'wl, tr tit jut or, n ana em stretts. Use Nurthtrn line u CIAwq Ia-iw rauis. r at train. OftVe 1 133 Oht. The tiwlt howl I lithdiiuaruri t! W. II. IVtb. IMvWlua ( inmsBiltr of the Ancient t'r lfr of t-yl Anierlvan H 'in5, W. II Uxt ii. Mww tUtt w gat in U t'ewl ard tie Oitat NxtlB'sMt fcurlr'fhl. llurv 1 hjt ou Uirm ywin lino. To Wave l,iu.ln by oil er MHt'e I n tarneii vt r Ui th .North It a I 1 vtMwm line nruuw, s, that )ou Ui ton tbe "Norih'Wuri" ty puf tli a-lu 4- tlukeUof its rvrebtalt'S, A, V, Fbildlng City Tkket Agnt 111 Ho, 10th, St, K. T. Visirti at tl-s t w r B t lib and U street. r-ifww Tonic fckjJuiUsi ton M .(.! IV. fjlu.hitl. TIL11AKS' HEDICISE CO.. Schenectady, P.Y. M hrockvliic. Onb A GRAND DISCOVERY I 1 solid maul lillasiailssr; m rT.ui. i tbwSwiaJisUitlslaf all,, M,arhsa.ot Uft J lima i unla vat front IftJ la an par wast, and I niaat wilh read aalu anrYwbtra, so (raat l ih ii i 11 msiaj uuoas. uaa Ml-1 '.;" wurui in asiia naa. laaa af esnpls I ttttttxngttti:::AAj &&&&&&&& tiMb, ATIONAL . . , m BuaiNiaaooLLiaiafl !"HIALT0 BLDO., NKXT'TO POST OFFXCE," KASSAi ClTT, MO. j?J ' Most Practical BiMtaJswftnllsiim In than? Wei. bboribaDd, Tvprwrttliiir, aoolt- Di keening aad TslSTSih. fjtorthand 13 by Wail. rhre tautens fras, Hood forlr our SfKClAL BVUUKll UfFKU, ' Vy F. M. WOODS. Fine Stock Auctioneer. 20SOOt., klrieelTt, J-lb PUMNAt COUNTY HtRD BIG BERK HOGS -AND Holstein Cattle. Thirty flv sow br1 for sjirlng farrow, four riiieoi jun rurrow una a few ran pigs at prlva to suit tbe times. H.S WILLIAMSON, Beaver City, Neb Hog Cholera Cured Gretna, Neb.. Nov. 18. 1)3. I here by certify that Henry Combs operated on my bogs in August last and since tbe operation I have nver had my hogs do so well. I believe It to be a food pre ventative airalnst all diseases. I also believe it to be to tbe interest of every botr raiser to try it a the cost is very little. M. J. Gixlzspib. Address. Henry Comiis. 11th. and Cuming St., Omaha, Neb, DR. MCGREW It the oalf SPECIALIST WBOTSKATS ALL PRIVATE DISEASES and DMILITIMof MEN ONLY. weewn f eisS4. It rears esportonee, Circular fro. 14tb and Farnem BU , Omaha, Mn. Tourists from Minnesota Points. Commencina October 6th. a Tourist car leaves Minneapolis every Thursdaj morning ana runs to rue bio and vis Albert Iea to Columbus Junction. ar riving at 11.-07 p. m. and there connect with our C. R. I. & P. train No. ,1J wnicn win noia at tnat point for ar rlvai of the B. C. It. & N. train carrv KS" Beginning October 10th, Tourist car ,. iL.l ir fit i J win leave Albert u& every Tuesday morning anu run via Minneapolis & St. )ffSg-5$ AnDf K5S and be taken west on "Bit? Five" Frl day morning, and run via Omaha, Lin' coin nod Belleville to Pueblo. TO TRAVELERS Free Free Free Free. II you are about to make a trio to north, northwestern Nebraska, the Black Hills country or central Wyom ing, to points in the two Dakotas, to Hi. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth. or tne east and south, you can obtain free of charge at the dty office, 1133 O St. or depot, vomer rth and 8 streets, ef ZNortn wesu rn line, complete and re liable information of all oonneetions, rauie etc. With WXX) miles of its own lines in the states named visitors to anv of them can but serve their interests by patronizing tbe Northwestern line. A. B. niUJIKU, City Ticket Agt., 1 133 O street. W. M. BUIFMAM, tien, Agt Ke that your tickets reatl via th Missouri I'scltlc route for Hut Franolsto. Cal. City ticket iiIUp 1 Jtl O street. Use North wesura Unit to Chtaawr,. Ixtw rates. Fat trains, VtKw llij Obi. The chraiH-sl iilai'a for mouumenta li at (iio. NaiUrmao. ll Mouth Ninth i ht , Unjoin. Anyone eitn obtain frtni nllv?r lllrra lure by athl-wsint The I'an.Atnfrlcnr tU-MtaU'a Ass'ivlatlon, Iktnver. Cola. and enuUsiInK pso (or tntn.) Tu Hot Siiritiif. Ark . and Mum .'J,:mv1 tt ,,ii,-i I'aclfit) rint Id lath. Call on i'hll. U nle t, C. P A T, A. M t .'rtHJt. Llnwlo. NVb. 1 1' ( roun.l trip tit act to n Fran- !., -nt.tj ol thrtHi Ml tlltTrrot rvu've ila Mi4iurl Parlllo. City tluket o-f co '.il o Ht, l.le.silit, Kub The Chicago lamluj (Dally) Glut loth Nwrtb'Weakirn Him un sarpMMtl h-U svrvUe Ui Ch!fsfco mu wWrn cltUi, A. H. tlelding, City Ticket Af ot, IH Mo. IOUi slrm t, Mo cola, Neb, Nerve Mr mk. -x. r r awajMa, s W4ITIS-.A Hra m r ma la mrr suty W wa ! sat alfaaria weaml 4 an?tf .;.jj"i . " en. o.fuu smuKnitH. rorkaana Susju sura .SPRAYsi! 