. American bee journal. Bee culture; Bees. \ BIG DROPS of water has made the vegetation. Now the sun shines—the Honey wells up—the Bees gather it, and every Bee-Keeper should have all needed Supplies at once. Catalogue Free. Thos. G. Kewiuaii, ^^^l^i^ltxl^r- EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A HANDY TOOL-HOLDER! Sent by Express, for $1.50 ; or willi llie Bee Journal one year—bolli for $i2.oo. Every Manufacturer, Miller. Carpenter, Cabinet Maker, Machinist. Wheelwright and Quarryman. Farmer, or any one using a grind- stone, should have one of these Tool-Holders. One boy can do the work of two persons, a

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. American bee journal. Bee culture; Bees. \ BIG DROPS of water has made the vegetation. Now the sun shines—the Honey wells up—the Bees gather it, and every Bee-Keeper should have all needed Supplies at once. Catalogue Free. Thos. G. Kewiuaii, ^^^l^i^ltxl^r- EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A HANDY TOOL-HOLDER! Sent by Express, for $1.50 ; or willi llie Bee Journal one year—bolli for $i2.oo. Every Manufacturer, Miller. Carpenter, Cabinet Maker, Machinist. Wheelwright and Quarryman. Farmer, or any one using a grind- stone, should have one of these Tool-Holders. One boy can do the work of two persons, and grind much faster, easier and with perfect accuracy. Will hold any kind of tool, from the smallest chisel to a draw shave or ax. Extra attachment for sharpening scythe blades included in the above price. The work la done without wetting the hands or soiling the clothes, as the water flows from the opera- tor. It can be attached to any size stone for baud or steam power, is always ready for use, nothing to get out of orc'ur, and Is absolutely worth 100 times its co»^. No farm is well-equipped un- less It has a Tool-Holder. Pays 'or itself in a short lime. How to Use the Holder. Directions.—The Tool is fas- tened securely in the Holder by a set-screw and can be ground to any desired bevel by insert- ing the arm of the Holder into a higher or lower notch of the standard. While turning the crank with the right hand, the left rests on an steadies the Holder ; the Tool is moved to the right or left .icross the stone, or examined while grind- ing, as readily and in the same way as If held in th*} hands. For grinding Round . Edge Tools, the holes in the stand- ard are used Instead of the notches. Address, GEORGE W. YORK & CO., 56 Fifth a.ve., CHICAGO, TT.T,. Qeiperal Hcn)s. Small Nails for Spacing Frames. I think the idea is a good one, to hold the frames in position a certain distance apart in the hive ready to receive the new colony of bees. I only put nails in the to

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