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S Simple Prescription Said to Work
X Wonders for Rheumatism.
This lias Wen well known to tht
best doctors for years as the quickest
and irost reliablo cure obtalnnblo foi
rheumatism and backache. It bus beet
jnibllshed here for several winters ant
hundreds of the worst rases cured bj
It in n short time "From your drug:
Klst pet ono ounco of Torls compounl
(In original senled package) and on
ounco of syrup of Sarsaparllla com
pound. Tako theso two Ingredient!
home and put (hem Into a half pint ol
take ft tablespoonful before each meal I
and at bedtime." itesults come tht '
nrst day. If your druggist does nol
have Torls Compound In. stock ho will
Bel It In a few hours from his whole
sale house. Don't be Influenced to tak
somo patent medicine Instead of this.
Innlnt nn havlnsr the ennnlnn Tori.
compound In the original, one-ounce. r
sealed, yellow package. Published by tl.i
Globe Pharmaceutical laboratories o'
Little George waB sly years old and
tho family was much Interested In
having him start to school, but ho in
sisted that ho was not going.
Ono day his grandmother said to
him: "Georgio, you are going to school
with sister this winter, aren't you?"
"No, grandma, I'h not going to
school at all. I can't read, nor I can't
write, nor I can't sing, and I'd like to
know what good I'd bo at school?''
Credit and "Confjdence."
First Dank Official I Just loaned
Bulger $50,000 on his business.
Second Ditto Is his business good
enough to warrant it?
"Sure! Ho showed that he was
employing ovor fourteen hundred
"This head work of yours Is some
thing of a tax, isn't it?"
"Yes; something of a poll-tax."
It is far better to make your mark
In the world than it is to bo an cacy
The beBt cure for kleptomania may
be arrest cure.
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Elkhart, Ind. : " I suffered for four
teen years from organic inflammation,
pain and irregulari
ties. Tho pains in
my Bides were in
creased by walking
or standing on my
feet and I had such
awful bearing down
feelings, waa de
pressed in spirits
and became thin and
pale with dull.heavy
eyes. I had six doc
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound a fair
trial and also the Sanative Wash. Ihavo
now used the remedies for four months
and cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
"If theso line3 will be of any benefit
you have my permission to publish
them." Mrs. Sadjii Williams, 455
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com
pound.mado from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being tho
most successful remedy for female ills
we know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in tho Pinkham
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact
If you liavo tho slightest doubt
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to Lydia E.PinkhamMcdicinoCo.
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and held in strict confidence.
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band taken off, hut 1 got a bottle of
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Good for Broken Sinews
Q. G. Jonks, Baldwin, L. I., writes I
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fall and to my great sutisfaotlon was
ablo to rename work in lets than throe
weeks after tho accident."
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Me. TiEnnY A. Voehl, M Somerset
St., IMainlleld, N. J writes : " A
friend sprained bis ankle so badly
that it went black. lie laughed when
I told hliu that I would bare him out
In a week. I applied Sloan's Liniment
and In four days be was working and
said Sloan's was a right good Lini
ment." Price 25c..
60c, and 5,1.00
on horses, cattle,
poultry sent free.
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MELIS9A WOULD NOTTOLERATE
Mra. Merrlwid picked her pearl ear
studs from hor dressing table Tind con
templated them thoughtfully as they
lay in her rosy palm. "I wonder if
they would really dissolve in vinegar,"
she murmured, " and what effect
they would have on a person's tummy
in that form. I've a great mind to
Hor maternal maiden aunt Jane,
who was buttoning her down tho back,
aBkcd her what In the land Bho was
talking about. "You are getting real
fleshy, Melissa," she added, as sho
hooked tile girdle with some slight dif
Hculty. "Do you know it?"
"No, dearie," replied Mrs. Merriwld.
"and I don't want to knoW it, if you
don't mind. They say vinegar emaci
ates ono," sho continued reflectively,
"but I wasn't thinking of that. I was
wondering if Mr. Stlntwell wouldn't
fall dead If I took that sort of a
Cleopatra cocktail In his presence. If
he knew thy were worth two hun
dred and fifty dollars, I'm pretty cer
tain he would. But then, I'd have to
bother with the coroner and I haven't
got a decent picture of myself that I
could give the newspaper reporters, so
I'll compromise by telling him that
he's wasting his breath. Ho doesn't
like to waste anything, so that ought
to stop him."