'HA; , poalssArtlnt s ' V Tr 1. 1 1 I 1 lug Outma prsaaat 4. " Mi I lUafailfbtA WanafX a I I iKrill. InR- sjbaarJ f J Msd of iOI i ru siXt r VaawUblsc ':. Taooa? f ,V I aadaiaaa. od(eU lo I 29 I 1 'j aawUicua aad lad arvatuas Jj f k V. J .asiapmrlna. Oiitndantm. ' THE KIRKWOOD Steel O Wild c Utt Has been In as stnoe MM. It J the mmtn arte i mu.. u nS ttAUTT. $T0tHpTtf. A. VUn.JFQWlKfk Is & Mli ocuc th mill for you to buy. Tboaaanss aavs thea 1 1 Our Ot1 f owsra Have 4 aaslestoel eoraar posts. tulsitentlsl stawl virw and araoea; tMi fenoe wise. Tbtj are nam $100, fWHt m COKbJHUCJIO saucb obsapei tna wood aad wui last a Ufa Urns I Our mills aad tow are AbL iTfffc and .are VVlVT OUASANTBBU. Write for prloe and olreulara. Addr. ItenUontDf Uls paper. mm:: wixs ek::xe eo, . Arkansas Olty-Kanaaa, PSPAMfl CAPILLAlRAi uUl AllU nalte Salr grow o the Spanish Hair rower, win on bald, hoada and on bar faces. It stimulate and inrlaor- aus a not'itisii m.sa wn.t,. it la sate, ur. iwrtaiu. TsMtcdtorWjraars, If It falls money will Im ratumsd. torus metal caans Prlc,Sl.. HALO I K KKi TV A woudarful ousroetlo Vf DCiAU 11 Cures PliDDlaa.FrM-k- Cures PI tn plea, Free k- lsand ALL facial ImrwrfMt.luna. wa,u, softens and actually tranaforni tho mmi ronifh grul muddy completion. It makes the homely baiidauui. Unequalled and safe. Price. Wcenu. 11 C(KT Fw M ays onlf we offer a full size ai vwai case of Caplllaara. Price S1.K6. for ODlrMeenUi. Balm of Moautv for SO cant. Both for onlr T¢a Hent fra ana nnanalit. anywber. Clrcnlars free. Address HUNTER A CO., Hlnadale, N. M- $100 REWARD ,ZJrtT,0,Jl'. eliminate from tbe system. Not by mitUne polansln,bui by pulling them out and killing all Kerms. If you bave ever bad private dis eases, yon have token Mercury. Arsenic, Uola Iodides and other Mineral Polsots, and you will never be yourself again until you havo them all pulled out. I have baths that ahb sijpskikh to amy Hot fcraiaas. Rheumatism often oiinsii is two dats. CAnona aaaovat without ssira. if you are not enjoy ing good health, call, or address, with stamp. Prof. A. r. Klplloger, HC Avenue A, Council Blurts, la. , Te Make a Trip to Best Advantage It Is sential to the El- START RIGHT, If Oolng to Kansas Don't Call On Us BUT IF OOINO TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, OBKOSH, SIOUX CITT 8T. PAUL. PCLUTH. FREMOHT, NORFOLK CUaDROM, HOT BPHIN08,BAP1D CITY, DBADWOOD, Any point In the two Dakota, or Central Wyoming, 8 csif on wa, Booauao the Only Llnarusning I rOOt W thcas and Intermediate point on its Wn 7ft "ilc of road, it 1 the ftet W. M. SHIPMAlf, A. 8. FlKLDtMO, Gen'lAgt. City Tkt. Agt. 1 17 to. 10th ft .Lincoln, Nab. Depot: Corner 8 and 8th SU-aeu. 0 BEST LINE TO ST. LOUIS AND CHIC AG Great Rock Island Roote weatojrwax 71 i' . W1 to. TO THE BEST 01KIN8 CAR SERVICE IN fllCWOBLI The Hock N!anJ 1 leremoei In a4oit- Ing any bilvniiure calfti'aU'tl I in t rovt slhhh) anJ iilve tliatluurv.f)t antl comfort tnst poimlnr Patronage tie. maiuU. tto eiulpituMil I llioroughly i'tmuMcIt) wltn vrillnulra train, iiiss" Dirto'iii kilning cars, lt ik-is ami os,r ci"H it. an mo nii et vant, ami of rrwntly lmirtie4 tUiro. Faithful anil cialia tuanasrrnont auil s.!lus, Iii '! I rs rvlco frtuu em iUye arv inisrlnl itnis. They aro a tlouble ilu'y lu the tWitany aal U lrvt'Ur-iI U atimutiiitts a lass llflUiult f aiVtiini'Mshi'ioht I'rsMen gvn n (hi line will flul llitle ran) for einiilalnt trt that grovinj, r tr fail iriU iri u tuaeW.miist. rate, aifly Ut any coiiinm ttckvt oflue In tho UnlUil HtaWa, ( :! or MiUm or aJilrv. JNtl. HS.HAHTIAN, i.sn 1 1 kt. a IS). Alt. t SliaJiv. I!L lliiiilijiiiii mm JOHN. Uli la4ir. ClisiOam, lit. .