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March 7, 1895
THE WEALTH MAKERS. 5 and hns been lone in use. It consists mainly in con vernation lessons that bring out th forms of words, the idiom and conHtsiiotion of sentences. Publinhed by American Book Co., Bos ton and Chicago. Price 52 cents. The Cosmopolitan for March contains eleven contributions from prominent writers.inoHt of the articles being beauti fully ilhmtrated. There is no -magazine whoH art workexceU that of the Cosmo politan. It devotes less vpace to stories than the Century and Harpers and more to character sketches and descriptive and illustrated articles, on such subjects as "Pearl-Diving and Its Perils," "The Beautiful Models of Paris," The Observa tory of the Vatican," 'A Portrait in Bruges," Mout-Saint-Michel." "We, of the Stylus," etc. The current issue con tains these named and other paers, be sides a continuation of Tourgee's '"Story of a Thousand," and other fiction, sci ence and art notes, etc. The Century for March has for its frontispiece a portrait of Josephine, Em press of the French. The Lifeof Napoleon is continued, telling of his reception in Paris society and marriage. Theserials, "Casa Braccio"and"Au Errant Wooing, are continued with increased interest, 'Beyond the Adriatic: A New Field of Travel," by Harriet Waters Preston, is illustrated by Joseph Pennell. "The Horse Market" with its life-like pictures will interest all lovers of horses. Noah Brooks describes ."Two War-Time Con ventions," and three articles on "Eugene Isaye" "Peter Hoock" and "Jean Car- nes" are of special interest. Those who remember the story, "The Two Run aways," will wish to read "The Hard Trigger" by the same author. There are other short stories, poems and sketches as usual. , One of the most valuable features of the Annals of the American Academy is the series of papers which it contains on Sociological questions. This is now aug merited by the Department of Sociologi cal Notes edited bypr. Samnel M. Lind say. In the March number the depart ment contains much valuable informa tion. There are besides in this number three papers on Sociology: One by Pro fessor H. H. Powers, on "Terminology and the Sociological Conference;" one by Professor Albion W. Small on "The Or ganic Concept of Society;', and one by Professor F. H. Giddings on "Sociology and the Abstract Sciences." No person interested in Sociology or social ques tions can afford todo without the Annals, Philadelpbia,?1.00. The Review of Reviews for March in addition to the regular departments re ports "This Sessions Doings of 33 State Legislatures, describes Electric Street Railways in Budapest, (an object lesson for American cities), gives character sketches of Signor CriHpi, Lord Randolph Churchill and James Clark Ridputh, the historian. Three other special articles are entitled "An Invalid Aid Society," The Anti-1 oxine Diphtheria Lure," and American Stock in Foreign Markets. This single number is worth for reference alone the price of a year s subscription A Subscribers Sensible Views Dwight, Nebr., Feb. 25, 1895. Editor Wealth Makers: Enclosed find twenty-five cents for Hill's political history of the U. S. I am getting more and more interested inthisconflict;and am on the lookout for anything which promises to help me lo a better understanding of politics. I believe that the principles of the Peo pie's party are sound. But I am keenly alive to the fact that the emancipation of the white slave is a mountain compar ed with which the emancipation of the black slave was only a mole hill. I notice you give fusion the cold shoul der. You are correct. Alliance' with either of the old parties is, in my opinion, very bad policy, and will, if persisted in, ultimately ruin the party. I regard with suspicion all old party men who propose fusion with the Popu list party. The thought uppermost in their minds is their own political advancement and the final success of their particular politi cal beliefs. There are many, not only in the Demo cratic party, but among the Populists also, who seem to think that with the free coinage of silver , all the ills "that infest the day would fold their tents like the Arabs and silently steal away." But to my way of thinking the restora tion of silver is of but little importance so long as the present usurious rate of interest is sanctioned by law. Just so ' long as the legal rate of interest is left at 10 per cent, while the rate of increase in wealth by labor