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Sp£ SOUTIl DAKOTA. ash., c" Ana(„. "(ileal swelled tinished 11'is in, ,. H'zes, UH*J li0Ur 8 er ln u to ,u I (cm State. »l oref I be ix on, tiit Prom nil arid orm, .Toll of Vermillion h:is :ic ,,' an loviiatioii a deliver an nd 1 i vv i(jt it'Huron on Memorial day. vlis- *M:ii Igh S. Moal and Miss* Sylva k»Mhbutn. y, prominent younj people, were A" '-d at St. Lawrence. Voss of Ree Heights was plncod at Miller for attempting to slioot iainey. '"U., ij, iu. I'at,.,' lonoer j' u. Merta of Eureka killed his jid then himself. He was prob tisane. issionary convention of the Nor- l)a "c wh. I'ar'«in Lutheran church was held at een. Quite a delegation of iiiin- w.q lr»' •uuuinj ,,."and others were iu attendance, 'iiachin,. kmen *n «J:lkson county held a rem,v *or I,UI'1)I1SC fixing on wo^ ^'farai' 18 for each scalp brought in. or sj( i! oung man named liarnhart at suicide at Aberdeen by cut is throat. lie intlieted seven.' out .tal injuries on himself. He was udent over love affairs, 600 extra cots and e.v.sive s..'ed rVHTTC Wave 'cipants. G. Clarence Nichols of Mound Thb! S. D., and Miss Eva'Burnett of Wired iter.'1" Falls, Wis., met by arrange arrh tb«* Aberdeen and were married rrhCure 'lev. J. S. Akers. They then pro 1'rops l,ed to their home in Mound City, eil, havet^Q information furnished States *„fieu*' /mey Frederick, the drug stores of ur/Ji/jbSn-n Johns"-n and ltelniond & Fita iwiebTtiH Id, at.Miller, were closed, for vio Whuleiajig the prohibitory law. A la'-ge unt of liquor was confiscated by & Maevi? sheriff. Is tsk« y :he blooduor •emo id on & j's ingkcnS 6 ne' a It was voted IhmIs have lecured for the accoimnodation of owd that will be at Huron al the KAHLi,Jlican state convention on the Earliet :nst* r's ne* tell Harris of Frederick, Brown \\r0Tu y enjoys the unique distinction of I the only colored man in South ta who holds an office. He was pro:^tly elected constable. jers El" ing to the recent hoary fall of Is. sold i: on the range near Chamberlain That jrand wolf hunt which was U started from Maupiu's ranch on 0th inst. has been postponed. !l rat thi* im vn„ i elevator belonging to A. E. West irora was burned on the night of ins and .-th about midnight. The building, Lat iinery and 0,xx bushels of grain rry, Gia: juoss, $3,GOO insurance, $2,1200. seed c. Jge B. M. lirisbine. who has had of the state census bureau, and ••rpretf! ident of Dakota for thirty years, soin, my married at Yankton to Mrs. Annie imbs IV ett of Volin- The judge has grand- ., ren who are of age. Alslpof Grand Forks has made *. orough tesi of clay found near ®'"tlwn, and has pronounced it a su •r article for brick-making, it is who had wm 0pea mean,, a yard in the ,/S the declamatory contest at the ereity at Vermillion, George Fry, mt pi the late United States Marshal Mm won ®TS* place and Mi s Helen second. In all there were nine ShaiTC. who has Ix^n city ol (reme Dead wood Pioneer for [cm. Fre® months paRt, has purchased the •uggiste Iirests of M. I'otter in the Spear Register, and will become identi 25c- with its management some time month. ldge Plowman, holding court in vrence county,-denied the motion of ujwuwd.^y trial in tli«» *ase of the State vs. ridson, found guilty of the murder ice in Orlando Gil's, a wealthy cattleman, [**oib. sentenced to life imprisonment. rt case will be appealed to the state f,ave court on a writ of error. lie id»ai*' reunion of Scottish Rite Masons luornisfl be held iu Aberdeen, beginning weresy 18, at wliich time all the degrees I be conferred from the fourth to thirty-ee ond. The meeting will highly important, ai.d will attract ns from all over the immediate western stales. Brule county conv«• is 5 ji held at Olball authorized W. T. LaFollette select delegates to the state eoitven ring.cli® at Huron on Mareh 2-". and in mlgtioaiUCted them to use all honorable 11^' rMi.