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Total Coat, Including Lumber, Hard , . wore and Labor, Will Not HscceU Mxtr Dollars. ' A correspondent of the Iircedera' Gazette describes a uelf-feeder suc cessfully used on his farm. The frame work is all bolted tog-ether, as nails will not withstand the strain when pulling the feeder from one Held to another. The runner ore made of heavy 3x10 oak planks, each 16 feet long and placed C'a feet apart. The runneds arc rounded at both ends so that it can bo pulled either way. Nine 2x4 joists, each nine feet long, ore bolted onto the runners, about two feet opart. These joists oro then fastened together by 2x0 joists, which project over the runners far enough to support the the feed trough. The trough is built about the width of a scoop. This permits of easily re- tt. a rx roiiTAHLK si:lf-fi:kder. moving the grain from the trough should you choose to do so. This, how. ever, is seldom done. The bottom of the feeder is built high in the mid dle and slopes to the feed trough on either side. The roof projects a lit tle over the sides and measures about 14 feet from eave to cave. A door or cover is provided at cither side for the feed trough. If one has cows in the lot at night, but wishes calves to grain from the feeder during the day, he can' simply drop the lid when the cows arc in the lot and raise it on turning them out. Calves can then cat oats or shelled corn or whatever you may have in the feeder for them. Cut the rafters for the floor out of 14-foot 2x4's, making them each 2y2 feet long; 3G rafters of this sort will be reeded for the bottom of the drop on the sides. After the feeder is sided tip with nhiplap or flooring, the roof of 1x3 sheeting is put on, which is after wards covered with shingles. It is a good idea to put several braces across the feeder from cave to cave. Holt these to the 2x4's. Strength will be given to the structure by running a half-inch rod the length of the feed er and making it fast just below the grain doors. The feeder is about 10 feet long, and has a capacity of about 1,000 bushels of corn. Total cost, in cluding lumber, labor and hardware, will be about $50 or $00. From 50 to CO cattle can be fed at one of these feeders. Have slides in the troughs go the amount of grain can be adjust ed to the kind of feed. USING STRAW STACKS. Every Farmer AVIio la ltnlaliiK Small Grain Una This Itntlier AVeluUty Problem to Solve. If he U a good farmer he will not allow the stack to stand and rot dow n. Aside from waste, there is nothing about a farm more unsightly than old straw piles. A neat and energetic farmer does not have them, lie llnds a use for all the waste on his farm, riu! therein lies the secret of success. There is wealth and prosperity for the man who utilizes all the waste. The woy to use straw is as a feed, lly the usual method of stacking, its value as feed is very soon destroyed, however. It is the common practice to put the boys on the straw pile when threshing. F.uch a thing os stacking the straw to keep it iii rarely thought of. The only Idea In to get it away from the machine o that the threshing may progress as fast os possible. Well preserved, bright straw fed to cattle as a rough feed would prove of great value. It would prove of great value, alo, In the construction of sheds. A shed made by piling straw around and over a framework of posts and poles is much warmer than any shed that is made of lumber. A lean-to made of straw, facing the south, where tho chickens can run and scratch on the warm days of winter, will more than pay for the trouble of making it in the number of eggs laid. As a bed ding for