is but 3 percent, will the wealth of the country continue to accu mulate in the hands of a few. While these conditions exist in this country ex pansion of the currency, while affording a slight relief to the people, will ouly re sult in building up bigger fortunes for all owners of loanuble capital. The interest sucker is the most active and omnipre sent agent in drawing away the earnings of the workers and piling it up in the money centers of the east. No, free coin age is not the main issue, notwithstand ing the frnntic efforts of the free silver Democrats to divert the attention of the Populist's to that question. ' Stick to the Omaha platform, and stay in the "middle of the road." Tours iu the hope of our final success. W. L. Darnall. The Way of Hope "Is there no hope?" cried the youth. "Yes," said Labor, "there is but he who sets out from these valleys of politi cal superstition will never return again. He must love ffumitnity for herself alone and agree to follow her willingly whereso ever she may lead. He must work with out ceaxing; he must resist temptation. All before him is dark. He will receive no reward, only the hatred of the rich, and the reproach and distrust of the poor. Pitfalls and precipicies will beset his foot steps; hi muMt bridge them over. Moun tains of abiiHe will rise up before him; he must climb them; beyond them lives Hu manity. Where you lie down, others will one day stand, young and strong. By the steps that you have cut they will climb; by the stairs that you have built they will mount. They will never know the name of the man who made them. At the clumsy work they will laugh; when the stones roll, they will curse you. But they will mount, and on your work; they will climb, and by your stairs. They will find Humanity, and through you." Olive Schreiner. A CHOICE Book Rollection OF 50 VOLUMES. To parties baying low priced editions of the works of Standard Authors, I offer tbe following et ot 60 BOOKS at $25 DELIVERED. Hooks will be leaned at the rate of from 5 to 10 volumes per month. This popnlar edition Is printed on fine paper, well bonnd with best cloth head-bands, gilt top, and Is issued at tbe price to enable people ot limited means to secure library ot the work ot standa rd authors. BETTER SECURE THIS BARGAIN NOW, for the nnmber ot sets is limited. Monthly pay merits ot 12.60 to f 5.00, as yon please. List of Books in the Set. Title. Author. Adam Bede Georsre Eliot Ailiambra Washington Irving llarnaby Radge Dickens itriilge of Lammermoor Sir. H alter Scott' CIiIIUk' History ot Eng land Dickens Christmas Stories Crown of Wild Olive Daniel Deronda Daniel Boone Davy Crockett David Copperfleld Daughter of Ueth DeerHlayer Pom hey and 8on Dickens Raskin George Eliot C. H. Hartley David Crockett Dickens William Black J. Fenlmore Cooper Dickens Cervantes Lord Lytton George Eliot . Emlle Gaborian Dickens Scott ('has. Lever Hawthorne Scott Charlotte Bronte Miss Muloclc Don Quixote Euueue Aram Felix Holt File No. 113 drear. Expectations ( n v Manuering Harry l.orrequer House of Seven Gables lvanhoe Jane Eyre John Halifax, Gent Kenilworth KnickerDocker History of New York Last Days of Pompeii Last of the Mohicans Martln'Cbuzzlewit Mid Jlenmreh Mill on on tbe Floss Mysterious Island Nickolas Nlcklebv Old Curiosity Shop Oliver Twist Our Mutual Friend Pickwick Papers Pilgrim's Progress The Prime Minister Rob Uoy Komola Scott Irving Lord Lytton J. Fenlmore Cooper Dickens George Eliot George Eliot Jules Verne Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens J. Bunyan Anthony Trollops Scott Geo Eliot Samuel Lover Hawthorne Ruskln. Dumas Goldsmith Thackeray Scott Dumas 1 Rory O'More The Scarlet Letter Sesame and Lillies The 't hree Guardsmen Vicar of Wakefield Vanity Fair Waver ley Twenty Tears After Special copy mailed free on receipt of 30 cents in stamps. Write me for any publication you want. II. T. ATI1ERTOX. Subscription Publications, 1041 0 St., Room 9, LINCOLN, NEB. My Idea (Contlnned from 1st page.) oi sucn importance as to demand con sideration even if others were neglected, in other words, the most important questions before the people would be de cided, in the order of their importance, just as fast as they could be considered, and no faster. Now, I believe that evary Populist, every Prohibitionist, every Socialist, Woman Suffragist, every Single-taxer, every trades Unionist, and every advo. cate of any other reform which must be enacted into law, and which seems to him