The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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The Y a hi) i inn. n 13,:HKMon battle
ship lor Japan, has just been launched
in Kngland. She will have 1 :. > mi
liuoe power engines, Intended to ob-
lain 1^'* knots speed. She will carr\
four 12-ineh forty-u ine t«m kuiis and
thirty-fonr quick-firing guns.
A Unit 2( km i sailing vessels uf a 1
kinds disappear in the sea every year,
carrying down I.'.'mhi human beings,
and involving a lost, of abont f 100,000,-
0(H) in property
Judge John l". Yates, oin
nent politician aud friend
died a pauper at Peoria,
Minnesota ami South Dakota
only two States in the I'nion
have half of their population im
of foreign born residents.
DAIRY AND POULTRY.
INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR
OUR RURAL READERS.
How Successful Farmer
Department of tha
lllnta aa to lh« C«r«
TheCai a lia
authority from i
to bolld a bridge
fret across t lie I >
i ami Michigu
,, farmers had
span of ],KK
word at all our in
and by the public
press. 8HII, if our
.with Ihl. subject It woul.l Have been
,ined worth hundreds, aye, thoinamis or ■loi-
ns, to lars to them thin uninmnlly dry «" "■
I will not attempt In Ihl" short arti-
cle to co Into any Ions description, but
will merely confine myself to generall-
What Is a silo? II If a box. a bin or
was $35. It has a gravel floor and the
perches are two feet from the floor.
I feed corn, oats, rye, wheat, pota-
toes, cabbage, so-a pa from the house
and some meat in winter. In summer
they have the rarjre of the farm. The
market for dressed fowls Is not good,
having been about f Va cents per pound
for some time. I always get eggs In
winter and at all other times of year.
I have not had any disease for a long
time, except gapes and not much of
that. Two years pgo a mink killed
120 chicks and 40 turkeys In throe
nights. Then I got the mink. In
raising broods I have had very good
success. I have raised as high as 30
chicks with one hen, and have raised
have been 15 turkeys with one turkey hen. I be-
upon thin lieve that the White Plymouth Rocks
j will mature as early as any chicken
I and they are also good egg producers.
I had a White Plymouth Hock pullet
last summer that commenced laying
| when five months old. and the day she
! from her eggs. A. Z. Copeland In
Farm era' Review.
A M AFRAID
that the above term
has become rather
n hackneyed ex-
pression of late
Maine's forests are being made into! M'KINLKY AND HKKD.
paper at the rate of about 111,000 tons (
iiinnnli-at ion* ;
• if pulp and paper e*er\
•WOO men are employed
paper industry, and ZHI
till i> invested in it.
i the pulp aud
THEIR MANAGERS SIZE UP
Orange growing lias been abandon-
ed on the peninsula of l.ower Califor-
nia, and the orchardists are cutting
down their trees and planting the
land with coffee, cotton, and sugar
* Tlml i on diet—General
i>« u Majority for Mt Klir
rat itMiiot—ciiilnit 37B or
London. April 20.—The Standard's
correspondent at Madrid says: "Do*
spite the persistent official denials
both from Washington and Madrid, it
is now an open secret that both gov-
ernments have freely discussed their
attitude toward each other in the
Cuban affair. Spain is aware that
President Cleveland wishes to be con-
ciliate rv. but that he can not answer
for the control of American opinion
if the struggle in < uba be prolonged
I A large part of San Francist'oitbinU Pliotognpl:
In, four iodic, every year. *"* "Oder wi
I i .1., i „ >i.. I >. i, >,, bas ISO men and wo*
stated by the t
in the report ti
Doga linl Sheep.
Dogs are a great menace to sheep
husbandry and there Is nothing more
exasperating to the shepherd than to
ed and care for a flock of sheep all
ost of drawing a ton of
<et over good roads is
ood Koads Committee
the New York Legis-
•ents per mile and only
>ver a good macadam
t i ielit, (lie I'aria meter*
tiuit a hot, bright
r bees not less than
of water e\ a poi nted
uf the Mediterranean
I'm Iter'a <• Iiiu•" r Tonic
hand, has in-
formed President Clevelaud tliat she
is willing to conciliate the sympathies
of sensible Americans, but that she
cannot • ntertaln a proposal for tM
independence of Cuba, or even for a
suspension of hostilities, to negotiate
with the rebels, as public opinion
would never tolerate such a humilia-
tion. Spain has been silently prepar-
ing to execute a i uban home rule bill
directly the colonial authorities re-
garded it advisable ro do so. No date
has yet been fixed for this, however."