&nB to nominate him to to the St. uis convention as a national dele te. "rom all indications. i!»» wheat acre of Brown county will, the coming ison, far exceed that of any previous since issu. Many farmers who |re left the state to seek more con ial climes are now returning, and 11 put Into wheat all the land thej n spare. ifving tChe jury in the Charles A.vers crim ,n(j recftl seduction case, on trial in the cir- n t0 jit court at Huron, returned a verdict ,Si guilty, much to the siitisfai-tion of j'ersp'0 |,ni)]jt. Tl:« ease was re yititer, jtiug jn extreme, the worst hpsyw' own in criminal annals here. laicJi-^on Btirnby of Huron has gone to Plicago to take a special curse of ^Udy, with a view to entering the gov I Vpim^nt Weather service. He was in I I |e office for three or four years, and. I 'few days since, passed a very rigid Aminatfon as meteorological observ e to l^* v,. ,loodpit t3oy. 81ieldon Ins a pointed, as mem ryflW Of the board of regents. E. T. leldon of St. Lawrence. Hand coun dJBfgrounds r|l|rOTlslon ij.,i(. the present treas- (d Of the board, whose term lias e\ xxi'^Wd. and A. B. Smedley of Milhank, offerimrant county, who is appointed to ieceed himself. fhe committee on public buildings id gave a hearing to Con *iwniin Piekler on his bill afpropri $150,(K«) for the public building ,ji Dfcadwood, S. D. lie urged that I should be made in such to accommidate Uie assay •_ for th«' convenience of the Ulack Oo-^UIO rejflon, which, he said, last year XMHieed over $5,000,000 of golfl. nt Clare Johnson, a pioneer settler ©f •wb county, left, about a. xfiftr ago witn a eotony of several families to locate in Wyoming. They were not welt pleased and continued on until half a dozen or more states had been visit ed. They finally decided South Dakota was as good as any of them, and have returned. At Yankton the livery barn belong ing to Albert Coacher was totally de stroyed by fire, .tud ten horses per ished. Total loss, $l*"^.(Ni0, only par tially covered by insurance. The building was the property of Mrs. E. Walters of Syracuse, N. Y. Jvoss on building, $1,000 no insurance. The or igin of the tire is unknown. The Democratic state convention for the nomination of delegates to the na tional convention has been called to be held at Alerdeen May 20. The sec ond convention for the nomination of candidates for mate offices will be held in Dead wood. A committee of the W. C. T. l\ of Pierre, visited all the saloons and houses of ill-fame, and served not«*es on them to close their doors and quit business in that city. They went be fore Stales Attorney Holmes to tile complaints against the parties, and were informed by that otli. ial that the complaint must be made by property owners. As they failed to tind a prop erty-owner who would proceed, the sa loons are yet running and undisti :l»cd. The resignation of M. 11. Rowley of Chamberlain as receiver of the Illaek Hills National bank has been accepted by the comptroller of the currency, but will not take effect until the close of the present quarter. In the interest of economy .the comptroller has decided to consolidate the receivership of the First National bank of Hot Springs with the Hlaek ilills National bank, and Thomas E. Mackinlay. at present receiver of the former, will, after the 1st of April, have charge of the busi ness of both banks. Matters regarding Indian payments are at a standstill. Much discontent is prevalent among the Indians, and the recent colli weather Ikis entailed much suffering. Many believe the de lay was caused by the white traders on Hie reservation, who desire to extend their credit with the Indians and also that payments occur in warm weather, thus affording a ln'tter chance for making collections. Another class which always congregate ainuit the agency at such times are horse traders, boodlers. etc. The Indians need the money and ought receive it at once, regardless of the wish of any one who hopes* u profit by the delay of the pay ment. IRRIGATION'. n m11 hp»kupcrop the F. Ifmiter'a Atltlro** Hfhfe ltodtield Convrntlot. The following is an extract from ah interesting and practical address de livered by Hon. II. V. Hunter lelore the nnvnt irrigation convention rft Red field. He said: "lr spt-Mking on 'bis subtrrt, I will confine my Wlf lO tllV IVSMlltH «tlRUIM*4 l** tt)l