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(Special Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.)
FARM HOMES NEED GOOD WATER SYSTEMS.
Many of our American women were un
able to take up the duties of nursing at
the front, but they should know how to
take care of their own at home, and for
thii purpose no better book wai ever
printed than the Medical Adviser a book
'containing 1,008 papes, und bound In cloth,
with chapters on Flint Aid, Bandaging
and care of Fractures, Taking care of the
Kick, Physiology, Hygiene, Bex Problem,
Mother and llibe, which can be had at
most drug stun, or send 60 cents to the
publishers, 603 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
The women at home, who are worn
out, who suffer from pain at regular or
irregular intervals, who are nervous or
dizzy at times, should take that reliable,
temperance, herbal tonic which a doctor in
active practice prescribed many years ago.
Now sold by druggixts, in tablets and liq
uid, as Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package.
Wllmltifton, Del. "When I wis s girl st
horn, m.r mother always railed on Dr. Hsrea'a
rsTortte Prescription. It ne'er failed to hulld
ber up and make ber strong, when Id a run dows
"I was Id s mlarrable, ran down condition. I
wae weak and nerrous and Buffered from ar-hee
and pains all oeer. Knowing turn Favorite Pre
scription bad helped mj molber 1 derided to taka
It, and found It eirellent. It built me up la
better health than 1 bail been for a Ions time.
"I ahall always recommend the Trssorlptloa'
to womro wb are slllnj." Mr. Alexandat
Morton. 887 Klrkwood St.
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To Water Hanging Plant
I'litce u small funnel In the center
of (lie basket, leaving the cup port
above the soil, but hidden by the fol
iage. Fill this with wuter dully. The
water will sonk Into the soli gradually
end will not run through onto the floor
below, spoiling carpets or waxed floors.
How's This ?
We offer $100.00 (or any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALL'S
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
. Sold by druggists for over forty years.
Price 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Two shipwrecked sailors were feel
ing very miserable on a desert Island,
pinched with hunger and cold. The
one more wretched than the other said
to his companion :
"Can you pray, Bill?"
"Can you sing?"
"Well." snld the first, "let's have
something religious let's have a col
lection." No Worms In a Healthy Child
Am children troubled with worms ha?e sa en
Mild r color, which Indicates poor blood, and sa a
rule, th-ra la more or lees atmxiun ataturbanoa.
OHOV rg TAHTBLHH8 chm TON1U siren revularlr
(or two or three weeks will enrich tbe blood, Im
prove the digestion, and act as m General Strength
nlnsTonlo to tbe whole aratem. Nature will then
throw off ordlspel the worma. and the Child will be
la perfect health. Pleaaul to take. SQc per bonis.
Artist Just a little daub of mine,
you see, madam.
Lady You are entirely too modest
I call that quite a big daub.
Anoint the eyelids with Roman Tr Bel
wain at nlsht, and In the moraine observe
the refreshed and strengthened sensation la
your eyes. Adv.
Ad act of heroism Is temporary
while an net of charity Is everlasting.
AH yellow flume on the gus range
Is prastlenlly wasted.
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Look out for Span
At the first sign of
a cold take'
CASCARA M QUININE
Standard cold remedy for 30 years to tablet
form aafe, sure, no opiates breaka up a cold
In 34 hours relieves trip in 3 days. Money
back if it fella. The genuine box has a Red top
with Mr. Hill's picture. At Ail Dnuj Stores.
AIRPLANES Won the War STf,1?::.
saeohanlo. Learn how to bnlld alrplanea. Manufao
Carers and (Jovernnient Deed trained men. Let m
teach Tim bow to build your own airplane. Out
soars In practical airplane onnsiracilon quail net
Cu. We bare taught nundreda of others, ao eat
aehyoo. No bookntudr al our school i praetlca.
work onlr. Write fur Illustrated booklet "C. U.'
V. 8. AERO SCUOOL, Do rark Bow, t.ew Tork
HIS ADYICE TO SUFFERERS
Mr. B T. gtright, of JM Arabella St., Knoxtllle
Pittsburgh, Pa , suffered tor a) rears with stomach
lifer, bladder, kidney trouble and asthma. Uurlni
his sutrerlnin, he tried ererrthing adrlfted to him
which cost him a fortune. Bit bottles of the Hon
Prof. Mr. Jo. Herman's Hpeolnl lllood Porl
Bar proved to him lu merlu. This Master Hemed)
ean bo received lir parcel post, prepaid, three botllei
Hi), forspeclal advice and testimonials, give thor
ough dlaitnoals of yonr case. t. FHKlTHOfc" MR
Manufacturing Cbemlst, Carrlck, I'ltuburgh, fa
Ideal for the
Q. M nte.4WiT M enrl Kft Ttlnrm tB
H-strplfi ecn ir or 'mnnn, inp. mowtmu-
..HAIR BALSAM .