DUNS REVIEW OF TRADE.
receptacle In which is put corn, clover. (|,0 jong winter through and then have
oats, peas, or any fodder In green , |}mm run down, maimed and killed
state to be preserved for future use. | Bome 0f j|,e worthless curs of the
This box should be air-tight or practl neighborhood.
rally so. It should be of as great a .. Mofe thfln Qnce 1)nvp j mpt w!(h
I height as convenient, on account of less loH8ejj |n (h# Bpp|ng |,v ,|0RH belonging
Your blood in Spring is almost certain to j f'0fit of building, and !.-> because t • tf) np|gj,iK)rH who thoughtle -ly nl
he full of impurities the sccumula- ensilage will bo better presex\e . ' lowed them tc roam about the com
tion of the winter months. Bad veil- should be of such an area t iat . oas mu„|tv wjj| untu finally, caught'
- Inch, or better two, of surface in
tilation of sleeping rooms, impure air
In dwelling*, fai'loricsu.id removed each day. in feeding ll.e « oc^
eating, Heavy, improper loodn, failure shape it is better to be round 1
of thekidneys and liver projperiy to do Ihl. is not Practical, then eight side
extra work thus thru,t upon them, .™ °r «l«are, with the corners cut off. 1
may be made of either wood, stone or
cement. Wood has heretofore given
the best satisfaction, owing to the en-
silage spoiling around the walls of
stone silos. Still, the cement silos that
are being built now appear to be giving
good satisfaction, and have the advant-
age of being built for all time to conic,
aH they will never rot. A wood silo
may be built for $1 per ton capacity,
while a stone or cement silo will cost a
What Crop to Put in Silo.—Any green
will not furnish necessary strength, crop can be put In silo with good re-
That tired feeling, lossof appetite, will suits, but the chief ones are corn
openthe way for serious disease, ruined and clover. There Is no crop as sure
health, or breaking out of humors and as corn. No crop will give as large
impurities. To make pure, rich, red amount of feed and withal as cheaply
Mood llood'n Sap.np rilla .lands un- raised aa the corn crop It Is estimated
equalled. Thousands u^ily to its by experimentalists that from to til
merit,. Millions lake it as their Per cent of value of Iho corn plant Is
Spring Medicine. Uet Hood's, because saved In silo over the ordinary way of
curing In the field.
Clover, while not quite so sure a crop
lu some sections, will give a large yield
the prime causes of this conditiou. It
Is of the utmost importance that you
Now, as when warmer weather comes and
the tonic effect of cold bracing air is
gone, your weak, thin, impure blood
1« the One True Wood Purifier. All druggist* ft.
Prepared only byC. I. Hood & Co.. I.ovu'll, Man.
raiding sheep lolds. The doga are n
privileged class of animals because, no
doubt, of their hnviug beou used by
all mankind In the chase, and as out-
door sentinels to Inhabitants of lodges
Probably at no time In the progress
of the world's history has the dog been
of as little worth to man as he Is now.
yet It Is one of the difficult questions
to settle satisfactorily to the average
dog owner. The inherent friendship of
dog and master clings with neml-bar-
barlc aptitude. No worse combination'
of sheep-killing dog from my experi-
ence than a bitch of the neighborhood,
with the dogs for miles around, that
frequently form a compact and destroy
sheep with a vengeance.
Next Is the ferocious small dog and
hound or bird dog, with no unmistaka-
ble pedigree long as the moral law.
Most states have dog laws recogniz-
ing ownership and holding them as
taxable property, said tax paid town-
ship trustee, to pay for losses of sheep
Incurred by dogs, yet the purpose of
the law 1b not complied with In the
majority of Instances.
What's in a naui
\ ho wrote "The lie
lu Hci liu there n
nobles, seven retir
to be sixteen
thought a tclephoi
Merlin and London
clustry in Cerman.v
One pound of c
amply Miflicient to
ordinary size in the watt
being laid bet wee
lermauy, and it
service between jratr
vill now be nn
Washington. April 'JO.—The foil'
ing statement was given out by ti
?ral (Jrosveuor last night as to the , the injury of A me
progress of the McKinley campaign: Spain
• Following is the present conditiou
of the McKinley vote, including, as
usual the full vote of Ohio and In-
diana: Alabama I'.': Arkansas, Hi:
Florida, M; Ileorgiii. It); Illinois ln-
Iiaiia, 10; Kansas, •>; Kentucky. II;
Louisiana. -: Maryland, i: Minnesota,
IH; Mississippi, Iv Missouri, H; Ne-
braska, !«•; New Jersey. 10; New Mex-
ico, 4; New York, •: Ohio, 40; Okla-
homa, 4; Oregon - Pennsylvania,
South Carolina. H'.: South Dakota, «:
Tevus, !'J: Virginia. West Virginia,
Wisconsin, i: ' tali. I: Tennessee.
lit; North Carolina, North Dakota,
ft; total, 37.V
Mr. Alilrlch's Katlinnte.