Aunt Jane made a clucking sound
Indicative of impatience. "If you re
fuse Mr. Stlntwell, you're a very fool
ish woman. That's all I've got to
sgsmnHX- S -irv r r -V
. a 111 M0vMA wfflm n
"If He Ate a Light Breakfast, He'd Expect a Rebate."
Bay," she remarked. "He must be
worth ovor a million dollars."
"Have you ever noticed how shoit
he keeps his finger nails, auntie?"
Mrs. Merrlwid asked. "That's to pre
vent them running into the palms of
his hands. He's so close fisted he has
to. What would it profit me to marry
a case of chronic grip like that, sweet
heart? If he Is worth a million, which
I don't doubt in tho least, you can rest
assured that he'll never be rated at
nine hundred and ninety-nine thous
and, nine hundred and ninety-nine on
account of his wife's extravagance.
"When ho repeats that little clause in
the marriage service about endowing
the blushing bride with all his world
ly goods, he'll have his fingers cross
ed. No, beloved, if I wpro to marry
for mercenary considerations, I'd pick
a horny-headed structural Iron work
er, with a good-sized life and accident
policy, who'd turn over his weekly
pay check to me every Saturday night,
and leave the question ot beer money
to my sense of justice. Mr. Stlntwell
has been looking out for the main
chance so long and hard that ho's suf
ferlng severely from eye strain, Did
you know ho had Invited me to go
with him to see the sub-treasury?"
"I should think that would be very
interesting," said Aunt Jane.
"Extremely bo," agreed Mrs. Merri
wld, sarcastically, "I suppose they let
you feast your delighted eyes on bars
of gold bullion and let you hold a million-dollar
bill in each hand, That
would bo almost as satisfactory as
gloating over your husband's rating In
Bradstreet just after ho's emitted a
Btentorlan roar becauao somebody has
left the light switched on In the bath
room. But he means kindly, nnd I
think he intends to pay my carfare
both ways. Only I'm not going."
"You will have your own way of
course, my dear," said Aunt Jane, "but
it seems to me that If a gentleman
pays a lady marked attention with
the obvious design of matrimony, and
Is so wealthy as to be above suspicion
of any mercenary motive, the object
of his admiration might bo reasonably
assured of liberal treatment."
"It depends on the gentleman who is
paying the marked attention, dearie,"
leplled Mrs. Merriwld. "If the gentle
man Is not a liberal gentleman and
the lady has to employ a pneumatic
drill and a stick of dynamite to Jar a
nickle loose enough to wrench away
from him, you have another seem
coming. I'm strictly In favor of pro
viding for a rainy day, auntie, but I
think If ono has an umbrella and rain
coat and rubbers In the hall closet,
one may feel reasonably assured. I
don't believe In going around in a
scanty bathing suit all the time in an
ticlpatlon of a flood. I'm told that
Mr. Stlntwell tiles to get a cash dis
count when he buys a postage stamp,
but that may be exaggerated. Ho
might try to get a little concession If
he bought flvo dollars' worth in a
"Do you really think that ho is at
sr Suitors of
traded by jour money, Melissa 7"
asked Aunt Jane.
"He isn't repelled," Mrs. Merriwld
answered. "I think ho Imagines my
bonds might be a bond of sympathy
between usl but ho Intends to bo fair.
His Idea Is a partnership. He'd bo
willing to take mo In on the ground
floor, as It were, nnd wlibn wo drew
up our chairs to go over our accounts
In tho evening, ho wouldn't charge me
up with anything that wasn't right. If
he ate a light breaKtast, he'd prob
ably expect a rebate, and he'd want
mo to debit myself with the sugar I
used for making fudge, which wouldn't
be more than just; but he'd bo
willing to bear n proper proportion of
the household expenses, If yoi, left It
to him what a propor proportion was.
Well, that isn't what 1 want, exactly,
dearie. I want to feel at liberty to
sign up with the agent of a patent
washing machine, if I need -one, with
out having to dispose of my electric
brougham to meet the installments.
There's a current Impression that Mr.
