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County Fair affords an excellent opportunity for the rick-pocket to get your watch. If you would be proof against his skill, be sure that the buw (or ring) is a H1SJ This wonderful bow is now fitted to the Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, which are made of two plates of Kld soldered to a plate of compoition metal. 1 Look equaHy as well as solid gold esses. and cost about half as much. Guaranteed to wear 20 years. Always look for this trade mark, j None genuine without it. iGflF Sold only through watch dealers. Ask any jeweler for pamphlet or send to the manufacturers. KeystoneWatcIi Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. c is ?r53 r. kXn&v'ji- rj r-:-.. 1!! ttstro-iVte. fc i-t it. a !...-: .l-io- :be. t.y:pii.B'jch eg C: w. 1. in 1". i?.- M . Li. VTiltj ttc!ccc4 s.oiIj ! '-icint ! 1 :c ( Ion, c 1 ri;. tr il l ru- cssv sad a' ilc,'Si1.j-ffoui3 Inlnjoatirlcokastof5oetr!il vrbcorceti; taint will and tbesn lit UopCU vain. Mrin.rr-7-.rayiHxatth"7 wilt cot bo w.'t. Suajtudo-cilkOTittUita. BatiXierUelekliM4 ACHE ils tit Vox a? go msny Urea t tt !iaia Li wheS v:oa.akcccr7ebi beast. OcrpiUscoieitubilj cSisCjnct. drier's I.':l6 Iiw KTUaro vsry msll and) Tor easy tolaxo. On c? two r.:lls nutca iloso. lac v are etnetly trreUtla aad t a not grip oc l-cry. Lull y ihcir gtnl't; uzilaz pteae all vho a the ra. IaTulJKtiSacnU: flvcfcrSL. Sold ' -' Jruglsts enrjirbtre, or sent by mill. -ARTCR XEDICiNE CO., New York. AlLPiLL. SMALL COSE. SKALLPRiCE ihy Suffer' When you can be Cured Thousands arc suficriuj; will' Torpid Livcr-tlic symptoms an Depression of Spirits, lr.dige-s tion, Constipation, Ilcadaeln. Dr. San ford's Liver lnv.gor.ttu: is a reliable remedy for Live! Disorders. It cures thousands every year; why not try Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigoralori Your Druggist will supply you. PARKER'S HAIti BALSAM nw sni lwtt the ttrr. T3Nct Tmllm lo rtore Gray i.ir 13 19 1 out mi 1 wo-or. Cum f--u J -j ft heir i&IUes- Z"-until id rt fninr" Consumptive and Foeblo aniniM iifTf.-oia 1 ihau?iii-F Oi-t r:u' J ParKrr. G tnzct d m!oii. I ' . KViitHfcUmiwl ik.w- Hcn AT TKE World's Fair, CIlkJ1RO be sunt to call nt thu unique exhibit of Lisirg Company's EXTRACT OF BEEF in the northeast part of the AGRICUL TURAL BUILDING, north aisle, iu the ITniQU'iv Iiop.irtniL'nt, un-I get a FREE CUP o dohciouM, rpfrosliinx BEEFTEA made from tim world known Lti:m(i COMPAX V'S IOstkact of Hr.r.F. TRADE OSSICN PATEI COPYniCHTS. atcJ For tnfnrmatlcm era free TJscdt.T.-k writ to MUNN A CO iKX IlItilAItirjlT. KTVT TOUC OljAt tmreas for aecarlns patent in Aeerlca. ETerT vntrnt tafen ont Uj im 1 brcmfciit before Utf pabllo bj b n jUce elrcn free of oWv in Uia jMtnfific mef ban 1 irenst circn!lon t? rr.y r.-lccttflc paper In the worl'i. 2f!eod(ttT illns-ratod. So lutelllctfc man rlin-i:d be wltbnut It. Weekljr. 83.00 a Tear: lliifll month.. AdArcn MO.sx x CO, ruiuaaiiiata. ZSik Srosdtr.tr, Hoa koik CUt -o S TnriraTASSTAnCIX3ricr:ltotbllch, X IItct and bcmri, panlj Cm bliMl.an l-l". attsbJca.Kfouitlalwinrirtwi. ArUuUa rramlr for BL'toiua. Moifia fa . J ft' w RAtV (wam;, iwt, vviwi.iwn, I tairuuic UiarrLua. Uiroaw Uw Iitmuc lU- " tMU. Maomcn-d Mogft, UUs&xw. !TwatiTT, Z ' T' . .4 . VMM L I 1 1 111. I'Mlul fVm. 7 ..dr mm 4 Sclcntifio Aawrieu &!$JyM DSStCM PATENTS, S Ujpr;l. Kant. tluulsdA-, lmu Cm. Si.. . . . S tUuta.rMiBraualuutfMisiwrit time to time until the farmer can grow Lint of Atvot.LC, JUnlil Lotoafon. Muara. i KrttlBulu Ucn, llraplca. ciubof wood j watarftnsh 2 er symptoat result, ftcat f nlrvkn. Ball itA-vd, crof- i rbc.Hatuiin monarhjlred XJrsr. UXoaw, and irmy otb- nrUiiMlfal Impure Mooa or f ailara in lad pn-iwrpnora- anMAf their utMM hithn otd tr taking tii after rrt tri. g PK"r'll?fcll5n2rJ!S' 2 IMm VI1E KII-ANS CBDUCAl. ASC. t. O. Bos rrz.he,m York. 1 1 ecM rflZE SCHOLARSHIPS. SeDerKeUc,wldeanako youne men aou soma tn each countyof Missouri. Guaranteed aalarlcs KA KW end tTa p?rmontb, oailticral oommlsslocl If preferred. Work liKbt, honorable and venrre Duncratlvc. Any body can do It. Also. FKEI1 fcCUOLARSnilS ander-rensMpaidlnlead-Inft Colleges, Comccrclal, Law end Medlcsl BcnooUtoRoodsrorkcra. Sitlsfaetory reference rlTcn. Uo hnmhiiic. V.'rlte for particular. C. i. uMITU, S !0 OUve Street, SL lcnis. V DEAL FAMILY MEDICI Wit Iaultl. VIUnurrMk bear. fWHpmy ou lertm. OfiTe Breath. laadZt iliTerand Bows, I RiPiNiRUiri; r I art reiiUr yt prjtnptij. Fat try dnyrtrlfU .r mt ljrni. Pox TOUCH Soft Hata tn 1 8 style, war ranted to aire perfrct o satisfaction, ilice, S150. LEATHER Our CORONET Stiff Hat ts ft world beater for 2.50. ralllntr to A8 And them with your dealers, we will, for par te se of introduclnc. (hip direct by express. rAent tnrnH on receipt or price. Fashion . Hate free. HABT atDUFr" HAT C0,8L Locis. ; !r l A X Ol.l FA KM lilV OIM X ION- fit: Tells What-He Thinks About The Cause (if Until Times. "There is being so much said in the country about times and the scarci ty of monuy, and ns everybody has n cause and kooa n remedy, I thought 1 would write to tell your readers what f think is the cause. The trouble is we buy more than we prod uce. There is too much flour and bacon shipped here i every year. The otluncs we ought to Intake at home we are buying. "We let our timber rot and buy our pi,)W stocks, siugletreea, ax handles, hoe hilndes and fencing. "We throw away our ashes and buy soap and axle greaso "We give away our beef hides and buy hame strings and shoe strings. I "We let our m inure go to waste and buy .junno. j "We buy (rarden seed in the spring and cabbage in the winter. "We let our lands grow up in weeds and buy our b rooms. "We let the wax out of our pine and gum trees go to waste and buy chewing gum for our children. 