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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
July 10, 1894 CFFTCERS STATE ALLIANCE President, W. .Pale, Atlanta. Vlce-Prea., Prof. W. a. Jones, Hastings, fiecaetary, Mrs. J. T. Kellie. Hartwell. Treasurer. James Camenm, Beaver City. n l . - a T n.Nir f V, n.,1 1 . W. P. Wright, Bute Organiser Alllanoe Aid, Mtaany, nbd. Exiormri oomihttsi Chairman. L N. Leonard, Lincoln. E. Bodennan, Henrand. C. W Young, wilaonvUle. CM Lemar, Wataoo. J. M. Dlmmlck, Macon. THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. BY MRS. J. T. KELLIE, SKO'T. W. H. Brown has been commissioned organizer of Perkins county. JOHNSON COUNTY DOINGS. The secretary of Hazel Green Alliance reports that their Alliance is gaining rapidly, having more than doubled their membership this quarter, and the promise of several more soon. WEDSTIR COUNTY MEETINGS Alliance barbecue and celebration July 3 and 4 was a great social and fi nancial success. Although no expense was spared for the accomodation of the large crowd the receipts were 100.00 more than the expenditures. Bladen Alliance has set a good example for every Alliance in the state to follow. It they will spend their surplus for re form literature and establish a circula ting library they can be a great blessing to the community. COUNTY SECRETARIES TAKE NOTICE Section 2 of article M of the constltu tlon says: The secretary of each Farmer's County Alliance shall classify and record the reports from the various subordinate Alliance in his county, and shall mslte a report of the same to the secretary of the state F. A. &1-U. by the first day of February and August Said report shall specify the number of each sex in his county Alliance, and all changes in membership." Any county secretary who bai not the proper blanks will receive them on applica tion. Please do not neglect this duty In counties were the organization is dormant please write, stating the reason for the decline in Alliance work and the means best calculated in your judg ment to awaken our friends to the reali zation of the great work yet before them. Sub-Alliance secretaries please report the condition and prospeo's to your county secretary, if possible before August first. Mrs. J, T. Kkllie, Sec'y .Neb. F.A.&I. U. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP, Government ownership of railroads and telegraph, ss advocated by the F A. & I. V, is a very timely book just reoeived for review. It was authorized by the supreme coubcII of the National Alliance, and written by U. L. Loucks, ex-president of the National Alliance. It answers the questions for this quar ter's study and should be owned by every Alliance. It will enable every Alliance mem Jer to give a reason for the faith we have that the government ownership of our highways is the only remedy for railroad strikes and the only mean of securing justices to the people, in the exchange of their products. There Is a great effort being made to induce us to believe the transportation question is of little or no importance, but as long as the rule is to charge all the traffic will bear, when prices ad vanoe rates do the same. This can never be a government for the people while all our means of transportation of wealth or news is owned by soulless corr orations, who are today defying the authority of the government to make themcarrj mails or freight with out th;y run the Pullman caw, and who own the executive of the nation and al ms;; every state, who seek to do their bidding regardless of the welfare of the rst of the nation. It is time this book was read by Alliance members who should bear In mind that it It the posl. tlon taken by the National Alliance and that every true member will do all In power to aid In bringing about these objects. Price 2 cents. The New Mouey S?yUm by the same author gives the portion of the National Alll ance on the money question. It should be In the library of every AUIanee. 