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•OTA DOINGS.
Mliered From
jpHaiili' Sources.
E V K
r-. UK*.
.. ]:,th fire wa#di-e..ver-
S
I O O U
It. the Everest
Mhl
U
i i i i
,,d the principal b^
some'furniture and part of
"'J each store were saved,
1
were totally consumed,
estimated at S13H.CHK), with
•inmiit'e The bo'iks and paper#
'clerk tow" treasurer and sehoo
horned and also tne books and
""h 'llMt-nffi't'.
n
e
e, were saved. While climb
ruins', the ten-year-old fori of
*»nd broke Ins leg. The fannies
,»r tbi' stores and saloon building#
hut -re temporarily provided
^ortehu.idV.Mhe town w U
et once.
jpglKST* TOHl^ SliiiKN.
port. II'-"-' Bull mi "fthei::" •-L
Rowing re^ardimr tne lady rupci.n
uttof schouls for Hrnle county:
u.««
1
t.-.rn returned yesterday after
,D*k.'!» territory, where she has been
nrai.ntii--
e
1 1
from the cast id
i from New I
The hlockad
naders hnv«» i
i from •.• v
ui, i there bn«
The Host
.-
Bo
Inn. The 11 .mc» spread
on beyond control. But
rt- la the bonce and saloon
Usury
were
^ni^'"uu»''
k
Thufday evening
the position of siiperiiiten-
jf'uiii lirule county. that territory,
iLn-t hv be in: L'lven a reeept.011 at
varuh Kicbard# :it Pukwana.
her lefldi|ii«rter- during the cam
Jtjle the people nt the viiiaee were
lined. party of about i.tty friends
tii't" across tlie country from i ham
.'ii-t'vV-at, to Uive the siiperinteii
i .urpris"-- They had with them a
j^c uii4 a most enjoyable evening
Th- whole number present at the
«afi Jie-ir-y 1 otl. The ollicial count
,r,, (u.* m.jority over lur repiiD-
n
Prof. II. H. Hiatt. bthe will re
., ..ati! after chri-tnias, returning
'in'tiuie to Oeuin the duties of her new
tb nr. sk-- w.. l.tve
kw»u*.
m.E'.RiPH a™ i:*eitr.»#
mcd that the Western I'tiion Te
piny made a report of it? Dsk. i
sthe board off'. -l -•••»:•..
iDnk-ta
4
,:1H
The "Northern l'acille ex pre## re- «t
il,^- fol l«e yelir a- ».4
hhowiBK a loe* of Jf'J#,- i
file hoard, in it^ report to the iegi"'
rrronmeml the putwii,''- of a 1»
1
fiitr:cL
I S
Lightli leg-
(itliciaily c:invH
fwnty 1,7. .]• r.':e.M a •::. -.i:
jil,' Hirpen, Dau., I iv: i..
1)11, vmnorii 30.3, to e !.
Src», V\'ne ,lte[., Beadi- ia
iMrnl-s'i totui U"ger, Hep., I
ijervauid 377. Sanborn
IA SI B^TO vf W FIATH Kit.
kmstt-r. The Piry ia»-- s h:iv.
lap but titer.- i- considerable
siain in sr,
U V I A
Woner* at tl
xt v Imur- art iv ed
K U
y vmm.uiica-
I 1
boarding house hflonKli.tf
from there to Kodenberjrer &
ii.ire Mr.-1. Wilson'# hoarding
»ifr»
K.iiden
A KiddeH'* hardware
and I
h'
11J
-R
.e i at Hnron,
tie follow aa.' re •. i ... i.n. Ii' J-
S
'-J. total
«ll., 1. ndle ".ICi. .lereftliU! I7."t, Sal,I' a a
•1.549: D-iii., ft.-.id:.- 711.
Saab r»t, i l.-i ».
wn telegram. Kith The weatlr'T a
ii'iiiili has ieeii the usual niacn't:
l»o,ota fall weather. To-day the
and balmy, the workmen are ,111 the
:ti nms off. The bli/.r.ard 111 south
•Ue« creates a- .urshimMii .111! gen-.t.i
K O A K S O N
express office has been e-iahllshe I at
Junction, a new town 011 the .J»uied
fcey road. Manager Chambers, of the
-akota Elevator company, is soon to
tethc constructioa of an elevator there
Hewitt aud daughter have gone to
^fdoiis, where they will reside hereafter
Taylor preached again Sunday night
'spera rink to an immense congregation.
