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54 AH the New Colors in
We have taken pains to reproduce in Holeproof
Hose all <>i~ the newest popular shades.
There are eleven to choose from. No matter what
color you prefer, yon will find it in Holeproof Hose.
Every color is guaranteed sanitary and fast.
No Darning Till February
Those who buy six pairs of genuine "Holeproof " now
will have absolutely no darning to do until February.
That is guaranteed. You i^ci a regular printed
guarantee, signed by the dialer when you buy.
FOR MEN WOMEN f AND CHILDREN^
Only the fin< I of Egyptian and Sea Island cotton is used,
costing 1: this year an average of 70c per pound.
The hose fil like silk gloves.
We will spend $33,000 this year simply for inspection, to see
li.at i.vii finished pair is perfection.
Reg. V S I'at
on the Toe
II the hose havesome-
I !. ■ . else printed on
them they ;tre not the
original v uai ai •• ed
■ ' Kenuine Hole
proof Hose ■'• ith ■'■'■! years
i ) i xpei ieni ■ is nit into
e\ ii y inch of them.
They an no! what
you want — :! yu ■■• anl
:.';i be; : hosi , vn made
The genuine " Hole
proof " is sold in ywur
town. We'll tell you tin
• ii-.i li r's :; .1 m '■ "li 1 c
■ r .:••'■: a • II shipdirect
whel •■ w e h.i'. • no
il< ..ii 1 . 1 harffes pi '-pan!,
in receipt « if remit
No Une Can Buy riner Hose ihan inese
Oui famous 25c how have never been eqnaled at the price
Hut or.: .v, hose (Holeprool Lustre Hose, Mercerized) and onr 75c
hose (Hol< proof Silk Hose) are the very finest ln»c to be had regard
less <•!' whai hose cost.
All • ■■■ you pay over these prices is waste. You cant gel nose
Although made in tin- lightest weights and with the softest y;irns
we still vru.ii an: <•<> tin -a • .is
Six pairs < : Holeproof Lustre Hose in a boa guaranteed nix months
-li i. -• $3
v of Holeproof Silk Sox :n .1 !)« \ —guaranteed three
months — I'l ice St
7. rite •■■: free b« ok " H< w to Make Your Peel Happy."
THE HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. 483 Fourth Street, Milwaukee, Wis.
TAMPICO NEWS CO . S. A.. City of Mexico. Agents for Mexican Republic.
SALESMEN and SALESWOMEN
W /\l^l 1 VJ.U i lyinu lioni $11KK) to v,nn . . |
■ »i« 11-.-, No I. .1111. 1 .m.i,.,.. ,„..!., I
t.. get out ..i '!,. in We will teach you 10 1..- an expert
hah man oi all woman by mail incishi weeks and aaaiat
you hi m-. ii. .i gum! I— iliun .111.1 , i.v can pay (or your
tuition out ul yi. 111 earning*. VVnt< today 1..1 lull nattii 11
Lai .m.I li timonial from hundred i mi and women
wi have placed in booil pobition paying Iruin tIUU to
} . r ,i«i. . niunth and «M" •»-• ■-•.
A.1.1i.— . nearest ofTii .■ I>. pi 792.
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ii,,,.,... \.» tarfc, 1 |.,.ii.. tj1.,..i,.. h,. ,,-.,- I ,i ..■-,,,, I .,„,.,,,
MONEY IN POULTRY SSSfBiS $<*£
and SQUABS l;.::^;;. 1 ' 1 ;.; I "; ; ;, K1I:"K 1 I : " ,";:: v l^p
t»l'.«..l"ll Mi ii. ii. »•- '••». ••"• 13, ••<• «"»■•• ». l«. '**.
WStTI Mil; in*, 11. Ill S. li:U nOOKLKI
allowing our IhiL mid 1..m, how la grow miuh.
-JP ■■ ■ 1.,- in t. llmi.. tlnblri, ■■'.■ -1 1...A. », HI .1.... la.
, -to. I hi.. 1 m\ [3»i(ip. c. |M,.m . uurkrtt watliug
run. 111.l ::.".>, vi» . M" rirlll V Nillloiml
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Pleasing the People
"^/"c ) L* know the "1>! saw about fooling some of
the people part of the time, usually at
tributed to Lincoln, but which probably be
to I. T. Barnum. It's the same when it
comi to plea ing people. A magazine can't
I'll ase .ill the people .ill the timi . c pei tally one
like our Sunday Magazine, which h.is up
ward of five million readers every week. If it
did, it wouldn't be worth much, but be merely
1 lea ant and colorless. What we ar< tryii
di i to plea c 1 "t our readers most <•!' the
time and to intere : the m all th< tin 1 . 1 ■ en if
it ; .1 fightinj interest. Yon see, we want to
make you do .1 little plain thinking, and t<>
maki ;' . ■ 1 . 1 i ] ■> iblc, about impoi tant
things in the serious t>ut very fine game of liv
Our next number is going to pli a c ma I pro
j!i ; bui :''■!< re are thing in it that >me people
will not care for particularly. W< are sure ol
that, because ol i division of opinion amon the
editoi I: nurht be railed a finch balanced
magazine :• i that reason, .m<l that i pretty
hard to achieve. Om- thing i >•■:'.. i-.v. the.
maj ...■■• ... sub tan< c and fju litj witl
being .1 bit hi .1 . . . Let v l< hk at some 1
TAFT AND TAFP By Fames Hay, 1..