'W build school houses and hire to.'ichera and send off our children to be educated. "Wo 1 ind a cent fish with a $3 fish inr rod. "Vr send n t. nnnt bov out with a 220 gun and a t-l doj to kill birds. " e nuae dogs ami buy wool. "And ab.iut the only thing in this c lutilry that there is an overproduction of is iiolitics and dogticks." All the talk in the world will not con- rinee ynu sn quickly as one trial of Oe Will's Witch H iz;I Sal ye fur scalds. burn.--, bruise?. s!:in attections and piles. J. C. I'hilbrick. Oregon Mo. A Kotisibto Farmvr'M Son. Karmora often make a serious mistake by moving to toivn. We have in mind now one who had a well-equipped farm ia western Iowa, stocked with Holstein cattle, thoroughbred hogs and a good class of horses. He was not satisfied with doing well and came to town to do better. He had a Bon who married, went into business for himself and went out of it with little or no loss, but no profit. The son said to us the other day: "I am going back to tho farm. I lon't see any use in allowing thnfarm to run down in theahands of a tenant. When we lived on ine farm we never knew what hard times were. We have had little else but hard time3 since we came to town and have to pinch and aconiiuiize in every possible way. and I propose to go back and take charge of that farm and run it for all it is worth.' We told him that this was the most rcnsiblo conclusion he had arrived at for a long time, and that it was fortu 1. ate for him that his fattier, in moving to town, had kept the farm as some thing upon which he could fall back when hard times struck the town. Xot a few other fanners have been less for tuiiate. Imagining that there were fortunes in the city, -a in fact there are for a few, and that these are within ouy reach of the many, with supreme confidence in their own ability, they burned their ships iehind them by sell ing their farms. Partners do not realize the closeness of the coiu.TOtiliou there is in the cities, nor the fact that tl ey mist compete .vi:h men that have been specially trained for a lino of work in which the farmer hits no special training, and for which the special training ho docs have ma meaMire until him. Xeither do 1 hey leali.'.e tho enormous difference there is between the expenses of a family in tho city, where everything down to a pint of milk or a quart of b srr.es, has to be bought and paid for in cash at 50 per cent, profit, nrd the .ostof living on a farm where ordina r.ly the farm includes rent, fue', irge- tables, fruits, meat, flour and other things which make up three-fourths of th.it cost. Neither do they realize that t :e cost of clothing is largely increased and that ic the town there area number f incidentals wf which no calculation can he made. We are aware that farm ers do not believe it until they hare had experience. After that it needs do arguocent to convince them of the sujierior advantages of tlj farm ever the city in the case of from three-fourths to nine-tenths of the men who more from tho farm to town. It is these conditions that enables the farmer to withstand hard times with an eas? which a city man envies. A note protested at the bank does not mean to the farmer tho immeUiate shutting down of production on the farm. Tho sun shines, tho grass grows, cattle, hogs and sheep grow fat. In the city the con traction of credit means often thesnut ting down of the factory, which means mab lity of laboring men to get work, w hich means the closest kind of econo my and often extreme suffering on the part of women and children. If a farm er owes 9100 to a banker, and cannot pay it becaufe his hogs died of the cholera, the banker knows that all he has to do is to renew that note from A'li'ltllpr rntn tit Itrirro nnl lia rlnoa it Tf merchant is unable to renew his paper, I ho banker is often compelled to take a nortcage and possibly cloee up the stare. Theiie are fact:), itnd they might be citl to any extent desirable, which should point out to farmers tie strong position they hold, and convince them seccrity and sofety both for theimtelvea and their families thore is on a well ordered and well conducted western farm. Guaranteed Cure. We authorizn our advertised druggist to sell Dr. Kiug'a Xew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon thip condition. If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex perience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's Xew Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at Clark O. Proud's drug store. Large size 50c, and 11.00 Don't commit suicide on account of your "incurable clood disease. The , , . . . 4 .Bensible thing ior you to Ayer's Sarsapanlla. If tl do is to take that fails, why. then keep on trying, fail. The tremble is. and it will not people get dis- j co u raged too soon. "Try, try, try again." ' u 1 1 t'sJust as Good the Crocfr Proffering adatbtr brand. pure is wear we wane, nave (joudmj now 017 naqa t WeU cerfaidu. fake ooolbtr; wt use none but Ibt best AndaS shrewd denies fop it, art you behind Ibt rest ?" Why Do We Advertise? Xntfiirfim.we awnrynii. We li.