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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, July 25, 1890, Image 3

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1 AK.MI.Nr, WORLD.
GROWING PIGS.
hl,
P'
JT.JUT IVfllllC.
i
ir
separate the breeding
tli,.
remainder of 1 hi- herd,
Ij.-nrv. "f tti'' Wisconsin ex
and give it dilTere.tit
I "ceiliitjj' sih"k should Ik?
»n jiiiMure as mmOi as
.riven every attention to
tin- animals natural and
'"i,] pnr|wi to which
i are intended must
.. fi w roil they are*
U.'h n well-grown eurcas* nf
,t p.minis fur a basis, hogs
for the general
j.ul !,. •, i Almost pxclu-i
th
a,iatn'
little ground
ol lier protein
is
tluMOVl !l Uiese
l,.vv li«
lM-
Hid ''or" .1 oulv
mi 'in' animals. On our WeM,
.-innl is the cheapest and labor
Miin^' we have. Tin' ln'g
n
lt
li.-hi or hint" ifrass
-i.j iiwlf. and nmki's a
,f.'nn' not a very fast otn'.
Iv nior profitable
ii entire it rain
•i n of grain «mii lx!
the iii
iuu«*..=
I
all
fi
I S.|l
"!o
pouti
fit add
jilico
luck a
or wi»
tot
s
I 01UH1
il, aii
k (if
add
'ill of
1
A Htii'iiofk CiXTfi.
Ijlyori'' can kilt burdocks with ti
mi.
t.. all burdocks. Set t:,
ihliii! .vii niches from in* bunl
if aliout :50 degrees fron. :.•
i w i e i e
dov\n fa' en »o cut oil tti«
TRIMMING A HEDC5E.
"I* an
tu ',«r« MIKI
DUST FOR POULTRY.
in slim as a Medium for racing i
ft..... !.
*1'V ll.itiSe ot
apil.al or in
tlx- time n'-ii
t!i
day a
their
by n
tory,
flit»11
i
can not lie over-part ietlhjj
]urk product. but must
mart-
points in the very
u' fi*J tojiiodui'o a laiLT'' p*r
HUM! inns!. to In' i.t'ofit
i' i-r \v i "r cfen
ii .'ti! iirtr.*s. A -nsfrimi
rki -.\: •. soon pa•. :..s diffpr
r: v anitual r'-tjiiiri' a ci-r-ta.ii
food for its inainti'iiiitH'*'
no t-sct-p*ion. and iti
!.o- ld n-nn'iiibcr lie i*
D*n bodily wants 1 ir
av oil t'.csli aftcrward. A
.i 'fill appctiM' and inunens'
powi-rs. it is Urn height i
'to i.. i tlic on part rations. i
|p saiislh'd. tjuirt bog that brinj*
iv to 11:»* owner. Thi1 best jjr iii:
:ru.-ii !,o js o anxious at im-al tin
II,fir ti'.-d tliat tiiey show tln-ir
iv a: p'-tili by sjiic ilin^r. 1 do not
IVI N '.lie practice of keeping feod
W the hoi,'-, at all tjJU*•
day
li
1
«('ii.'iK shown in cut. 11 is inaib1 i
hlackstiiith, li-^irij.' thai o
li t'-!:aii'I!e which hits been so lon^ in ma
Ii w.iy under (Iu-. wooilshed, and it nca
jifll1 nf oiil wu^ou-sprin"'. t'i- o!r thi'
Milf yis :tl«»\•« tin* iron strops of i
ill atui band the end: then
tb« It ^-ht inches of fi- old sprr
Hi i •strong shank about a (.
•i -»r: \this into the. liandi" ji
ll(fp the blade weld the V
tb(- righ.t hand sidf-, i. v
fail tins instrument ii• t:." i- .1
wl11, !,.• toot, and you liave a i
artier tna: is ,-ure death, if
if' »lie hiirdiwk by the Jiiiiel
I
n
Trailt moiit
I lie Urnt
Tiiik*
Co Trio..
We are asked, says Western l!ur ii, by
•1 pondent. when is the best time
'a. a hedge? It probaply does not
iiiiicli ditference when it, is done,
h.ive trimmed red e.edar at all
without any ill effect But
'.a the best timo for trimming.'
I
:ue
sap starts. It is the fu*i,o»\,
to propagate the junnipers
the, red cedar is one from
u /rowing wood taken otT in the
i-art of the siiiiimcr, which would
•i''' that such .surgery is not haim
'hat time: and what trimming
l.nary hedgo would reijuire would
-evero enough to do barm at any
Some hedges, however, are not
'•a: They have been so carelessly
at they arc "a sight, to behold,"
!ii
a vast deal of butchering io
:ieui into any sort, of shape.
in evergreen hedge is one of the
'I things that can be used for or
u'ai purposes about the home, if it
t"Tlv kept, if it is not so kept, it
the worst looking thing, being
ii iv :ll_T
e in th'
at if 1
ry to
Silld pb
mid .1.