cattle and liorses, it can lime no superior. It readily absorbs the liquid manure, which is the most valu able part, and Is usually lost. It is thus converted into a most valuable fertilizer if hauled directly from the barns to the fields. Nothing is nhen lost. J. L. Irwin, iu Agricultural L'plt omist. IMntttlnu Corn for Mince. "The Michigan experiment station bulletin nays: For the fcilo the corn innv will be planted in drill about three and a half feet apart und with tho kernels from two to six inches upart in the low. In a very wet sea ton a, heavier crop may be harvested from plots drilled with a grain drill, every tube rowing, but th. greater jield of protein uud other nutrients was found in our experiments to be In the crop planted with 1cm seed pT acre. INCUBATOR CHICKS. It Is Less Trouble to liaise Tbeui Tha It Is to Hon After a Lot of Kettlua liens. Illessings on the man who first In vented the Incubator. It seems little ihort of marvelous how these wooden machines (when intelligently man aged) will hatch chickens i perfect ly. They really have a better start in life than the chicks the old hen hatches, for the very simple reason they have no lice. How many read ers have tried hatching ducks in an incubator, I wonder. There is no pret tier sight than one of those wonderful machines full of little ducks when the last ones are out of the shell. The greedy little things begin to "nose around" (with their long yellow bills) for something to cat before they get dry. I hatched three little quails in my machine last summer. After they got dry I tried to put my hand on one of them and he hopped away to the darkest corner, the little fellow didn't want to be "cotched." Some people condemn artificial in cubation. For my part I would rather give the incubator the little care it requires than to run after a lot of setting hens. It is so aggravating to have an old hen stay off her eggs till they are cold, or maybe break half the eggs. Some old hens arc like some peo ple, there isn't much dependence to be put in them. And if you have a good incubator (and I believe the most of them are all right) you can depend on them as money makers. Of course there is more work attached to raising the chickens. So much depends on the person, whether he make n success of the chicken business. Then I think one has to have a love for any work he is engaged in to be successful. Na tional Stockman. HOW TO RENDER WAX. Description of an Effective Son re tractor Invented hy a 1'aclfla Coast Ileekeeper. I melt and cake all my wax in a sun extractor of my own invention, which is illustrated below. It is made of two compartments, both of which have glass lids. The wax to be melted and renovated is put into the top or large compart meut. There is a slatted frame placed on the bottom of this upper box and n burlap sack is placed on top of this slatted frame. The wax FOR F.XTRACT1NO WAX. is placed on this sack. The glass lid is then put on, and as the wax melts it will strain through the sack and run down through the spout into the lower part. A common dishpan sets under the spout to catch the vvax. There is a little water in the pan. The glass will keep the wax hot oil day. If any dirt gets through the sack, it will set tle at the bottom of the hot wax in the pan, and when the wax is taken out, next morning, it will be in the shape of a beautiful cake, while all the dirt will remain in the water. Ily this method there is little bother and no danger of the wax getting on fire and endangering the house. The wax is entirely free from foreign sub stances, and is first class in every re spect. F. K. llrown, iu Agricultural Kpitomist. SAVING