Stlntwell has feathered his nest, but I
don't take any stock In that. He'd
take his feathers to tho nearest pillow
factory and get the highest markot
price for them every time, dearie. But
I know there's nitfch in me personally
that he admires." ,
"What, for Instance?" Inquired Aunt
Mis. Merrlwid thought for a mo
ment. "Well, there's my golden hair,"
sho replied, "and my silvery laughter
and my sterling sense, not to speak
of my pearly teeth and ruby lips. My
voice has rich tones, you know, and I
have a largo fund of humor and cap
ital spirits, and you were just saying
that I had an affluent figure."
"You're quite a treasure," said Aunt
"All of that," replied her niece, se
renely. "But I can tell you I'm not go
ing to be buried by a man who Is
congonitally unable to dig up."
(Copvrlfclit, 1913, by W. G. Clmpman )
On the Value of Rare Old Coins.
"Around practically every battered
old coin treasured in the pocket of a
uaggy pair of pants," philosophically
remarked the Erratic Thinker, "there
hangs a hallucinatory halo In tho
lorm of a tradition that there Is a
large premium on it and that' it will
fetch a considerable sum over and
above its face vahip, Nobody knows
the size of the premium, who makes
the offer or how1 It Is to be collected,
but the faith, as 'unswerving as the
juBtly celebrated lawt, of tho late
Medea and Persians and as beautiful
as It is pathetic, exists, that somehow,
somewhere, some sweet when, that
faithful old coll will bring Its owner
a consiorable fortune. This markedly
resembles the faith of the average old
fashioned party man thut at Borne
time his favorito congressman, for
whom he has rooted and voted and
lent his raiment, will do something for
Fulfilled His Contract. l
When the village decided that It
could afford to havo Its streets
sprinkled old Ktitz Pfankuchon was
put In charge of the wagon,
One day, while on Ills roundB, he
stopped to gossip with a ciony And
suddenly he looked up at the sky,
"Mein dott!" was his exclamation,
as he started his horses. "It Ish going
He turned In farowidl and discov
ered an amazed expression upon his
"I must hurry up," he called back,
"and vator dose streots. Odervlso It
Iss no uaa." Harper's Magazlno.
Her Natural Protector.
"O Clara, wo had a droadful scaro
this morning, a burglar scare!" said
Mrs Fink. "There was a frightful
noise nbout 2 o'clock, and I got up
1 turned on tho light and looked down,
to seo a man's leg sticking out fiorn
under tho bed."
"Mercy, how dreadful! The burg
lar's?" "No, ray dear, my husband's. Ho
had heard the noise, too " Youth's
"Ah! my friend," suid tho man who
was fond of moralizing, "It is true that
wo can really accomplish nothing until
the crooked has beon made straight
"Of course," interrupted the man in
the loud clothes, "you except cork
screws?" Catholic Standard Times
dUin -imr- V
Riding in Hearse Is All
i JxK n at:. "N
Br-L.w' J .
NBW YORK. niley know Just what
it meant tho sober pneo of tho
horseB, the almost noiseless rumble
of tho rubber-tired wheels, tho swish
ing of tho blnck curtains ngalnst the
windows and the otlitT sure uigua of
a hoarso outbound, All theso things
were known to Hlley from years of
service ub stableman In nn undertak
But when Hlley realized nbout (5:00
a. in., nfter stretching out his arms
cautiously and listening to tho rumble
of tho wheels, that ho was In tho posi
tion of tho "gentleman deceased," ho
let drive with a No. 10 with all his
might. It hit the rear doors of the
hearso rqunrely, QlasB flew in a
shower as tho doors burst open. Ill
ley threw himself Into the street. Sam
uol Kerstoln, tho driver, dropped the
reins and leaped from his perch.
PersonB. at Avenue C and Sixth
street heard the crashing of glass and
Boy Wanted Someone to
CHICAGO. Thero was great excite
ment at one of tho big downtown
hotels the other night. Tho blonde
switchboard operator had jUBt confid
ed to the hat boy that "alio should
worry." But tho causo of her prospec
tive unrest was never disclosed, for
nt that moment tho buzzer began tc
mnke sounds llko Dr Watts' "busy
"Hello! Hollo!" she answered. "Say
don't Jiggle tho receiver like that.
What? You want the proprietor In
room 501, quick?"
"For heaven's sake." raid tho opcr
atoro, appealing to the hat boy, "see
If you can find Mr. Drake. A party up
in 501 is being mmdorcd, I guess."
The boy hastily rushed for Tracey
"Hello Yes? Yes? Hollo? You
want a bellboy or a chambermaid 7
All right. They're coining up."
