The Chandler News. (Chandler, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1895 Page: 4 of 4
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MORE SERIOUS TROUBLES FOR
' " For four yearn I have been a constant Of-
ferer. My bead ached from morning till
night. After trying everything I could think
of, the only thing that gave me any relief was
to keep my head
bound with a cloth
to keep the air from j
•trikingit. The nasal '
passages of my head |
and my throat were
very sore and gave J
me intense pain, ex-
corrupt matter. I
WuS told that the
-' weight of my hair
was the cause of my tr«.uMe, and I had It <* it ,
off; but this gave me no relief. Heading about this bill ou^ht to b • put thniu^h^b"
a lady •tmllsrly afflicted who "as cured by
PAliTY Openham'i foroljfn policy,
I All 1 1 • I for example, has grunt originality,
but It certainly cannot bo Haul to Ihj
an imitation. Ah tho Gorman did
with tho camel, ho has evolved it
from his own consciousness.
dairy and poultry.
Dairy Schools.—At the present time
special courses In dairying are provid-
ed in the agrlcultuial colleges of Wis-
INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR
OUR RURAL READERS. *
Grave Dangers That Would I'ollow the
I'aMage of the Currency Hill I lie
Future of the Ke| ul>llcan l'arty—
Free Trade Democrats.
Tho New York Tribune urgoa tho
pressing necessity of preventing tin
passage of tho now currency bill and
])oints out tho dangerous ovlls that
would result if it beoame a law:
It Is sheer nonsense to argue that
ilow Successful Farmers Operate This
Department of the IfmnesteaU Hints
as to the Care uf Live Stuck and
Hood'* Sarsapnrllla, 1 began to take it. Be-
fore I had taken one bottle I felt greatly hn-
proved, and at the end of three bottles was en-
tirely well. I now weigh 940 pounds, which
Is a gain of 10 pounds in three months."
Mas. Makt A. White, Franklin, Indiana.
tion and tone tho itomaeh. Try them. !ir c.
HIonoN * iti00on, Solicitors of
I'atent*. Times lllilff. Kansas ClTV,
M<> Fend for llmtk, Kr^e of Charge.
cause tho treasury in in trouble Tho
fact is that the treasury i* in trouble
because this dangerous bill in pond mor<
ing. Its passage would not in the
slightest respect remove tho dangers
of the treasury, but would
in all probability Increaso them
greatly. This is obvious when it is
considered that the new bill, while it
does not formally require national
banks to change their basis of circu-
lation, does expose them to such un-
fair ami destructive competition by
state banks that they would bo most
consin. Minnesota. Iowa. Pennsylva-
nia, Indiana. Vermont, New York.
Maine knd Michigan. Of these states,
Wisconsin devotes entirely to dairying
a 940,000 building and equipments.
New York a $30,000 building, Minne-
sota one costing about 5 000, Iowa
i 84,000 and Indiana 31 -r 00. These dairy
schools contain the most economical
j and modern equipment for conducting
I the work of a home dairy, creamery or
! butter factory. The idea is to famil-
I iarize the student with the theory and
dairy work room or laboratory
The course of instruction in the dairy
school is not narrow. The work ex-
tends much beyond a direct considera
number of instructors is not limited tc
that period. So cess, that is, as to selling butter? one, but to each subject even, in some
shall keep things A.—I have not. I would say that tho cases, is a special instructor demoted.
What the Pepublle-tiis Will Do.
Some of the late exotic allies of tho
late Democratic party have been
chirping out questions as to what the
Republican party intended to do, and ;
have been issuing shrill demands that s®uin« nutter.
wo should defln'3 our policy. Ixft me j |^on*eneed from Farmers' Heview Stenogra
tp'-tlt what I said on this point dur- phic l.'eport of I«>■ <. a IJ.iiry Convention 1
ing the campaign. Wo have got con- Mr. John Ooldsworthy of Burnshle
trol of tii<- kouw of representatives, ipoks on tlMQiisstlon oi selling butter pflnelplw in the lecture
and that is all we have got for the by co-operation. The pith of flls ad- practically apply the.si
next two years. The senate will l>o dress was that co-operative selling les-
evenly divided : tho president will be j sened the cost of disponing of It. Dis-
Democratic. We* shall prevent any Hussion took place as follows:
more assaults on our industries, any Q.—Have you gone far enough into
more juggling with our ilnancos, any the subject to develop a plan of selling tion of milk, butter and
zy legislation by the Demo- by which it will be a permanent sue-
p *]pHE U. S. Government Chemists liave
reported, after an examination of the Wi
ffo different brands, that the R0\'AL Bak-
ing Powder is absolutely pure, greatest
in strength, and superior to all others.