COLONIES. llees Tbat Are Apparently Dead Can Often lie Saved bj TaUliiK Tbeiu Into n Warm Itooni. Colonies of bees apparently dead may be found, owing to the unusual weath er conditions exist ing this winter. The A, 11, C of l!ee Culture gives the follow ing: 'Sometimes colonies may run out of stores unexpectedly, and, to all ap pearances, be dead from starvation, the greater part of the bees on the bot tom board and others with their heads in the cells. .Now, if they have not been in this condition more than three or four days, they can often be revived by taking them into a warm room. As soon as they begin to show signs of life, sprinkle them with diluted honey or sweetened water. In the course of two to six or eight hours they will come to life, as it were, crawl up on the combs and be nenrly ns well us if their mishap had never happened. Such cases occur most frequently in the apiary, when the nights are not very cold. Valuable queens may often be saved when but few or none of the worker bees can be resuscitated; for it is a strange fact that the queen's ten acity of life is greater than that of any of the workers. "In my earlier experiences I was try ing very hard one year to winter iry whole opiary, of 4S colonies, without any loss. I did it, but one of them came so near being lost that it was saved only by the above treatment; therefore, friends, don't be in a hurry to decide that a colony is lost irre trievably." Lime as a Plant Food. There is one kind of plant food that gives good results on all soils; it en ters into the composition of nil plants and it is cheap, yet it is not given a place in the list of fertilizers. It is lime, and it is well known to farmers ns a valuable and useful agent for promoting utility. l!ut farmers who use lime should not omit fertilizers, ns lime does not take the place of manure or fertilizers. It should bo upplied in the fall, but It is riot too late to give the land a light dressing of lime in the early sprioff. It will show good effects on both heavy and I'ght soils. . HATTER OF DOUBT. The Train Dor Knew People Pretty Well, Hut He Had a Guess ' Coining. "One day lat fall," said a vi-lV known Montana man, "I was ruling on a train iu my state and got to he on pretty fair terms with the train hoy lv buying a few of tlie thing lie had to kell. It wan not a very formal kind of a train, and when the boy bad tihUhi'd hi round' he came over to tit with tue and 'chin a hit,' a he mud. I wan willing enough, ns he was a fcliarp lad fttid th ere a nohody else to talk to, and he went right at thingn. " M)c you know,' he aid, 'that I can tell hy looking at a man mighty near what he is. Now, there'n that fellow over there in tho corner; he' a Chicago drummer. I can tell him by the way he lets hi money go and the flip style h" has when lie talks to people. And that (hap over there with the nlk hat on, he's a preacher from a country town, I'm dead sure, and I'll go ask him if you ay so.' "1 didn't say mo, because I didn't care a continental, and the boy went on with his dc Mription of the people on the train. At l.it I aked him what he thought I was. I had on a pretty tlahy suit of ijght atutf and an thinking I was looking pretty well, so I was willing to rik the boy's venture, lie looked me over for a full minute very carefully. " 'Well, he Raid, at last, 'you've got a sloo of money, but I ain't dead sure w hether you are a cattleman or a gambler.' " Wash ington Star. THE BOY WAS BENEFITED. His Parents Had n Fnlllnv Out and He Cam Out it 'Winner In Consequence. "The other nf'crnoon," said the man in the Iwx ollice of a theater, "a boy came t.i me and said: 'Are