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May 1, 1895
8 THE WEALTH MAKERS. C;:i::rscf Kteka F.A. and I. U. President-W. F, Dele, Atlanta, Vice-President W. F. Porter. Claris. RecreterT-In. J.T. Kellle. Hertwell. Treanorer Jam Cameron, Bearer Otf, Lactarer W. F. Wright, Bethany. Kxeeatlve Committee J. H. Dlmmlck, U&aon wty. F. a. Wllke. Wllcoz: T. A. Do sab a. Sartorta. TBI AID DEGREE Many inquiries coma about the Aid De gree which shows that many do not un derstand iti relation to the national F. A. A I. U. Section II, of article YII o! the National Constitution reads as fol' lows: "Sec. II. A co-operative degree was es tablisbed by the supreme conncil at In dianaDolis in loVl. known astbeJNation al Alliance Aid, and the supreme council at Topeka in 1894 directed that the charter and constitution be so changed as to bring the degree directly in harmony with and under the control o! the su preme council." The charter has been amended and the action of the Indianapolis and Topeka councils has been ratified by the Raleigh council, which has ordained that the na tional Alliance Aid Is established as a regular degree of the N. F. A. & I. U., un der these rules: 1st The National Alliance Aid shall be managed by a board of nine (9) di rectors, five (5) of whom shall be the ex eutive committee of the N. F. A. & I. U., and the others (4) shall be elected by the beneficiary members. 2nd. The guardian shall be an officer of the supreme council, without a vote, and no mileage or other compensation for attending the supreme council. 3rd. The N. F. A. A I. U. shall never assume any financial responsibility for the N. A. Aid, nor shall the N. A. Aid ever be in any manner financially responsible for the N. F. A. & 1. U., except for such percentage of its annual receipts as may be agreed upon yearly by the executive committee of the N. F. A. & I. U. and the board of directors of the N. A. Aid. 4th. The officers of the N. A. Aid shall report each year to the supreme council, and, whenever requested, to theexecutive committee and to the annual meeting of the state Alliances when the degree may be established. 5th. No one shall be admitted to the N. A. Aid who is not a member in good standing in the N. F. A. & I. U., and the officers of the N. A. Aid shall use all dili gence to keep them in good standing, and they shall collect the national per capita tax from members who have be come disconnected with the sub or state Alliance, and remit it eemi-aunually to the national secretary treasurer. Sec. III. Organizers of the National Alliance Aid Degree, who have been duly commissioned as such, may admit per sons to membership in the Alliance for the purpose of joining the Aid Degree, when they have received authority from the state Alliances of the res pective states: Provided, That a lodge of the National Alliance Aid Degree, duly organized, shall have power to initiate members and maintain a subordinate Alliance in con noction with the Aid Degree: Provided further, That no person otherwise ineli gible shall be so admitted." I have been commissioned to organize Aid Degree lodges anywhere in the state or to pppoint organizers and will answer inquiries or send Aid constitutions to all applicants. NEW RITUALS. Under this head we announced that we expected new rituals soon, but a letter from the national secretary says they concluded to use the old ones a while yet and as it seems all the difference in the new edition is the addition of the Aid Degree ritual, it will not be necessary to make a change all around as we thought. ,. Mrs. J. T. Kellik. ' f Best Way to Sell Wool. Chicago, III., April 26, 1895. Another wool season is now at hand and one of the problems which no doubt confronts our readers who have wool is where and how to dispose of it to the best advantage possible. Like