-.v aiiothirobpi-t In view. We have lnt uf KomNto ell, ami want t. v!l thrni, ami want rtrrvlnKl) ti. knew it : we awa! t" tin- m-wi-paiiery. wlilrh evvnlHMl rrad.nrMioiiltl iNimi, U tliry do not. if notlitnic mare than In flmt out Ilie mosi reli.ilile ami liet ulacr to I'll) an Engagement or Weilillna- Klnp.nntl urrliapi WVilitin: 1'tetf nt : anil It you are fortunate enough to have a kimhI wife r hut-ii-.nil, as the case may he. wniothlnii for hoiwkerpliiic In :he way of Sllerware. We have a lar-e -ttK-k til WaUhrK. Di.uiHimii and Jewelry, new mil novel In ileslKii, tn tentjit the iikk! refined tailed. The new tyle Clocki and Bnnize are very tasty. Dnriiew initortattvi i.f ()era i!.i-iM, tlii year exceeds all former rfforlx. ami ranuot hut please the niie-l fatiill"in tatten. fluid lleailrd I'anrs and lliidirela.. aial lat of all Flue f Sold Spectacle to rnalde eerl,ody, belli old and ounr. tn are all these heautiful tlilnin ; and we want ou all loeoui . emltrttce the c'Mrii opportunity, ter ourfixHts and beh.ippv. We take all the silver didlan we can eet In exrh ins foroiireomrsaii' will take (fold. If you -tout hapiien to have auytninj: re. All orders froiienple not Itviuas In the city promptly atleudrd to, with meat care to pla.se. 509-511 FELIX STREET, SI1. JOSEPH, MISSOURI, SOLID THROUGH TRAINS TO St.Louis, Kansas City ST. JOSEPH, OMAHA, CHICAGO, DENVER, St. Paul and Minneapolis WITH Dining Care Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleeping Care Reclining Cfa&ir Care (Seats Free). ONLY OXF.CHANtlE OK TAUS TO THE ATLANTIC OR PACIFIC COASTS. BEST for Nebraska and The Black Kills. Many Honrs Quickest time to DENVER and COLORADO POINTS. II. C. OKR, Asst.Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Kansas City, Mo. I. O. IVES. Gen. Pass. Jfc TVt Ag't. St. Locis. Mo II joe's plage: 112 North Second Street, First Door South of Lutz's ST. JOSEPH. - MO., Fron'r. JOE OPPENI Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars, Fresh Beer on Tap, Good Pool Tables, I extend a cordial invitation to my many Holt county fnendsto remember me when in the city. EMERSON PIANOS FOR OVER FORTY YEARS have enjoyed a high reputation. Brilli ant and musical; tone of rare sympathet ic quality; beautiful for vocal accom paniment Durably constructed of finest material by mont skillful workmen. Ex ceptional in retaining original richness and fullness of tone. Require tuning less often than any other piano. Prices Moderate. Rka.so-abm: Terms. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 60,000 MADE AND IV USE. mm ruio co., 174-Tremont Street, BOSTON. MASS. Branch Stores ! 92 Fifth Aveaae, New York. 218 Waaai Ave.. Chicago. JAMES STACEY, Justice of the Peace, Conveyancer of Deeds and Collecting Agent. All business placed 'a t: hands will receive prompt atte: 1 1 : Maitkaxd, y ?ot DR. C. L IIOLLOWAYr Physician & Surgeon. FOREST CIT1, - - . MO. All calls answered promptly, day or night Dr. W. H. C. Sterrett, CORNING, MO. AH calls answered promptly day or night. Office over P. W. Walter's store P. D. KELLEY, M. DM NEW POINT, MO. All calls promptly attended to day or night. DR. J. S. MEYEK, Veterinary Surgeon, ST. JOSEPH, KO., Graduate of the American Veterinary College, New York. tVOfflce, Don BIleyM Barn. SIS Edmund Street: residence. 1302 Vellx Street. Tele phone at office No. Co. Tetenhose o. 571. tVRaiis by mall. or. telegram promptly it tended la- c o said, clairette soap" Robert Moxtromrrt, IiEvi Zook, President. Vice-President. Albert Roeckf.r, Cmas. D. Zook, Caahier Ass't Caahier The Mo&igomsry S Roecker BANKING COMPANY, OREGOX, : : MISSOURI. ESTABLISHED 1811. The oldest Bank in the county. Trans act a general banking business. Inter est paid on time deposits. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Have made special arrange nients to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The accounts of Farmers, Merchants and individuals re spectfully solicited. Special care given to anv business intrustea to us. New St. Paul Honse, 920 Union Avenue, j,! Kansas City, Mo. Nicely furnished rooms by day, week or month. Close to Union Depot. Throe Street Car lines pass the House. Having leased this house AuguBt 1st and tboroughly renovnted it I shall be glad to see all my old friends. Competent and trusty guides furnished to all places of interest in the city. It I. REA, Proprietor. J. T. THATCHER, M. D Iliimocopatlii.st ami Surgeon. C&-0FF1CE OVER POSTOFFICE. Special attention given to (HAL SURGERY anil ITS RELATION TO CIIKON1C DISEASE OREGON, . . MISSOURI. Public ArtruiniHtrntor'H Notice. Notlcr 1 hrrtbr idvrn, tliat by virtue of aa onlrr uf thf rnihate ('nun uf IloItCounty, Mis souri, mailr im thr 1 3th day I July. 1M, tbr utlilerjtznnl Public Administrator wilhln and for Holt omnty.Mistniin, has Ukcn charge of the st.:t evl QalUc fl.