to transcend all other questions in imnie' aiate importance, and also to require a party so be built for the special purpose of enactinu and enforcing it, may unite in support of on political party, and unite most heartily, too, provided that party had as a chief object theimmediate application of the principles of Direct Legislation, so far as constitutions per mit; and entirely so soon as constitutions may be changed. For this would give all reformers an opportunity to get the re forms they were most interested in just as soon as they can educate a majority to approve and adopt them. The party must, ot course, hold that all lawsadopt ed by the people should be literally and impartially enforced until repealed. Since the People's party is by far the largest retorm party in the country, and since already the sympathy and hopes of many m the other reform parties are with it because of its valiant doings against the Republican and .Democratic parties, I believe it is naturally the party in which all can unite most readily and effectively. I believe tho very fact that the various reform elements had "got together" would bring into the parto at once millions of liberal, but not radical, voters who are still in the old parties, though on the outer edge: I believe that this can be done by the adoption of the People's party conven tion of 1896 of a plank somewhat simi lar to the following, which I offered at the National Conference of the People's party in St. Louis last December. It is not offered as a model, for it was written in haste and under disadvantages. Im provements can be easily made. We pledge ourselves, if elected to power to enact laws giving full and fair repre sentation to all parties in legislative bodies, and to give to the people the power to initiae any law they may da sire, as well as to veto any act of legisla tion which they may disapprove, and as this will give all reformers a chance to submit their own plans to the whole peo ple for adoption, without the formation of a separate political party for each, we invite all reformers, of every party, to support the People's party upon this plank. I believe that those who rgree with this view should at once inquire amongst their neighbors for others so minded, and finding several should form a club to study the question: "Can a union of all reformers be accomplished without the sacrifice of principle bv ano? Is such a union desirable? By what means can it be accomplished? Sheridan Weabteh. We have just received a large supply of the new book, "Money Found," written by Thos E. Hill. Price, 25c. Send in your orders. Nothing like it. fl Krf tn.t THOUGHTS iKf " No. ftl. The Fatal Marriage. My Miss M. IS. llrurldoit. This is a thrilling wtory. In which u mini marries a lovely girl for her wraith, and as it should always bo, he came to grief as a reward for his deception. No. IN. I lie llle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow. ISy Jerome K. Jerome. Mr. Jerome is known hh Hie 'Knglish Mark Twain." He Ik a writer of the fluent sort of fun, which is sure to be hit?hly enjoyed by all who will read this book. It is considered his best. Nil !). On Her Wetlilinic Morn. By liertha M. flay, author of "Her Only Kin," "A Golden Heart," and other stories. This is a companion novel to "Her Only Kin," and will lie read with the same intensity of feel I n jr. with minified joy and sadness as the characters in the hook have cause for tears or hyisjhter. It is a love story that must appeal to every reader. Xo. Ml. Her Only Sin. Ry Bertha M.Clay. Xo. W. Merry Men. Ry H. L. Stevenson. A thrilling uceount of the perilous adven tures of a party seeking for a: sunken Span ish treasure-ship . No. 1. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. By It. L. Stevenson. No. 1(11. The Chimes. By Charles Dickens. No. iU. A ChritmaN'arol. By Dickens. No. Ofi. No. 7. No. Go. No. OS. Dickens. No. 100. The Hannted Man. By Dickens. Two Ghost glories. By Dickens. The Haltle of Life. By Dickens. Three Christmas glories. By Cricket on the Hearth. By Dickens. A FREE Everyone eubscribinff or renewing their subscription to this paper within the next THIRTY DAYS will receive five books selected from the above list, also a year's subscription to the Ladles' Home Companion, a paper lor women, by women and its departments are edited with rare skill and attractiveness by women whose names are familiar in every household. The quality of illustrations, merit of its