all farm produce, it must find its way to the large markets for distribution and the fewer hands it passes through before this dis tribution takes place, the better it is for the wool grower, and the more money be realizes ior-his wool. Such being .the caso it is certainly for the best interests of the wool growers to ship their .wool direct to the large markets or point of distribution, in order that they might realize the most money possible for it. The necessity for doing this at present is much greater than if wool were bringing a good price, and when the profit to be gained by the grower of wool shipping direct to the market is brought to his at tention as is intended by this article, we think that he wist take advantage of it. There cau be but one possible obstacle in the way, that is confidence in securing the right kind of a house to receive and sell his wool to the best advantage possi ble, and one which will remit his money promptly. Confidence is certainly the foundation of all business transactions. There are good reliable houses in the different wool markets to whom growers can ship in confidence that they will be fairly and honestly dealt with, and that their interests will be fully protected. One of these houses is Summers, Morri son & Co., Commission Merchants, 174 South Water st, Chicago. This house has a very large trade in wool, in fact they have revolutionized the wool trade to some extent by making prompt sale of all wool they receive andsendintrquick returns to the shippers. When they first stated a few years ago that they intended to handle the wool trade in this way, older houses in the business said it was impossible to do so and do justice to the shippers: but this firm has demonstrated that it was possible as their numerous shippers nave testified. They have been handling wool in this way for the last five years and each year their trade increases largely. They hold numerous testimonials from those who have shipped them wool and they are all unanimous in their verdict that the re turns have been prompt and satisfactory. If you will write this firm for prices and ' the prospect of the wool trade they will respond promptly. We have just received a large supply of the new book, "Money Found," written byThoa. E. Hill. Price, 25c Send in your orders. Nothing like it. Conducted by J. T. M. Swioast. Correspon dence solicited. Fire, cyclone or ball. CYCLONE. The season of cyclones is here again and all should be protected when it cau be done with as little expense as it has been to members of the Nebraska Cyclone Co, (only four dollars for the last three years for the first f 1,000 and 20 cents on each 100 additional.) We have made but one assessment and that was ten cents per $100. HAIL. This seems to be a year for hail also, and as our present plans are as near per fect as the law will permit, we can give all insurance at as near actual cost as any one could wish. FIRE AND LIOHT.NI.NO. In the fire department of the Nebraska Mutual Fire and Cyclone Co., we are yet short about thirty applications. We had hoped to have the f 100,000 applied for by May lit but we are doomed to disappointment. If any one wants to help the cause along let him send to us at once for instructions. Of course all will understand that we are not asking for an application from any one in any territory covered by a local fire company. In turn we ask the officers of all local companies to co-operate with us in securing members for the cyclone de partment. Several have complied with a good line of risks, others have not sent inone,not even their own. Wedo not want the fees in the fire department until we get the 1100,000 applied for, we will then give notice to all applicants to pay the fee and get their policies. It seems to us that this is the cheapest way to orga nize a