II
try business,
h:ivi a place
niiflit out o1
corn for fi
enough, ami
iiicy l.y ge
have been 1
room in the
the greatest
rionltrv busi
L'VE
ft"':,
and (tie work for thai bun!
This ins:ruruent and pro,.
s'ti"
roots below the crown, and
.1 not sprout again but. if the root
i above tlie crown lor black
t»e plant will throw .». u.-w
s or suckers and go to 1
year. 1 liiul that if cut ,n
"d no salt is needed. Asthehur
iii.ini, is a biennial, and as the *,i'fd
ia.s e, the spring after growth, two
of clean work in removing the
"ill thoroughly eradicate them.
"t. is, not to let any go to sei-.l
•*o '.ears, and they will, perfo.-o.
o -Charles C'.iuch, in t'oum:\
shoeing colts especntr.
hie care mi:**, be taken to
i-ooeri -. considerable in,
rwar-ls may b.
ai'ie car
done Jhi
i overcoi::".
1 Twosi -1''
the live s'.'.'A A
hn'i-de rs at. a
11
*1 '1
with the growth of
under
'J'tn.
nd I
n_r
-.ng
.nsider
,e work
H* prizes at
lirs are he
r.
to in
1:
a:" '-'a.- 1'
birth uftrt) maturity
MISK THE
:«i
pedigree as w.-il its no
I i tie fore breeding voitr mare. S..n o
.'v, nlav, with good treatment., pre
si'Ut. ii unit'li
their real val'
'Vltt I!''" IS
)i »n
,? idvau't:t-*e n.
differeut
"farmer is workini-'
t'iironit'le'H lierlin 'or-
th.
V i,,„i that »erniativ '.s not
indisposed to relax the prohibit,on of
American pork, on condition that the
in fed State.-, ajj'ees to a c, noes,ion ill
regard to Herman imports.
Tru HK are two objl'CiJ
racks for hay in profereno'
one is the liability of th
ting seed-* of various kind
and ti i-
)He
V exceeded in bad looks by a rag
"jkmg woodpile. An evergreen
s" imling by itself may be neglect
ud still look very well. Hut not so
iivergrocns in a hedge. They
e trained if we would have them
•i: beautiful. 11 is of ten a source of
to us that more farm homes are
"iorned with such things as ever
hedges. They cost but little.
in money or time, and as we said
ly in regard to shade trees, they
•'••e the value of the property —in*
it pretty nearly as much as good
l• ns* do. lied cedar makes a very
hedge. As a tree it is a very
rower but. an is well known, pro
a wood that is very durable. I pon
uils their growth is distressingly
A red c«dar tree fifty years old
,(,en
known to measure not more
hree inches in diameter, "ut on
they do be 11 r.
hy Isaac llicl.- A S«.n
lumber wag-m 'o tn
is made, of Iron.
JZ.
•k get-
t?'"
then, in put'itig :.a. in-o
a fork.
Wlu'»'l-H",i*e-
At Fig- i we show a ul
ry s'iori. it
-fourth of an
KKi. 1.
inch thick, and in ,ha).e 'n£
er of a hollow sphere, with a l.« nj.
eolitainitig liol.-lodes for fasten,ngt o
u v Witti tins Uvtav nt,
w i i i- n s
a
loniT-geared iumiar wa^n call b.
turned r.earV
as
A A I 'CKL r.
I.Li
ntti ^hai
'h- rutf
i a a i U
i .-ii-,-e cha
utile law
That demand tiif
spj.t frr'uiitini of triifttc
the pn
maintr-ruuH
law. tl.^ pn
frru n tuw' am! Uit* Jaw for ihut •.
Iri
RRW\UN\
i nd
if
V.
by tbfc St./*- .•
wh*-r*- th»- prtultio^r .-
I??
W
a spec al Mil.
i. her restitutions fav« v
of mort^a^ro ind*hli*n:•«' 'r-'-s
iip«»n rraltv the? rt
it*
VAI
'*n iixiii'
-tf is1
im lll-ap
.f f.'C.l
U •!,*« v. of tb(J I'urr*", v
v lam
prot'«mtion
of
4-
of vvutt-r^
tl raliun syste
II
of vol in if
-late, election by the Jn'op.
States Sen:,
-iiners, T^roh)1
•i' of children
'he mir«.