23 cents. Address U, l. South Dakt ta Locl papers friendly to the Alliance p.ea insert notices of the follow Id Mating., They will t evening m Ings ualees the frlesds prWer after meetings, when they will please notlfr the state semury, Male Uviwrer rower' Datrs, Jrtlr 21, Ht.-oouburg, Pulk Cutmty. ( tworola, ,. " M,,,rk' Merrick " M 'i Palmer, " . ,, Jl, Urtw.ry CtBVr." " Am. 1, rkHHla, V. NonLoIS Valley " i MlralV.,, ' , UarJ( m !I "b. Howard " ' Its r.th., ., M II, W PmI, T, HJ'l'fcw. Hall IS KMa Admut )Mirn,ui, cu IT. t'Ujr Uator. I! ban, UamlMoa SI, Aurora, ' I'HtUw, , ThfrWdi U lt AUlaaea art r quested to make any change in the ap Dolntments in their respective counties that they may think best and to notify The Wealth Makers and the secre tary of the state Alliance of the same as goon as possible. They are also request ed to publish the notices in their county papers and by posters when deemed best. Please rtm-mber the financial help the lecturer gets will be from you as the state treasury is empty. J. H. Powers, Secretary State Alliance A Barbecue at Hailing Aug. 22. Hastings, Neb., July 10, 1804. Editor Wealth Makers: Will you please give room in The Wealth Makers for these few lines, As there has been much said through some of the Populist papers in regard to the delegates and others that are wishing to attend the state convention at Grand Island, and the main road for many of thedelegates isto come by the way of Hastings, the central com mittee of the People's Independent party of Adams county wishes to invite all delegates and others that wish to at tend the state convention from Nuckols, Clay, Webster and Kearney counties, or any other county or perons, that wish to join with the People's Independent party at Hastings on the afternoon and evening of August 22, that there will be a grand barbecue and festivities, here then which will render the occa sion highly enjoyable. There will be addresses by several noted orators, such as Benater Allen, as we have written him to be with us on the grand occasion. As soon as we hear from each county and learn what they will do, and if they conclude to join with us at Hastings, we'shall make arrangements with Hates and other arrangements. The firms say they will furnish feed for the most of the teams. But let all come prepared to feed themselves. But I will inform them later on. We expect to fill the streets of Hast ings on Aucust22 to their full capacity, but no doubt but we will be ordered "off the grass. I am a York state man, was born in 1827; cast my first vote for Taylor, next voted for John C. Fremont; was at Chicago at Lincoln's first convention, and cast my last Republican vote for Garfield and never voted Democratic; and I am today a straight ln-the-middle-of -the-road Populist and will not sup port a man that is not a straight in-the-mlddle-of ihe-road Populist. No good Populist could t ver think for one minute tbat he could or would cast his vote for a fusion candlda'e, for this has beat the Populists every tlme.and would as long as it was continued. Yours for the right, John E. Makers All drugtflct sell Dr. Miles' Norve Plasters. llalfltatfs to Hot Springs, H. I). Via the IJurllngtou ltuute. Every Friday during July and August tht Burlington Route will sell round trip tickets to Hot Springs, S D , at the one-way rat. TU kcti good for 15 days. This substantial reduction from tariff rates brings a trip to this greatest of western noaltta resi rts wltbln every one's reach. Consumptives, rheuma tics, sufferer from t very 111 that flHh heir to, will make no mistake if they take advantage of this opportunity. rull information upon application '0 local B. & M It, 11. agent, or to J. rancln, 0 I . & T A, Burlington Itoute, Omaba, Nebr. Use North wonUirn line to ChlCHgo Low rat. east trnlos. Office 1133 OSi Right