Mr. Aldrich, manager < f the Ileed
campaign, gives out the following;
"The developments of the past week
in the Republican presidential contest
have resulted in no material change
in the relative standing of the lending
candidates A little calculation will
disclose that, of the OOl delegates
elected to date, McKinley has just
about it"1 per cent. If lie continues
at this rate to tije end he will have
votes out of a total of 0IS when the
convention assembles, or just about
tho number that the friends of Mr.
Reed and the other candidates have
conceded to him from the active com-
mencement of the campaign
Mr. Aldrich's estimate of the dele-
elected to date is as follows:
j men w*lio have taught
' schools for more thnii 30 .v,'a!"s\,
I The astronomers says that it is -0,-
000,000,000 of miles from the earth to
' Alpha Centtturf. the nearest "fixed
! The per capitu wine consumption in
France during Uft'3, and 1#1 ."« was
& traction over W qitat ts w e j eat
The telephone Hue recently streteh-
i ed from New York to Chicago
' as long as the longest line
i Nearly a million tons
were used in laying it.
I give been taken 500
Brooklyn Ii.-jk 4,700 saloons.
Naphtha p ,'opels a Berlin cab.
Japan botjstsof u watch factory,
Russians buy American bicycles.
India hri* l'.i.000 miles of railway.
Dublin, announces tire-proof boots.
'Fris- fit (it to have a 10-storv edifice.
Toj^lia h:>s a lady train dispatcher.
Nfirth Carolina has 1,000,000 acres of
known, i cotton,
1 are mostly h
i factories of this country |
catcd in New England, j
Pennsylvania and New •
UMK)0 a . re
cinnamon gardens coveri
' Roman catholics uj
en than in anv other
;i total population <■
Bit) are of that faith.
scarcer in Swed-
•ountry. Out of
Tliv Change In l Ilil-*uiu„ier
llruiiKliI I5ilt<r Tlmr
Ni w Yokk, April 20.—R. '
Co. s weekly review of trade says:
The sudden cliango fr<nn sleighing
to inid-summcr heat, with fair skies
in most cities, has tested the prevalent
Idea that good weather only was
needed to bring general improve
to business. Kverywhe
been more retail buying, and in some
branches better demand at wholesale
Americans annually drmk 1,038,310,-
j gallons of beer.
The family of .lames B. "McTaggart,
if Brooks, Me., is a remarkable one, in
(he fact thai the father and seven sons
are all railroad men.
els ..f beer
Kdw.ivd is n
arly makes 10.000,000 l ar«
The bridge to be built over the Ten-
mvssee liiverat Knoxville, is to be a
iv mnrka bie .structure in many respects.
! t i to be built entirely >>V pink inar-
1'de from near quarries. It will be
J 1000 feet long, with one arch of 210
feet. '.'0 feet longer than any other
;wrh in the world. At its highest
of the mild wintci- :1m: th.i i jM)jnt js jj,% j •, j above ths
there has unusually light fall *>f snow the | water, and it is to hive a roadway 50
mite Valley is open to tourists hum h I foet
earlier this year than usual.
of razors bv nia-
an iinortaut in-
rk is said to be
support a man of
anil at the works has resulted, but not ,
Inn.uM lim v 'I here abate,„en. f,"" ?.li,rl.„,B
„f tllu ii.iiv.-rsal :ilis ,'lle,; know tlr t a ro,n|.
deal with unusual conservatism and I tnteuimrd in t!ie shniirof ll<>Mtott<-r's.>'
not to anticipate future wants, and |(.|, Bitter? exists, which absolutely i
this has been especially conspicuous I fles the poison of miasma. Western l>
where combinations have been formed emigrants should bear this in mind,
or prices advanced. The comparative | iliould it he forgotten, the Bin- ru ,u "
infrequency of serious failures, with
money less disturbed since gold ex-
ports began than might have been
I! i expected, helps to give eneouruge-
s ; ment, but does not kindle speculative
- i lires; that such improvement
i> I • • -
I ling remedy tor dy^iiepsia, biliocm
I ronstipation, kidney and nervous
i plaints and rheiimaiism.
tr Miid I would die, but Piso'i
Cure for < oimimption cured me. Amos
Kelner, Cherry Valley, Ills., Nov. 23,'05.
There were forty more divorces than
there were weddings in Fresno, Cal.,
II* f hr Hnhjr In «*n««iTrrlli,
ot the populatio
Hood s Pills >nh Him u * Suruparill*
ask your dlaler for
W.* L. Douglas
S3. SHOE, WORLD
It you pa\ W4 ii ai i
the \V. I.. Uougl
what a good shoe you caa buy lor
OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS,
mill LACK, mailt- In hII
klmlH of the Ih'nI nelcrlril
II'lttIn',- li\ nklllcil murk
I Iiiiii uny
mnnufarltirer In tlie- unrtil.