'M * <#
JyA ROYAL DAKING POWDER COMPANY, 106WALL fiT.HSW-YOfW. ^^ cVJ
Has lleen E>er Since.
An Eye to the Future.
Housekeeper Considering how much Tajfleigh—I wonder who started the
I've dono for you, 1 think you might adage, "Time is Money?"
saw some wood before you go.
Tramp—I'd lik* to obleege yeh, mum,
VAflte arjH, i. c,
KaatniaaUOtt and Advice h i«> I'atentsl.lllt.v <>f
Invention Sond for " Iuvmi' m' Unldr,.«>■-Ilow
a raMBt •' patsi:: CTASUir • •
DIRECTIONS for usbip
a pariklc of the Halm well
up into the mmtrile. After
a moment draw u at ron j
breath through the niter.
PlM thrre time* a tiny, af-
ter nienle preferred, ami
ILY'S CREAM BALM U|>rp
Km I I'aMac-i, Alia* • l«ii
the Bores, protects the Mi
Store* tho Senses uf Ta*t«
quickly abtorbod aud glve«
A particle U applied Into.-;., h nostril anil Uagref
able, prlro 90 Ofnis at I' rii(richt« or l-y mall.
ELY BROTHERS, 60 Warren St., New York
powerfully influenced to abandon the ^olng to l>o tho responsible party in
national system, sell their bonds and power before tho 1th of March, 1*1)7.
organize under tho new bill as state |t would Ik unwise and wrong in
banks. 'This would leave them free my own opinion to occupy our time In
I to continue the circulation of notes of tho next congress by presenting sam-
less than $10 each, while as national j ,,i0 bills on this subject or on that, or
banks this most profitable part of their (,v passing acts designed merely to
I circulation would b«5 withdrawn. The ,)Ut tho other party in tho hole, nono
change would save them from two (,f which could liecomo li law and tho
ratio party during
far as In us lies wt
•toady and try to give business a plan should be something like this:
chance. That is all we can do and compan3r would be organized with 200
that is all that wo propose to under- shareu at a par value each of $.10 per
take. There are som" people who share. This would make a capital of
either now or later will invito us to 910,000. A part of this,say 20 per cent,
present sample tariff or sample cur- should be paid up at once. A board of
roticy bills. In such nonsense as that . directors would have the management
1 hopo and believe tho Republican 0f the business. Of course we would
I tarty will not indul
1 but think how often the wheel of for- '
! tune turns over in this country,
i "What has that to do with it?"
j "Everything, mum. My grand-
. 4. .. . . . ! children might get rich, and then it
given much attention to th.-.r .pecia! woulJ be B0 "much pk.a.santer fcr tl.lm
branches, such as justiucs one in term-
ing them experts.
These teachers, be it understood, ar
not mere theorists, but men who have
Wagleigh—The first pawnbroker.
Polite stranger (making room foi
Billson at the car door)—After you sir.
Clubby Bll son—Clood Gawd! ^ ou
don't say. Which creuitor do you rep
Ego and Fat I'rodim ino Food.—Nc
thrifty farmer's wife will allow pul-
have a secretary, treasurer and general lets to be killed for the table. Are you
manager. The latter officer should re- raising pullets for egg producers? And
side in Chicago and have the principal are you raising all as thoroughbred
management of the business. stock for breeding purposes? Then
Mr. Wilson — Does it not resolve itself bear this in mind: Feed to secure rapid
Into an ordinary commission business? growth in bone and muscle, avoid fat.
Now, I think that the general experi- The corn and fat rations should be
ence of co-operative selling has not only to secure a juicy condition, with
beet! a success. In other words, it has only mall lines <>f fnt along under t.| <
to be able to say their grandfather was
a gintlemau o' leisure than to have to
admit he was a wood sawyer."
I taxes amounting to I on their
| entire circulation, which state banks
would not have to pay. It would offer
I tho chance by convenient arrange-
discusslon of which would only agitate
and injure our l>usiness,and Industrial
been found that co-operative
panics do not co-operate. Whether
they can be made to co-operate
skin. Muscle forming
InturoatB. If sudden exigencies should anoth ue8tion Wu have tried eo.