Arm Paralyzed! Saved from St. Vitus Dance, Our Uughttr, lUanr!M ntw flf Un ycaia tt a:e, lt.i4 Uh-u trrribly aniu l. d with iii-rvnumu'M, and tuj l tltorutlro uit tu-r rl'lit Ami. V ffarvtl M. V a us iinm aiul triU tliUhtakUtiis with tut Uui'M, Khe Um titkctii tlirve Uttl,a of lr. Milts' Ntmu an4 tu gtltu'4 31 tiutd, r in-rviMwuc aiivi s wi lomsif PU Vitus U4tn are nitlrrly ftute. h aitftuU stln guUrly. satid rrtuvriti cviiirt Vm( v( lur arm, tivrai KtH!''" MIU, Ik 1L HI LLU a Ht.k, H. T. Dr. Miles' Nervine Cures. W, MtW NriN U mu nm a a.lii S Mm thai thu Srl Kttl III Vt, All tl'itntiou a ll It t I), UU1 l f SA, V kf Uhi Lt, MU StMbsait.XM k.Uai ?! I WANT COLUMN OF THE TH7ANTED Every body to watch thlscolumn ? V for real estate barKalns. It you do not see what you want write in ana we wui get it lor you. Tjlor Sale Eighty acres near Lincoln; party J. must sen, mane an oner. r Sale Two farms of ISO acres, one of 640 acres near Liincoin, very tow. Tj'or Exchanire BuHlnesa lot on O street for A good farm in eastern Neb, TTtor Exchange Six room house and corner X' lot in Lincoln; could tune equity in laoa or live stock. Elor Exchange-Neat cottage home In Lincoln; JL' could take tana as part payment. or Exchange Stock In an enterprise of J? much promise, for good piece of farm land. i Wanted Everybody to aend description and price of any property they wish to sell or exchange. Gillilan Investment Co., LINCOLN, NEB Notice of Tax Safe. To whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that on the following daua K. H 0g'Kd bougbt at public tax sale tlw real eiitaie aeiicrioen oeiow, aw eituaiea in Laucaiiter county. Nebraeka. for the delln quent taxes for the year 1WH, and taxed in the name of the pontons following each de scription as Net forth below, and tbat the lime of redemption of Maine will ex plre on the dates as herein below mated. The following deHcrllHwl laud were pur- cbated November HHh, IHVii. and the time of redemption will expire November 10th, IHW: Lot l,nw U 1 14, 1 10. K 8, J H McMurtry. iw U i 8. t II, r, Flora H Kiinyan. 8 s 1, 1 1 1. r 8. flora it Kiinyan. H M ne'4 14, 1 11. r 6, itowa M i randull. Hs ii nw , s 14, t II. r 8, W L Orandali. Th fotlowlnif deKcrlbrd lands were tiur chuwd November IVth, and the time of redeniDtlon win expire November istn, 1WH K e4 s S, 1 8, r H, Timothy Auntln, fl H m M s 4, 1 1 i, r 8, W U Houu. Ne u nw U s 0. 1 11. r H. 1) M Walter. The following described lots In the city of Lincoln were purcbaeed November 14th, ixug, and the time of redemption will expire No- voiiiiwr M, vms: Lot 14, aubdlvlston north half block 84, J O Miller i.ot 17, subdivision north half block 84, J O Miller. Lot 3. block 89. 8 B MnCandleiis. Tke following deitcrlbed lots In the city of Lincoln were uurcnaHea Novemoer to. mu. ai dibetlme of redemption will expire No vember IB. IHW: Kaat st feet lots 14 and is, block so, Mary A Grant Went 100 feet lots 14 and 1ft. block 80. Thomas carr, . ixt 0. bik iw, Fannie a Haggard. 1 be following deNcrtbed low in Cook's addi tion to the city of Lincoln were vurcbaMed November 17tb, IHU2, and the time of redemp tlon will expire November 17, 1MW1: i,oi a, diock i, Mary a ryncnon. Lot n, block 1, J. L. Lemlug. Lot it, block 8, A M Miller. Lot tl. blk I, Joeophlae Cook. The following deocrlbed lots in Dawson's add to the city of LI oolu were purchaned Novem ber 18, IHVii. and the time of redemption will ex pire November IH, MH: LiOi x. uiock zn, j nan nwnveru l,ot 4, block 84, W H Noll. Lot 6. block 88, Mary T McNslr. The followir g deecrlbd lots In Klnney'i O st addition to the city of Lincoln were pur chacedJViveml)r 21, Wi, and the time Of re delusion will expire November ill, 1W4: Kkwt nan lot ii, mock 7, j it MCAiurty. Lot It. block 7, J H McMurtry. Lot 2, block 8. Lydla A Addle, ol 7, block to, abljab Hubbard. Lot 8, block 10, Abljah Hubbard. Lot 6, block 14, J 11 