None genuine unlet
price i« %tani|>i-d on tin- ! -tt
A FRENCH BULL OF THE MORE COMMON TYPE
>i 11 li Glycerine
Ni>hr<>nk I — .
\otv \m k . ■.
N.irlli i arolina
North Dakota .
, OroRon . ...
,-ouib rurol na
\ll other-. 191
' loutil ful. rt4.
The licitisli lshiiids are better pro-
vided with rivers tiiun any other coun-
try of the same size im the globe.
If Troubled With Sore F.ye«
.lackson's Indian Kye Salve will jsjsitively
t all drug stores.
son of lb
infecting a goat
id iu making o
ainst the disease.
riin has *
Half a dozen women in bifur
garments and armed with rifles havt
left Tacoma. Washington, for tho Yn
Icon country. Alaska. They expect ti
make high wages cooking for the mi
At the Transvaal gold fields whisky
rings Sl.i.tit) a bottle, champagne $1?.-
st Howard is threatened by a mob on
account of his remarks in the pulpit.
The local paper criticised the evan-
gelist, who retaliated by calling the
author of the article a black-hearted
liar. A prominent lawyer who in-
dorsed the evangelist s statement that
•Waterloo is ns rotten as hell,"' has
been hanged in eftigy. The evangel-
ist flourishes a revolver and threatens
goats proof to shoot the first man to cause trouble.
There is intense excitement in the
pears is mainly of a healtuy sort.
POPULISTS WILL NOT FUSE
Chairman Hom'lte ot IMUnourl Det'l.iri-fl
Th:il Hlaud Will Not lie Adopted.
Sr. Lous, Mo., April 20.—Chairman
A. Koselle of the People's party state
committee, declined to-day that the
Populists of Missouri would not sup-
port ex-Congressman Hland if the lat-
ter should be nominated for the.
Presidency on a silver platform, lie
did not think that the adoption, iu
| advance of action taken By the l'opu-
! list convention, of a silver platform
: by the Democrats at Sedalia tlie other
day would affect the Populist yote in
, this state. lie said: "The -l."l,0<
i Populists of Missouri are going to
stand firm, no matter what the Dem-
ocracy does at Chicago. Wc will get
I at least 10,000 votes from the Repub-
| licans in this state, and with the
I accessions from tlie Democratic ranks
we are going to mix things mightily
in Missouri this year."
Tho hamlet in
; born and reared
1 out that he is gr
hich n. grent. man is
is the last, to find
California's output of wheat last year
was one-sixteenth of tho entire e
of tho United States. Her orange crop
will be immense this yea<r; so that
there will be three distinct returns
golden wealth to the country J'rom the
State where the grizzly bear and the
! yellow poppy are alternates as fron-
tispieces for its magazines.
decided that the
Supreme court lias |
Sunday liquor law*,
rs met v pt
I'lie Missouri Dim
j St. Louis, Mo., April 18.—Charles C.
Mafiitt has resigned as chairman oi
; the Democratic state committee, th«j
otllce which he held for eight years,
. j but will still remain a member of tlio
o mi-as pan *i '|or> , ' committee. He denies that he resigned
Havana. April :;0._Tho fpanis . ^ a r^uU „f l|lc llctii,n o( thp s,„|a|i
tioops have had an ..ngagemcnt wi.h | convtIlUou retmi„g u, permit liii
the numerous forces of the insurgents, i nam^ gtaud on the list of delegates
which have been advancing westward j (jie national convention because Im
to attempt the relief of Maceo, and I declared himself not a free silver man.
the oftlcial reports show a severe re- j Maftilt has about decided to go be-
for the Cubans. The enemy left 1 fort the national convention at "*
It is said that "C. o. D." attached
to a young lady's tioinmunieation. to
her lover, means Call On Dad.
in battle only one ball'out of eighty
takes effect. Those who know ^a^'
that ills different in bar-rooms.
One of the hardest lessons to learn is
that wc are made out of the samekjind
of clay as the people
b don't like,
Ask your (toiler t i > i a.*>.
•4. •3.AO. ••j.ao. -i •
•3.50. and SI.7A I : !«n-.
TARE NO SUBSTITUTE. If mhii d.-.d.-r
r.innot supply >ou. seixi to l.ic-
tory. enclosing price ami vm-ntn
lo pay carriage. St.it>- kind, style
•>f toe (cap or plaint, m/o ,m i
width. Our ( ustom Dept. will till
your order. >end for new Illus-
trated Catalogue to Ho* It.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton. Mass.