--l.se during the n, xt year the Kepub- | „p(.ration in hundred diffe
monts with itnte officials to got Im.-k li. u,,H can Im. rolled upon to meet theni but havi) n()l vl.t ,irrivetl at u successful
into thoir own keeping- as state de- In u broad spirit ami to subject par- way of doing it. They have made a
posits at least a part e thor.ai an.ee ti.unship to putriotiun, as they did ,Preat 8ucel.ss of co.0.)eration in Kng-
BEST IN MARKET.
BEST IN FIT
DKS1' IN WKAKINO
The miter or tap iole r*
tettdH the wlmlo length
down to tho lifi-l, pro.
te«iiliiK Hi" boot In d!f
ask Yotrn nRALin
and don't b« pat off
Willi Inferior fouda
OOliCHRHTK.lt IlCUOKli CO.
WALTER BAKER 8, CO.
fund of 80 per cent of their circulation
I which the state banks are |>ermlttod
| to plaeo with a state official, who can
j thon keep the fund as ho does other
| funds wherever ho thinks safest and
| best, while the national banks have
to plaeo tholr funds with the treasury.
These aro but part of tho indueo-
| monts which would operate to break
j down tho national system, and to sub-
j stitute notes of forty-four different
] kinds of state banks. One* of enor-
j mous potency it* tho opportunity to tivo measures.
ti /\ ry m lend money on real estate, which in Lodge.
K II ID I some sections would enable tho banks
j to increase their capital and business
almost indefinitely, and, until the
crash comes, their profits iiIho. Tho
men engaged in conducting national
banks are not so entirely different
from others engaged in money lending
that they would shrink from the risks
iwTnd'tn'othcVVurd I attending loans of this character.
, What restrictions state laws may pro-
I vide can only bo guessed from experi-
ence under state banking laws before
tho war, when Democratic money
| brought repeated disasters. Thirty
years under the national system have
I proved that it is eminently wise in its
' restrictions and safeguards, and tho
disposition to overthrow these, and to
rush again into the saturnalia of wild-
cat banking, in not ono which any
sober business man should encourage.
All tho influence which the new bill
would exert in driving banks out of
tho national system, or to subject
them to such competition from less re-
stricted and less taxed state banks,
would operate also to cause sales of
United States bonds which tho banks
now hold. That some would surren-
der circulation at once,should the new
bill be passed, is only too obvious, and
tho sale of bonds by those would start
a fall In the price. Hut the losses
liable to l e Incurred by holding the
bonds too long would then weigh too
powerfully with other banks, and so
so ever} sale would tend to bring
about other sales. It is not this sort
of thing which will restore cou'idence
in tho treasury or prevent withdraw-
als of gold, or render It more easy for
the government to maintain gold pay-
ments. On the contrary, it is only too
clear that tho substitute bill, not less
than tho original, would threaten na-
tional bankruptcy and a profound
, , . . ,| ;/ani nuvvt' aa ui i w-t «perat ion
when they brought about the ro, al ,>nd ,mt n()l jn th[s countr
of the silver purchasing clause of tho
silver act. But unless these unfore-
seen exigencies arise, and there seems
no reason to look for them, tho duty
of the Republican party in the next
congress will be substantially to pass
appropriation bills, prevent mischiev-
ous legislation and agitating debates.
and thon go to tho people and ask
them for tho comploto power which
alone will enable us to pass any posi-
Senator llenry Cabot
it would be a good plan to have A
central place in Chicago where the
butter of a hundred creameries could
be brought to it and given its proper
grade and placed on the market.
Mr. Frost—This is a question that is
d is the eg}
with other occasional feeds of buck-
wheat with say 20 per cent of corn
in winter and 10 to 12 per cent of corn
in spring and summer, until you wish
to fatten, when corn and raw beef—all
they will cat—will make them exces-
sively fat, and the quickest way of any
ration to be nnmed. But this muscle
growing feed builds up the structure
for egg producing work. To do all this
for your fowls is treating them honest-
ly and giving them a chance to pay you
well for the work and feed you furnish
worthy the consideration of both buyers them, and also enables you to si 11 stock
The Lar(;eHt Manufacturers of
PURE, HIGH GRADE
On this Continent, have r«celr#
tom tho great
Industrial and Fooi
In Europe and America.
t'nllkr the Dutch PrortM.lMt Alk«-
II. t or other t'lirinlf«l or llyre are
iineil lii «i>r of their preparation*
... UHBAKFAST COCOA f« abaolntolj
pun and aoluble, anil cotti Uu (Aura one cent a cujt.