fiction, practicability of the articles on housekeeping, care of children, hints on inexpensive and tasteful home adornment and fashion changes, have given this standard home journal the enormous circulation of 140,000 copies each issue. It is published twice a month, each issue containing 20 to 28 large pages, at $1 per year. JUST THINK OF IT. The price of The Wealth Makers is $1.0O per year; the price of the Ladies' Home Companion is $1.00 per year. One Dollar and Twenty-live Cents sent to us now will extend your subscription to The Wealth Makers one year, pay for a year's subscription to tbe Ladies Home Companion, aud besides you will receive, postpaid, any five which you may select, of the books men tioned above. If your subscription is already nairl nn to this nnner. cpt nna new subscriber for it at the regular price of $1.00 per year, put in 25 cents extra, and get the books and the Ladles' Home Companion for yourself. The Wealth Makers mast bohi everyone ret 25,000 new ones this year. We must sweep th state in '96. Will you help us? Don't think of stopping your subscription; if you must sacrifice in some way, sacri fice in some other way. HelD us to increase the circulation of Th Wealth Makers to 50,000 and victory for '96 is Kenew your subssription I Get new subscribers! Renew your subscription I Get new subscribers! J. S. HYATT, Bus. Mgr. Wanted ! To trade residence property for estab lished newspaper. Would pay part cash for a paying plant. H. P. Gibson, Kising City, .Neb. 'Who Wants Either of Them?" We have two full blood Percheron Stallions, oue gray and one black, five years old. Sound and sure foal getters. We will sell either of them reasonable, on approved security. Will allow time il desired, with low rate of interest. Owned by farmers. Address, W. S. Weight, Keeper, " Valley. Neb. Good News! Governor Larrabee's creat wnrb "Th Railroad Question," is now issued in pa per covers. It is the standard authority on the stbiect and has just bpen minriroil as a text book by Vassar College. E'erv reformer should have a conv. Pri cloth, $1.50; paper covers, 50c. Ad dress, Wealth Makers Pub. Co.. Lincoln, Neb. The Lincoln Sanitarium is the best place in the west to get medical treat. ment for most of the ills of life. Writ them for particulars. No beauty ever looks her best Unless, with A.ver's Hair Vigor dressed, Her hair, chief glory is confessed. "Our Governor," the new march, com- posnd in honor of Governor Holcomb by H-f T T t'..i. .:n i i i J a i wi. u . xj. riDiiK, v in nt? rst?u v to an v fin lress by remitting 85c. to J. L. Frank, M. L. A., Lincoln, Neb. All parties who mnv wish tn taha A. vantage of our clubbing rates or receive our premiums must pay back subscrip tion to date if in arrears. When you feel tired, without special cause, that indicates the need of Ayer's Sursap arilla. Corn for Seed, $1.10 At State Fair 1894 my corn won 1st in State on white, 2nd on yel low; Sweepstakes in Lau county. Have won 1st or 2nd place 3 years in succession. I will sell in lots of 5 bushels or over at f 1.10 per bushel either Armstrong's white or Sam's yellow. Sacked F. 0. B. cars, at Greenwood. Send stamps for sample. J. M. Armstrong, Greenwood, Neb. Below we given list of twenty-live good and useful books, suited to every member of tho family. Many me by famous authors, known wherever the Knglish language is spoken. Among them are the following: DICKENS, DRUMM0ND, JEROME, HARRADEN, BRADDON, KIPLING, STEVENSON, And others almost as well kuown. Kach number is a complete book, and each is bound in a separate cover with beautiful design like that shown in the Illustra tion above. No. 51). The Courting; of Dinah Khartd. By Hudyard KiplinK. who is thought by many to he tbe greatest living story-writer. No. (10. A Ilird of 1'assnice. By Beatrice Hurraden, author of "Ships that Bass in the Night." Tho hook which lias had such a phe nomenal sale during the past year. This is a charming story, told iu beautiful language. 