-.in. il.'fMm-l. All r sont bavins claim' .ijlnt aaid titate are n quired la rxhlblt tlirm to nie !r allowance wit li In onr year af trr date uf aald order, or thi-y may or prrcludmt from any briirnt of ajrh ntate; and If said fl.ilmtbciuitexhlbititlwltti n two years from thr ilat-l till publication, tht-y will be forever bamrl Tills cth day ef October, lien. UILRS A. I.AtlC.Hl.IN. . Public Adminlitrator. Public AdiniiiiNtrator'N Notice. Ntlre Is hereby Klveit; that by virtue of an order of tbe l"r..bate Court of flult Couiitv.Mts onrl, maile on the lth dav of Augint, 1(9.1, the undeniened l'ublic Admliilstratnr MlthniaiM , for Unit county, Miisotirl, has taken chance of rue oiaie oi ruoeoe nuson.areeaseai. aiiht iii bavin); claims acalust raid rsiate are re quired to exhibit them to me for allowance wilbin one ear after date of -aid ordrr, r ther may be nrrluileil from auy lienetlt of nueli estate : and If -aid claims be not etblbited n Itl -In two rears from the date of till publication, they will be forever barred. This ah day of October, 1893. CII.KS A. I.AUR1U.IX, Public Administrator. Order orPabllcatlea ia Tax Salt STATE OF MISSOURI, t County of Unit. fM In the Circuit Court of Holt Cmintv. In snM State, lo the January term, ipm. The SUIe I Missouri, at the r Ulinu tout tn the use of Miltou C. Kniiiibniijli. Collector of Kevenuewll bin anil for the county .f Holt and sUte of Missouri. I'UiuttlT, vs. Jacob Allieltz. Defendant,-Tax Suit. At till- Mil dar of Yriir., 1W3 comes I lie pUliitllT heivln. by HrnivT. Alklre. his attor ney ami thns to t!ie.nll-r.-li'tlior the court that the defeuilaut I- a noli resident of th state of Missouri and cannot be suininonrd in this a'-llon. Whereupon it Is ordered bv the said nnder Kiirnnl rlrrk that kiIi' defi-nh.-iii. b notified bv pulillcitloii that plaintiff has commenced a suit acalii-t hlui In ibis court, the ohj-et and ceueral nature of KhlchN that plaintiff series to enforce I he lieu of the state of Missouri asaint thn follon-ln; dn-rl!i-d real extate. situate, lying and beliu; In Holt countv. Ml--.u-ri, and belonging to the defendant ! this suit, for certaiu delintienl and b..rk taxes due thereon, an t unpaid for the sears IftiO am! tail, with lntrrest thrreou and cints levieil upon said real date, as irt the petition and lax hill here in set forth, towlt: All th" west half of fnctlon.il section one (I) In township sixty tat) of now forty (o). And that unless the said J tcob Alliellz be and appear at tills court at the next term there of, to be beEnn and hidden at the Court lions-, tn the City of Oregon, In ald county, on the first day of January next. I!i. and on or liefore the sixth day of aid term, if the term hall w Ions continue, and If not, then on or l-efore the lat day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will, as to him, be taken as confessed, and judgment will ba rendered accnrdinclv. Audit Is further ordered, that a eopv hereof be published according to lav, In Tint Hnt.T Countv Sr..vnvKi. for fonr miwim m ir. the last insertion to be at least fifleen days be : ' r mviu itr IM ltllllr a Hvl. THE8TATKOKMIKOCItI.l County of Holt. f I. Ronv. Morris. Clerk or the Circuit court of Holt county, aforesaid, hereby certify that the alwre Is a true copy oi the nrlcinal order of publication. In the caue therein named, as the same appears In ray offlce. Witness my hand as Clerk, and the seal of said seau Court. Done at office In Orecon, this li day of Oetob-r, il JOUV MORRIS. Clerk. i.iiv..N.rt.a.i.b,.naar. It Ml Ml,M aWlLhtt M aaaaalrlt; haa? torn AaaiMia I sratnaait,aaaa amahaa atea. baartwtai aca.7caaja.rac.al aaa.a.1.. 11 r" ir trar. umnu aaj, u wrr. Via atarf vaa. SaraWMoa liajMUM ajiaULT. ai-hkMur i riCUUBS TM. Aaawaaalaai. arai ssssstna wRELKsa? m BBBBBBBr tttwwt. yrpBBja. rAitria SU raa-lh. tauik PACKING APPLES. Tlic.Prrtctice of Fiichifr Condom- nef fur Severn! !Iteasoui. One of the last' operations of the au tumn waa packing winter apples for shipment, and I find among my notes some items in connection therewith. I hare packed apples more or less all my fife, and I believe that packers are often more sinned against than sinners, and it all comes thruugh the practice uf facing. Half-bushel baskets are commonly used id packing, and a basketful is sorted from the heap, and the best are used to face the bottom. It the bottom is double- faced, then another basketful is taken and the best of these are used; then the remainder of the two baskets are dum ped in'otbe barrel and the filling is completed with apples considered mer chantable. After the very best have been sorted out of a bushel for the two head courses, the remainder as com pared with them are seconds, yet when mixed they are an average lot. The barrel reaches the consumer, and the family commences to use them. Tho top layers are used off, and the seconds are reachod, and being so much inferior to the extras first consumed the children go deeper, and in a few days all the extra apples in the upper half are consumed, and so it goes until only the very poor est are left, and the packer is accused of putting a lot of inferior apples in the center of the barrel, when he did no such thing, the seeming cheat being the combined result of sorting to face and sorting to use. L. B. Pierce, in Ameri can Gardening. Ilovr to Menatire u Bushel. There is a good deal of discussion just now about the size and capacity of a bushel. It is a natural consequence of the great variety of such measures in use among dealers in different articles of merchandise, and which are variously encumbered by special conditions nnd customs, founded upon some peculiar necessity. Thus a common charcoal bushel in Michigan and New England, is 2.730 cubic inches, which is more than a standing heaped bushel, and the allowance is made on account of a certain loss in measuring by the breaking down of the brittlo material into dust, and which causes much loe.. A standard United States bushel con tains 2,150 4-10cubic inches, and is a cylinder 194 inches in diameter and 8 inches deep. This id the struck bushel, used for measuring grain and meal. A heaped bushel is a common bushel heaped up with any loose substance, ns pot.itoes or apples, to a point in the centre. The coi.o thus formed will have a height equal