•i'id Kai
the
15 ie.r
fr."
the
ons oj -.i'
i .... .o tranj
'i rialiiieu
:ha? thP assii!
^uprotnu Coin
•n'd' )oi.
nabrJg"
v1
i
After pro\
r» M. Of-r.v
Htsx-k amt Hoe
jmp»*r. for the
not if mi p.
pro"'-':
.e best.
A i
,•'.. i:ird each of c.'-n.
i'v is. "s a good rat ion of
ains a little hay
should be iuldea.
oats an..
grain for
or routrhm
v'a
-i. meiia' v
-of ti,-- 1
with danger t^ u--an
of iovernmen
an executive eorumnV'e by tne
man of the convention the first
i.'ul convention of the Jarnters
.• nd iiibor organi/,,i i: of
ne-of ad ion red »tm- tlM
pent
A1H
hctni the '"r of Fnr:i.
\Iiftueapo
1 is agricultural
n years, lie has
li'tlvw- tluriBK his life iu
MiiiiifMita as,- tim n«t s«fk tiie nomination
i.iv.
I,a^ VO'.IHI
tia- UI-P
.BLN'an
tUUel tu the
past.
i n lurrett. the nominee for L-.e'itenant
i... i a practical torincr near llnwii's
v.. Jle owns stmut Su.iwi acres of wh ut
Pi- :i T-raver-m *»»i Hie Stone counties Hp
iiisn tfi' l»r.a-,it »uin nimiince for -Jjienteii
H, w i- •••fore KctuiMi-
ant-tiox
can,
\V--'-M" i• i- e ,i*-for Secretary of
Stat*, w the editor
ot a
.-".cmnJinnvian paper at
Imlutb. He ha.- always been a HcpMb'.ican,
Kno Matthisnii, named fur Trea-urer. is
t'mraty treasurer of La.- jui Parle t'ountv, an
o:V.c- he ha- tilled for tioi cars He 14 an en
thu-iastU' alliance man. but holds his office as
a Kt-puMicasi. I
.1 M. Itiii'linpaTne. the nominee for Attorney
e:cncrat. is a iawyref consideralde reputation i
o sKheut the State. He has given bwt little
litfii'i"!! to put.tics ui recent years, tint lias
hffii a Hep'tliiicar..
1
I'. H. lii.hihy, the cjindidute for Auditor, is a
luree f-iuii'-i in Waba-ha i"."ii)ty lie hastate ti
much inte.re-t. in ,i*c a^airs and has often
linen chosen to rej.re^ent, his county iu the
l.i.wrr liei-.-e of he l,r fi-iat lire. He ha- aJ
-wavs beena tleniecrat.
K. W. Kofaiers, the nominee, for clerk of the
Supreme Court, is clerk of
County. He is a Democrat,
An 1 lev liter Iturin'il.
'KAWi-it:isvii.i.t, Iml.. duly li. —'Tho
n.-w elevator of Messrs. Crahb & lley
nolds in this city was burned to tho
ground Friday morning. It contained
from r..(HU) to 7,UU0 bushels of new
wheat, which was destroyed. The
building cost Ss.fMXi: insurance. 0
on building and machinery and S.'MMO
oil the who,it The fire is supposed to
have eaugh: from a hot-box in the
elevator.
Mill* Hoyeotled.
)'w:i- 111.. July l'.i. In April the dif
®rent mills of l'aris and lieJman agreed
riot to take wheat 011 deposit unless at
the market price and drawn out at. mar
ket price. The Farmers' Mutual lieno
tit. Association of Kdgar County met
hero Friday and adopted resolution#
boycotting all of these mills.
CitAi'NCi-.v ll TKW was called upon r
.en11v by a middle-aged lady who was
|.. jg'hted hy his urbanity that she im
»)!..sively kissed him when she arose to
ase. A reporter who wiuiessed the
list '.irbanci* aske.,1 Mr. Dope* whether
M-.js
small a
liMit-try: iu fact, in the si'1
&5TXt.T .1"
dt-vice. -liui al New \ot-kcs.
used to that sort of thing, and
•pened in
School of
(la., was
president,
its !irst
i:
ved
en-
iuia 1.
man wl
in is U
vioo-
he 1 ii
the lvl
Vmub
1 n i.x ftrd uiiU
Margaret .loin
soeje'les are
v 1 «ied hy the tienerai isyne i n
k-.
tho purpose of supplying )., .•
.ries for the ever-growing 1
'-elation of the West and S.