At the command of "Front!" from
tho desk clerk the captain of the hells
"Something awfnl's happening up
in 501. Lei mc know the worBt as
soon as you get there."
By this time an awed group of
chambermaids stood trembling out
side the door, fearing to open It and
reveal tho growsomo mystery. Down
tho hall camo a procession or boll
boys, followed nt a distance by the
house detective and Proprietor Drake.
.From within all was silent. It was
an ominous silence.
Steals Stove to Save
SEATTLE, WASH. It was a cold
day. "Tommle" Mason shivered
and pulled tho blankets closer nbout
him. No use. Tho bed was a llttlo
warmer than any other part of the
bare, ley room but a fellow can't
sleep all day.
He uroue, wrapped Home blankets
over hla freezing shoulders, and got
mad. This was the only means ho had
of keeping warm becoming angry
for there was no htovo In the place.
That sort of treatment didn't melt
any icicles, however, so Mason deter
mined to got homothlng more warm
ing than an Idea. Ho would bteal a
stove! The only thing to consider
was where. J
Mirrors Have a Bracing
CLEVELAND, O. ComeB now a new
wrinkle in psychological experi
ments, nt least the application of it la
now to Cleveland Down at the Way
farers' Lodge, 1440 West 10th street,
mirrors aro being used as an active
Credit for the Idea 1b due to a
"drifter" who spent several nights
there some months ago. Ho was an
old man, who said he was "paying the
piper", for a ihlBspent life. Tho super
intendent discovered him before tho
glass In the men's dormitory, thought
fully surveying his somewhat bleared
"There ougit to be a lot of theso
things around vere, bo," Bald tho old
man. "It tell i feller a lot of things
about himself trNit ho wouldn't listen
to from any bod i else It is tho kind
of advlco you cinnot get away from.
True, It comes to you kind of late
things you do and shouldn't have done
don't always show right away."
Shakespeare on the Road,
Hamlet had Just boon hit by a cold
storage egg. Whereupon ho turned
gravely to his audience. "How truly
Bpoko the good Marccllus!" quoth ho.
J Something Is rotten In tho utnto of
"You saw that man who Just left?"
asked Miss Howler, who had Just fin
ished singing "Ho said ho would give
anything If ho had my voice Who la
he?" "That man? Oh, ho's an auctioneer'
A I f J v ftr A
V S l'r' I
Right If You Are Dead
saw Ililoy'B black-clad form pick Knell
up and dash off nt tho top speed ot a
pair of nimblo legs. Ono woman
fainted and two peddlers deserted
their push carts and fled, terrified
As Illlcy In his flight flashed past
tho lino of four cnrrlagcs following
the hearso a driver shouted: "it's Jim
Hlley, nono other."
Illlny pulled up nut of breath, when
ho had found refugo lu tho Wlllott
"Is this mo? Am I nllvo?" he
gasped to a stableman
"It's you. Illloy, but your face has
gono all chalky. What's the matter?'
Rtloy pinched himself to fed if it
hurt. Being assured, ho explained:
"Maybe I wan a bit groggy when 1
canio In nt four o'clock this morn
lng. Looking for a place for forty
winks, I see the hearse open and look
lng snug and warm. So I crawls In
6ide and go sound nslcep nfter closing
tho doors. The next thing I know I'm
on my way to tho comctery.
"At first I didn't know whether I
was dreaming or It wns tho real thing
I thought if I could kick a hole in klng
dom come I'd know I wns dreaming;
so I lets drive. I wns bo scared I dts
remembor dropping Into tho street,
but I kept on running qnd here I am "
The hearse had been ordered out at
6:00 a. m. to attend an early funeral.
Help Him Say Prayers
"Had wo hotter knock or forco thi
dour open?' aaked nmno ono in a bat
Then ono of the boyn wns shovec
forward Tho door was opened, ant
the excited crowd followed In tltnor
ouslyi prepared for anything.
On a chair near tho telephone stood
an eight-year-old boy in his pajamas,
tho receiver to his ear.
"I thought you were never coming,"
ho burst out. "Didn't you hear mo
"Now that wo're here." Bald Mr.