'No. M. The (J real est Thing in the norld. liv Iienrv Drunimoiid. This hook is on love as taught by Christ and the dis ciples: nnd if any one doubts that love Is the greatest thing in the world, and If they want to lie made stronger in their love for all things, they must get tills book, by all means. No. 03. Changed Life. Hy Drummond. No. (12. inond. I'enee be Wllh You. By Drum lhesotwo books are fully equal to "The GroiiteKt Thing in tho World,1' by tho twine niithor, eiich trentlnt; of n different plume of C'lirlstlun life. You will feel nurerund better iti mr iiuvuig reiiu mem. No. m. ConrtHhlp of Widow Betlotl nun nr.t ranc. Ity Friiix-ls M. Whltcher. No. !,. How Widow Ilelott Fopprtl oir H"-niioii. isy i' runcis fli. wiilU'tiur. No. 70. Ciootl Manuem. By Mix M. AV Baini's. A imimuil of etiquette. No. fW. l.oveiiHl,K. By Hoson Ballon No. VI. Old Mollier Hubbard. Illus trated. No. Mrt. . No. 78. Outdoor NporlN. Indoor Clainew. IlhiKtrated. Illustrated. GIFT. of its nresent suhsnrihpra. And wants to assured. Address, Wealth Makers Pub. Co., Lincoln, Neb. The Sledge-Hammer, Is one of the best Populist papers in in existence. It is published weekly at Meadville, Pa., at 50 cents a year or three months on trial for 10 cents. We have special terms by which we can furnish the Sledge-Hnmmer and The Wealth Makers one year for $1.20. Do You want to hire a good farm hand with a team? Then write to JOHN P. EEUTH, Petersburg, Neb. World's THE KEYSTONE Fair . 2 Dehorning Clipper, Highest : Award m Bwuae, rapid end jurMM kaiiiBad. tmUjmttnattA cncuuM shit nn. . BBOSIUS."SSSil!tSJ HAVE YOU FIVE OR MORE COWS? If so a " Baby" Cream Separator will earn Its cost for you every year. Why continue an Inferior nvsiein another year at so (Treat a loss f Dairying is now the only profitable feature of Agriculture, Properly con ducted it always pays well, and must pay vou. You neeo a neparaior ana you need tbe hi nt.- the BHby." All styles and capacities. Prices. 75.u0 upward. Send for new 1H99 Catalogue. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO., Branch Offices I General Offices: ELGIN, ILL. 74 CORTLANDT ST., NEW YORK. "O TUI 'Wo" Pio no qi tua a J, W. CASTOR, Pres. 3. T, BOCBE. Tlee-Pree. 97. B. LINCIT, See'. O. L. L1NCH. State A (tent c 1KB Farmers' Mutual Insurance Co. OF NEBRASKA. The Largest, Best and Cheapest Farm Mutual Insrrance Company in the State. Over $4,000,000 Insurance Now in Effect. Losses Paid Mors Promptly tbaa any old lino company doing business. Insures against Fir mat Lightning, Wind and Tornado, at one per cent. Has ran three years without any Assess ment. Furnishes insurance to the Farmers at actual cost. All loses paid in fall and bo debts stasding SK&iast the company. - Home Office, 1001 O St., - ' - Lincoln, Neb. PURELY MUTUAL. $3.00 for first $1,000, $4.00 for second $1,000 in the Cyclone Department Same in Fire Department. No Fire Insurance Accepted from territory covered by local company. ' Nfaka Mutual Fire. Lightning & Cyclone Insurance Co. Over ball million insured Have paid one asHt'HHiiit'iit. J. Y. M. Agents wanted. Who Wants a Good Thing? 41 ' 1 " In a small town not far from Lincoln. I HAVE a nice clean salable stock of hardware of about $2,500.00 no trading stock.. Sales from $8,000.00 to $10,000.00 per year. My profits last year were about $1,500.00. Storeroom on corner rents for $16.00 per month, 28x78, ample side rooms, street frontage 50 feet, best location in town; tributary trade large and good; like buying a gold dollar it anyone is wanting a hardware location; pnrteush, part on time. Must sell. It will pay you to see or write to tne. J. H. DOBSON,. 1120 M St., Lincoln, Neb. . , Three Cent Colnmn. Tor aie." wanted,"' For Exchange. "and Buiuii aavBrusemenwi for short time, will be charged three ceato per word for each lnser- mm. initials or a number counted as one word. Cash with the order If you wnt anything, or have anything that anybody else "wants," make It known through SEED CORN Xl Oatnlngne and 1 lm. HiedUhowkb. vooruien, in, OHN AND OATS for tale, Triwk" Odai - imuik., ukh. run iiir priori, r Alt M KKn CO-QI'KKtTIVE ASSOCIATION. 87U OWfl SON" Attoraey-af-Law. a . .!', ,,y'l Rooms 0 and . Hivv VU, ilOU VI aw ijs,u Fire na tyclone agents. Good f yaj. j. i.m. owigarv, seo'y, Lincoln, N2iL 3TU OWEET POTATOES (rot oat to be apron ted I J on shares. No experience requtrrd. Dliec- tinDH (or sprouting (re T. J. Skinner, Colnin- baa, Kaoaus. MAN Wanted; anlnry and fxp4-nn. I'ermnn ent nlaoe: whole or part tlm. Apply at once. Brown bro. VO-, nurserymen, A Middle Aged Lady who wante a A. me will find it to her ndyantuir" to write to SUb. Dept. AHK WEALTH MAKER, Llni-"ln, Neb SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS Do you need School Furniture, map", globee, nlacb board of real elate or elated cloth? Wbaterer yon need, Addreaa, II. MfOHl.KS, 1100 O St., Lincoln, Neb. FOR RENT 240 acre Stock Farm adjolalag Lincoln; large booee and beat equipped cat tle barn and bog hoaaea in tbe it at: complete tyatem of water work and tanks in yarda and teed lota. Will aell half Intercut in etock on farm and ahnre profit or take off atoci and rent for caah. Addreaa, JOHN J. GlLLIi.AN. lteal Eatate Broker, 1048 P Street, S6t4 Lincoin, Nebraeka. $750.00 A Year and All Expenses. We want a few more (ieneral Aejenta, ladUm or Rent'ptnen, to travel end appoint aarenta on oar new publications. Fall particnlare (riven on up- plication, it yon apply pieaee aend rpferen-a, and atate business experience, aire ami aend pho tograph. If joa cannot travel, write ns for terms to local canvassers. l)ept.Kare,8. 