In strength, lightness grace, an
elegance "t finish and equip
ment Model 41 Columbia is 1
approached by any other nial
on the field eighty-six killed and car-
ried off more than IfOO wounded. The
amount of the Spanish loss is not
stated in detail, but it is reported that
Captain l^aso. a doctor, one lieutenant
and eight guerrillas were wounded.
i*ago and contest the action of the
Sedalia convention in refusing to ratify
his nomination as a district delegate.
GIGANTIC BICYCLE TRUST
saddles are recommended by inlets and
hape and adju
ment. and every
detail of equipment
\ p contribute
,-sl lort and pi
of choice fodder which can be cured in
the alio without reference to the Btate
of the weather. The Iosb to the country
through clover being ruined by unfa-
vorable weather Is enormous. The sec-
ond crop can also be eaidly taken care
of In this way at a time of year when
It la almost impossible to cure it in the
Held, in addition to this, clover helps
to form a balanced ration, furulahlng a ! containing numbers
large amount of the expensive nihil- I with those given In
mlnolds without having to purchase so
much of the costly foods as oil meal,
cottonseed meal, bran, peaB, etc.
We are also all aware of the great
service clover Is In acting as a sub-
Boiler and a a soil enrlcher, by its ab-
sorption through the roots of nitrogen
from the air.
Value aB a Pood.— Some farmers still
feel suspicious of that "rotten stuff," as
they term ensilage, but If they would
go Into the barns where this stuff la fed
and note the appearance of the stock,
they would make up their minds that
the more of this "rotten stuff" wo had
the better It would be for the country.
The University of Wisconsin Issued
a bulletin containing a hundred ra-
tions fed by practical farmers all over
the state, and u significant fact Is that
over 75 per
|\ all of theui largely. 1 frel Bafe In 1 , ,
er when permitted to run at will from
farm to farm, either by day or night
time, when most of the mischief is
done. Where law recognizes the dog as
taxable property, they should be rated
according to value, sa.\ at $10, 9~"t and
ISO each, paying a tax respectively of
Indiana has had several forms of
dog laws on the statute books In thir-
ty years, and none of them were strict-
ly satisfactory. The register and tab
law was doubtless the moat effective
since it provided for every dog to be
registered within thirty days after the
1st of April each year, and tabs were
furnished by trustees at 10 cents each
Anyone hnrbcrlng a dog (male $1, fe-
male $2) not complying with the law
had to kill their dog or allow the of-
ficers do It for them.
The present law empowers township
assessors to list dogs at $1 each, $1! for
every additional dog and female dog
for taxation, collectible as other tax,
by county treasurer, and returned to
trustees of the respective townships
to defray damages to sheep Incurred by
doga during the year, the balance re-
verting to the school fund. Not more
than half the dogs are assessed and the
tax collected, consequently the most
worthless doga and those liable to
cause the most damage escape taxa-
tion. Don't believe a dog tax can be
regulated by "weight," since the
Deafnena I an Not Be Cured
By local application*, as they cann-it
reach the dls -asod portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafneps Is caused by an Inflamed con-
dition of the mil '"US lining of the Eus-
tachian Tube. When the tube Is ln-
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
tii. ly close.1 I i.Mfni'ss -
unless the Infl immatlm
out and this tube n-stor
condition, hearing will b
ever; nine eases out of
by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
l'riewt Sueil fur l.iliel.
St. Joski'II, M<^ April :!0. — Father
Daniel Pembroke, of St. Mary's par-
ish, Maryvllle, was served with papers
as he arrived here to bold services, in
two damage suits for $3,000 each. The
plaintiff is Oeorge Oeiger
id when it Is 1
We will gl
any case of Dea.'ii-ss
tarrh) that cann -t b^
Catarrh Cure ^•■tnl f'
P. J. CHENKY &
Sold by drtmKi
llall s Family Pills.
Tlie Aim In t« C ontrol I lie I'rli-e o
I very Wheel l'nt on tlie Market.
Toi.kdo, Ohio, April liO.—A gigantic
bicycle trust is taking shape, witt
every probability of its headquarter)
being located in this city. The com-
The j bine aims to control the price ol
iatter married Katie Doran, the house- J every wheel put on the American
the result! and keeper of the priest, and It is alleged market, and to that end it will manit*
can be tak-n the latter slandered the bride and j facture in large quantities everything
d to its normal groom during services in St. Mary's | that enters into bicycle construction,
destroyed f r- church. Ueiger says be will bring Small factories will be gobbled up of
nre caused Uit«>tlier suit for criminnl libel. driven out of tlie market. A local
manufacturer, in speaking of th«:
A ureal .May strike Eipeeted. matter, said that the combination will
Hundred Dollars for *s' Louh, Mo . April 20.—A general , be larger and more far reaching thav
. s« i .used by ca- strike for an eight hour day by the | the Standard Oil Company
h. ijreii by Hall a union capentera and horeshoers of the
United States is expected by the labor
organizations of St. Louis to
9892,111,280 last year.