to half the depth of the measure, and its cubical contents, it is very clear will ko equal to one-fourth those of the measure itself. Then 2,150 4-10 inchep, plus one-fourth, f will be 2,- 08( ;-10 inches, which is the exact con tents of a heaped bushel. In use this bushel is called 2,GS8 inches, and is the Pennrj lvania coke und charcoal bushel. It would be a great convenience if all farm produce were sold by woight, in cludingteggs, milk, fruits, nnd garden vegetables. Itwould be exact and fair to sellerjand purchaser, and would save a great deal of ciepute and useless dis cussion. We have fur too many differ ences in measurosthereiare three'tons; one of 2,000, another of 2,240 pounds, and a third of&2G8 pounds; three gal lons, the imperial, the beor gallon, and the United States standard or Winches Uerfgallon; two seta of pounds, ounces etc.; and what ta very curious, an im perial (English) gallon of water weighs ten pounds avoirdupois, which is equal to 70,000 Troy grains; while a standard gallon of the uuited States weighs 53,- 072 Troy grains, or eight and a halt pounds, avoirdupois. As both of these measures are confounded in discussion about the veight of a quart of milk, there is a beaut if uljaiid lively; state of uncertainty about it. 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It bnegs all that is grand, romantic, imposing and beautiful to your fireside, and while you, your family and friends gaze upon its wonders foJ perfectly and accurately portrayed they will be elo quently describtd by Mr. S'oddard him self. For particulars see Hie Republic a sample copy of which will be sent free upon receipt of a postal card request. Or, it you want a sample of the "Art Portfolio" cut this advertisement out and send it in with 10 cents nnd series No. 1 will be sent you. Without this ad 23 cent will be charged. Address, Room 28, Republic, St. Loui. Mo. A Few MoiiifntH Rest. The need of some place to drop down for a moment and forget things is a cry ing one in most homes. There ought to be enough sofas around to accommodate all the family. Five rfinutea rest will prevent many a family row, and how can you get rest if you have to pull shams off the bed and roll up the coverlid? A shabby old lounge where you can get at it is worth its weight in gold; and you won't want to die half so many times if you make .use of it. The loosening of the tension for ever so few minutes may save your reason some day. Don't go out and try to walk off your worries; don't tell them to your friend, either. Just throw yourself down on the sofa I for a little while; shut your eyes and I nnnrl nn hun nn nut. Tl. ...... nea will be lighter before you realize it. ....... VOUT brain Will Im Chancer anil Vntir hB.Irt ' . . ..... . stronger to meet those that press closest. I " .. . 'Boll the Dillow un tn a hall or hnrv vnne a . . . comforts you aait haa done me, I' will be glad I told you. Womankind. THE BEST BLOOD Purifier AND TONIC Cor Old and Young I TO QUICKEN THE Appetite, REMOVE THAT Tired Feeling Aad Make th WmUc Stros. Itenricaes the blood mad Invigorate very organ aad tissue of the body. Ayer's Sarsapanlla Cona others, will cur you Ollluj: Wason Wheels. I have a wagon of which six years ago the felloes shrank so that tho tires bo came loose. I gave it a good coat f hot oil, and every year since it has had a coat of oil or paint, sometimes both. The tires are tight, yet they have not been set for eight or nine years. Many farmers think that as soon as the wngon felloes begin to shrink they must go at once to the blacksmith shop and get the tires set. Instead of doing that, which is often a damage to the wheels, causing them to dish, if they will get some lin seed oil and heat it boiling hot and give the felloes all the oil they will take, it will till them up to their usual size and tighten to keep them from shrinking,and also keep out the water. If you do not wih to ge to the tiouble of mixing paint, you can heat the oil and tie a rag to a stick and swab them over as long as thoy will take oil. A brush is more con venient to use, but a swab will do if you do not wish to buy a brush. It ia quite a saving of money to look after the woodwork of farm machinery. Alter-j nate wetting and drying injures and causes the best wood soon to decay and lose its strength unless kept well paint ed and oiled. It pays to keep a little oil on hand to oil fork handles, rakes, neck yokes, whitH trees, and any of the small tools on the farm that are moae or less exposed. V. hat a Boy Did. What this boy is represented' aa doing others can do and girls too can lend a helping hnnd in the same direction and thus add largely to the pleasure and en joyment of the home. When things do not go just right, then is the time for all uoncerned to make a special effort to counteract what might otherwise mar tho comforts of a happy home. In the true christian home pencil member of the family has a part to act, and when each one acts fatbits well being tho hap piest it suits must follow: "Cheerfulness has been called "the bright weather of the heart." What the sun le to tho day, what joy is to the stricken sjuI, thnt the cheerful ana -tb home. A writer tells of a visit and or coming to the dining room one morn in the midst of a three days' rain. The lire smoked, tho room was chilly. Father was grim and mother tired, and baby Polly fretful and Bridget undeniably cross. Soon Jack came in with the breakfast rolls from the baker's. He left his rubber coat and boots in the