McKen/ie and Peter KnaulT shipped a
iof horaes and wagon# to Duluth Satur
fhty Will work in the woods this winter
teback again in the spring. The case
1 Osborne A Co. vs. John Cysewski, in
fiMeourl resulted in a verdict of f353 77,
defendant. The action was brought by
Kirue company to compel payment of a
•wiry note giving in payment for the bind
At by Cv«eW"ki. The defense claimed
tliiiidi
W S
defective and by reason of
So lie hud lost money and grain. The
fckhis side of the case ami returned a
••ccnnlingiy. The case of Klein A Klein
tH lhikota Kk-vator company, resulted
irdiet for the p'aintiff of 4U. The
line of the star course, of lectures, t« be
or the benetit the l'.a].tist church has
Woince'l. It will consist of three lec
a concert. The term i.f the district
now being held, will continue about a
.i.i I' i-.
'-1 »i
I I
li I i
N
v -eat
O K K S
feme s]• e. i iI, fVth 'l".a
•.unity record*
s Ln Moure
by tiie enmity
'oved flora (..rami U-»p.e
tiie ten Hays lixed
last merlin.' il' a which
[•la. having expired
-i" hoard, had
lOTUl VVlls to t.o.e
tight,, chainirn,
til
1
expedil I.I-
U en appofnU'it
,Mk de-re Lil^li'.'-en
and found tlie eonri
•a irdi-d by aimed men.
tow n, and the rccuide.
board to see i.
'f'Jt fr..in La V. ..e
i'ocked within i
'^8 were battered
furniture
S O I I
loaded uj
lu
iaa failed to use ih.-.r v
MfciV into ttlis pi."."" a'
,i1.-1 ag im injsrn
fitiu .t ud-ir
^tiini....
^nt -te.
'of i, i .,
W e e
(.iinid
'J'h.'
k tbis
•d in.-t
n and
served
enp-l'll-
"raneit
out r*
u. v. i AiT'.ivrwK.vr!
Zander ia etr.ef Kairchild, «i
fainted ,»„i -Un-c rni' for
Jamestuvv a- e.
o k s
A
"•V I'M
Walter H. or. i
hlr Chui le- \. I.
ittnvley Aberde.-a
Valley City
Rt.Oi KAlie It A I Si: I'.
:,Q
snec'.al l'Jth—The
lirst trail. I
1
hi- alter
here It had been detain*
t- -o strong in Iowa that
i.l.a when a train will ar-
o iv I
1
V- fai
r^turf "T 1 n 1
-riir 1.:n11-*i*" t-f* iufi
the content of .John Morrison a^auift. i burie«
MrKicnick over land in cectiun 3U, township 133,
range Fa'^o lund district. In September,
18S1,
k k made hoineftead entry of the
land, and in (X tober, 1S
H^,
A failure on tue part of a unteitHiit to appeal
cannot govern the couuinsioaer'e right to pro
tect the right# of the government where there
i# a eospicion of fmid, had faith or negligence
The evidence ulunveil that McKissiek did not
really established a residence. Consequently,
while Morrison »ay have no standing in the
case, the entry thould be canceled and Ueid for
entry by the liret comer,
The Secretary has allowed .loeeph Slater to
file a contest 'againct .K-remiah II. Murphy's
entry of the northwest quarter of section 8.
township 113, range 77. Huron land district.
This overrules ttie decision of the commis
slouer. In a rehearing of the case the Secre
tary adhere# to hi? former ruling in the a
of the Heyden M. Thompson vs. Lunge con
as!.
The Iteauie oanty InftUlutv w...
dent of the Dakota Agricultural! Colle
Hrooking#, wTil' ase a# his subject, I he
Prof .loll t• I i•. i.
w u
i, Tii-ir total i ^ure« for tin- conn'
'Mntac* of wire and Ki.l'.t'S olVua'
tlii' year, expeiif'
A
zro«» earnings of ail telegraph, le.'
ik. La.