Drake, his volco still unsteady after
tho "turn" ho hnd had, "what can wa
do for you? Is is It Ice water oi
"I'm Willie Jackson," explained the
small boy. "My papa went down
stalrB to talk business My mamma
Is in Cincinnati, and I want somebody
to sny my prayers to, as I want to 'go
A chambermaid cheerfuly volunteer
ed to servo In tho capacity of
Himself From Freezing
Janitors would laugh at him, ho re
flected, if ho asked for a stove. Ho
had no money to buy ono, which left
only ono course ho would appropri
ate a furnace, a heater, a range, even
a chafing dish If that wero all ho could
find but he was bound to get some
thing. Ho paused In front of a furniture
houso and considered. Ho would next
havo to steal soma coal and some
wood ho could borrow tho matches
And If ho were "pinched" ho should
worry, for thero wero plenty of nlco
warm stoves in tho bridewell.
So like his namesake, "Tom, Tom,
tho Plpor'B Son" he stolo a stove
and "away ho run." Thestovo weighed
85 pounds, nnd It kept growing henvler
all tho time, so Mason was not sur
prised when Max Matrofsky, proprie
tor of the store, caught him, and called
Tho next morning ho wnB arraigned
in court and was sent to the bridewell
In lieu of tho payment of a fine of ?5
and costs Thus do dreams come
Effect on Wanderers
Naturally, thero havo always been
mirrors a plenty In tho women's de
partment. Several more have been added to
tho men's quarters, Thero is one In
tho dining room and another In the
parlor They nro being used, too. . It
has beon noticed thnt tho men who
upend the night at tho lodgo make a
point of consulting tho glass closely
beforo reporting for breakfast, and
more often than not straighten their
shoulders ag bit, put up their headB a
llttlo higher and gonorallf try to look
unllko "down-and-outera "
Height of Optimism.
Optimism has been described a
what a mother has whon sho tries to
conceal a presont for hor llttlo son
in her muff, and hopes she enn mako
him boliovo Santa Claus hi ought it
Evening Standard and St James
Carlyle's Idea of Love.
Love Is not altogether u delirium,
yet It lias many polnta In common
therewith. I call It rather u discern
lng of tho liiflulte In tho Uniteof tho
ideal made rail,- Ctfrlylo
(PLEASE) If- r6frrSW?o7?
Vi1 MWlAi VSJ
V. J-- i L V
Are You Subjet
Here is a Simple Way of Cor
recting it Instantly Before
it Becomes Chronic, x
Vory few people go through lifo
without Borne tlmo or othor bolng
troubled with constipation. Thousands
lnjuro thomsolvos by tho uso of
strong cathnrtlcs, salt mineral wa
ters, pills and Bimllar things. Thoy
havo temporary value In some cases,
It Is true, but tho good effect is soon
lost, nnd tho moro ono tnkgB ot them
the loan effective they become.
A physio or purgative is seldom
necessary, and much better and moro
permanent results can bo obtained
by using a scientific remedy llko Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, It docs not
hide behind a high sounding nanio,
but is what it is represented to bo,
a mild laxative medlclno. It is so
mild that thousands of mothers give
It to liny Infants, nnd yot it is bo com
pounded, nnd contains such definito
ingredients that it will havo equally
Eood effect when used by n person
Buffering from tho worst chronic con
stipation. In fact, among the great
est endorsora of Syrup Pepsin are
eldorly people who have suffered for
yara and found nothing to benefit
them until thoy took Syrup Popsin.
It is a fact that millions of families
havo Syrup Popsin constantly in the
houso, homea llko thoso of Mrs. O. B.
Prultt, Horen, Ky who used Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin no a laxative
tonic. Mrs. Prultt writes that it no
strengthened nnd cleansed her system
that Bho was nulckly rellovcd of n se
vere cough which had troubled her
for monthB. Tho special value of this
grand laxativo tonlo Ib that it is suit-
"Aro you first in anything in school,
"Flret out of tho building when tho
bell rings." ,
RED, ROUGH HANDS MADE
SOFT AND WHITE
For rod, rough, chapped nnd bleed
ing hands, dry, fissured, itching, burn
ing palms, and painful finger-ends,
with shapeless nails, a ono night Cutl
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rections: Soak tho hands, on retir
ing, in hot wator and Cutlcura Soap.