McMurtry The following descrlid lota In Second Rant Park addition to the city of Lincoln were liur- cbsed November 82, lHWU, and the time of re demption will expire November 'it 1HU4: esoutn w ieet lot o. diock b, w a tioiuorooK, l)t 6, blix l 8. Mattle M Seeley. South 40 feet lot 8. block 8, W J Turner. Lot 4, block 10. R I. Morgan. I ot 1 1, block 10, John Hunna. The following deecrlbed lot In South Lincoln addition to the city of Lincoln were purchstHed November 22, 18U2, and the time of redemption will expire November 22, IH04: I. (it i, uiock o r.muy uutier. l et 10, bl(M;k 18 Ueorge H Hutler. Lot 6 b ock 14. J c Johnnon. I.otrt, h'ock 14. J CJohnnou. Lot 7 block 14, J It Wlllilie, I Ail 8, block 14 J R Wllhlte, Lot 0, block 14, J it Wilhlte. R. R OsoocD. Residents of territory reached by the liurllngton route lines, will do woll to note the following: On July 5th, 0th and 7th. round trip tickets to Asbury Park, N. J., will be on sale at one fare rate plus two dol ars. On July nib, tHh and 10th, round trip tickets to Cleveland, O.. will be on sale at one way rale. O i July 16th, and 17tb, round trip tickets to Toronto, Canada, will be on sale at the one way rate. Those fcuntitantial reductions from regular tariff are made on account of the National Educational Association's convention, and the annual meetings of the Christian hnricavor Societies, and the llaptlst Young People's Union, r BR'CUvly, for all of which th Hurling ton route has boon made the official line Spvelal trains arranged with a vie w to the comfort and convenience of dolojra U and their friends, will be run. No one who is planning an eastern trip this summer can atTorJ to lot these opportu nities slip by. Ticket and full information upon ap plication to local II. iV M K. K agnt, or f J Francis, G. 1. & T. A , Omaha, Nebraska. "You llon't Have to tiwear Off " The tiMo of tbatw In any form if you use NO TO-llAC, the wondorful, harm- U. miarnnUHHi loiww natut cure; it coU luv a trlrtu, and tha man who wants u quit and can't, will find in NO TOHACa ixtrmaiiuut cum Oct onu of our litiltt Wks t'UiHU'd "lkm'tlV bat'co 8nlt or smokti Your I.lf Away," or but M)-TU-l!AU from II. T. Clark Urug ciupauy, l.lutHiIn. Nob, our ifut. A ttpy of tt;u bttult will W mailt d fr by aldrlojr "! stkH Lino UrMEDV .' wlmiHfaourrs of NO-TO-IIAC No, S lUadoiph St. ChU-ao, 111, Tourists fioro If tnnesuta Puints Ctmituenclnir (Xjhdwf ftlh, a Tourist car Uva MSniicH. wvry Th'trmlay UMirning and runs to I'uvtuo atd vis Mhurt a Cdumbu JutK tlun, ar rhtug at IMT v, in. an t ther okidmicU with our C It I. . l'. trala Nv 19 whlvh will bold at thai i4at lur ar rival of the II U, H. A N. Krm tarty lttf that t!r, and U Kanwwdty rr at l'uW( x'oaJ nutrairi lUgiaalnrf IVUiU r Unit, TourUi t ar will Allwrt lra ry 1uwU Moral's: ftd rua via MtaailU Js sit Louis Ky thrnnirfh AbgusUiU-eMclows airlvlst t atat, sad titer lay mv tti4Nuii on "His; nr Irl day vwalntf, and ma via Omaha, Ida out an4 H.iltlle ti ruWa Call "a 0a Natwrutaa A t'u for vantages, Hrajruos, hlhders aad ail farm ImplsMitttM. We'll um ys4 rlfst Gillilao Inves root (Company Bow to Broil Teal or Fork. " Veal and pork must be broiled slowly and for a long time. There should not be a trace of pink in the fibers when the meat is done. The chops should not be cut more than half an Inch thick, Tbey will be well done with 12 minutes' cook ing. . ' Bow to Prevent the Boating of Screws. Before using dip them in melted tal low or raw linseed oiL This will also' prepare then to be drawn easily. WORLD'S FAIR AWARDS -a tu.si.m. XiiiZ IWU MtDALS and one Diploma for Heauly. Ktrenarin nnn i n-apne.i)ver ou.inu oi mens veliicii-B have neeti tola direct to tin poiilt. Hi-nd at one for our 'iinpleli ctalOKUiI)of every kind of wnuiw i.i.otr r ww, of watimoaialH. tliey r frc. ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., CINCINNATI, O. METAL liu r- r-1 r for your tI WAGONS. Any rite jnn want, S) toWln. hli(b. Tine 1 to H in.wlila hub to Ht anx ail. Have Vout man! timat to attaaoo to bava at of low wluwla to tit roor wagon for baullnc (rain, fodrtur. maniira, bona, tie. No rrm Inn of tlraa. Oatl'e froe. AddraH KMPIliK MFC). CO ilutiuy, III, BINDEK TWINE.. -DI8KCT FBOM Manufacturer : to : Consumer. Lowest Prloes Ever Made. 'A Full Line of Grades. Write for Quotations. AUGUST POOT. MOULTON, IOWA. IHIIMi.JSIIMSt 1 1 iii. -fida. fll" cIM tt (6 Manufacturing Co., ST. LOUIS, - MISSOURI THRESHERS Unrivalled for fat ThreHhinir. nenftratlnir and cleaning. TRACTION ENCINES Rxcel In all point that no to make un a Per- fuel PuliltiK tind Workina EtiKlne. Send fur catalogue. Mention tlilH paper. ft NO BOILER. NO STEAM. GASOLINE TRACTION ENGINE OPERATED FOR ONE-HALF THE EXPENSE OF STEAM TRACTION. Need no water hauler, no coal, wood or traw. M "Uam, amuse, aparm or asiu-a. .mi iHIMIItv of fire or cxiiloalon. Ncetla no Kn- Kitii-er or Fireman. Htarloil In 8 mlmiu. Junl toe ibiug fur Ine farm, ritu lorcataiotpiu. THE VAN DUZEN OAS AND GASOLINE ENGINE CO., CINCINNATI. O. THE MINNEAPOLIS Traction Engine IU t en rr, Auto Altai'loMt ate 111 lillt l1tlvIH4 Wills lor cauW'xv. Tke Iili.HttUiiflu.lu Co. MINNi POUO, MINN. W. Li. PAUL. Msnistf. wM w w, 1 LAND DOUGLAS Ok' I iuel tirs rtcAVivst t"i i ih ikirtti-uUr. With iuIM Httkfr an4 lUnk'tr 1 1, ii.u. CMlt Itrt vt f M4vhintkry. Owl .jUu lit Kvrtvt HUl ! at tits Wi iia s I sir, ivm, it, i O Hi. LINCOLN, SHI. COMMISSION Conalgnmenta Solicited. Bell market price secured prompt returns. Literal tdvMMt m4 wImb tolrtS. Established 1800 I 212 tv i. a pi vvy 'cYa V I VI WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! WE sre revolutionizing the wool trade by our prompt tales and quick return. If you have ever shipped wool Eaat you know that it taken them from six to twelve months to close out a lot of wool. We can make you full account saiei within ten days after your wool Is re ceived. Sacks furnished on application. Liberal advances made when desired. PELTS! PELTS ! PELTS! SAVE a middleman's profits by shipping us your pelts. We are not dealers, but have a large tannery and tan our pelts. Does it not stand to reason that an exclusive wool commission, house can do better for you than a general commission bouse who eil hay, grain, etc 1 Cer tainly It does,. We give our full time and attention to wool ttrin writing to us' mention tblsjiaper. Keieieucm, any tank to the United States, also Weftlth MaWr Pub. Co. The Great Northern Wool and Fur Co,, 104 and 106 Michigan 8.. - - - - CHICACO. ILL. 00 1 Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, and this Paper. Make Yolir OWi) At 1(0171 c. Send One Dollar to C. E. Klttintrer, Powell, South Dakota, for 10 rennets and Instruction In makinsr and curing every farmer now has. Your money refunded if you fail. Three pounds 'of cheese can b made In place of oae pound of butter, and cin all be sold to your neighbors. HUNDREDS HAVE TK1ED MY PROCESS WITH NOT ON B FAILURE. Moms Mid Net ting, ' tryst'd by A.0. HULBERT,. St m aia i aasnMPii . am v 11 a t K I ST iMa 1 IT l lT ssi a VSTEBER GASOLINE ENGINES The best because the most simple, few minutes' attention s day will keep it runnlnic. Most economical; guaranteed cost ol running Is one cent per horse power per hour. Address, No. 404 Southwest Boulevard Webtr Sag & Gasoline Engine Co.. Kansas FOR SALE I MWILV7rVMB amenaaa srea snetiana ronies. xnis stoes is or our owa ii Mens and ralslof , olean, bsaltby and all right We will a soal r all. as lbs entire aiook inual be dlinosed of. For asMrtptioa adarsss, MrnsTST L. bams 0? PercbeioB, Enlisn i V rr i x MT korses won more sonors thai aay importers Amenoa ai tae loiiewiae raani iww iateFalr, Des Molnea; Kebraika Stale Fair. Lincoln; and the Kansas Oil Pair, sites MSB. My Black Percherom stallion, Jeaunot, and my Beiglsn stalllm, hampaoa, never lalissl to take first premium and sweepstakes orer all. For strrcilr flrav-claas Imported berses, tW prtoes, low interest aud long time visit the Crest Oltl rarm, Creetoa. Iowa TUtpbn farss one mile dlataat. New importation just received. F. M. WOODS, Fine Stock Auctioneer. 