company. Hence I hope to hear from many within the next to weeks. We want an agent in every neighbor hood for cyclone and hail insurance, and in unoccupied territory we want to write fire also. Of course times are hard, but at such times you need protection the most. Appreciates The Wealth Makers Keystone, Minn., April 13, 1895. Editor Wealth Makers: I thank you for your kind visits. I am glad to see so much good writing. It is encouraging a hope that our much sick nation muy, through enlightened doctors like The Wealth Makers, be healed and resurrected and yet live to bless the com ing generations for long ages. O, may God help to enlighten our befogged and politically blinded citizens to vote for principle and not for empty party names! Parties too, that have sold us to Mam mon for the last 83 years, and which. continuing, will sink us deeper and deeper into Donaage. X our paper will bo mailed from this office to a Lutheran prqacher whom I have tried for a long time to proselyte. I must do a Christian duty as well as that of a true citizen, at any rate, and let for the rest the blame rest, on the thoughtless and proud, Pharisees and hypocrites. Respectfully your sincere friend and co-worker according ability. ALEX JORGENHEN. A SPECIALTY GRASS MILLET AND CANE CLOVE. TIMOTHY. T. Gr. 101S Union Are. 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THE SUCCESS CULTIYATOR. KU. Works Emv. Lock Lever. Beam Spring saves hooking op. Special features not in others. Cheapest and best. A. W. BUTT IMPLEMENT CO., 75 Euclid Ave., Springfield, Ohio. Doble's Alumlnnm Cofffee Economizer FITS ANY COFFEE POT Pm Trial No Ekk needed to settle. Keeps the S,y,e" blackens. Wo guarantee our n Cmnnmtu, to make better. The Coffee stronger and richer coffee. Price n lees. aiiow Port Kfii a nstz Paid' we win rernnn tne money ARTHUR L. DOBIE CO. ail Wafeaaa Ave.. CUoafo.ru. iw-wri can u returned m nx:.r;ri:AQents.$75 ft week. Kictuaive territory-. The KapM III Washer. Washes all lb dishes tor a fsunUj It. out minute. Washes, rinse and dries thm without wetting the bauds. Yoa push the button, 'he machine does the rest, Brish;, polished dishes, i cheerful wire. No seamen QDffvTs.nosoiledfaaDdsorelothlot. N broken dishes.no mass. (Jbeap, durable, warranted. Circulars free W. P. HARRISON A CO Oarfc Ha. 1 Colnmbtta, O. tforld'sFeirliighesUwtrds on our INCUBATOR and . BROODkR Comblnad. , lOld Reliable"! If Jim an tstsnsted la PwsKry, H will) par Ja 4 wtrts ta Maun fbr ear IS m omtaVxm, fivtM lnbs Bo tat oa Poultry Culture. Address Reliable Incubator and Brooder Co. Oulnc. Ill I t av S -nriw HvX M X. HIGHEST QUALITY OP ALL. Columbia Bicycles THE STANDARD FOR ALL .... , HAVE you feasted your eyes upon the beauty and grace of the 1895 Colurabias? Have you tested and compared them with all others ? 1 Only by such testing can ( you know how fully the , Columbia justifies its POPE MFG. CO. Hartford, Cobb MMNHl aoa-roN Maw TOUR OMIOAOO proud title of the Stand ard for the World. And the price is but 1 SAN PNANOISOO PMOVIOBNOa BUFFALO '100 An Art ' Catalogue of then famous vakeels and of Hart fords, 8a bo,free at any Colum bia Armey, or mailed for two t-cent stamps. THE FASTEST BICYCLE TIRE ON EARTH Is called the , "G.& J. 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I will sell in lots ol 6 bnshels or oyer at $1.10 per bashel either Armstrong's white or Sam's yel low. Sacked F. O. B. can at Greenwood. Bend tamps (or sample. J. M. ARMSTRONG, Greenwood, Neb -A.. J. Adams. BBAD8HAW, NEB., Breeder ot Black Langshan Chickens. The greatest general purpose thicken of the age, Uy (lock scores from fKH to 94. EGOS FOB SALE.. 8HIP U8 YOUR Jas, McMillan & Co. Incorporated. Exporters of Fine Northern Furs 200-212 Ffrst Ave. North, MINNEAPOLIS, - - MINN. tarwrlte for Circular. WOVEN WIRE FEME Horse mga. ami