It takes twelve tea plants to pro-
duce one pound of tea.
Seattle, Washington, was so called j
after a powerful Indian chief of the
The different games that may be
played with cards run up into the hun-
Mexicans' chewing gum
: [loo. 000 a year.
A11 old truth stated in n new way I
I will hit and stick where it has often
is made by
nt this season
iiiul ils deluh-
l 111 u (lavs
are with na.
inglike Aver s
Hit'. ' Jie
ti 111. It sweeps
iu av the dull-
« '<'• 4.V
not brace up
It builds up.
Its benefit IB
Send for "Cnrebook." 100 pages*
1 ree. J. C. Aver Co.,
WALL PAPER FREE"
Would he dearer than AliAHASTIXF,
which does not require to be taken olf to
renew, does not harbor Kerms, but destroya
them, and any one can brush It on.
Sold b) all paint dealers Write lor card
ALABASTINE CO., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Nrv«r I"; 1 In to Heftoro Oray
> ' ti i 1 <i'r Uilinr
The highest salary paid i
:-isco is 000 a yeai
fr o a year.
The second book ev<
Knglisb languuge wa>
entitled "Tlie game o
r printed in the
dated 147.1, mid
May I. It is positively stated that
every union horseshoer in the 1'nited
States and every union carpenter,
save those in St. Louis, will walk out
on that day and will remain out until
Zlne I'liMit* Shut l)ow 11.
Wkiii City, Kan., April :<).—The
Cherokee-Lanyon Smelter company
successors to the Cherokee Zinc com
pany, and owners and operators ol
several zinc plants, commonly called
/-v "%r " A t rick " A Stitch
" IUiib Spots"—'"Head Achos"— _ _ rv*i
rsr-pjSt-'Jacobs Oil. 1
, - . . , Binnller dog has frequently been as
:ent feed ensilage, and near- ... ,
much tho cause of attacks as the larg-
Th«riSIl BRAND Bt.lCRF-R Is w«r anted water-
proof, and will keep you dry In tl o |iardt >Kt rm. Tlie
otw rOMMKIi Sl.li KEK It a p«ri . t rUlinf coat, and
eftT#rstheeniire «a<1i*. Bawsreofluiltatloiia. f ont
tNWseoat It thc")'liti Sisiul" t not <*i It. Illu'trS
Po*ltl eljr Cured with \ < «ftal)te Rentrdlea
Hi>« eui*d tliounAiidii uf Cui« <• ** i m
nouneed MMlwafcjr i*-i physlctona 11 a #1 -1 I
► yniptom* iti «|i|ie«r In t n day* at Iran tw -thlnls
all Fymnt'iiim irmove<l. Semi i i fur Imk lr>tiin
nlal* of inlraonloua eure«. Ten day"* trcAtinant fiea
by mall. If you nnler trial •*-•••! I".- In *(ani|>a lo |>a>
po*ta*« I'M. II. It IIRKKO <V K.IV*. Admit.*, lia. II
you order ti lal return thU ad< Uaunent to >. .
FARM LAN DS lor Salt. |
In tba states of Vircini.i, North unilS.Mith Caro-
lina, Georgia, AlalMini. Mi «i« i|>pl. T -«ii>
Krntuehv. I«iid K . ui •<*n« fi>im i Sm 11 ,
WI ll lo utli n. > I> 1:, \,,rll J! .m i Ma) ^
| ft. Uatalie.l 11 loi m ' 1 . . hi anddeai-i
k tivepaniii • ; i .• v. i i t ,f mi>|<
■ 1 m v n , i.i' ■*, 1 . • 1 t 1!i.
ay, W«>|iinirloii, Ii. i". Il« will ai*o
, to any a<ldre«a fr. « , h 1« iiaae Journal, " TI
1 KOI TIIF.ItN riKl.n." WhiclislKiui 1 ba r«
1 by avery Northeru fauiliv.
I •ewlnir Ma' hln«\
ftaylng from my own experience and
also from observation that no man can 1
keep a herd of dairy cows profitably
without furnishing ensilage as a larg«
part of dally ration.
Now, my brother farmers, let me urge
If this want has not already become
filled that yod stir yourselves. Visit
(he silos In your own neighborhood, and
select the oue as a pattern which seems
to suit your conditions and circum-
stances best, and lose no time In com- 1
menclng to build, and 1 can assure you
that ll will never remalu empty.—G. V.