Illltlt'T fv lZ'T fami at Mellette Ak ntost of you art- aw uv, we ciuilu'ti'ii uq ciperinn'iitMl station tl'oro I tiring the |ast ticjtuun with ni.»si sutlsfm-tory result fact, »p v,*ro s'iriirisoU at Uic cceu of the rsjK'riinout. ^V» find ti'ttt :i!l khtl of gi-.iinj", v4-» otalilts. crassK'.s and foraRc plants tiw:all,v imwu t» 1'liuois. Iowa, Wiwunsiii or Miiii'i'suil.i urn be Rixiwa must sncci'ssiully hew. With irrif-iititm «o arc pure of as luiyv a crop e'-iry jt iir :is tlicy uif hi tltoir bfSt scasin, u 1 I fiu'il "in traveling' through thew mutes tha they have tlieir jxior years tis well as ikota Tne li ml uhi^l fur tbe fii^rinicnt has not irri gitU(1 ,••!n-» i\te fall of lMfl, and lias n taiiUHl li'mij- of iti'iisture Bime, thus showing tliat .t is |K.r«lblo to grow two good rrot-S with one ippli r.ition of water. This is wheri- wp have a great advantage over xiuitrios when- thr.v have to irri gate sevtral titiMs iv-M-h season. Our Mack town and clay sulmoil lm'ils the ni.-isdiiv a long time, as we have no sul dr.cnage and «*ir evii(«»ni!ing ses sou Is short. One ptoce of land Irrigated la tlie fall of 1M»3 pnuiiiced bushels of oats !n 1M»4. and 1 bushels of wheat in 1 !•',» "». Iist fall it plowed nico and moist, and I cxp-'et will grow a 1 of po'atm's in IMMi witiiout irri gating. The fut is, if vvc have any moisluft: in our suliMiil, we have rain enough to grow a crop ev«s-y jear. The result of irrigation the p:«st season wan 34 bushel* of wheat, per acre, 7Mti Inishels of oals. ^Ilo IhisIk-1s ol |Mitato«8, It tuns of luillet. Virn yielded mil.v ttl lmsh« W. as w» were late in itlant ing and most if it got frosted early In the fall. I ^(irrigated vvhoat ,vie!d« 12 hiudiv•!«. oids kt) Imsliels, eorii 10 bushels, millet one-halt' ton, Jo latfX's 50 iHishelji. The l.ii'K^ yield of wheat ai the t'urui was t»v,sh Is in the ai re in lMCi. it iH'iiig irrigatefi j'liout the time it U-gaii t» lie .d. The smalifst yield was 114 bushels in l.MCt, on land irrieiled in the fall of 1NJH. Oats i«i 1hi« farm in iv.it av'ra«el (¥1 bushels jKr acre from fall irrigation, hi Nft they were irrigate! l.iring ihe giiinutg tseason and averaged Imslu'ls. 1 believf that the yield of bolh wheat uud oats would have been larger if we had used 1 ',j buslii Is of wheat and 2% bushels of oats. The lies! result*! Were obtained from (lotatoes hj irrii:ai ing them when in blosseiu. Water should be run between Ihe rown ami not allowoil to git ujwm tiie vinev. i'liey should b«- '-ult ivatcil as soon as |Kissihle after apply'nir the water to prevent the laiul from iuking. As irrigation pro longs their growth, late varieties should be planted early to mature before the fall frosts. The same conditions apply to corn. It should not be irrigated late in the season ami earlv va rieties should be used. 1 believe in fall irriga tion for grain, or after it Is up high enough to shade the ground. Potatoes, corn and all hoed •rops sliouid te Irrigated during the growing sea •on and then cultivated. Deep plowing brings l».~t results. Irrigation is no longer an eijierirnent in South Dakota. Our farm of 800 areres will pay per cent on a valuation of per aire It more Ihan paid it the jmst season. Tell dollars per acre will put our prairie lands under a most eom (ik'te system of irrigation. There is more watvt" In South Dakota today than there are farmers who know how to use it. and many will fail to spread the water over mm land ihe tlrst year. They must not l»e discouraged. My advice is to build n good reservoir first, then make dit lies as needed. Arrange cropx to al'voys have l-.nd to use the water on. Keep the veil going uigat and (lay. Every time you have a good head el water in Ihe reservoir spread it on the land don't p..y any attention to rains. Do not irrigate the same piece of land twice until J'ou have gone over your v. hole farm. After you have irrigated a field rince it 1s much easier to do so the si^-end time, because you know how to handle the water and the land does not mpiire as niueb. Do iot fv to spread the water unless you have a good is'in pljr in the reservoir to work with. Make a large i,rning in the ditch and nmh the water iner ihe Held. Ttits is the secret of successful irrigiitior (fl level land. free SiM't-r Drmocrati. Lansing. Mich.. March 14.