I I
i
I I
ai- na
iect.it nt the late electisn tar mem er tf
finnil representative oftli'.
tie 11
after an i
Mrs. i:.
postma*:. ,c.
commitcd it to a
ca*b entry \flon he submitted hi* proof,
Morrison contested. The local land officers
decided tfc*t MeKi#»ieU had established his
refideare and dicnii^sed Morrison s contest.
The latter did not appeal, but Sparks made an
ex-parle examination, overruled the decision of
the local land otlieera and held llcKissiek'n
entry for cancelation. The latter appealed to
the Secretary oil the ground that, as Morrison
had aot appea'led, the eommiaoioner could not
go into the action of the im ui Sand oflice. Ibe
(secretary decided:
It is claimed :i
another iinoni. mi-.- r- u
on the increase.
In tiie spelling bee .•
night, Kditor (io««ag•. i:
tir#t victim to take h:- a
P.. I,. Stdomon, conilised i:
Wessington Snrings, tried
with a case kaife on Wedi
a
e
1 1
Huron, comnieM ing Dec Oth, and :.t.uiung
three days. Of the lecturers and tl.e ijects
the r.iw.u :.-e r-uiieed: i W H.H.
15,.^. r. V .• k-. «i!' l#cf.- "i F'o
lution or liberty." Kev. Lewis McLuuth, pre-
its distance, form, ?i/e, i'ght and it# relation to
other bodies in the solar #yi«tem." This lecture
win In' illustrated bv numerous drawing* and
diagram-*. "A Strong Man" i# the subje.
a li-ctnn- to be g-.ven by lie
v. I. S. Mc«
•r:d K. T. 'ressey talk# of "V\ s#hing!on
1
id it* iittraciioii" a? sen by a new hpaper i
•\jr. Crescev was one of thecieiki
•. iring the Forty-third onv're--,
ture recite#J#oBie ..f tie ti" •g
th »t time.
ttie
and Is it
-aw andj.e.ird
1
i
atend'-i
1
liools, ha* also been invited to
.: jttite and participate in the ei.-rcisi--. ami wnl
n'idoiilitedlv present. Although the meet
•,' i« .-(ipeeiaiiy desig
attei.d the in-
1
1'- adle cnuity
ho.d teachers, k i.ui i of in-tructor* fr«.m
ioiirng eo: nti-s a, '-xpect'd to be pre-
d' c, wail
i. a.
I ,,r Mr-.. 1. W.fe
e a -tuff. Mrs. Lyon ha* stitiered f.e
\tlnaliy passing away Monday at
p. in. i funeral was largely attended. A
scheme is on font to form a gas company to sui
p'v th.- Cliv with light. A gentleman fr.-m -t.
L'.uis .-it'the head of the scheme, The Metho
cliapel on Keuip avenue is to he at once en
larged to uonDle its present sealing capacity.
The Catholics of this city will soon erect
V11r'. 11 -Me.
he
!l IN
I A K
\S N
A lices from *aipoint# on '.he i-'-n-.
ii di uted that the -1 wave was sweepira
over the fertile prar.e* of the territory wit:,
biir/.ardish grasp. At Huron Hie wind was
rushing at 3U miles an hour and sanvi falPng
fast. At Jamestown the bli/.rard raged all day
and freight trains wen- abandoned. At Portland
1-J to ir inches of snow fell, at Fargo 4 niche*.
A heavy snow storm prevailed at Aberdeen and
train-from Kilendiile and Ipswich were snow
bound. the fuel supp'y of t'..e town was very
livarlv exhausted, ere,ring some apprehension
Grafton and Mitch. were in the embrace of
the cold wave, w ith inen :ie-« wind* and muc
snow.
ASsittMnr-i.