strong; pig and chicken tight. Hiika It Touraelf (or l3to20SM ttn atria. A man and Dor SOstTles. A man and Dor can make aaatoaOrodaadar. catalog tree. rodaday. cat) KIT8CLMAN PROS., ftldirovllle, Ind. Rau FURS Hides. DaPOltS, Wool, 8888 ' ' HAVE YOU FIVE OR MORE COWS 7 If so a 14 Baby" Cream Separator will earn Iti cost for you every year. Why continue an Inferior system another year at so great a lost f Dairying Is now the only profitable feature of A grlculture. Properly eon ducted It always pays well, and must payjou. You neea a separator, ana you neea tne musti-, tne "Baby." All styles and canacltles. Prlcaa.17B.00 upward. Bend for new 1895 Catalogue. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO., Branch Men : General Offices: ELGIN, ILL. 74 00RTUNDT ST.. NEW YORK. ItOim, Chester WhHs, Ueney Bed eaa relaaa Calaa loa. Jenej. Seemer aM Hoimia Cattle. Tserafkanl Ikee. rsaey reswr. nmue L -f, as Bsbm Date. oaMMee. LUst Chaster CePe POLAND CHINAS FOR SALE. If in need of a choicely bred Poland boar write to J. V. Wolfe, Box 825, Lincoln, Neb. He has a few way up p go of April and early May farrow. Elkhorn Valley Herd of Poland-China Swine. I hare all the leading trains Including Free Trades, Wilkes and Black U. 8. families. The beat lot of plga I erer raised sired by Paddys Chip 16388, Fs Wanna maker 26829, Cpl. U. 8. 10605. My lows are mostly Free Trade and Wilkes strains. L H. SUTER, Neligh, Neb. Furnas County Herd. CJ L. E. Berkshlres Poland-Chinas, Holsteln Cattle. 'M pigs sired by six first elaaa males, and from sows as good. Berkshlres: Sal lies, Duchess, and others. Poland-Chinas: Corwin. Te cumseh and Wilkes. None better. All stock at half price, (on account of the drouth), and guaranteed as represented. Mention The Wealth Makers. H.S.WILLIAMSON, leaver City, Keb. WIIIGER'S STEEL Su Hat no iqnal tot strength or elm pUcllr, Awardn Medal and Dip loma at World'. Fair. Alio Gal- vanlzed Steel Tanki, Giladers and Regulators. E. B. WTNOEB, IS Seaweed Tetraacetate,!! METAL WHEELS' for your Lj WAGONS. Any size yon want, 10 to Win. high. Tires 1 to 8 in. wide hubs to fit any axle. Hayes Coat many times in a season to hare set of low wheels to fit your wagon for hauling erain. fodder, manure. boss, ho. No resetting of tares. Oatl'gfrae. Address EMPIRE MFG. CO Qnlncy, 111. the OLD RELIABLE PEERLESS FEED iGRMDERS firings miM crraln tr flnv lonmnf llniMU th Ml Ml V flthPT mill. fiHndS Ba.t corn,oats,etc..flneenough for any purpose. War ranted not to choke. We warrant the Peerless to be THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MILL ON EARTH. t Write us at once for prices and agency. There Is money In this mill Made only by the JOLIET STROWBRIDQE CO., JO LI ET. ILL. Jobbers and Manufacturers of Farm Machinery, Carriages, Wagons, Windmills. Bicycles, Harness, etc. Prices lowest. Quality best, h. s. ALEY, m. a SPECIALIST III FEMALE, NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES. Office 1213 0 St., Lincoln, Neb. mW Write tor terms and question blanks. nenew yonr Bnoscnption to The Wealth Makers and keep abreast with the times. 7Tv V HIV W V eV SEEDS ALFALFA Cane, Millet Seeds, Kafflr, prices address. Please mention this paper. 1867. KAHSAS HOME HDRSERY, 1895. --sSSSOVER lOO ACBES.SS Grow all kinds ot Fruit aad Ornamental Trees of Best varieties suited to the west. Originator of the Kansas Black Raspberry. All leading and new varieties of small fruits, Grapes, Shrubbery and Evergreens. Price list to all applicants. Agents wanted. A. H. GRIESA, Box J, Lawrence, Ks. BUY OF A HOIJE NURSERY I t CRETE NURSERIES , Established in 1872, point to many thousands of successful orchards in Nebraska supplied from their nursery. Their stock for 1895 is complete in all departments, and as good as ever sent out. Large orders for apple trees, filled on eight month's