entry and came in rosy and eimiling. "Hares tho paper, sir," v:d he so cheerily that hia father anew .J quite pleasantly, "Ah, thank you, Jack." His mother looked up at him smiling as he touched her cheek gently as be passed, "The top of the morning to you, Polly wog." he said to bis little sister, and de livered the rolls to Bridget with a "Here you are. Aren't you aorry you didn't go yourself this beautiful day?" He gavo the fire a poke and opened a damper. I he smoke ceased and the coals began to glow, and in five minutes after Jack came, they bad gathered around the table and were eating aa cheerfully as possible. This seems simple in the tell ing, and Jack never knew he Lad done anything at all, but he had changed the whole moral atcosphore of the room and started a gloomy day pleasantly for five people. "Ho is always o," said his mother when her guest epoke to her about it aftorwurd, "just so sunny and kind and ready all the time." Ready, s'lall you and I resolve more than ever to cultivate the "merry heart" which "doeth good like a raedisine." The MiJland. I Harper's Bazar for October 7th is found "A Magnificent Deception," b Virginia Franklyn, a strong, short story gracefully told. "Kindorgartens or California," by Mrs. Frank Gay William describee the kindergarten movement in ita inception, from the standpoint of philanthropy. This nrticle has three illustrations including a portrait of Mrs. Sarah U. Cooper. An interesting sketch of Mr. Rger A. Pryor ia em bellished with her portrait. Harpkr'r vr.Ei.T, with its well-known enterprise, is out this week with avers striking 'four-page panoramic vuw of the great international yacht race for the America's cup. drawn by M. J. Burns and Victor Ferard. Conan Dosle contributes the first halt of one of 'bit. thrilling detective stories, onlitlfd "The Adventures of h Naval Treaty." Other notable features are the haiidjonvly illustrated article on the "Willinms Col leijo Centenary." by Hamilton W.M.ibi. , and one on the subject of tho gre it "Ir rigation Conjrretw," which in neenm panied by a unmb.-r of interestirg jior tnits. There are alo fuil paco draw, tniis by CharloK (traham of "The Grand Arch of the Peristyle." and of "The Pi'eblo Indiana' Harvet-t Dance," by J. H. Sharp. vspepsia is tie bane .'jtaBpiwrnttsMraUta. It la raja-Ita iireasntl Ma altaaaJaata, nick .crt, J3SaUtatl 1 vb rU aa, tautS alt's Pills av haeoaa fammasta. TSer eJi:y mm a;tlT asa tkaatla-cstlve ram. artviatr Ihesa tMa aaI vicar to it:iatreal.agaa1sa;r mum. Sold Ererywliere -. i40tomwMUictM st, a. 1. 1 Education ibrJFttrni Work. Farmers have gained tome great ad vantages in the pan and righted eritne wrongs thnt were hampering them, as a class, by agitation. To have cheir sons and dau .-liters educated in the noble sci ence of agriculture is their'hrht. Knowl edge has been, nnd forever will Uspowrr Agitation that will Cause education this characttb be given in our pnblii schools cannot begin too soon. It nee nut be elaborate at first. The readio lessons, instead of bing fairy tales such like, could be simple stories anu lessons upon many of tho bestiiifnl and I wonderful thinra of nature. The begin - ning should be with t'Kb teachers. The t normal schools should prepare their' graduates for this work. Much of the ( popular education is calculated to cause j farmers' eons and daughters to forake! the farm. There is in general an im-1 provetnent in the work of the agricultu-j ral colleges, while somo of them con-1 tinue to bo expensive failureaFhe one at ! Guelph, Ontario, seems to combine prac tical training with low expense. The tu ition, board and washing to a Canadian farmer's son, who has had at least one year's experience on a farm, is not over $50 to COO a year. The grow'ng im portance of agriculture in America doos not warrant a belief that ignorance can much longer thrive. The age demands ekill. Economical production is the keynote for the farmers success in the future. More than eighty per cent, of our exports now are agricultural pro ducts. Hie Mrmer is never Hkeiv to Im a strung factor in ndvancing prices in the worlds markets, but he can by skill lenaen the first cost and thus get a good margin of profit on goods which all the world must have. American Farmer and Farm News. Order of Publication la Tax Suit. THE STATE OK MISSOCKI. , Countv ol Holt. III the Circuit Court of Holt County. Iu said Slate, ta the Janiiaty Term. liOI. The State uf Missouri, at the relation and to - the iie of Milton C. Urumuauxh, Collector of Hie Hevenue within and for lliecoumyif Holt and State of Missouri, riaint.ff, Agxin-t Keilc I.ntlicrandA.M Hiiiitrr,Dcleud.ints. Tax .suit. At this 9tb day of Sejt mVr. 1SD1, come the pktlutlS herein, by Henry T. Alklre. las attor ney, and shows to the. itlf:iciie of this cou.t that the defendant. Itella I.utber. Ls a non-rwl-dent of the Slate oi Missouri, and cannot be stinimniied iu iLis s.'!ou. Wherrupou It Is nnl, red t.y the court mat said def.-udant l- untitled bv publication that iil.iimta has c ;um -need a suit aacaiust lur In Mils cunt, the object and Kcueral nature of nlin-o r liia: pl.iintin seeks to enforce the Iim of Hie Staie ol Missouri aieaiu-l the f-IIoniu: di-M-riii, it teal et.ite. sit nate, lying and bems ill llnit r ty. Missouri, end belonclnit lo Ilienrleiol.ii.I to ilos suit, f ir certain dilnUeul ami bark t. due tuervon. :uid inipaio for tb- year. t--S and IWI. with In terest i lien on and cots, levird iii-.ui vUil real eatc.a In Hie p.