At AVrdecn, Nov- US,— 'berry. Leach .1 C.».
dealers in agricultural implemest#, inavle an ss
sigiiBient to (i. VV. .lenkin* in favor of their
creditors. The assets are ami liabilities
i850.0(M». The i iiisc of the failure
lie,- '1.1. was dif i h.-iraed for drnnkrness, the
i a,t ,'iui«e i .• _' his attempt get into
II sieej.ing e.ir l'crih occupied by a lady while
iiitoii. atni. He left Mitchell after his dismissal
to walk to Alciandr.a. and Nov. 'J'i his nly wa#
foniul half way between two towns, with three
bullet wounds. It i* an a .-d that he c«.a
mil ted suicide. His r: .. 'e at Uockwe
low:i. He w.is a young I .-i anmnrried. aia
ia« etii. *t t!ie |M|. ... «le:t
trap®, and a vigor..us 114111
,iers iiunitiefod floeen. ni ined
rules mid shotgun#, eon*
d, but the Indians v. re fii'.ven ...
ued several miies. A number of
trlii'uce* iii ihe V.'istare now oee
or 10 the e that, iiiiin'.er of wui
plll'S
disti
o« ii
conaty
itmnit
last.
BuiTalo (iap \s ha\- an artetini
The Krea Wi, lupt.-ti ire Ua\.
at Siotii Fall#
)B the aind the r-tilr.-m! depot
burned. The uilditig.
»i a l-r a: e
I'.e -a a'I' r.\ w 'a:! r.' -i
the iita r.ii-'aer
tn. 1. .11 mw i •.fr.'i'i
re i "t 1 he L'C
\, I.f I*e n n i\a11i
a
-aleh atliftiteil with
it ther :nv n. lerai
I i •.
,.,, ,i
V
liel.l-. Ii
(ten. 1». i\
W S
inability
to collect note# due, which comprise a port'on
of tiir assets. The lirm ha« hianehc# at (iroton,
I'olumbia and Ipswich, aim :s w.-l. V
anck th
i hand
ramie:
I
O A
old established llrns. It hop. l» ie»:ane arvae
roiKi) lo.Ai'.
T-.vo We-k* a.:o -I. W. Koss, posts' clerk ¥e
tvv.cn il'ns: and Chamberlain "ti t!.e Milw» a'
if i Hi '.v
tia||-
wav V\ i- i 11 ".'or a I
I have not -''eii ai a i
ol a ia-hior .• ,ar
til. i'i ie:l' a a i. lie' i a I a
w
wa*
.ool 1
111!
K
V r. UA.I.
Mid
\e i r.i'.e j.endent hook
it- aa eraaniced at Farg..
o to the SOth, ero was the rde i
nt Fargoa
re is a gene r.J demand tlia tne a a i-'atui*
shall do awiiy with the fee st -=tYin for count*
ui id territorial olltc.es and tix salaries. This ha*
been done in a few counties and is mud to be a
great saving to the-people.
'.dwin E. Sage, one of tin- old- st and moM
uiiiair
i 1 -u .* 1:1 1' i
•anborn
am:
reight is several thotisaml dollars. One car
and considerable transfer freight for the San
bora, t'oopers'.own A Turtle Mountain road vt*«
destroyed «!•. tw.. pouch^^ .f inn 1 were
burned.
c. H. Shaw, 1 'if e A X. Mitchell
hotel at Mitchell has returned from a two week?,
stay in New York city, where lie bad been in a
vain search of his brother-in-law, who disa
ppeared mysteriously N O 1. Tne latter W A S
a bookkeeper named" Fox, who married Shaw'#
sister at Charles City. Iowa, several year# ago.
la the C.S. Court at Yankton, the case of .!
S. Harringer, indicted for the murder of .John
viurphy at Fori Snllv, May 10, 1 KS'j, is on tria,
1'nited States Attorney Car'.and appeared for tin'
prosecution and A.It. Melville for the defense.
At i rand Fnrk# Uev. S. C.Smith, of si. L'au!
opened :h.- ..- s lecture course of the. Pre
*pyter in." by delivering "Me:: am
Money, \.-i large audience. Ignatiu
Donnelly, of MinneM :•.
VV it and llmnor."
llog cholera ha- r«.n I'.va-i. s\\
herd# of Yankton county, o,--i -e*
farmers. The disease is i •.: .' fa* i. w --rU ai-i'.ag
the p!gs and small workers.