v..- There is now a goodly mn..'• ,
.• men in preparation foi ,e
lninistry
(ietll ,'e U
v.-ot
of A (, 1
lately fi.w le.eoo to tf.e l.-. ..^,r 1
t-.ale Jsemiuar v. i.ieh was founded
i.boi.t :i year .-.••• Iwenty-fivo tliou
san.i deliars of /ift will be spent on
huildiiiur and grounds, and Sl.'i.tHJii to en
dow scholarships, 'i'iie First and Seo
'tid I'resbv terian ('hurciies of Atlanta
v... endow a chair.
t: Knglish bishop late.v l,iin."l
a .. gentleman as deac. :i i
it necessary to send for the cle.rgvman
who had recommended him. "What
may your lordship want with me'.'" "I
wish, sir, to speak about that young
man'.'" "What young man, your lord
ship'.'" "The young man. sir, whom I
ordained. I want you to keep him in
cheek. I had great diflicuity. sir. in
keeping him from examining me."—
Texas Niftings
The Tniv of Moscow re v
celebrate.! it.i hundred and 1
lift ti anniversary. Its teaching foreo
Consists of bH regular professors and s5
priva'e 111-t r. ctors the number of -in
dents is H.sn:,. The Mini-ter of Insir
ti"ii has in recent yi ars nle several ef
forts b'ssf-n the attendance at this
and I: s-:an universities, :t
larly l-'op.ng itwav the po 1
lius.-,] .. U.11, the Jirofessiotis ar
crowded, t)n« of the latest orders is,
thar the son-of coitchmen and w a-her
wi.nien -.hall not be admitted to any of
the higher grades of schools. Another
order is that only a certain percentage
r' "he total number of students can bo
.lews
An Knpmy witli the Ilheiimati-m
May In safely pooli-poolie.l. He is seldom
active Look out tor him, though, when
he has used Hosteller"}. Stomach Ji.t
(ers for a while, tor ten chances to one
that beneficent restorative will make him i
well enough to come (town upon you like
a thousand of bricks when you lea-1 ex
poet it. Dyspepsia, constipation, neuralgia,
k 'dney complaint,•» and malarial maladies are
among the bodily ufllictioM completely
••knocked out" iiy the liillers.
A
qVKRH
thin!! alieut. a strike is that it al'
ways comes to *11 end as soon us 11 iretn into
working order. —Hin^liaiiipum Itepijblicua.
Are Vou een^ Went?
(\iniO to
hhtftu.
Soon he a State. Sure
crops Big pi ii cs. I- i.'i.l crops tir.ng t'-5 p.-r
acre. Free raugc lor stock. re«- O"
HAVE ymi e\-er
•vrrntornt
/.•IIKI, Best society schools, churches. Cheap
Harvest Kxeursious. a:i i-oads For iliii*
trated pamphlets, rates, ete wriU' to Board
of Trade, Boise City. Idaho,
Tu* ancient Greeks always marched to
battle singing a ti, mn. It was their fight
lug chants.- BiiiffljampToii Republican.
Confirmed.
The favorable impression produced on the
first appearance nl the agreeable liquid Iruit
remedy Syrup of Figs a few vars ugo has
been more than eonlirmed hy the pleasant
experience of ail who have used it., and tho
success ol tin- proprietors and inautllactur
ers the (Jaliloruia Fig Syrup Company.
JIK
rr ur
mat) wtio fiinis music in a clariiim
doul'tlesH of tlm "i"'in.•" thut Apollo wits
tootle ary ii:vur.tj U
HMIUIIK-UIO
Pu#t
tr rti
i
he replied: "It is one of tho regular
rules ot tiie oiliee."
Mt'.s IlAittitt.i ni-.n siowr. at 7^
ve.'.rs is in the same feeble s'ate of mind
.,nd body that she has been in f"t two
years, past. Sho spends mu-'h of lntr
'ime in the ojien ii", and is carefully
watched over by her daughter* at her
Hartford homo.
i s K i o i-
S.i.i|t It den't eest. imieh tor you to jf*'1
,'f.rr of your ijroee
it is ira if by
lor yourselt \v!:y
niter VM yem's sl.e«t.
lei linitatiou. There
r-
sale. He sure to
are lots of theuL
HE
man who
KEOJ.s
fettinK
DEEPER
deeper in debt is i.uturall.v piTKen
A
CHICAGO
bell cord I
I A SAI.I.IIW
skiii a.-quires a healthy elear-
ne-1* bv *he use of IHenn's SuSpluir Soap.
Hill's Hair ami U'l.i-k"i- ]i-,e, fr) rents.
A
MM
i io\v s Is a man's tdven name, sug
gpstive of an luterro^ation poiut, anu the
proper response frequeuUy ia "1 ua."