Dry, anoint with Cutlcura Ointment,
and wear soft bandages or old, loose
gloves during tho night. Theso pure,
sweet and gentle emollients preserve
tho hands, prevent redness, roughness
and chapping, and impart in a slnglo
night that velvety softness and white
ness eg much dQBird by women. Tor
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juro the hands, Cutlcura Soap and Cu
tlcura Ointment aro wonderful.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment cold
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post-card "Cutlcura, DepL L, Boston."
Too Much for Him.
Tho elevator passed tho homely
"Hero, boy," ho cried, "lot mo out on
tho sixth. I tlwught you know that
was my floor."
"Excuse mo, sah," ropllcd tho boy,
stopping the olevator and returning
to the sixth floor, "I oUght to know
your face, sah, but do trouble is I havo
to remember so many of 'em, an'
you's am so complicated, sah."
"Don't you think that we should
have a moro elastic currency?" asked
tho Old Fogy.
"It's elastic enough," replied the
Grouch. "Why don't they mako it
Jumped the Track.
"And Zens turned Niobo Into a
"Did they havo motor cars In thoso
Platonic love Is n good deal like a
Eun that you didn't know was loaded.
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You can obtain a bottle at any drug
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If no membor of your family ha
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"1b your wife a suffragette?"
"Yes," replied Mr. Mcekton, "To a
certain extent. She thinks she ought
to havo the ballot, but she knows a
lot ot women who she is sure do not
We've Done Our Share.
Woodby-la there any money in
writing for tho magazine?
Scrlblina Sure! The postal de
partment is nbout half supported that
way. Boston Transcript.
"I'll hurl tho insult back In that
"Thon ho'll have to cat his words."
Only Ono "IIKOMO QUININE"
That It LAXATJVH IIKOMO OU1NINH. Loo
tut tl.a sWh&lura (.! K. W. UUOVB. Cams Cui2u.
la o Han wuros onp in 'imriMji. asc.
"Dlggs can dash off epigrams with
out a moment's thought." ,
"That's Just the way they sound."
-rn Tlilb'uw'c SuOthlhf ynf) fur Cuiitlrea -teetlilnn,
BoftPUB tlio Biimw, reduces lntlammiv
llou.ollays paln,curea wind collc,23o a bottlejU
Tho lovo of money is the easiest
of all roots to cultivate.
Stealing away from bad company la
Kidneys awd Bladder
TO THE SETTLER
THE AMERICAN RUSH TO
in tho new Districts of
wan ana Alberta thero
are thousand! o( Pre.
to tho nunmaklnientrr
In S Tears time will t
worth from 130 to pa, per
ere. These lauds are
well adaDtrd-ta raln
growlnc and cattle raisins.
SXCELUST BilLVTiT riCIUTKS
In manr cases tha railways In
Canada hare been built in ad
vance at settlement, and In a
short time there will not be a
settler woo noed be mora than
ten or tweltre tulles from a line
of railway. Railway Hates are
regulated by Uor ernmont Com
mission.. Sotlrtl Condition
The American Settlerlsathoma
tn Western Canada. Uelsnota
stranger In a strange land, bav
ins' nearly a million ot bis own
people already settled there. It
Jon desire. U know why the con
Itlon of the Csnadlsn Settler Is
8roprou write and send for
terature, rates, etc., to
J. 1. axlidUi. Ormr 571, Wjlnlwi, 1 1
M. UBHTT, 1 JichM St, St. Pad, Use
Canadian QorernmenvAgenta, or
uunn emperipienuenc or
Immigration, Ottawa, Caaa.
l'ur Hule Z8Q acres. 25 fttrrs In oats. 3S
acres meadow, 20 acres pasture, hog-fenced,
balance woods; E cabins, barn, crib, goo
house, H head work stock. Implements, io,
136 a. Terms N, It, l'rnilery, Neetltn, Is,
W. N. U., SIOUX CITY, NO. 7-J913-
for only 101)
(oas wrappcia (root
coupooi from Joan-
that you'll be
proud to own.
and 5 2-ctnt
Kn4 you s
They are tho gen
uine 1831 Rogers
ware, heavily triple
plated silver on a
white metal bate. Tha
pattern U the famouf
LaVigne, or Grape,
with the beautiful
French Gray finish.
With ordinary new
these spoon will last a
Ul tbse. tun sating you
wrapped today, or tsenci stUI
buy a box of Csbsals aaj you'll hate 1M
w reject a, Ju eaoega lot a tot of teooas.
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