-lltloti anil I.ix ki'.l herein set forth, iM-wn : jot-.3. . U:uid lliu bloc!. 3. in Itie town of Aud that unless thn said li. lU Luther be and appear at tills I'otill M tn-m-xl I, no Here of, tn be 'eKim and hoMeu at I he Cunt House, iu the cit of !rev:on, in tui cou.it,-n :tu- Hrt day of January next. It. a':il oi; or before tin--lh itay oi sai l t.Tin, If i ne trrm hall so lone eoutliiue. and if not, then on. r lH-bn- the ila id !! term, aii'.rter.-r ple-.d to th - p-:l-tlon hi s.,1.1 cause, llietim Mill. as to hn, be I ikt-11 as onileM-il, .la. I J ;ilr.i .11 mil be rrli dcrcd ai-corli.iit!)'. And it IsiurMioranleret. that a c.v hereof he pti'iliIu-d acror.liu l l.ur in 'I:ik IIuLT (i:srv -KMINKLlorf ur ww uerks. the Ia-1 Ii M-ril.Mi to lie;.I eat lilteen days lur fore the salii (lr-t dar of J nr.i try. IS.-I. 1 1 1 e s r.v r e ok m issi 1 c it t . : County of Holt. ; I. tloiiv. Morris. Clf-rk of the Ciienit e.mrt of Iloli county, alori-iti-I. hen-bv c rt'fy ih 't tin aliove isn true coi of tlu- oncin.il ord-r 01 publie:i. ton, !n the came ihrrrui uau.-.!, as the vinie ap--ars 1.1 my 0:3.; r. Witiif. inv li.uiil aC crk.anil the &eal of s.-.id (MKAI.I Court. Done at t'lll.-e III Oregon, tlli-. 4th day ol Ov-loK-r, t.-'.ci. tJOt'V. UUKItlS. Clerk. Order of Paalicab'na ia T cu. THE STATE tF MISSOURI. ! County of Holt. f In the Circuit Court nf Holt County, tu s;UJ State, to tb Januar) T- mi, tsut. The State nf .llv-4uri. at the relation aud to the uc of Milton 1;. Xlriiiu .nii);h. Collrclor of III.' Itevenue wilbin and lor tne County ot Holt aud State ol Mivsouri. I'l-liitiil. Ag-iiust lames n. Adklns, Uereudant -Tux Suit. At tills !i;li d.tv of Sep' ember, ls;o. co-nes the plaint iH herein, bv Henry T. AUire.tij. attor ney, an.l slwws to the. s.iti.f.tetion of the. court that the def.-nd-int i- a ih.ii retident of the Mate of Miv-.uii.an.l cannot he summoned In tills action. Whereupon It is ord. red by the ; Id nnder signed Clerk, thai aid defendant be notified bv pnbllcatioii that plaintiff has roiuuiei e.-d asnii agalust him in llii e-.iirt. f lie ni.Jivt and cenrr al nature of which is that plaintin "eeks 10 en forc the II tt of the Stte of Mbtirl .ifc-il'-i the follow in;' derribed real estate, s tiute. ly ing and b-lti In Holt c..u:.'y. Mltsoun. au.l lie. lonaiiiK to I he delelnUul tothU suit, fur cer tain deilmiueii! and lark t tx-s due Iheroon. and iiiiiwM for the ye.ii. isxri.lsst n 1 .u. tsltb inters tli-r-.n :.i.d t-14 , 1-1 d iiu vurf r a! e-'a:e, : !n the ietmii and Uix bill herein set fort It. to-wit : lt 14 In block I, Devrss"s a.'itlou to f fown of Kutb . Aui '-d :'.- the said Jan e II . Adklns t and appear court at the next trrm tlo re- of. to lie I-cnn and holdenai tlie Court lion-..-. In the rilt of Orexou. in said couul.s. on Hie llr-t d :v of January next. 104, ami on or lM-t.'te the slxih day ffs.id term, if tne term -.lir.M an loin: continue, and If not. then 011 or liefore Ho lsl d.tv of .;!! term, ansneri rple d totha Itellllen'iii snld caue, filename will, as to blui. be taken as eoiiteen, ami juocr.irui win im rendered accordingly. And it Is furtlirr ordered, that a eopv le-i-t ne imMMi'-d ueenrdlm: to Liw In TlIK Pot.-t CilCXTV SKSTtxri. for four i:ei-elvi week-. the lat inseriiiet to i.-i i--.i iiii.ett liiys 1k beior. the said ilrst day ot Jaiiuar.v, Iv4. STATE OK MISS'U'KI,: I oiinly ol II.. It, : I, Honv .VIoftK, Ch-rk 01 the Circuit eotnt of Holt countv. afotoii.!. horehy e-rfl .- iltat th- ilve l a trueei.py of ibe ortKhial rbr of nnMl.-atlon. lit t:ie"e.iue therein u.:ui-d. as the anne wpiM-;ir. Ir. inv ofliee. wnne-H nty naioi -aei .rB.ain tne.eai 01 kw. JSK.l.!-.lll!t. It-me 1 niee III Orepm. till .H nay 01 ticioner ir:M. (JOUV MO I1KIS. Clerk. OF VITAL INTEREST to XTirr aiisiB or this rartB. BiCAcaa It San. Y01 Mm. BIG VALUE FOR UTTLE MONEY. HOW Mil aa aaaaa aad aarb a vaav vara aanaSiral aaiSliiil for aa 1H- LJ Ua ataaay. ya aak. m Waaaaaaiat Wa a aaa arraa(aa wit Q. aaa af ta laraaas asaaafaciararaar aaaaTinfaMHia. aar bs Ik Calta LfJ aaitss t aapalr aar aakarrtkaraaa. tkaar Sa t"'S. as ta raratar LJ aar paaalar usailr aTlaaraal. Trat't W asa a atas vy ttaaral asar casUsatbai cataaas lanama aaaalMn r tklr TaaWttai ia caatratt tbalaaata arlaa. altty raaata lartaaaaaaa. THE5b 1 paur 1 Ttas I as cat), ta akty asay atbjrt, asaryaar I arSar far atraaTt aaa aaara aal mmf aaa vtUi ta araar. far aBar-a-jatr mmitf ahfieauaa la A WavMiaa aiaaai alia kaalasai nf Saul aadlrtaearr taatca. t armtlaa arlaauatUia aaa Ua aa tttaa raiai aauaa la an jaaira a a any. aa iasaa ana taa paaar. aaaia auiatta faaaii au fc. alaaaa. far aVar aia aarla aj. alaar ralall aiira. W aaaiaafa aaaa; Satrrarr aad tasilaM aatlatarUaa. TabaSar ta anr M n aav saaaerlb ara. a a I laai takaa atfraataca rr ttnaaaaSa. Bar. aa'tratia lata, kat aaa rear alas la aa, aa art ar taa aary aaraaat 1 Sai 1111 WaayaaaUaa iar Saaaara laai ar ar aakar aaaauj. tbsa ilippsi aadTIara aaaaaaalla ta aa ara aaaaaa aU Maa aa4 vweaa. aa it la aalr aaiaaaaii alaa aad lsa T yaar taat 1 aad.w 1 larfacaak araara alaaaa aa caaaa alcaaa.Sa far aanttl taanara lata anasat aataatr.aaaaa waa aaaaaaas aYMBaja. . nan i. Hatiav, laV 1 J! ts z ae-S VsvCaSatslM anataaa aa Sllaaaia. will nralaa Y rira- ilaa BTaiaala IM aaaraaia a ta- ia ttiraaftar. BiaiSHj at aaara taar ralia Wv w raa faralaa sara aaaataa. lar aal ataaat a. fl k.ua. air ml Taa iiiiaaiiatawaataaa naaaian-aai..lilla:aSrWZ-aa. na.no aM.laalralJaaaiiaali aUWatafla. tth.Ua. aal aaaa an all aaaa aty aseaat jaiaja stta. aa. Satafi aastaralaa, Saa(craaaa1aaaaraaiUra!a.