A MM preparation of mtrrtt,
RIW to radioavt dandruff.
For RtMtorinc Color and
BMtitytoGrr or Faded Hmlr.
Aon, and ti.oot Prnrriitfc
Compltte History of World". War iVuT
of stirring photograpblo battle aoenes, maps, etc.
HI eonnulmon. AnenU'outfltfree. Bend loo lor
postage, t. U. Tkewpue C., raltarlae SMg. ,11. Leels,
Tirglnla Farms for Sale
gains to be had: smay payments! ooma and see ns
Irsti tl years In tbe business; nice land W to
liiJ per aore. Our lists aent free on supllcatlnn.
U. 0. UOUGAitD CO., Korfolk, Irglulav
Colds Grow Bettor
orprlalfiRly .toon, throat Inflammation dlsnp-
tfcar3, irntaiioa is reucvea ana inruai w
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TIMORE, NO. 62-1918.'
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One of Miracles
Born of War
0 m i o naming man wuu h'
I It" and then "goes west" Is
IIP fi.-t.t i Ilnata
misseu ny nis trenenniute,
the one who gets a nice,
clean wound Is envied, but
the ninn who Is struck by flying steel
and leaves the lines to emerge from
the hospital a legless, armless or sight
less by-product of war Is pitied from
the depths of his comrades' hearts.
Artillerymen pray that when they
are hit they will not be mutilated for
life; so do Infantrymen. For they
sicken at the thought of passing the
remainder of their days a burden to
themselves and others, objects of pity
and charity. Death Is the least toll
But now comes the miracle, Just an
other which has been born of the most
colossal war: The reclamation of the
mutilated man, the refitting of him
to return to civil life the worker of
bis own destiny, without aid of charity
or pity or pension. The armless will
return to their trades and professions,
the blind will work alongside the
sighted by grace of a superdevoloped
seventh sense, the legless may take
up their work where they left It to
Join the colors, or else equip them
selves for a new object In life and ask
no special concessions from their
whole-limbed competitors nor from
More Than Makeshift
Mechanical Ingenuity . has devised
the artificial arm and leg which 14
something more than a makeshift for
partially concealing the loss of a limb.
With sufficient training In its use a
man equipped with such an arm can
ehave himself with an open razor, a
feat which many a man with both
arms Intact will not attempt
fie can grasp a whetstone and
sharpen a scythe or hold a delltate
tool at a lathe for work demanding
the finest precision. From his new
training the blinded man emerges
capable of efficient work at tbe same
lathe or making furniture in open
competition with employees with un
impaired sight It all rests with the
individual whether he applies him
self with new hope and enthuslusm to
t,ho task of reQttIng himself for a pro
ductive, useful career.
France furnishes well nigh In
numerable examples of the new sur
gery and the new training of men who
t,o all Intents and purposes have been
hnndlcnpped for life. Throughout tbe
republic re-educatlonal schools for
mutllus have been established and are
graduating men and returning them
to the channels of peace time occupa
tions at a marvelous rate.
A mutlle who hits lost his tight arm
Is set to work performing simple ex
ercises with his left, such as cutting
out squares and ovals from sheets of
thin copper. After five or six weeka
of this elemehtary training In any
American Red Cross or French re-ed-ucutlonul
Bchooi, his left hand begins
to develop some of the skill looked
for from a man's right arm. Soon he
Is able to write with his left, and
eventually he forgets the loss of the
other member. .
Time tni Patience Needed. '
Then comes the attachment of the
Ingenious mechanical arm to the stub
of his right. It takes time and pa
tience to lenrn io operate Its springs
and levers and clamps, for every opera
tion must be managed from the shoul
der and remaining section of the arm.
To the "wrist" of this artificial mem-
Aviation waj born lq ancient Greece,
observes Canrb Kelly Field Eagle. Dig
ging' down Into the depths of bookery
they have found that Icarus was the
original boy aviator, and though he
leU to his dW in hts first solo flight,
there waft iwi flying field named after
him simply because In the golden days
of Greek tn'ythology the nations had
not gone In seriously for aviation.