M. in Farmers' Review.
No matter bow thoroughly a breed
tends In the dlrectlou desired, to make
any great results possible this ten-
dency must be backed by a proper
physical organization. The point 1
wish to enforce at present, however,
Is that success in breeding owes half
its success In feeding, it Is useless to
attempt the Improvement of our do-
mestic animals by greater care in
breeding unless at tho same time we
Improve in every particular. It is fol-
ly to spend mouey for an animal of
$1, $:> and y>, accounted for by the
seBsors and tax paid to trustee be-
tween the first day of April and the
first day of June each year, receiving
certificate of register and tab numbered
correspondingly, to be worn by the dog
to secure his Identity, cousonant with
the law for his protection if lost, and
treated as est rays provided by law for
other stock. But If found runnlug at
large with no tob may be killed with no
penalty following: otherwise malicious
killing subject to value of dog aud
prosecution.—1* M. lu Farmers' Review.
Chicago. April 20.— Chicago labor
jrgani/at'ons were taken to task yes-
terday at the meeting" of the Trade and
Labor assembly by Mary Kenny O'D.
Sullivan of Itoston for their lack of
interest iu the strike of the garment
workers. Mrs. O'Sullivan made the
sensational statement that of the
2<>.00U tailors who struck for an in
crease of j er cent in wages. 10,000
ire now on the verge of starvation.
I.nbor (omiulsainner lllril Kipelli d
Kansas City, April jo.—The Trades
Assembly of Kansas City. Kan., yes-
terday expelled from membership
State Labor Commissioner W. llird
of Kansas and adopted resolutions
scoring Governor Morrill for seeking
to have tlie state printing done by
... convicts. Hird was <-hurged with try-
hieli vanish in-fore proper ef- i|)Jf ,() M.j| out tj,e |ai,or unions to Nat
«r ii Barnes. Republican candidate for the
win ruumiu uui uiiui I im; , «
>d the shorter hours, | plant at Rich Hill. Mo., and the S. II.
: Lan von plant at Pittsburg, Kan., thus
8 tar ration Face* Htrlkera. curtailing the production about thirty
ideratanding of tho
month. This leaves only
forty-eight out of the ninety-six fur-
naces controlled by this company i 1/
Aniuealy for lliijrtleii Kxllea.
Kingston, Jamaica, April 20.—Gen-
eral Simon Sam, the new president ol
llayti, has ordered a government ves-
sel hero to carry home the Hay tic
j exiles who have been living here, all
! having availed themselves of the pres-
ident's offer of unrestricted amnesty
anil tendered allegiance to the new
t lieern fur l>r. I.iu-jjer.
London, April 20.—A Vienna dis-
j patch to the Times describes the tre-
1 inendous enthusiasm shown over tho
election of Dr. l.ueget
Semite, as burgomaste
Says tlie Times dispatel
Long live our Messiah,'
k'ere repeat- j
Horae >leat for Kiport.
A gootl deal of attention is being
called to the possibility of exporting
horse meat to those countries that use
it as a staple article of diet. Ameri-
cans generally think with horror of
eatlug this kind of food, but we must
remember that other nations have cus-
choice breeding, possessing In an eml- tome differing from ourselves, aud that
ucnt degreo the qualities desired, un- If they like horse meat and are able
less we afford Its offspring an oppor- and willing to pas for It. there Is no
tunlty to develop those qualities fully, reason why It should not be furnished.
If we aim to winter our cattle at a The first attempt to send this kind
straw stack and allow them to pick a J of product to the countries across the
leal ills, . .
forts gentle efforts—pleasant efforts-
rightlv directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that w many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual <1 is- | |ie comet tiattiiig lirlgliter.
'■iisi\ lull simply 1,1 n lowi ()m*iivaiokv. i'iiI . April ,
lii'iiotthf sysl.-'n. Swiff, im mil' l in areMlntr briKhte
'ti.lit i. «'li.v ll i- til. ..Illy I'D'I p «.eil at Iho ri*M limiil siile "f
lumoilv with miliiiiimuf fiimli"'' mill* Ihe I'lpiiide. Inst hIkIiI. II I'm bt
i-wi vwlu iv i vt.-rnu-'l KO liichlv l>v all «een with small tcli'mni*-* and hold
who vuluo t'i.1.1 houltli. Its honolloial (flas.es. ll was visil.lo w ith a portion
offools Hill duo to tho fai l, thut it i- tin "f Iho l'lelailos in tlie Holil of the
one remedy which promotes internal finder last night. The motion is,
cleanliness without debilitating the almost exactly north.
organs 011 which it acts. It is therefore
ticial effects, to note when you pur- London, April 20.— The Daily News posse that left here Tuesday night to
chaM . that you have the genuine art!- juerts that President Kruger's origi* search for (ieorge Taylor returned
ele, which is manufactured bv the|Culi- nal (]eman,i f„r ttn indemnity from empty handed yesterday, after being
fori.ia i'iK Syrup < ... only aud sold by Ch,rlcroa South Afiio.n ' onipam out eIKlilco„ lioitrs. Tho sheriff says jS
..11 mammt.. 1.1.. ili'ii.rirlblu . - I I.a I.1111 <• riot line I'li'lV bllt UObOtly ClsO i mmm
Kruger'a lleinand foi Indemnity.