these any good?' and I took from him two front row seats for that night which had been torn into a hundred pieces or o, and then cleverly pasted to gether ogain. Oh, yes, my child, 'but how did thi strange accident happen to the tickets!' The boy replied: 'Why. pap.i came home with them last night, and showed them to mamma, and he seemed to be in such a good humor somehow that mamma thought it would be a good time then to tell him how she owed over $100 for provisions. She told him of it, but he got so mad that he said that every night now he wouldn't come home till after 12 o'clock, and he told me for Heaven's rake, when I got married, to look out for a rensible woman. All the time mamma laughed, and he was getting madder, and so he said he wouldn't go to the theater with him, after that, and he tore the tickets np and rushed out somewhere alone, lie ain t back yet, either, but mam ma don't care. I picked up the piec es oil the carpet and pasted them together, and if vou'll exchange the tickets for matinee ones I guess I'll come down on Saturday with some other fellow and take in the how.' I gave other ticket to the candid kid, and he walked away very well pleased with him self." Philadelphia Hccord. Our Iiic-route of I inanity. Much discussion has been aroused lately by the alarming increase of insanity. Our high rate of living is the cau.-e aligned, in the rush for money, both men and women neg lect their bodies until the breakdown comes. The best way to preserve health i by a faith ful use of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. Ity curing all stomach ills, this remedy prevents nervous breakdown. It is also an excellent medicine for constipation, dyepepsia and biliousness. Tint So Sure. At a dinner in Kottingdcan lately, a royal academician stated to the company the c u rious fact that sugar and Mimac are t lie only two words in English where mi is pro nounced shu. There was much interest shown in the discovery, when Itudyaid Kip ling was heard from the other end of the table: "Hut. are you quite ture!" Chi cago Chronicle. From Ilrtliy In the Illicit Chair to grandma in the roc ker (JrainO is good for the whole family. It is the. long-desired sub stitute for colfee. Never upsets the nerves or injures the digestion. Made from pure grain it is a food in itself, lias the taste and appearance of the best cofTcc at 1 the price. It is a genuine and scientific article and i come to stay. It makes for health and strength. Aek your grocer for drain (). W nu It Suicide f Hrakeman The trainlxiy dropped dead in the baggage car a few minutes ago. Conductor Toor fellow! Heart trouble, I suppose. "1 don't think so. He had. one of his own cigars in his mouth at the time." Chicago Kveniug News. f 1,000,000 In 1.1 Yen rat Head the story of the Million Dollar Pota to, also of Itape, Itromus, Speltz, 3 eared Corn, etc., all great money makers for the farmer, in .lohn A. Salzer Seed Co.'s, La Crosse, Wis., catalog. Send 10c. postage for same and 10 rare samples of farm seeds, largest Vegetable Seed (jrowcrs in the United States. Ik I amy Itto Homo Seekers' Incursions. The Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Koute are now running a series of excursions to the West and Southwest. Tickets on sale March Cth and 2th, April M and 17th, at very low rates. Maps, fold ers, time cards and illustrated pamphlets on the various states mailed free on application to II. C. Townsend, (J. P. & T. A., St. Louis. To the Northwest. Take Wisconsin Central Railway trains, leaving Chicago from Central Station, Park Row and 12th street, I -ike Front, for St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duluth. Nearest