SOLO 0Y GROCERS EVERYWHERE.
WALTER BAKER & CO. DORCHESTER, MASS.
W. L. Douglas
CfLirtC 10 THE best.
VL riT for aking.
TRENCH A ENAMELLED CALr.
4*3 Fine Cal/8iI(ang Aim
♦3.SP POLICE,3 SOLES.
s2. * I.7-? BCYS SCHOOLSHOEJ
BROCKTON, .MAS 3.
Over One Million People wear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our 5hocs aro equally satisfactory
They g|v« the best value for the none v.
Thar equal custom ahoca In atyle and fit.
Tholr wearing qualltlea are uncurnaaacd.
The prlcea are uniform,—.-atampeu on aole.
Prom Si to $j saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you can.
Cole's New Domestic
Tho Income Tin in t'ourt.
It remains to bo hooii whotlior tho
courts will uphold tho objections to
tho constitutionality of tho income
tux which aro allegod in tho towt suit
which tins boon instituted at Wash-
ington. Ono of tho most sorious of
thoso objections relates to the provis-
ions roquirlng all corporations to pay
a tax of 2 jH'r cent on their not earn-
ings in excess of ,000, without re-
gard to any dividends piiid out of such
net earnings; and at tho same time
compels tho persons rocoiving thoso
dividends to also pay a tax of 2 per
cent thereon. This is to say tho tux
Is levied twice on exactly tho same
earnings; first as tho earnings
of tho corporation; and, second,
as the income of tho individual
shareholder in the shape of
dividends. This is a clear case of
double taxation. It soorns to afford
valid ground for assailing the un-
constitutionality of tho law. Another
objection of apparently the same vital
import Is that made to the taxing of
Incomes of foreign residents of tho
United States oven temporarily, al-
though tholr incomes are derived
wholly from sources outside of tho
United States. There is no question
about tho positivo injustice and .in-
equality of these provisions. It re-
mains for the courts to decide whether
they aro beyond tho constitutional
power of congress to enact them. It
is doubtful whether tho fact that in-
comes over $-1,000 are taxed, while
those under that sum aro exempted,
constitutes suoh u case «'i unequal
legislation as would come under the
ban of the constitution. — Pioneer
and sellers of butter. It i.sa question of
such magnitude that were we to fol-
low it to its limits we would consume
a week of time. It would have a ten-
dency to bring up the quality of eom-
' inon dairy butter to creamery make,
f If the creameries would all
make extra butter this would
be the best plan that we could
adopt, and I believe that if we had
such a central station the commission
which will not disappoint the pur-
chaser.—Ohio Poultry .Journal.
Tin. Inctiiatoii in Wintek.—From
this time on is the proper period for
using an incubator, as one can learn
before the broiler season comes on.
The hen is an excellent medium for
hatching in the spring and summer,
but as the hens do not sit in winter,
except rarely, the early broiler must
men would all be glad to po there. be |latL.hca incubators, which
where they c- >uhl pet what they bring out ReTl.rai hundred chicks at a
wanted. But my experience has been time aml as u costs but litUo more tc
care for a lar^V* number of chicks
that our creamery butter is not all
extra or even first, as to the bulk. For
this reason I do not believe the plan
would work very well. In the state of
Dakota they started a co-operatiee
selling association a short time ago
and are already quarreling about it. I
believe the commission men are work-
ing in the interests of the creanuyies.
To keep on good terms with their pat-
rons they try to get as high prices for
the butter as possible, for they know
that if the farmer finds he is not get-
ting as much as he might, he will send
his goods to some other man.
To Prevent Contagion.
The Feathered World of London.
England, says that when a contagious
disease appears, say canker, or diph-
theritic roup, to give it its proper title,
whether it be among fowls or pigeons,
the first thing to be done is to isolate
immediately any bird or birds afflicted
with it. Next we have to consider that
many of the others may have contract-
ed It and we must watch for symptoms
and isolate them also promptly. Incase
of doubt it is always best to be on th
than to attend to a hen or two
when the snow is on the
ground the incubator is much cheaper.