Thd^R who wi-li
fthonld buy Cartel
Forty pills in a %-ia!
HIS
HE
1
OONTKART
to practiee eeonomy
s I.-'tile Liver fills,
only one piii a dose. I
man who is trying to climb up finds
lnfs ot heels above linu and lots of iista be
hind him. Atchison (jiobe. i
i
ALL'S ATAKKK TKK
7
laiKJ
deluded flu- M.ii.ippy victim of
catarrh in th• 1. id. lie's been
t. !d that it ean't le cured. Don't
HI believe it. It can be, and it
is—no matter how bad or of how
loti'jj ntand:n*. It lias been done
fur thoiis.ind.s by Dr. Safe's (,'a
irrli lu'incdy. Other s«»-ea\led
ii'tncdies may for a time
his vim s for all time. 1 »y iff mild,
soothing, eleatisitir and healing
properties, it eotnjuers the worst
eases. Its makers oiTer, in good
faith, a reward of for a ease
catarrh which they eannot cure.
They are able to pay it. Are von
able to take it,?
The symptoms of catarrh ar.-,
headache, ol.stnietiou of ii"se, dis
charoes falling into throat, (some
times profuse, watery, and acrid, at
sive eves weak, rinjrinir in ears,
deafness off. iisive breath smell
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to be present at
.nee. Thousands of cases termi
nate in Consumption and end in tho
grave, without ever havinj* mani
fested all these symptoms. Dr.
Safe's Remedy cures tho worst
cases. 50 cents, by druggists.
When the I.ivrr is rrowded or dotted
with a mwi .1 i-Tiv'tritir*, it«. a li.in
becomes slow and difficult. I'leurisy^
ilcathi. lic, J'am in 5iue, '1'iretl 1-eel
i ami Cici.rral \Veakncss CDiJCI,
rcsjjltinp, if .."i-herked, a
OrXlolane'ssliver Pills
I'ilt&hurtfh, lii'wurc
fciu ui^4c in i-vuis.
mt?
pr*'ut
Xo Chemicals
in
il» f' t|
1*
FOOD
ot mo
re
owes tendencies tViiHiiiii^tuii fust. i
IF you are tired taking the lurjre old fash
ioned urip iijr piH*. try .'arter's Little Liver
lJilisand take seme ciiiiiturt,. A man eun't
stuud ever tiling One pill a dose. 1 ry tliexii.
doctor navs railroad eonduct-
.-rs are liable to an une.'tiuii of tti6 tiptuaJ
cord. Doesn 't lie iiie:in
i« a li'ioid and is
I taken internal: !Soli by iruggists, 75c.
Chinese carry their devils with them
i wherever they go They ara great Imp
porters.—Texata Si/tings.
HHOSHUTIS i* cured by freijuent suiull
doses of l'iso's Cure for Consumption
to some people's supposition,
I coal oil is not found in quartz.—'Terre Haute
i Express.
KAUI.T to bed and early to rtSO—Southern
I fegetables.—The Jester.
OF THE HIGHEST GRUOE
PHOMPTLY EXECUTED BY
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co.
We otter to our Customers and The Trads
generally the mast satisfactory work possible
in these branches. Our tacilities enable us
to turn out work very rapidly. It you desire
to release your type on some large job, send
it to us 'or either stereotyping or electrotyp
Ing. and it will be returned to you promptly
and in good order.
We make a specialty of Newspaper Head
ings and Cuts, and have the largest assort
ment in these lines to be found anywhere in
M*tm from which to select.
o
U.
tlif 1 uiof Smiths Hii«.
rtuhily uii
ks ami coti. I buvc ^river,
ti
W. ,J. (. A ji 1 vv ki.L. Irpmhii
Try BIliE BEANS SMALL" 401tttle
beans in each bottle Very small
easy to take. Price of either size, 2Hc.
BUY or YOUB, DRUGGIST.
GOLD Mi,DAI,,
YkKli,
t*
otiotmraU fftaa on#
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CAPILLINE
Ch* «•&] Of
to or j?rav. Warrantt*'l t«» jr»-v*.-nt or
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vvt-ry
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ft
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BR S. AO slfcFI-tOS N ST., MFMPMIS, TENN.
74 TO Sb EAS STM STREET, ST. PAUL, MINN
Ask Him! Who?
JONES OF BiNGHAMTON,
BINGHAM TON, N. Y.
What? Why on Scales
He Pays the Freight."
DEPENDENT PENSION BILL
SIIHII
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PENSION
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Not to S6Tllt
Not to Discolor!
BEARS THIS MARK.
TRADE
MARK.
NEEDS MO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.

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