ticket agent can give you further in formation, das. C. Pond, (. P. A., Milwau kee, Wis. She (after the proposal) "You know papa is not rich." lie (philosophically) ''Oli, well, I'd rather take Lis chances than mine." Harlem Life. Lane's Fninllr Medicine. Moves the bowels each day. In order to Ik? healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures akk head ache. Price 23 and uOc. Liars should make it a point to carefully cultivate their memories. Rain's Horn. To Cure n Cold In One Das Take laxative P.romo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails tocure. 25c. The proper size for a larv individual is exercise. Chicago Daily News. Piso's Cure is. a wonderful Cough medi cine. Mrs. W. Piekert. Van Sulen and Jtithe Aves . Hrocklyn. N. V., Oct. 20, '01. ... ... Wee are the people the Rushmc n. Yale Record Portify Feeble Lungs Against Winter with Hale's Honev of llnrr hound and Tar. i'iWs Toothache l)rops Cure in one minute. A NOTED JUDGE SAVED BY PERU (lad Catarrh lllm Years AH Doctors Failed. HON. (iKOKt.'E KiniSTKX, OF (III('A(iO. Hon. (5 eo. Kcrsten, n well-launvn Justice of the Peace, of Chicago, says: " TtU5 aff Ikied tuith calarrh for nine years. My catarrh was heated chiefly in my head. I tried many remedies without oruait. I applied to several doctors, but they were not able to cure me. I learned of the remedy, Pcruna, through the daily newspapers. After taking the remedy for Id weeks I was entirely cured. I consider my cure permanent, as it has been two and a half years since I was cured' Any man who wishes porfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Ca tarrh is well-nih universal; a limn-1 om nipresent. Pcruna is the only absolute safeguard known. A cold is the begin ning of catarrh. To prevent colds, 1o cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of its victims. Pcruna not only cures catarrh, but prevents it. All families hhouhl provide them n'lves with a copy of Dr. Hart man's free book entitled "Winter Catarrh." This book consists of seven lectures on ca tarrli and la grippe delivered nt The Hart man Sanitarium. It contains tho latest information on the treatment of catarrhal diseases. Address Dr. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio. MAItt'll AMI AI'lMf Are Hie Most DUiiurecHliIc Mouths of the enr In the .orlh. In the South, they are the plcasantcsl and most agreeable. The trees und shrubs put forth their buds and l'oweis; early veg etables nnd fruits are ready for e at in, and in fact all nature seem. to hive awakened f rom its winter sleep. The Louisville & Nah ville Railroad Company rea lies the (larden Spots of the South, and will on the iiit ant third Tuesdays ot Much and April sell round trip ticket. to all principal points in Tennessee, Alabama, (Jeori a and est Flor ida, at about half rates. Write for particu lars of excursions to P. Sid Jones. J). 1'. A., Ala., 111. in charge of Immiration, Kirmimrham, A or J. K. Ridgely, N. W. P. A., Chiei:L-o, Map Tuzzle I'ducator. j Is Iowa as large as Maine? Which U the , Pan Handle State? What state is bounded j by four strarght lines? Thc.