1. BELL A CO., 1'hlladelpbia. Pa. A WONDERFUL OFFER. Oar araad catalogn. over 8M UlnetratJons, Kent's latest goods and novelties, 1 writing pen. fountain attachment, 1 elegant gentleman', watch chain nnd eh arm, guaranteed 30 years Tour nam la agent's directory 1 year, ail seat lorlOeU, Postage 1 cents. EMPIRE NOVSLT1 CO., 167 Tremont tit., Boston, Mass. Farm For Sale. 420 acres: 00 acres In col tlvaMon;&-room dwelling, good well of pore water and clatern. 300 acres prairie. 60 acres timber; si tasted y miles from l)es Arc the eoanty seat of Prairie connty, a bony little town on the west bank of White Hirer, cheap tranaportotlon by steamer line: good en ere a and school privileges. Price 12,850. IU60S cash, balance in deferred payments. Address, W. H. VIVIO.N, Lonoke. Ark. For Sale at a Bargain ! Lease of 64C acres school land (im proved) all enclosed with six-wire fence, 1$0 head of nice young hogs weighing from 100 to 200 pounds to go with it. This is in Custer county near Broken Bow. Price. $3,000. FOR SALE Good 6-room cottage, bam, corner lot In good neighborhood. For sale cheap. E. T. Hurr, 236 So. 11th St, Lincoln, Neb. For Sale. 80 acres of tableland, good pasture, 15 acres meadow land ( 12 tons of hay this dry year) good well, all nw buildings, 3 hpn.d of work horses, 13 head of cattle, 46 head of hogs, ( good Poland Chinas) wagons and implements necewsnry to fnrni; 75 chickenx, household good, po tatoes, hay, seed oats aud seed corn. Prion 2,6)0 half cash. 5 miles south west of Wisuer, Neb. Address, Mrs. Lgktz, (A rare bargain.) Wisuer, Neb. A. OREENAUICn, Tres Over $ 7,000 on Hand. 32 Losses Paid in 1894. over $500,000 In losses. Have had but 10c. per $100.00. SWIGART, Secretary, Lincoln, Neb. .,IIIIIIIIHII LEADERSHIP! The Wealth Makers (Against the Wealth Taken.) Published Weekly Six Years Old No Other Paper like It Send 25o. for three month's trial lubicription.Mat Addrssa, THE WEALTH MAKERS, Iimoolo, Vtfc GILLILAN'S Want : Column ! -ji- Do you want to escape the oold winters and hot, dry summers? Go to Southwest Texas ! We have a body of land extending about thirty miles along tbe count southeast of Cor pus Christ!, with soil and climate particularly well adapted to the production of veire tables and fruit. The crops ripen about six weeks eanier than in California, and are about half tbe distance to market. The atmosphere Is pleanant and healthful, temperature from 40 to 60 degrees hi wtnter and 80 to 90 degrees In eummer, with an annual rainlall of 2 to 40 Inches. Tbe land will be sold In tracts of twenty acres and over, and for a time at the low price of $18 00 to 925 00 per acre. Land la older settled communities where similar soil and climatic advantages are found is worth 300 to $400 per acre. . Why grow old battling with (he elemmta when health, wealth and ple&aun can be se cured with to httlt coat and aSont An Excursion will leave Lincoln for Corpus Chris tl April 8nd, at special rate one fare for round trip. Do you want to go? Write for descriptive circulars and fall Infor mation. GILLILAN INVESTMENT CO., 1001 0 Street, Ground Floor, Lincoln, Neb. 830 acres of first class land for sal) ot under irrigation ditch. 17S ocrss la onU tiyation. Price $17 per ocrs. 1 smiles from Champion, Neb. For fartksr par ticulars address, if. Cook, Champion, Neb. - "Among the Ozarfcs," Th Land of Big Red Apples, Is an attractive and Interesting book, handsomely illustrated with visws of South Iflssonrl scenery. Including tbe famous Olden Fruit Farm of 1.000 acres II Howell county. It pertains to trait raising Is that great fruit belt of America, tbe eoutSers slope ot tbe Osarks, and will pro ve ol great value not only to fruit growers, bat to every fanaei and homeseeker looking for a farm and a home Mailed free. Address, J. . L0CKW00D, Kansas City, Ma Dr. Davis, diseases of teeth and month.