time. Purchase at first hand and save agent's and dealers' profit. Cor respond early before the rush of spring trade opens. E. F. STEPHENS, Manager, Crete, Neb. 1 CARRIAGES) BUSSIES. IIARIIESS and Bleyctosv a Tmetorj rilees. Work guaranteed and 10 to 40 per cent aavea. unr gooas receivea fair, uor law Mammoto liiusirmteu vaukiugue w im vu u iv ioojj all the latest styles and improvements and reduced prices. It has 200 pases and Is the largest and moat complete catalogue ever iesued. Bend for It. It t free" AlUaavee) Varrlag C-UaeimBaU, Ohtat. I irT yr lT7Sra4a. Sat. Write te4ay. ROCK' 6tAHPlPLOV I yWIZB. fs rA w Are You Ready For the Harvest ? There's onlv one wav tn cut readv -and we are ready to get you ready BEST IN THE . . . "WORLD Because Most Durably Built, Lightest in Draft, Greatest in Capacity, Simplest in Construction. All Competition Staid Away from the McCormick in the World's Fair Tests We might to-day be selling a line of so-called "cheap" machines al a price which would still be high, but prefer to sell the high-value McCormici at a price which experience will most assuredly prove is low. Glad to shovi our friends these machines at any time. Come in and see them. ' Farmers will please call on K. BINFORD. Lincoln. L.EIS VELD & TltOMPEN, Hickman, J. P. PRATT, Bennett, MEYER & SEVERIN, Hallam, WELLER POLK & CO., Raymond, G. W. PETERSON, Eagle, Any of whom will be only too glad to show you the merits of the machines whether you intend to purcnaee or not. t LINCOLN NORMAL UNIVERSITY. t . . . We will have the . . . . Reading Stonjuier School ii Nebraska This year. Term opens June 4th, 1895. Continues 10 weeks. Total exponaes, 3.00 per week. Send for catalogue, free. Address, LINCOLN NORMAL UNIVERSITY, Normal, Neb. qmp JJf the right letropouun nanonai nana, Chicago, and this Paper. SEED A SPECIALTY. Bice and Jerusalem Corn, all srrown in USi. For XolITI ft XXWVXBOS. Oardea Clty K ansa a. lae nignest iwarui a, tue wuriu Broke the Record No Cultivator ever bad such a remark able run the first season. Sales nearly 20,000 in 1894 and this year will be greatly increased. The O. H. D. is simply the lest Walking CsltiraUr ever stsds aad as yst has ne imitators- It sells at sight For Missions dealer In a town, tee It he torero buy. Writ as lor illustrated dmdar. Deere & Co.SV?8 ftboiitivciy Qudrantced fo give read what iiiaidby fi)05e Wt)o bavc V .tl)err)., Mahufacturio 0) m OMLV B MB CO' fot Ih"Q-'"- 1895. so that von can be sure thai vou are read; with the World-Beating, LIQHT-RUNN1NQ Mccormick STEEL BINDERS and MOWERS. Wrieite4a. sTHVIIIII W i I J- -J J a-e Hvv A SCHOOL FOR THE PEOPLE ( CIk m n im m Its equipments are more complete DcCallSB. Its buildings are better, wuwuuwv) Itg facnltv g larger arl(i abler and the expenses lower than those ot any othat Normal School in Nebraska. Tuition, a Board from Sooms from $1.00 pet week 1.60 tc $2.00 " M U8o. to 750. " - YOUR WOOL Direct to market. It is the only way to get Its full market value, if you sblp to house. Our shippers testify almost unanimously that ours is inw rin riouocr. MwtuM tou u:u vj a jury of more than one thousand prominent wool growers and a verdict rendered. We have been found guilty of selling other peoples' wool at a higher price than they could get at home and mak-j ' big prompt returns. The verdict has created consternatloili among WoolHouses here, but rejoicing amoug wool growers We receive more shipments of wool direct from the growers than! any house In this market Wemakequlcker sales and quicker return than any house In this market. Don't dispose ot your wool until you write for our Wool Report, giving prices and the verdict of the jury over their own signatures. Sacks furnished FBEE. SUMMERS. MORRISON & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 174 South Water Street, CHICAGO.