A MinneapoM# piper p«b a npecial frov
Valley City stilting tnat A. W mot. jiroprieti
I of the Kindred hotel, ha- i away. He is
alleged to ha.- -I'linif tnll^ in.settled, aggrij
gating abou' "i. It is supposed thai he and
his family v*. Minreapii «. Tlu hotel i#
i n the postssioti of the sherif.
grader* the Milwaukee i w u
six ir.iles of the Faulk com
wbi report that that A. Lincoln w:.«
i ,• to l»e abandoned us u ..htary post bt»!
revived by VV'ushingt respondent*.
ii n- .1 wife are he. the .r
i i .Iv in Law re: t- ••-.i.ty.
\V..
Mf
i K I N i W K
.M
ui.
I Tu
rl- :.U
I w i i i i i- i
ir- if V' i •!'()h t! il kti u .tal
:rk i i I'tmini--!' i-\. li*
u in !ii\
1 1
\. :i i •11
p. i--i tiie.
't
t'. w i
a
\v
i c.m!'
i !a aicll
i.api ie:i all
the I 11 i i a I
,-ieal -nr
••l! ilia lie
at a i la. lice
rea-Mii-
... .U'VitliT Hat the ea—"I
im'-o-ii en.hire a e,.aslant.' ami i
v
x-
e tlrain witiioiit -iririnu ihe fate
hat ha* overlaKeii ni uic «»M i ami
tr |^.jii)11» .alonjx 1 he oil hi I'.
(Ircat advantages have onie i"
J'itt-inii'trh lnannfactrrer- rn-nii «l
the c.a-, altlioncrh the\ i,a\e^ beell at
heavy lir-i e..t to it i"f it i:i\»lve
an e\pen-!\e plant- si'.Miini tii. -np-
plv irive
wile i her
ll.'t\e be
the e.
The ia.
'pre It in
am! pro-p
,t -loon il a 11 .•
-1 i(i 11
n\ r.al 'jfaiii would:
e
i
I it. Yet
xcitcni'i.t -preailino
rati (ia/'Me i- about to
i,,»v i11• ~ha i"• he condition
.. 1 i tie I liri' "i 1 and Lia
tile a eCM 111
1
,i, ,t th,-
i
11 e»
I
i e a e 1 1
k. a mi ii Mays
•w ii! i.ai-ii the cMiiir'try
111 tit/si' the per .pie it La to.
(anino- (ml I'iel
I I i a i r-
1
w
1 5
I'iter of ne i Ui iia e
We 1:111 1 e.'onimciiil ntir revlers tn u-e
Dr. Hull's Cough Syni]« in all cases ol
coughti, colds, elc.
1
«it iiHi
f.,r il! i u:i- Milt: i i i Ii ii i l!
von cotiiun limi lintin-inM'!^ cituiijili
in tin
1
army 1 kfi']» liini ami
a -hurt timr ln-fon- tlie (irlt\-btirir liirht
ii.- ui'.- I., tu. I"!' Ii:.- -:\l!t -n- h'.I.
II kickril a lilt U\ Ii»
i»!'-11V JTooil UM» of ii
..'I'-MU
-,f,U
k il, aiuinu
rwaril-, too.
tin*
-1..
I ,, I !l
i I n i s i a
ii• !'. i ':i.: r' :i!
U 1:1.•!, U ., a
[..- iiMirr: tor
|,
!.
'-lit
i ivcicn i uchl
ilo their
I heir iir.
i •.
I
ami onl\
Hick in-i-t•
war i'a
ul to
tenieir v\
ire w
rn.'vmav
1.111 ciiee i\
1
"1 I:-
•5'tier !••.k
•1 -A
woml.
the da\
e lie
'. in. .a r- w civ -iekening to
,e,l i eva -.. after awhile that
KiVderl ho vv.i- idin^ :-v and r.
marie .1 that I v.- p.in- after thai f, 1
i
U
Thi-. a e\ er\ .'lie kllcW. wa- a
prt tick I Hit.- piece Mf iHHUn—.