!';. t .li ! - you nevei heard ol Tafl , ■ ■
were nut fur him you would not ird so
much abi vi Tafl a >■ >v ha\ c. When th< P
dent maili hi fanioti IV i tern trip it ■■
!u: ;iit ol Tafl :■: ■ ■ ke< p hiti in touch wit
1i: ■. •! i. : ■ ti ii ■ . ul ■ ■■■ ilaj i>i i
TafT kept a t«l< ipl . : '..
Pn idenl , and l ■ I it end tlwaj ci >nm i-ted
. On utcr in n land, in
> i' .' oi in thi wihlrrnt . fafl vu . '
■.'. ii li I.ci I and kt*t*pini open the Hi
munii ution. And talk at* >ut At't .:\ en
ture sturifi wh , the; iri I iuli en tunts
• ompan d v. ith thu c ol Tafl '
About th( i i : utisfacton thine in Ihe
world i: to comi in contact with a man who is
entire!) i i>ni| ctenl tn fill his pai ti< ulai job.
Tafl ha the kind of o impi ten< ■- that enable
him i" accompli h the > < i'\ im|w
and without nuu h fu You ki I .. illin^
ire to thitr In j ■ . •
Rebuild Your Overworked Physique Into
Sturdy Strength and Vigor
How often do you come home at night too dogaed tired to even respondM]M
pleasant reception awaiting you? Life's struggle becomes more «MB"
intense as the twentieth century progresses. Mentally and t r.vsicaiiy y
must conserve your energies, build up your strength and equn yoursell ror '. -
test. You must have sleep, good digestion, steady nerves, bone ;irsii muscrf.
clear mind. These can be secured, maintained and enhanced ty trie use 01
paDst cxc met
Being an extract of rich barley malt and choicest hops, it iurni-hes nounslf
ment in predi«ested form and acts as a tonic. A desire for food is s! i: ' lulateo ,, r
power furnished the system to draw quicker, better and greater en«gT»"
what you eat. At the same time the gentle, soothing effects of the ™>P*
your nerves to their normal state. Peaceful and refreshing slee^ is inauicu.
the brain strengthened and new life given to the tired muscles.
Physicians of repute everywhere are constantly vouching lor the
merits of Pabst Extract. the "Best" Tonic, by recommeni..:K it
to strengthen the weak and build up the overworked: to relieve
insomnia and conquer dyspepsia: to help the anaemic an:; aid
the nervous: to assist nursing mothers and invigorate old a^e.
Order a Dozen from Your Local Druggist Today Insi.t Upon !t Being P»W
» Llbr»rj Slip, _-m.il for Root* »i,.l Iliubn, •" partrd »lth fml boitlr.
Jf,,V,t and Picturt "Baby's Fine AUitn:urt" Ml! frtt m rt^utft.
PABST EXTRACT CO. DEPT. 15 MILWAUKEE. W&
things thai arc w. ::'.: while. B3 the way, we
are mighty eager 1 snake
y< -,i 1 hi er foi oui Sund w \!.u..\/im
A BIZARRE NOCTURNE By 1.. I Be mm
This is the kind
f 1 'Ik i ':..,:
vivid, ;■:• ving picture ol m<
\. ,ir. It ■ ' ritten, '■>■<■'
alone r. ..'-■. t wort \
thing t^ be ren inded now and I -..ir is
even worse than Gi
A REVISE ON RUTTY BOY
By Sewell ForJ
Merely to announce that this is one of flu
best of the tales in which the only Professor
McCabe is the hero is quite enough. The
wise ■:••.<•.•: upon a small reform mission.
after his friend the Bishop has failed, and res
cues a foolish young nephew in a highly dra
matic manner. You will be mighty s,>rrv when
you conn- to tlu- end of the story, and probably
start in and ad it over again. It's worth it.
Dy Thomas Crawford Cjlbri-Jih
Whi n an author can personify animals and
make them talk so that one feels he is merely in
terpreting real i;dk in human language, and
tell a highly interesting sr.-iv besides, it is a
mighty fine accomplishment. Really, this tale
will remind you of one of Kipling's, so admira
ble is it iti every way.
CYNTHIA'S CHAUFFEUR DvLouuTnc)
You know by this time th.st ir is hardly neces
sary to mention the fine serial which crow's Ui
nr as it advances.
THE BATHING GIRLS
Bj Ihe Kiitncy». Fkfg, m I Chnsiv
Now and then we have to talk about our
covers. You have seen the lovely figure by
The Kinneys. Janus Montgomery Flag's
cover for th issue is really striking, 1 n't ii '
Next week Howard Chandlt-r Christy presents
his idea; but he iieetls two figures. Honestly.
ai.-u't these the rmwt artistic and lovelies! batr»
iny pictures you have seen?
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