Broilers often bring 50 cents per pound
in the height of the season, and the
cost of a pound of chicken does not ex-
ceed 0 cents. We must not omit the
fact, however, that there are other ex-
penses, as well as losses to meet, aud
we will also grant that the hen can
raise her chicks better than it can be
done for her, but not in the wintei
season. An incubator provides work
in winter, and gives an opportunity tc
avoid loss of time by raising early
Hops Crnaheil to Earth
Will rise again lit the Losorn of u dyspeptic
a ; <. o b till.. stltuto for tucpMBtukrtonics,
which Iuito bamboozled him out of his belief
in the possibility of cure, the real inviporunt
end stomaobio Bostetter'e Btotnitob Jitters
The bilious, the nervous, tho dyspeptic, the
noel « elike derive speedy benefit Iron
this hopeful botanic modiolne. Pen mi wf
ferlng from Indigestion will gain no positive
permanent good from tho fiery, unmodicuti'd
stimulants of commrri-e. too often ust«d reck-
lessly. Tho Bitters is immeusuru ily to b<> pre-
ferred to these us ;i tonie, since Its pure buais Is
Ii-odtlleil b> tie' W' '• -netion with il ol \e •• table
ingredients oftfll- l.kh- r n '« •• "«">••«
Mulurla is prevented and re
Wool—Ilow do you mr.nnge always
to pet a seat in the train?
Van Pelt—Call attention to a dog.
tight in the street; during the scramble
I seat myself.
Stars—What a pleasure it is to try 8
friend and find him not wanting.
liars—Never bad any such frit i—
at leust, for long.
balul three time
uedied by it, and it
weak and sickly. A
a day is the average
Ho Wouldn't Do.
Railroad Superintendent — Yes, I
have decided to open a bureau of in-
formation for tho accommodation of
passengers who wish to know about
trains, und I am looking for a good
man to run it.
Applicant -Well, sir, I have been a
railroad ticket agent for a good many
Superintendent—Thon you won't do.
I want a man who is accustomed to
t The annual consumption of tobacco
in the United States is about sixty
.ounces to every inhabitant.
In a recent article on Coffee and Co-
coa, the eminent German Chemist,
Professor Ntutzer, speaking of the
Dutch process of preparing Cocoa by
the addition of potash, and of the pro-
cess common in Germany in which
ammonia is added, says:"The only re-
sult of these processes is to make the
liquid appear turbid to the eye of the
consumer, without effecting a real
solution of the Cocoa substances.
This artificial manipulation for the
purpose of so-called solubility is, there-
fore, more or less inspired by decep-
tion, and always takets place at the
cost of purity, pleasant taste, useful
action und aromatic flavor. The
Lreulfiicnt of Cocoa by such chemical
means is entirely objectionable.
. Cocoa treated with potash or am
monia would be entirely unsalable but
o fcr the supplementary addition of ar-
broilers for market.—Farm and Fire- ' tifieial flavors by which a poor substi-
side. tutc for the aroma driven out into the
* I air is offered to the consumer." The
Fix the Coops.—At this season of j delicious Breakfast Cocoa made l y
tho year an examination will show , Walter Baker & Co., of Dorchester,
many repairs necessary about even the | Mass.. is absolut ly pure and soluble,
best regulated poultry houses. The Xo chemicals, or dyes, or artificial
cracks and crevices must be looked . flavors used in it.
after and carefully closed so as to ex J The n« *t M ay.
elude the chill drafts of winter. Broken Janitor of Flat—Your coal is about
and cracked window glasses should be , out Mr
replaced with new ones, and every- I yan peit_i pot it only last week.
o pay what I
Several Kansas coal companies have
combined in a big corporation with
1 000,000 capital.
In Olden Timet
! People overlooked the importance ol
i permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with transient action
but now that it is generally known
' that Syrup of Figs will permanently
! cure habitual constipation, well-in.
[ formed people will not buy other lax*
| atives, which net for a time, but final'
| ly injure the system.
A He!Il*h Youtll.
111—Although you aro engaged to
mo you don't treat me a bit better thau
you do Dick.
She- Ilow selfish you arcl I'm en-
traced t-o_him too.
South Carolina's rice crop is 70,000,*
Mother (horrified)—What are you
doing with that lighted cigar stump in
* Small Boy—Oh, it's no use. Pop
threw it away.—Good News.
Piso's Cure lor Con?
me many a doctor's
Hopkins Place, Kaltim
Slimpursc (airily)—Aw,mc good man,
is it customary to tip waitahs heah?