-.e and many other question relating to the geography , of our own country answered by the i.tap j puzlc sent out by the Chicago (Jreat We-1- ; ern Railway. It is a directed map of the j United Slates printed on heavy caidhoard j and the puzzle consists iu Hitting the pieces j together so as to form a complete map. It will be found interesting and instructive to old people as well as young. It will bf sent to our reader sending 10 cent to 1'. II. Lord, !. P. and T. A., Chicago (Jreat Western i Railway, Chicago, 111., ia;irl: envelope "Puz zle Department." - To CnllrornU ;HcKiy ami eiiituori uht Via Chicago. Union IVeilic and North Western Line "The Overland Limit id" leave Chieago daily G:. P. M., arrives San Kraneco the alteiiu-oii of third day, and Los Angeles next looming. No change of car'-,. All meals i;i dining cars. J'.iitTct, smoking and librarv cars, w it h barber. " I he best f everything.'' "The Pacilio llpr(s" leave Chieago daily 10:."0 P. M., with liist classand through tourist sleeper to Califor nia. Personally conducted ( -nt sions e very ThuiMlay. All agents sell tickets ii Chi cago V North-We.-tern R'y. I'or full in formation arid il!utiated pamphlet applv to W. R. Kui.-kcrn, ITi Fifth ave, ChicagoIll. The International A (Iri'at Northern rail way are sending out a m.ip'of Tex is, Mex ico and surrounding territory that is an e x cellent production of the map engraver's art, both artistically and geogiaphieally. The map is made on an unusually large sc ale, and is as near pe-rfee t ns to detail as it h pos fiblc to make it. Mr. I). J. Prier, gem ral passenger and ticket agent of the sy teiu. at Palestine, Texas, is sending copies of this map to anyone w ho asks for it and en closes seven cents in stamps to pay postage. - Corns are r.lout the cniy thing- that will pure a young man of the small hoot habit. Mlliott's Magazine. V3 m JO Of SJCW IfE Kevcrsillo LlNENE" Collars & Cuffs Stylish, convenient, economical; made of line ciotli, und finikhrd In pure ttarch on ixith sitrt alike Turn down col lrs sre revrr sililr ami give double service. Ko Laundry Wcrle Wl.cn toilrj !i;.arl. Ten collars or tlvs pairs of cuffs, 25c. Jv rtiu'f, joe. SrnJ c. in Kt.mips for sample collar or pair of cutis. N.nria sio nnd tvl. REvrssiiiLn roLLA rt co.,rnt.i. boston ,-.. pv.'JfrffWc'y'VT-f J4''l 6WUA l lt I KpeUi Whit Is 111 1st luff tells. rlr.-i Id Ii. green C.5llii tonSy Ralur'i fr. U are Warrantee! to frsdaes. .l.lou I.uthrr. I T i"r tMilhi! h t ; in.oluc .-it. it.ti. I. I In I iiuO:: J. Hrl lr. i i vti, nil., Ii.imh nri-: i.Ttj"7, IWii'j. Vitn . Iir rr.ln :'.0lu.b. S!r r r... If f.ni .Inula wtltp Oirm. wlMof! i.(MO Li'W cu.ioni'H. b' n -f a i II mii. on trial 10 DOLLARS WORTH TOR lOo. I) k.- lif rnr firm .r N, Mull Iluth, th I ttrtl ' it.ilni-u i 'i Iiii.Ii. foo.l til l uii key ro sli.it mh tin 1 h I t. I.rnmun luvrmla r.-ul.-.l on i ll,; S'tlt.r ,af f. i tiring u I rit, l-i' ikIim( pur mm h Hum. I nut mi I r I Cil.n?. I. Illn i v.t hairr-r e.rrnC Million Hollar oluln, !l luiilt-l l'-r Ii. !..!! rtn-.lt' t lr worth Jlti In c "''!. Kl I'mtlm tl.lll) btil. uud . MM, .1 I Ms 4yZ12 ruio i cit. v it h TfttrxXW.'0, - I lOf. to Sa!rr. It Curs Conbs rolds. Croop, t.iro Tlirest. Infla onts, Whoopinj Conrh, Bronrhitis snd Aithma. A rertiis evrs for C"r. sumption in frit rtj;ra. snd s. ur rhrf in arlvnnred stnfps. Utonf. To'l will th ttcd'ent fTrrt sftrr Ukinff, thi) frit elo. Hold by dlrs svrjnbie. I'rioo, 3 ssdoU esU pr treJe. W. L DOUGLAS S3 Se. 3JiO SHOES JJA'o?. ft Wcrth $4 to $G comDired x wun oiner maKcs. 1 Xln-Jorsr-tl lv eurr I J ,oex,OUO wen i era. iy Thf rrmulne hav V. 1 -.3 l 'oiiKi.iv n.ima na rr'0 "1 tamr-i on hoftnni. lake fji no suli'.ntiito l iimcrl to t f" ps pito'l. Vtir ilelcr j I shouKl krm tlxrn if W ';,i,-'('(iit, nnd wi'ltli fiT i- ui i nniii:l CClMtYt'lJ - not, we will sm.l a psir Vv,-- V. lfitr.i for tarii.iu''. Suite kind of lealher. lain or r.ip lor. eat. Ires. HOE CO., Brockton, t4tm lEllll's Corts nil Thront C1 I.utifc AtTections. mum svnm Ves sure Dr. flu.Ts J!!s iute Ih rrw'u. 7m, lofor&t. A MARVELOUS If n I D HP for everyone rvTywbri. Hums greso Unr: I onit iflvr I l rnmlle mit 31 tiotir. A iMl-r liirtit than iras r fl irlitir t 'tit ii t'cr tlm n oil . Wc have iv- i y Itnpron-tii.Tt ami any Mm run llulil It. ( ily. Vil.mo nil. I lioine-a ran turn liU'lit Inlo day. li.