If,,, 'aii iii.irj:h it then ni rht. the
I -I i i n i 1 1 a n e v e y 1 i o
1 lie w heat that i 11 ii i a t. tile ].. .--ibilitV
i ,,f it i.eire ni.iv ed bv aininaii Hetn^.
the Johnnies would M'p.d tlm.ir lninket
and rille balls thronjrh ii in a wav that
made it verv niihe dihv any per-on
that mijrht b«' col" eah ,'ier.
'•Still I resolved t" chance it. and
ixettini:' d.evn on my hands and knees,
1 bc-an t.i worm my way through the
wheat in the dil'ecti"!! of the trroan. I
had rone lint a few yard-, however,
when 1 felt some ..m- ^ra-p ni.- I.v i:ie
1..0-, and 1 heard piek V nice:
•!,.,i ,k here. i|"r.' he -aid. vm
mtHt ti'l U" "'it Ii*'T.r im^hl e,t
killed, a lid we can't -pare v-.n: h-l me
.. -\\'h\ i dni't 1'eeeV e V re e-.rid
.'•ft 1 lie fi' Hi w ill hick." 1 replied. da- i
i»ribai'iv
hurl -o oad Liat he !ia- i«:
otild
earr.li id I doii
e
•-n-r\ .. i...u in thai v\a\ ami '. .il'onjrh
that wheat."
-Well, v.ei 'it.-: e-.mc back am! h-i
nie i!.' -aid 1 'e .. -I'M let o
11 I i a
IlLH
1 ll it eatl
lion w Ii
(he -t utV that wai
I I I
All I'M
aii pork, nam
olid food in the
•the
]nrp
•and it onie. So Ink-
il) jr oil 111 eav l'l. I a. I liai.d. ..
The
contains 1 per e.
ao ain would tri
1
l' !., ir'-j ii'ui ill.' '"v da u hi. ii hi. k
IC'Tfl
-urf 1
T.l na
run r.
1 Ui" iiieluelil
e (icttVsburo:
1 olouel, "and
111 v 1 ib.-erva
te pretty well
lite
-1
u 1 i n
u

HH'U of 1
.f :ncnt
J..!-:: II. He
tin-i:. and livinir
r, nit-n:
(I smlticnlv
Martii
I IT lie
hirh v.
•II tlunjj
lied tii
ift
mial'
k i'i" a *t« Hio
!:h«1 scat'ct'-
•ar l»y.
i
ml« i
i-xplodt'il,
u ithotn
iiT tiamao:i'
:. "til f«'\s wlioni-
jinihai•!» '--icaprt", i. o' it not
Martyr iiiat'Vf.loiis }t •-•i-vt-
A\ .-rajro' w^inh about rio-iit
Tin
.til
til'
jiniiiirl,
I
1
it hi' (O..) I.«':i'l«'t'.
Milk i»iil Mffgs f»»r i'ooii.
A'rijrh
1 .1(1 of
ban a
•jr«r at
11 mi-.
A
•jeers Ci 111 a i!:•- 111»!'«• ti tiri?»h-Hi''!
jioltml I: n -a' ami llt-rr
i went v-Iourcf'iits a ilozi'ti arcasi-c-onoiu
raI a tooil a^ iH't'lslcak at Mxtci'ti ci'n1 a
htc if no lli'h food that can
1„ -,-r\ i'«l ir -i' fii: pal:'!at''.' w a\ a
1!"!- I a-:l\ «1 1 :1 i 1 1 i') lal'tinf-.
be Isoilnl. poach
Pi I, scran.!
irii'tl. ami imulc into omelet-plain, ui
n5y...l w'«1» licl^bs or a!lcii mcal. al
ii-, In i arici m1 u a\
Tir,- Hi. iv
u iH i p.n.l
i'
i
-i n
i i i. i' -ic a
ICKt
nan
The
fainil\ iia\ r,
ucii iii
ilown
Dm
i i i a
111 11. 1 ji ke milk.
ii.Mil. coiitainino' a 1'
1'ot 11'
s: 111
iiiler
i i.,.
hit.
I
J!111 i. i 'l'cail ami iii c. Mki r\
:t la
cake.