1 203 O St., Ulpcolrt, jimh Large English Berkshircs T .ii- ij" N, and Major Drrby lniHM'l,,n of herd Invited. Correspondence p.uibptiy atuwerrd. A, S. Williams A, Sons, Htk ti, Lincoln, Neb. FUVNAS COUNTY HIND CJ BIG BERK HOGS ANU Holsteln Cattle. Ihtrty BveiKiwrl for sprlns f4rtiw( fow itiaua ul June irniw aim a law lau 'S a rh Itt suit tke MtUM. II, 8 WILLIAMSON, Hsavel City, Nab Elkhorn Valley Herd mTpoiano china fcwim. I kv 'l toeJle an ali.a u. lu-tlttj t Tfn.a, tiara u. 11,. t a laualHr, Tka twat wl ! !' I tla4 alr. iy a 1,1 1 a t'h ! I auaiMa t 1 , Mr aie tuHi)y 1 1 Tfvle ! M IU Satiate L n. lUTTR, Hfhti, r"V Have Wi pigs of spring j fsirrow for naie. sired by f ImiKirutd Warwick rit :iiKJ a Ktnir UtI.v mis r i SACKS FREE to Shippers. We have every fa cility neeery for aeeuring beet r ealte to ahippere. Oar referencre are any responsible) Damatu nouie or bank la Chicago. Silberman Brothers - 214 Michigan St., Chicago, Illinois I0ES WOOL GMlfiG PAY? II That depends upon how you sell your Wool. Jf you Jaff shin it direct to market and to the right house, " It (oesPay. Itlsnoexpcrlmunt. Our shippers testify to it unanimously. We will not only obtain the highest market price for your Wool, if you ship us, but we will send you quick returns. We are revolutionizing the Wool trade by ourV Prompt Sales and Quick Returns, we have done what the Wool trade said was impossible. Instead of taking six to twelve months to make returns for Wool, as most houses do, we make returns in tliut many days, and our shippers back us tip In this statement. Write for I'riccs on Wool and see tlio testimonials of our shippers. We are not an excluslvo Wool house, but handle Hay, Grain and Produce of all kinds. SUMMERS, MORRISON & CO., Commission Merchants, 174 So. Water Street, Chicago. Chcesel cheese at home with such apparatus a - UKABLe Ft NOCt ONLY $80 Pill HILt. T 4 ITTi AI17IM !, U O malt ant-hall tkt aatt M aa maht M200.00 Mr MUUniUmortA and t,ptnut faUUIl The best loeal and traveling aenta wanted everj where. Write at onoeforolieulara and cholo ter ritory; address A. O. Ilulbert, fatentee, eare of Faekiry CatalOKu with 200 engraved designs and prloea, cant free to anr who want foncr Iron and wire work or oil, ceueterrand farm fences, eto. City, Missouri. m mm w sr f a . I have a lrt tt sioslleat feoa Mrs br (record ) nanissu sm tares, both Perchsrons and English Kklrt. aim lsa?rtac aaj owa issfoakf Sell M SaJ or a us aaf A. C SUCLIVaN, Tks Iaportisf Draft Hans Oontpaa? . LINCOLN, Nl wilsom, oreston, ion ' -IMPOXTIB Skire, Belglai ul CoacI Etna. World's Fair Highest Awards on our INCUBATOR AndFTT oonnrtLa r - i.i nnwucn vomuineu. 'Old Reliable" hSSSf S If u ae latara4l in Houhrv, mf fo hi sswil 4 swaM ttatupa fct la mm ssxaWus). Cim tliat.t 9A Rttahta Incuhwtor and ..Ojjjcll Pearl Steel and Tower. SIMPLE. 8TRONQ. DURABLE. Will run 23 tears without ell. Will arud them on 3a Sati' tail trial. and If not a.uut u lor v Iti t he pur. Cliuwr it am . rluriiral to i and a p, traiehl both wait. Kie Ilia w.irr,iHyof snf l'oui,itiy In u,n lmlur, llinru. by rui'iiiitr yn sad vourn, I iimr r iuftlrit li. Hi vaauol u tilum, Write lor full partluuUr aud trlnie4 nttiir. 8ATAVIA WIND MILL CO., als.ls, C , liU Giv'ei) AWaiJ. II niiwa s'4 )') ra o b kni t It Martin & Morrhtey M'lg Co. yYsws,ii;Pf i.MBt III MOW VOI 18 'llJlrt all Mf MUM. S aar- J C LI m mt .. aalh t v ls4 IMbA tthhtft - )4t l-arw.4. a tot S t M f 1 l--' ) I n uy4 w 1 t ktt' tHV -SM Mr4 m H,SSS r t w4l flsWl a-4 SkaiSa; S)S) V IVi m a4 Vu'4 ,-' (m- It s4 - M '- On uii till, io.its 4 taiOilO.UU s iSi riu f i ! . -m.