-iriflint Is e-iiorruoiik. As lor cuT.iIi.jmhv hkI gti la MnniH I'ViTtdht-m. I'avtiii m AMif.rir l.le.-lir i n . Jlo 0, CANTll.N. OHIO. J From tVu,5 Factor, to USER. ONE Profit. Onr High ar mici.ua r-rwlng flliwlilwe liaaall U I i-lo-Lul linprosw taenia, niHstwKury All-6-moiit aui Acotiwof-ira, with rtmlrocf ouk or wal nut ca!in-t. I(uriiiliw1 won lli laifstt Imrrovy! Al'lOMAlin e r L r 'lllhr AUlNO KlllrT. 'i IX. II j om iaofUMinl the dbulll it ehrts.lxl rrmiy for aarvtr. In 1 1- 1. 1' A hmm thn aalraS TAIOM P. ABeiwoil nortlilN Wl.tULU. and a COM! LVnl: MS of ts-t Mrrl allnrh.mrnta, mrofully IwrlifHl in a handnma VI'.I.V ITT liud ca. Haitttil ot tn ir.arhlnts, wrulirr wrapp4 and rratrd. la atxMiS HJIba. It lhiiiml t f rvt-clim rnta. Tl friM will vwrnira Immh tin) within SO milt-oof Chtrauo. 1Ua caliinnt worV U ornsmnf nl. the rrvtn ilrawrra and cow. r iM-tnn HAND CAKVKIi nnd liitil.ly ftoii hod. bavln tha hvy NlOIvKJy-l'f.A'IUll Ion ii brawrr I'ulln. ate. I'jich ruarhlrin U rarvfull trted tfor Inavina our tartory. A M KLHA kaIo to ua nMina a nrw f rirnd and it for .wlll.l h, llil. rr-rhln with xaintim'lnn r rivllncn. Intsr loint In th I'. K. on iwceiitot rii.etO wttii or.ler. i'ruw of Q-diaaar ttnrhlno, r.l rnmil'-tn, l I -l.tf ."V. OIKH'KINU I'AT.Maieil t'.ot J.000 lllnatrattrrl Pmi will Ixt Krit irrHii on rrswii't of 16 er-nla, which !) port of aiirwM tlnrirrf. und will Lt rwlundad oi rwtwittof frt orlt-r. Tina uatnlntriM nns wholMMtl rlrwanu tV KliV 1 HI N yi J.AT. l.AUaj.d VHU LatablUhed JOHS M. SMYTH ., - )7. IstO-lGO W. Madl-oa HI., Onler by this No, 1111. t lilt Alio, ILL. ruBtoinT for oir prn.ri'l linn of L t ll 1 II 1 NC von F.AT, 'l-"All and t'i-SKi t ln?nf or" wa rn n ptTorl to awl f It on a rlo-w. i.tarvln rml lully e.l A HAM r.r. It Costs You Nothing Extra To patronize the personally conelucted excursionn to Call- jornia via me hanta i c Koute. A special conductor is em ployed by the Kailroad Com pany, to make its patrons comfortable. Detail request. of i t it Mi it it it service (,'iven oa J it v it it it T. A. GRADY. l!anni;-r eallfornla Tonrlt Brrvtrr, The Alttiison, Topeks & Santa Te Railway, 10") Adams Street, Chicago. INCREASE m crops Kvrrv fitrnief r, X hHllur Iim It n a m Sr few acres or hn- , d rutin, can niake larger crops ir tie will mow bis grain rminnti 4 BpiSSlS, uHn U U 11 J .- i v i .v -.-.-, -v " j olx -voD.fi Anwar Jr'vfJlC fit It sow. rrrmoinl- l' "! s,':, ii. ?" Fs 1 rally, nniriiriiiiy t tZ an l.oiir uf any llnif. 1'iiyiforltr.Hf In ifn. Kor 9U yraia T II has ln-n ir.i-i.ifiilr.-tt a fironv rinM AnwdT If jour ilend-i- won't luriil.li II , aitarr- iiieiliP.f.I. fUM lA. V. Antrim. S. II. Excursion Rates toWcstcrnCanada Wm and artlculars at to how to Rwiire HUt arres of Ihw Ik)kV Wheat (rowing laud em tho conllrrnt. ran I ui acuril en nin lloallon tolhn Hiiin'rliiU'rHent of Itiiinluratl.in. llnva, Camilla, or tho UDilor aiirntMi. Hit'flallf eon-tlu-u-d r tcuralons will lt-nv ret. 1'aul. Minn., ou tlif first and Inlrd Tuesday In fix Ii month, rand st rinlltr low rtil- on all llio-n of railway arr Ix-lnil ntiotcd for fioursloio liavlr-ir Ht. I'u( on MarrU cinllv low rau- on !! of railway am leln iih. and April 4th. for Manitoba. Asr,lnllml. has aaKhcwiin uml Allx'rta. K. I'KIU.K V. hunt, of I in migration, Ottawa. Canada, or to J. It HOI 'i II 1 e IN. i;:.l Monadrita k lllk., Cliloatio. Ill l T. t. ( IHII1I':. !Stftua I'oli.t. Wli , M. V. Me lNNKH. No. 2 Merrill Uik.. ntroll.. I. I.. ('A v r.v. Ooluninua. Ohio, iiiidjAMIseiltlKVK.Ktrlnnw. Mich i N. IUH t llol.oM r.w, .'4l fii ti Mri-fl. Ilea Moines, lows Ifi. T llol.Mts, The II iti'x, Iiitllunapolia, Ind. GREGORY'S SEEDS avs heiriuveurs me iaToriwi tc--rt ,( yftriih Tirnetlrftl enrtlencra Vt&1?t?i'-., -r..