—A new political jtaity known as "the tree silver Democratic ltarty of Michigan" was organized here this afternoon at a conference of some twenty-tive free silver Democrats representing various sections of the state. Lumnnt Im Sentenced. West Superior. Wis., March H-~ Henry Lainont was shis morning sen tenced to life iinprisonnient for the ci line, the laws of Wisconsin not r«o ognizing hanging. Awarded Highest Honor.-, ^'orld's Fair, W: 9 w- & CREAM MOST PHRFHCT MADE. A pure Giape Cseam of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any ctVr adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. I'rovt'd by History. Yeast -1 see ihe re is another priz I fight in the wind. CrimsonlK?ak—-Yes I guees it will stay there.—Yonkers (N. Y 1 States man. Don't lie Too l*ate for tbe Steamer Ami tlon't mnit when ymi are packing nj vmit offwts projiaratt.ry ffr t.li" voyajro. to liH-iude anions fheni a supply of HostetterV Stomaoh Hitters, the ^rvat remedy for son Birkness. Travoler« for pleasure 01 brsines*. seekiny: foreign -]ii!ies, er whe )i«-fniMte by so^tiihoat er train. besid«— yachtsnMMi and mariners, testify to tie remedial and preventive efficacy of the hil ters. whieh in iiHuniparabte, for nauseii headache, dyspejisin, hlliotiPm*®, riieunw. tlsni, nrv.»u.s and kidmy trouble. The I.esner ETII. fhunK Doesn't a "new woman make you feel fairly mad? tjuiverful Ycp: lent she's not so had as a new baby.—Oakland (Oal.) Tinier. TTHIEKE Dll YOU GET THIS COFFEE? Had the Ladies' Aid Society of 0111 Church out for tea. forty of them, and all pronounced the German Coffeeberry equal to Rio! Salter's catalogue tells you all about it! 35 packages Earliest vegetable seeds $1.00 post paid. If yon will cut thli ont und »*nd with 15c. stamps to John A. Salzcr Seed Co LkI Crosse, Wis., you will get free a package of above great coffee seed and our 148 page catalogue! Catalogue alone BE. Mister—Oh. flcar. I 1 cfmld st i hold of sonif hisouits iikt* mother usotl to rvike for rm'. Missus—-And I Avisih I could pet floiiic I poml clot 1 u*s liko fsit tier wskm! t.® Imiv I for aie.—Indi:ma|Kli-s A 44 To Juurnal. I.OOO KHrmm for Snip Only 10 iM*r ffiii tsish ltjilsince one hnlt Crop oat Yosir or 1 iiststlniont plan. ,1. A Walters. 10J) 4'h. St.. S». Miiiii*:i|K)li» Minn. Ontilono. "Anything new at tho seance/" KrUrlais wns thcro, swoiirin,: horribly Ikh\-iusc his ljiur«'l wroath had boon stol«n by Tlioma.s Hardy."--Chi t'ii^K liooiird. nnnFoR YEAR AGO THE CHICAC-O RECORD AND ITS PUBLICATION WILL BEGIN IN THE CHICAGO RECORD ON .MARCH 23, nnd the reader from whom TFIK I1ITORD receive* the most complete and correct solution in all its de tail* of the entire mystery of the story, an it Hliail disclosed In lie last chaptcr when published...... f] ,000 For the second best solution.. 500 F«»r the third best solution 300 For the fourth best solution UOO For the next ft neare»t best solution*, SlOO each 500 For the next IO nearest, best solutions, 50 each COO For the next SO nearest, best solutions, 35 each 500 For the next 50 nearest best solutions, 20 each I.OOO For the next tt»0 nearest best solution!), IO each...., £.000 For the ne\t 500 nearest best solutions, 5 each...., 2..MIO In all KKSJ prizes, amounting to HIO.OOO THE WiGftOO REGORD NEWSl'APEa,yancl its daily Installment of a hiRb-Rrade serial story is a feature intended to specially com mend it to the home circle. To emphasize—and auvertiae tlie tact SEND THE 10 CENTS AND CET THE RECORD IO DAYS. TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE Best of All To cleanse the system In a gentle and truly beneficial manner, \vh*n the Springtime comes, use the true and per fect remedy, Sy/up of Figs. One bottle will answer for all the family and costs only- 50 cents the larpe size $1. Uuy tlx- genuine. Mamifa'tu ttse Cal ifornia Fig Syruj Comj m. 1 and for sale by all druggists Tlioonlit uf His lli-alth, VVazzy—I tell you, I