Head Waiter (condescendingly)- Not
unless you are richer than the waiter,
fcii\—New York Weekly.
. 2, 94*
Cures Siitety-ei^ht per cent, of nl\
cases of Consumption, in all lis
Although by many be
ltnek to Statn lliink1*.
The ultimate objoct of the Demo-
cratic currency tinkers is to drive the
country back to the old system of
state banks, under which tho value of
note depended very largely upon its
A 1 ron Tra<lo I roeliiimitIon.
The executive committee of th
Democratic party of Minnesota hav
come out boldly ami squarely for froo alirtanw from vlro ooni-oni ihat'lBBuod
trade. In their udriross thoy plant j[_ Hack of all tho tinkering arguing
thomwlvps without remryo or qt.aliH- ,lml
•izing of the currency quacks
cation upon tho most radical oxtrnmo H,,s aotorralnoO and ill-c oncealed
:l with new ones, and every-
fe side and remove any bird thit lhi"f Pnt «h,P sha',e f;,r the cold I Janitor-It had
weather. Don t expect eggs or even burrowet4 before vo t got it.
healthy chickens this winter if you ( yan i>e t Well, here is a dollar, and
provide quarters which make a heavy u cuu run yc.ur anthracite clearing-
overcoat feel comfortable when you ilouse to Slljt yourself.
visit them. If the coops are in an ex-
posed position a coat of tar paper will j State of Oino,^
improve matters, or even a heavy i Frank J. t iikm.y makes oath that hr
banking of dry manure or leave* the senior partner of the firm of F. .T. ('
covered with earth will go far toward j n ^Votimy^auir i?ato
providing protection. Take good cart ti1llt< "aid linn will p«v t
of your chickens and it will be far HUNDRED DOLLARS for
from labor lost.—Farm, Stock and case of
purpose to destroy the present nation-
al banking system und re plaeo it with
a scheme that will unbalance tho ex-
! isting safety and equality of the circu-
lating medium and develop speculation
in bank notes into a nourishing iu-
appears to be ailing, however slightly,
until it is made ci ear that there is noth-
ing the matter. Another important
point is that a diseased bird may cause
others to be diseased by drinking at tho
same fountain. The addition of a little
acidified steel tincture to the drinking
water is a means of making it anti-
septic and at the same time acts as a
useful tonic to the birds. When once
a contagious disease has been present
in a fowl hous£ or pigeonary it is folly
to attempt further breeding until the
place has been thoroughly disinfected.
The birds should all be removed for a
week or two to other quarters. To
disinfect the place, first close it up
and burn sulphur in it, allowing the ; m
fumes to remain in possession for sev- I fore using
eral hours. (Rest to do this at night,
and then it can remain until the fol-
eved to be incr
e .if hundreds
"act that, in nil
Do vou doubt tlia
repotted to in as (
ical Discovery " w<
hundreds of sa
of the free trad'- doctrinaires —upon
the naked principle of a tariff for rev-
enue only, with all its consequences.
Including ,4a direct tax levied as pro-
vided in tho constitution sufficient to
compensate for the tax removed."
This position certainly has the merit V*
of boldness, as the argumont for it has
the merit of logical consistency If noi <irov®r'« clover i* soiia Gold.
of practical plausibility. Tho theory A gentleman in moderate elrcum-
of it is that tho disastrous defeat stances, who took up the occupation
which has been suffered by the Demo- of running for tho presidency al>out.
cratlc party is due to the practical re- ten years ago, und who is now esti-
piuliation by its representatives in mated to be worth $5,000,000, with
congress of the principles of free more than two years of a good job yet
trade declared in the national plat- before him, has little reason to doubt
form of 1892. They have l>eon mon- that this is a country in which any I gizzard of a perfectly healthy fowl
keying with the false gods of pro tee- man can make a living if he is only ontains at all times a generous quan
tion, and tho party which was exalted willing to work for it. This is prob- titv of gravel or grit
to the control of the government in ably the reason why Grover Cleveland
that year on the pledge that it cannot get into his head tho real dis-
tinction between a "pensioner" and a
••pauper."—St. Louis Star-Sayings.
lowing morning.) Then scrape the
j walls, sweep out the floor, and have it
j thoroughly syringed with water con-
I lain ing carbolic acid. Afterwards
I whitewash the walls and resand the
' floor, and after a few days' interval
the birds in quarantine may be re-
j An exchange says that from many
examinations made it is found that the
Better Than w Gnl<l Minn.