-i:1 m. t, c. r. una. irrsstrs num. Uauuiia. Pise's Ecmciy for Catarrh Is the Best. Easiest to rse.nd Ckcspcst. Sold by :iwUu or seat by tnaiuBt "-i K. T4 BsRlni Wutiat r A COMPLETE $7 or nt wejcxs SHARLES DIGKENJ t ! 1 T!te Stwtt Valuable and Remark rrofe Premium Ever Oltrrcil Free with any Periodical A. XA&m W SQ0S-&UEIN&. -a set or rri S WORK j Of- CHAJCCES DICKEXS, IX 13 LAMfcti VOIAMBKS, fSS. TAshastastt of Curhl M asAlhM A Set of I hW ? Byr?tlilarimnanfua ii wnWik'n ar r-VecHoffsrt.i m annua tatseplBQ4sserOI.-ktMe .'.,1,. p-.ii J. fVe. rbarfcsDtckvnswaataarr'ftsa.i :lttuTevlma. JIsthehtMrsiacakteai '.jswaaib&iusittbKbiTrd. adkassvtsanavrt i.-r a-ncUr to-4aT ihaa darlag Ids lftMk lasv abita j4 it ltfh?m.jrpstls.aMatstl9dUast!aiafciarscttrt TrrM 4rtpiits f. alaea aa4 lorUMiSB, aMniiut urn akiiriVrvrecglitaMa. XaSb kaok ts iauuelv ciufui SnlH.MsaM WufcoBiaass f lags trt4 imiklli Mrka. Nat ta kst Ml is l I r-.r ' bblnd thsata wUckwa uv. Tk tatn nam It, Ihi t reniftla thm toll iammcrltiarimm Ik'.. T oluau ttrlnf ed fkva cntirvlr av alatsa. with 1 sUioloccljr vaMarMsswis BiTto tefisaf bbbv auara catxzusrrr, inioua wuin, muiasai. unui eusaa twist taa ni aw iiiaaii laaraui. A TSLB am VSSS) are nat or aasrn aaeeav . THE PLAN. TTc C1 trsi a tswslaf sat f Osw ksoka WWB&t asul. pcnataasid. caaraatsaiag sa liai j. I aajs aa ! aae Mlar tw TS2 HLUST2A3XD TiMBX 11I11D FOR ONE YEAR. TVi HmM ta kcasstlAaUyl This i. Am mramti UrtiismriOand. Cp tail Hw tSa prtgw 1 4,i.ui.f DirkMt Waika haa feaaa tea Silln 14. ua of oalara. tapnvad fciauac; PtWms aaj sUttV irc niaraiaaiy. UMpmasM aauaatsli W arica mt wkita Kptr. and ta aas ewasUuaa la ta kaak trwaa e ika hka maaa thla ,arfal eaVrainalli. Baarim nlii4 that wa Ssr. sat a alalia vataair. Vat th mmttrm aecortsrcrsv i illasi all Bw 1 aai 1 Ihava. JtllTnaTaawataratkalantTar awalac aSuinaiaatt r tMckesa wctka. eUaesHliai WfSiaiiiS m nil laOaaaaa V aos a at Wat ar rat tUa na arfaliw naatlT. S4 at mttm; yaawai aa aatlcvwa Uk UMcaarala( lijifcs. aa. as tang aa yaa Bssaiasss? Jsaw ita trtaea tt a lt J a TME A CO- atU. IriN. WE WANT YOU to act as oar aftcnt. We furninh aa eapeaaive outHt and all you seed free. It co-ta Dothiuxla-- sexes of all axes can lite at noue and work ia pare time, or all the time. Ac oae aav where can earn a freat deal of monev. Many have aaad Two Hundred Dollars a Mouth. No cuts of pet.ple in the tvorl.1 are ntaLtn? so uittcb uwoev wiliiont capital as tkaae at work for Boaine nleaisn:. .'trieilr honorable, and pats better thaa anr other ooVred to arrnta. too hare a clear tirld. with do competition We euoip ya srldt rTeryibtsi. ana sapply primed direction for brpnnerf which, if obeyed failhf nllv. trill bring more money than wilt anv other bainesa. las prove ytmr prospects! Wiivnot? Yoocaudo! easily and sorely at work' for as. Kaaro cable iodasirr only necessary for abaotute saecas. fsmphlrl rirrular Kirin; every particular it aeat free to all. Oelar not in endtnc for it. GEORGE KTIssSlix Jt CO., ttox So. 48. Portia. te The Moat llaxttaaTal Baateatr ertTaevisl r.i it : r.-naia la Ua cBecta aad doca sot Ulalar. !a4 rour bclew. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE. Caxtox. Mo, Apr. t, UBL ),-ar ura: I Dave aaen arrerat ooiura or roar Kemlaira B Darin Cor" with moca aaeceat. I lliink It lite beat Liniment I ever used. Mm ee- m-trd aaa Cara, ca Haa4 8aTla mm HUM tiro Baae Mpavlaa. Have monuneBded tt ta rtml t my ttlcatl who Sr fiaaca plrttal wttfe ter.'l keep It. -' UcajHtfu:iy. fl. It. Rat. P.O.TIoxllS. KE2IBAIX8 BFATIW CUKE. itD IsLsim, Kujusxi, May U. 1ML Pa. II. J. K as nsu. Co, Onitr I bare asetf Tonr eetebntrd Kendatt" Fratla Cure with excelleat results. tlease aead KrndairaTreatloatlnlIore. Lone lire Ken L0Ta fpartn Cora that la pro Tina; so bcaaflclaj ta uur BuUt aatmaU the Home. aiarerelr roars. T. K. Basxs rttce IIjOO per bottle. BR. B. J. KKNBALL. C6L, Kaaaaavia raHa, Ta SO LB BT AK.L NIW61ITI. ARE YOU IlfTEBESTEO Uf ELECTRICITY? Ifla. aarataaaaii. duac taat ya aaaasaav. Bias irlciry. ta all It araacaa. baa Ua aaaaa badaatiar tla t kath aid trie aswar la sua I uutlaciaaalacaat tiaaoa. vatr IM aar aawae all arartbiacaaOr- Wa ara aaiataa ' 5 "5 raal amia aaattrla Mtar. af aaaail akaxr aMaaaS rn aa - - -.n.i ,0 1 aaasaavtaarartaialaaalB larja atta.aitm.g mmW tt.baata la diSaraat aana af taa eaaaarr. It ia afcamla sakradaai:aariMtliiaiilaamU aaaaat rr7 IiwntaknMaaaaaMsiMtaaMlaa. Saaa aaa aararalaa ta raa eaataraUw. aa4 It raa kaaaiaaa aa . -Tranrriaiklaaj. u4caM BMIUi4Uratirlaausc ta anaaar.aairaa MtsKractlvataalL - -"" Ka ara aaeoa la aa asilatL a mtmmm. aalaai a T"tt. r aaat aaaapaaaxaavaavS aat tawary r esa an Oaaa tOa atatklaa WaaraSaMa) aaa raacaiaa a at raca aaak. rtta ataC alaaauaj r a arlaary katlarr aa alactrlc Mar. sad ctaar aat taarsfrt lratttaaa taa la aaarata Ua atarkka -- ' "rri I- iihi raiktalat nf lak '-T Y '---""TI'M 1 mulilr Saai aaa a I lar ax l;tm,aXa.aMi,Ma. aattary. all anacaataata. aad kaak af lasaamfraTTi aautaraaaiyaa aaa aasaasaaaa TiBVC dk OB. aa llete'B tin- wool loca1 you have Iwit Iooltii at for: A- the nmA are' (rood, j nu oan br iiif tl.e nood in at one. mul nouh to r ti 11.. I much thi winter, othnr . Ti'-f :atl taHv thel-'ca: i" i' the 1 e. cnEBRHBEaBS$M rSaK3vHEBEa!E4ERPaEe.p r t ua eaesaaaHSt 1111 tali nlii annul iT a caoi- 7 yiTSurslk (SRW1M CUB EW tvauwtidtjt-h. tb-ri p-u aji. 1 mm B. lUaBr. ar taa B.. -V ... v. - ,VI JE XmmW araUaaaa. alis.Blartx,Baaa,aIart.