- torn f ctttiilonuo OeBcrltroa all vsv Y&rrU'lWn. Hentl for It. J. J. II. GUI liOKY JL SOX, Marble bra.l, SIsis, with fllsirniMritf stuff etmstantlj fall In a from font liostrH Intu lunr throat' One tmokct of IHC, Ol I.MAN M OUN CATAHIill HXI FK :'IIKwlll rrt jou rlne wli Ii yourself and tbw mini thn world, ft.i.i In AOearid Ml oarketa. tend Ine. A. OILMAN. OOIU Jae-kaon Ave., CliKauo. 111. TO FAIL! II NEVER IB !10 KNOWN IVr. Williams' Indian Tils I 'iritim-iil will cure III Ind. Ml ! Ui if und Itcblna l'IU-. It absorbs th I umort, allays tho lu-b-1 nil a l onro, arts as 0 toiiitirsn ai?c instant ra lef. rrt'iard for I11a and Uthinuof the rttrat uurtv. At driitrni'isor tr mall on reelpt of prion, fit fx-nta and VI.4M. WILLIAMS MKU. CO., ITOps., tLltVlLANU. UUt'X r.ri'fcOO KW MSCOVKKTi Riven rnfr-D. fre nuli k relief and cures wortl IIim.U of tetlmrtlala ami 1 4' trralnirnl ir. II. II . UltKKN b urt. HusU, Atlanta, Uv RHEUMATISM with Itnrelo'a Ithenmaitlw TitHleta. Not sold by dealrra. m-m by mall br llorli Mfg. Co., Hblneluuder. Wis. & boaee, SI.OO. IVANTMH: (lb ls,Iloynnl Women to cam UleTtdea. Mne and Premiums. Wrlie for f rea catalogue. MAKTiN A CO., Alfra., Iowoll, Ullil, HAMlSOMK rantaln en rts. mnnejor at amps. Ilaral-U. ttri. prrtrttli. Kf btol. Saiurirllaa (waraa lr4 ar natii-r rr(aJJ. I'arr rrlallj (a., r-aa, . T, UKADKRM OF TIIH TAPKri )K.vUIN'.J TO lli;V ANYTHING AIVi:UTIKI) IN ITS COLI MN.H rillOl LU INSIST l'lON HAVINC) WHAT TIIKY ASK Foil. ItKH'.SlNO AM. ft.'liSTlTt.'TKS OU IMITATIONS. A. N K.-A 1BO0 WritS rfflttlt All ILbt lAllS. Dcst Conuh yrup. Tajt-a Gtd. lM In tlmM. Hild ny nniptrlMa, Ma?aiiLMa II j msskk V,A IROH MOUNTrim K9UTE Tha World's Banltarlum and A 11-Tear-lion nd plwaaur Uaaort. reached only la thla Una. Elesant Iiotalai Rublltna Bcnrfi Da'.lfhtral Cllmatat llaallnc Hot "prlDf . Pullman Buff at Blnaplns Cars, without rhanff. from St. Ixrala. Hadutsad Bound Trip Itatos all yaar round, from all coupon polnta In tha TJ. 8. and Canada. wrTor deaerlptl and lllnstraed TsmpMt, writs Company's aranea. cr If. V. TOWN'srNU, Oanaro. i-aaaanger aad Tlokat Affant, BT. LOUIS. AlO. TflDlirCnilD ClPnCU CCCfiC IU fVFRY WflllP IW THP rnil UTR V " r'fr"f fr'1 esrdanafwta, folllWna-li. at latlian4elnr.baataar frown, that will cmw In any tf. . eHma'a and C VB IU I LAVk UUII VnilWall UkkUil III a. I Will liwiiib la I ill. www il l II l YOU Flir.U luarrli'iitwol ktiiTMk.iatii. t'ut out UHn 'ii'rnw.itKtui tni 1 1 ri, 1 1 ru wau a n i m na. ii., or V rla, 4 A nir. pr.r.i'.-J irriaa i fro n laovwr t.w aua wtwui i iiaiai..JP II ..aa.iw tmym.m., r-j ir ra want ani r ao. iiaii.. ani ti' intiwiit r-i'i r.iiirt iuo r mr, n-ni f ti itn fiiint iii tMii nautili nuiii r iu r. mi iwihi ritno niai f! I I'ka. (wm 1'w.w. 1 tki. Owwrt iim hiring IWtana. I I k-. Kl.la' flpn Wat i uinioii, 1 .w Mai Ma Main ui.n Ii li u uili..i ( m! l. a. I t-. t , r.w ( it r.n J ink ina'on, I k. liuiiik, I Si', lit IIikimii 'vui. ii, i ifc I nr., a i op Turuls I I ka. Lwl eilii.sft in .on. 1 pkkl, llxllow Crown t antopa, I I kj i.t.rl l-m Hearli't Uadtaii, I Ti ys. Knli! Ciiffl rars.l pit". C!trr, I P-- l lirn,l f ! r rrm h Hrai.l faal. I. mi irCP lab. lk wnmreer fVneiMH- r-.inin.h. I I kr. -'r II ,.t Turnl-. ise. " i . larly Willi lot 7n aan4 I re j ?i5 tr:rr iizz TIIISKNirK jr'itxjja With It No 77 S. M. 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