Tlalso your own coffee at less than one csnt a
pound. Let lit#h tariff store coffer pro, Tho
poor man's friend and rich man s dellKht. Ma-
tures north or south In four months Plant nny
lime up to the 90th of June; 20.000 farmers sup-
plied and overy one praises it. Has produced
over 0) bushels per acre. Some prefer It to
•tor* coffee. Produces two crops a year in
the south. Lmve packet postpaid UOcts or
enough to plant siuO bills. 50 cts or stamps. Will
make 800 pots of most delicious coffeo, (rood
enough for a ktn«. Is superseding store coffee
as fast as its merits become known. I.nr, <>
catalogue of 60 new varieties of seeds and testi-
monials from pat rons all over the Union sent
free with each order by
C. K. t OI.fr".
^ PISO'S CUR
Pent Cough Syrup.
(•in and Mor.AssF.s.—A Massachu-
setts poultry man ail vises the use of gin
and molasses for cholera. To a pint of
a gill of molasses, and he-
shakes it up well. The
mixture is kept corkcd when not in
use. A tablespoonful is geuerally a
dose. It is also said that there is-
nothing better for fowls that have
traveled on a long journey. It seemc*
t act as a Corrective and preventive
of an;? disease arising f.<>m change ol
air, water and feed. In molting it is
also said to be excellent, and when
ever a fowl appears drooping* from
whatever cause, the gin and molasses,
in nine cases out of ten, will be found
successful. — Ev".
Burying Arri.Es for Winter.
Sworn to beforo mo
presence, this Oth day
h that i
Kit AN lv J.
no and subl
is cured by
\ W. GLEANOM,
Notary Public. !
i taken internally and .
loud and mucous sur- I
t^end for to*timou-
CHI-lNEY & CO..
| Sold by Dn.Kn., , .uv.
I Hall's Family rllli, Wiv
A Modern Knight.
Sweet Girl—Would you risk your
lifo for me?
Lover—Indeed I would.
Sweet Girl—Then get in front ef mo,
nd light your way up to that bargain
The yield of a tobacco farm is said
to be from 000 to 1000 pounds per acre.
Finest in the world in the sunny
Ozarks of Missouri and Arkansas.
Fertile lands for sale cheap on new
road from Kansas City to Gulf of
Mexico. Write to .Tames Donohue,
5th and Delaware Sts. Italian* City,
Mo., for free copy of tho Missouri
and Arkansas Fruitmun and Farmer
containing lists of lands and all in-
formation. Secure valuable lands
quick while they aro cheap id rich
country not infested with blizzards
would extirpate every vestige of the
protective policy, and turn the coun-
try over to tho British policy, and its
commerce and manufactures to the
unrestricted reign of British compo
Hitten OfT More Than They Can Chew.
An extra session of tho now con-
tition, was swept away in a temjjest gross might not be able to pass a cur-
of popular wrath because it did not rency measure that would moot with
keep these piodges. The only thing the president's approval, but it would
now loft for it is to go back to first bo much less likely to blunder in this
principles, appeal to the conscience of or any other direction than tho pres-
the nation, and educate the American ont congress. It is a foregone con-
people in the blessings of free trade elusion that no satisfactory financial
until they aro sufficiently enlightened legislation will be enacted this win-
to call upon tho Democratic party to tor, for tho very sufficient reason that
deliver them from the bondage and the Democratic financiers in Washing
burdens of the Protection Hoodoo, ton are wholly hvapablo of wrestling
W o are afraid that tho beaten and de-
moralized cohorts of the Democratic
party have strayed away too far from
tho standard which it Hung to tho
breeze in 1892 to l>o recalled to their
allegiance by the toot of Mr. Sraallcy's
born. Thoy aro tho lost tribes of tho
house of Israel. But thore is some
with the problem.
Canada's debt has increased eighty-
three per cent since 1878, while that
of tho United States has decreased
fifty-four per cent in tho same time.