T't• W 1
a
tu ii)
V
I 1 IS
wltl'll it
.•,-.. i.111\ ihc fanner'.-
1
hcin.-el\in tlir-ea\
.i !attrition** fo ni. K\ er
ice-hoiiH.
I
other
,11 111 l'lV-iTN w licll the_\
1
11a\ i".' k.a»t fairl\
!:1
laf if h«'\ arc nn!
cooi
111 111)111.
Oll
ir\. rt hem in:"
r-'i'- -npi'M-.,
111ai I u are in
Y la a! !'cailil\
-.il'al hy coajrula-
I
ni niri-luneii:. I
soft boili'il
a perfeci
lie c. u.^tituent.- ol
a raiv I'I I.I-! bact.
il' Ill'i e
Milk, like er^-. i- capabU' ol
o j- it ai' i'tv in the (•ookinir, anil milk
iiml cie.iiii" cMii-litnte a larji'e
[iroportion '»t ihe
especially in ihe
(lill«X». a i:
e ar
which erni pan
table enjov lne111
i econoniy for the
it i a! i at
-tint theniselve-
iir! i: it'lll life.
pivpa r.it'. i of pnd
.1 tie tiiaiiy «:. -lie-
able ael'CSsOI'ie
It i. tiverefoi'e. i»a»l
f: rmer""- f.-ttnilv to
:i milk, ereatn and
!:. 1 ir.: tin _v a re no!
i ne, oacoii are indeed,
11-1» of indiixestililit v.
diirest either, and
It takes live hour
only -t r'mj: -totna
The} ilM'.l id be n-•ed
than a rue lo
tner. a iiey ai e
eh- call
mor.-
..iiiblc in
i i i.-11
systen
about
about
--iinilat."
Kre-h no
per (a lit
vvhic'n
mam.
oii the far
e'. el'V VV
shot!Id 1'c remem
s rt'il hat
i- -imp
-e|-,e t!
of a:iv
i i LI'e-t i'
1 v thai portion
any to* 1
thuds of digestion
ml taken up by tin
i- largi'lvwater
ami that of egir
dvont thai of'blood
•e. IHT cent more,
e. i 111 a i 11- til!'
meat of the u\
bone, -o that tiii-
Ilia rkrt a '1
I icOfir
fullv up the
stanihird of h-an meat. The tact that
the fanner i- eonipeded to depend »o
larofelv tijioii sailed meats in suniHicr,
and the added fact* that milk, cream
and etrtr* are especially valuable in the
preparation ol -.di"d meai di-lie-,
render caretnl llrai^lit on the -ub-
jae! all the more iece-an
Mrs. C. Kello^. Kd^woud, C'al.,
pnjs: Red Star Comjii ire is the best
medicine she has ev. used for colds
for the children.
1'lIK Pl'tH-'
Minister ,f Kdneat i..n
ii -1 the a i u
i i 11 ot
i\ e.r.-.itu-s a- -t udciil
,,,_ ,..irly every on., p. ..,!-. to ii'-' uia
1 .tr i I if O
Venters inlo--a".' ', •liy
..II ioi tUoae who L..e.l I .ii.tln.j up.
l^^ as fc"7?
mr- A I
Pk» 8- y,
BtET TGMIi:
|.-rs had ii'.'"] ., v
Luck of
1 IIA» N(» I A1..
1 a
n'oiilv Iron Vied.. ai» tiiat is not injur. ou«.
e l-Jiirlrlu"* llu' ItlouM
1
Itrclores Appetite. A
K
N
I I O O
"it.d.^snot b|p. 1 .'•ii.i'.'et' .i-'Htb, cte-.-neaa
-111. o o u e 1 1.
Mf 4 Hiss. .. W.Hni'r Mom sivs 1" was
takrtho mudie.ine. One
rnal« a ^,.1.
bunted mo where the d,o-
a n
.|
rr.'S—d red
tine#
Cjenumeliasftbove 11 ,V r- M»d„ only by
n wrapper. InU'
1 1
1,1 Ti%iu»r vn
IMfOWN IIKM1C VL «».. It VM 1MOKI-. MP.
I»:\ If. 8»Tnrl wnrth ®l.®#
»'h. h^rse'b Writ#

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