like to go out ti a fine, sunny afternoon and get the benefit of the bracing air. By the way. I think I'll do it to-lay. Wurrey That so? Wuzzey---Yen: 1 guess 1*11 take a car down town and go and see a show at one of the tInciters. Boston tlaaette. Pi»r Two Ont* For two centH yu «-an fl ml bow to Invest ."100, so as to have it earn Fits Cured *rom V.S.Jouri'tti of Prof. W. H. Peeke, who makes a specialty of Kptlepsy, has without doubt treated and cur ed more cases than any living Physician his success is astonishing We have heard of cases of ?n V VIU^UUU $1,090 FOR THE ONE WHO GUESSES BEST! offered in cash prizes to author'- for the tx'M storii-s of mystery. The stories were so $30,000 called bec-ause it was rejuircl thai a mystery should run through the entire story and be unclosed onlv in ihr- last continue in about, thirty daily installments tinti 1 completed. 'SONS AND FATHERS" is beyond all question THE GRHAT STORY OF THE YEAR. There will be an interval of a wet i or more tH'tween thf publication of the last installment con taining the x] i .nution the mystery ami the Immediately preced RECORD A a profit of w.oo a lay. l'.uy a two-eont Ptamp. and writ to 11K ahotit otir ?1(K» Invest tneut Sy«tetu «'upyri«lilen. Osborn, c'ro«by & t'o. Kusotit Hklvr.. iMhineapoliH. Intermittent Tltlnkn •'Daughter." said tdd IitK-ksey, "think twice before you aceejit young Snoop er a.nd. t»ay, daughter, let there be a lapse of a 1 tout thirty years let\veeu the two thinks."--Philadelphia Item. ears' standing u e y him. He publishes a v a n a e w o k o n i s i s ease, which he sends w i a large bot- i 1 i e i -e i v s u e e s who may send their (). and lCxpress a'hiress. We advise anv one wishing a cure to address Prof.W. H. PEEKE, F. D., 4 Cedar St.. Hew York wmmm& Theinn-t eieuf.iui Ii:• ».I l'uriti"r. Liver lnvit orutor. Tiinii' ami Appetizer Uii"Wti. It-builds up and foi tllies the whole system, invigorates tin-liver, aids 1 nresiion and cures dyspepsia. Th-first Iron Tonic I'.it terK ever ailvertlsed ill A iier -t fit iii:u- W.A Tw» VVIslirn J. P. ALLEN, Druggist and Chemist, ,Vl. i Al i., I N 1 Premium No. 1 Chocolate I 2 Made bv Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., $ THE AWARD OF AUTHORS' PRIZES HAS JUST BEEN HADE. Stories from all parts of the English-speaking: world, to the number of 816, were entered in the competition. Twelve Cash Prizes were offered for the best twelve stories. The first prize was $10,000, SONS AIND FATHERS THE $10,000 IS DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS: A SPECIAL 0FFER~ will be sent to any address, post-paid, for 10 days, begin ning with the first chapter of the story. FOR IO I'EXTS, in coin or postage stamps. The story t.egins March 23, and it is desirable that sub scriptions should be received as far ic advance of that date as possible, but all subscriptions on this special oiler received up to April 1 will filled, but none after April 1.' THE CHICAGO RECORD ... Is Chicago's leading morning daily. In fact, with a single exception, It has the largest morning circulation iu America-—160,000 a day. It is a member of The Associated Press and 'prints all the news from all the world." It is independent in politics and gives all po- Dorchester, Mass., has been cele brated for more than a century as Word ...in Season." The season is Spring, Spring when you ill on your body for all its en ergy, and tax it to tlie limit of effort. Does a nutritious, delicious, and flesh forming beverage. Sold by gro- A cers ev-ervwhere. ,rNewspaperdom," WOMEN chapter, the purpose being to give CASH PRIZES to those readers of THE CHICAGO RECORD who should be able to solve the mystery, or come nearest to a correct solution of It, IN ADVANCE of the pub lication of the last chapter in the paper. and was won by harry Stillwell Edwards, of Macon, Ga. His story is entitled ing chapter, during wliich FfLl, PARTICI I.AllK a- t« the rt.-t,• ul-.r in i/..rero int.' the uwaiiliiig tlii Tf pi men will lie iu T11K tlUOACK) RECORD. Thf principal rules arc us follow l.