It is high time for the Dominion to or-
when this arti- j following plan has been found to an-
le Is freely supplied—oftentimes more Swer the purpose: Most cellars are
grit than food. On the contrary, when too warm to keep fruit well. They
not In vigorous health, a small quan- are also subject to frequent changes
tity of grit, sometimes not any, is to Gf temperature, in which the fruit
be found, while both crop and gizzard suffers almost as much as it does by
will be overloaded with a mass of | being kept too warm. We have known
utale, offensive fobd, which tho latter farmers to put apples in pits as pota-
trgan fails to grind and properly pre- toes and roots are pitted, spreading a
pare for nature's work. Indigestion
bowel trouble, congested and disc?
liver, one or all, and finally death fol
lows. We would not have the readei
layer of straw over them to keep them
I | from contact with the earth. Such
apples come out with very little loss in
spring, where care is taken that none
infer that the use of grit or gravel will which are specked were put up in the
prevent in all cases, the diseases men- fan. One specked fruit will spread
tioncd and many others might be to adjoining apples and infect them,
named, but we are thoroughly con- It is well to put boards over the heap
vinced that by its free use it will so to shed most of the rain. If it is wet
aid in keeping the fowl in such a vig enough to wash through the soil to the
orous state of health that disease will
L-ipt of add
Address for Hook,
ledical Asn iciatioii,
led in nearl
v all these
(1 t«> belli-fit
a little for
ct of malt
ons of the
d in vain.
>f a large i
I in a ho
>k of 160
•ou. on re-
thing quite touching in tho patient ganizo« a Republican party to take
faith of this indomitable remnant of
the chosen people—under all the ca-
lamities which have befallen and still
brood over them like a pall—in the
coming of the Messiah that is to' set
them free. —st. Paul I'fcmeor Press.
harge of her treasury and retire tho
fellows who have been playing Dem-
ocracy with it. Cincinnati Times-
1 nnk* llrit at a I>l«tnnoo.
When Tillman succeeds Butler thero
will bo a great loss of beauty to tho
United States senate. Tillman is a
Some philosopher once said
originality was nothing but judicious soif-modo man of the impressionist
imitation. This is not always so. school.
find no place to intrench itself.
Soft Feed.—Soft feed is a prominent ^ orld.
factor in a hen's well-being, especially
in cold weather, or when the mornings'
are frosty. The soft feed should be
served hot. The hens won't injure
themselves by eatiug too much before
it becomes sufficiently cool—instinct
teaches them better. Small potatoes.
potato pecliugs, or rutabagas boiled
and mashed, mixed with middlings so
as to scald ana still not be sloppy, is a
food relished. A little >vheat or
screenings may be added before remov-
ing t^e mess from the stove Feed in
two or three vessels, according to the
size of tho flock, so there will be no
scrambling or lighting.—Farm, Stock
fruit it will be injured and its flavor
will be affected unfavorably.—Rural
Some one has truly f-aid that crumbly
cheese has a bad odor in the market
and a good reputation at the table. It
is a sign of age, of ripeness, and a sure
character of the highest priced varie-
ties, but we believe It is a bad keeper,
letting the air in and inducing mold.—
Don't say that reports of 300 to 400
pounds of butter per cow all came
from "dudes and liars," bccause your
cows have never made over 175 pounds
A Serious Defect.
Featherstone—I don't exactly like
that scrcen you put in my fireplace.
Mrs.Sliindiet (the landlady)—What's
the matter with it?
Featherstone-Mt ought to have a
magnifying glass in the center.
If the liahy Is Cutting Teeth.
gure and u."e that old and wall-tried remedy, Mm
WlX U>w'«SOOTHDia SrRi'P for Children Teething
A uthor I tal I ?e.
Pales—Is Brumpton a moneyed man?
Snails—He must be. I see that he
just published a volume of poems.
BRUISES $ SPRAINS.
BOTTLES NOW DOUBLE Si 11.
Price, 25 and SO Cents.
TREES of GOLD''^^ENroR,r;^
Burbank\ 20 Million • • < \\ .-r. ::ti.- STARK
Trees PREPAID e\ < rywlier- SAFE ARRIVAL guar-
anteed. '1 he "ureal uurserii s have you over HALF.
Millions of the best trees To years' experience <-an
grow; they "livo longer and bear better." S>c.
AND JKTTINO M.M'MINFUY,
sknt Kara. Ilave 1 ""a tct .-d al
• 14 17 1 ill.m \ * .'nil,.. i>7.
KANSAS CITV. MISSOI UI.
W. X. v.. Wichita -Vol.
Thy a combln
)od care genu
ti. n of bin d. food and
.1 ly in the dairy.
FOR ALL THE ILLS THAT PAIN CRN BRING
fKs CURE IS KING; /\HKe with ACHES in Everything
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