Nine FUliermen Drowned.
New Hkiikoro, Mass., April 20.-
1 Nine tiloucester fishermen were lost
off Long Island on Friday night when
the fishing schooner, -I. W. Campbell
iloncester. was sunk in a squall.
The seven survivors arrived here lasl 1
' night to tell the story.
(ienrga Taylor still nt l.nrice.
CAnnoLi.TON. Mo., April
living In summer along the roadside,
it is not likely we can Improve much
on our native cows. They are Just
what generations of such treatment
has made them. J. Smith.
QUI ITTI cc raeTradeNn|>|ille4
wnU I I Lt D,
T J M II kill lie I oil, | . ( .
1 t^to« I^J rrv*.
Ilyuialaat war, Ha<juaicatiii|elaUu*, attjaUicai
(lot tlie Mink.
I have been raising poultry for 15
years. During that time I have bred
the Buff Cochins, Barred Plymouth
Hocks, White Plymouth Rocks, Black
Breasted Red Game Bantams, (}. H.
Bantams, White Uulneas and W. H.
turkeys. The breeds that suit me
beBt are W. 11. turkeys, White
Plymouth ltocks. White (Suineas and
O. S. Bantams. My house Is built
of dressed stdlnr roofed with
flooring boards, has a brick foundation I
and Is In ilee 12x11 It has three win- j A self-made man always spoils
dow« on the south aids. The total cast Job somewhere.
has not resulted favorably, it has
been Beut out canned, and this ga\e the
Europeans a chance to cry "fraud" and
"unhealthful." Besides, It has made
It possible for dishonest tradesmen to
palm it off ou some of their customers
as canned beef. Therefore the title of,
opinion has ti this time been against
To meet these objections It is now
proposed to ahlp the meat smoked, as
the Europeans llko It that way. or else
alive. Since this clsss of meat sells In
Germany for 7 cents per pound, it is
believed that the animals can be;
shipped alive sod at a profit, even If
they have to be nluugbtered at the
ports of entry.
... . ,*putable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
snd the system is rcgulur, laxatm s or
other remedies are tlu-n not needed. If
afflicted with nny actual disease, one
may be commended t« the most skillful
physicians, but if in nood of a laxative,
one should hav
tlie Jameson raid
but that negotiation has
Seven Montana Miner* Blown I'p.
Nikii mit, Mont . April 20. —An ex
plosion occurred in tho Broadwater
Washington. April so.—'The Senate mine ear(y tItin
the best, and with the committee ou military affair' * 1
Syrup of ncted favorably on tho list
Figs stand-, highest and is most largely
used and gi vvsinost general satisfact ion
WE HAVE NO agents
Soldier*' Hume Maiingera Accented.
by which j
to-day j seven men lost their lives and six
- others were seriously hurt. The cx-'
agreed to plosion was caused from a spark from
agers for soldiers' homes
by tho House.
Cnui|iroinlaed lijr Marring*. Rtudanta to llelmle
Chicago, April 20.—Ezekicl Smith, 1 Coi.t'Mnia, Mo-, April
the wealthy contractor who was re- rangeinents have been
cently sued by Miu Klia IVmaldton joint doliate of the biIv.
for >00 for breach of promise, has twee 11 the I titon l.ibr
compromised the suit by marrying tho the State university
•0. — Final ai
nado for tho1
id the IMiiiolO'
stminster college, at Fuh
..adding trip. 1 ton.
j Mexico, May 4.
Writer of l^ w Honk* Dead.
Nk.w York. April 2a-Au tin Ah- " ' ■• "i"
Jt ll. d,, tin Ot the New Yolk I Mad*i . April
UniTeriltv l. « m-Iio..!, die,I ve l.rd.y , I"™ <•>« ' "I"'-;1'
*fter an i'iine^ ol about ton week. . rod at the o|,euiii,. ..f the new lorti,
Ho was a brother of l.yman Abbott1 will promise political and administr-
snd author of numerous books ou law
tive reforms for Cuba and Porto Rico
| Don't compare " Battle Axff 1
1 with low grade tobaccos compare 1
I "Battle Ax" with the best on 1
i the market, and you will find yon §
E get f<?r 5 cents almost as much 1
E "Battle Ax" as you do of other 1
1 high grade brands for 10 cents.
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