—But one volution can be entered by a reader. It 1# immaterial whether the reader subscribes fur the paper direct to the office ol publication, or whether it if bought from the local newsdealer. The contest is open, tmder the specified conditions, to all w ho r»-ad the paper. 8.—The explanation of the inys-tery may be made in the reader's own wordf. in the Knglif language, and v ithout any attempt at flue writing.'* •imply giving as many of the facta that go to make a complete and abso lutely correct solution of the entire mystery" as the reader may be able to discover. 9. The RMO.OOO will be awarded, under the condition* annonnced, ac cording tin- lict-t judgment of the judge* appointed by UKt Oltl), ..,,,111, i v will have complete control and final decision, beyond any app. i:. ail iu:ittcr« relating to thi* unique cont«st. And lii.st, but not ast, ONLY WOMEN AND GIRLS MAY GUESS. I have come to the firm conclusion, after a long test, and after a wide comparison with the journals of many states and countries, that THE CHICACiO RECORD comes as near being the ideal daily jour nal as we are for some time likely to find on these mortal shores." The journalists' class paper, published says: it answer you when you call? Doe3 it creep un willingly to work? It's the natural effect of the waste of winter. So much for the season. Now for the word. If you would e a e a i y s e e soundly, work easily, and feel like a new being, take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. THE AEIIMOTOR CO. dons naif tti© *vrlri windmill business, txranse It has reduced the ensl of wind power t' I tt It i* many btaiirb liun.v's aiul MippliKS its KtuMls and rfi ^irs at your ifooi It c.tii ami (1«n Itirmsh a butter art u l« fui money Uiat others It makes I'uie.inix ami iioart-d. Sled. J:ilvam7.tMl after 1 ''unpli-tlon WliulTiiills, 'liltinjc an4 h'Ui Steel lowers. Steel Huzz rauit's. Steel Keetl Cutters ami J-Vcu irindKrs. Oil at'l'licatloii it will nam*- one if tli^sn articles thai it will furm-h until January 1st at l/:t t.lto usual price. It aso iiiak«a Vaults and I'limi* of all kinds. Sf-iid for ratali'K.-B. tactory: I2tb, nockwcll aod Fillmore Streets, Chicank WE HAVE NO I IlATT AGENTS. u K e i e o i o n Burner at wholesale |i i. c*. ghi anv when- for examin at ion before ^le. Kvi j-j' thin warranted. 10ustlec of t'»rria«PB, 90 sl li s «.f lt«mf»». 4 1 Ht.vlefr Hldln* S»d. dl-». V\ 1 itf for eataloirti*. KI.KHAKT t'ARRt«JK. 4 IIAR. IUICSs BiU CO., KLKHABT. INI). PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cif&Tise* tuid licantiliea the hair. l'i "'in r!*s ti Injuriant pnv.-th. ii ever Fails to Beator© Grsy Hair to lis Youthful Color. Ciii*» »r:i!p Jk hair Inning, anrt lrui:g' X. if: 9P period tbe guesses will be received by THE RECORD. Tostili further promote popular interest ir. this remarkable story THE CHICAGO RECORD offers $10,000 in 8H9 cash prizes for the 889 guesses which shall come the nearest to being true and complete solu tions of tb^mjilery n the story. THE CHICAGO that THE CHIC AGO RECORD ie a newspaper particularly suitable for woman's reading the further condition is made that the 810,000 in prizeB shall be paid only for explanations or gucssea sent in by women and g.rls. All m_y read, but only WOMEN AND GIRLS MAY GUESS. iiticul news with judicial Impartiality, free from the taint of partisan, ship. It is Chicago's family newspaper. Prof. J. T. Hatlield, of the Northwestern University, writing to the Evanston (111.) Index, says in "There i« no paper published in America that so nearly ap proaches the true journalistic ideal as THE CHICAGO RECORD." Forward your subscription as early as possible, so that your name may be entered on the subscript ion list at ouce and the paper be sent you without any delay and in time for the opening chapters of TELE RECORD'S GREAT $10,000 PRIZE ST0BY. Address New York, c'aiied VICTOR F. LAWSON, Publisher THE CHICA60 RECORD, 181 Madison Street, CHICAGO, ILL. -but three or four are better atlU. Let Al.I. tbe faxntfy Join in tbe March for tbe explanation of tbe myvtevy in "BOMB AND FATHERS," but remember "only woaaen ftsd glrlemay rueee**—and wis tbe BM P&1ZBS.