However, sfnee there were no fields to
Too often a girl who has natural
beauty in her youth squanders it prodi
gally, keeping late hours, over-exert-fng
ond eating irregularly food
(hat Is rich, but not particularly nour
ishing!. Health and strength are the
props on which beauty depends for
success, and when Inroads are con
stantly made on these It quickly fades.
To continue la the possession of
health and strength no new laws are
rCAJ. AIM O?JL0
her the muille learns to attach a score
of hooks and clasps, each designed to
perform a particular function. With
these nttaohmei'H he can hold a pen
and write, hold a book for reading,
whittle with n knife, sweep with a
broom, use his knife at the table for
cutting his food.
An artificial thumb, wonderfully
constructed to repluce the lost natural
member, enables him to grasp objects
between thumb and forefinger.
Farm work Is notoriously hard
work, calling for skill as well as for a
strong, active body behind It. France
is returning her wounded soldiers to
the soli at a rate little short of miracu
lous. A Pollu, leaving the hospital after
amputations, enters one of the Red
Cross or French re-educational schools.
Let us say he has lost both legs and
that he was originally a worker In
vineyards In the south of France.
Naturally he wants to go back to his
home section when he has been dis
charged, and the great hope In his
heart is that he will In some way be
able to re-enter the old life.
"But I hove lost both legs," he tells
the official who Is making a preliminary
study of his case. "These new ones
are excellent, monsieur, but I cannot
prune vines again."
"Quite so, but you can be taught
to do useful work sitting down,"
"But, monsieur, one cannot prune
vines that way."
"Exactly. But I have something
else in mind. Your grape harvest is
gathered In baskets, is it not? How
would you like to learn basket-weaving)
There is noed for such work In
your home section."
Desires Are Consulted.
It goes that way. No mutlle Is set
to work at a new task without having
his natural desires consulted. If he
wants work In agriculture, there la
something which he can bs taught to
do. If It Is a factory he longs for, his
artificial hand will be trained for the
I have seen French mutlles from
the farming sections of France, who
before the war plowed behind a pair
of oxen, being taught the Intricacies
of the mechanical tractor. And I have
seen these same men going out to
plow once more not as peasants be
hind oxen, but as skilled tractor opera
tors, whose false arms or legs equipped
thorn to compete successfully with
highly trained men who have lost
neither. And I hnv seen a mutlle
who had lost both arms In battle climb
nimbly to his seat on a farm cart and
Illustrations might be multiplied,
but would be superfluous. The re-edu-cationnl
system in operation abroad
nnd In America holds a deeper signifi
cance and Interest than Its application
of advanced surgery nnd mechanics In
re-equlpping men ' for the tusks of
The significant feature of it lu
France, for Instance, is that those men
emerge from the weltor of holl, minus
arms and legs, somotlmes blind, to
returu to civil life better equipped
then in prewar days.
The education of the French peas
ant In the past has been largely a mat
ter of utilizing ancient methods. Man
have plowed with oxen because thejr
grandfathers did ; neither hod the ad
vantage of training in advanced agri
culture. But the peasant who leaves
a re-educational school and returns to
the soil Is no longer content to farm
In the old way.
The Great Awakening,
He has learned the economy of trac
tor plowing and of seed drills And of
manure spreaders. He has lea mod
the principles aod practical side of
be named, tbey christened the sea Into
which he fell the Jcartan sea. A
heard ct Investigation appointed to
Investigate the cause of the accident
made findings that Ike's wings had
come off probably "dua to the intense
heat of the rfun melting the wax which
held them firmly to his body."
Insects Hsva Short, Life,
As Hearn truly sold, the incidents
of tha Insect world are mostly ox a
nightmare character wltnsts the nup
tial flight oil the bee sd the devour-
needed, bnt the old rule of plenty of
sleep holds good. Sufficient sleep is
more conducive to good looks than any
artificial means yet discovered by the
beauty doctors. If you wish to keep
your eyes bright and your face unllned,
obey the eight-hour rule for sleep.
Female of the Speolea,
Only the. female spiders spin webs.
They own all the real estate, and the
males have to live a vagabond Ufa un:
tier stones and in other obscure hiding
places. If thay come about tha house
t. 'uJr'v--rv". ) , r"t.; .i
ill ik Ai
modern dairying and orcharding. Ho
will not be satisfied to use his new
arm or leg as he used the old. It hns
been the great nwnkenlng for hliu and
his kind, it nd unconsciously or pur
posely he will spread the contagion of
the new order of things lit the midst
of the old.
Industry throughout the world must
not close Its eyes to the Inevitable fact
that following the war re-equlpped
men who have sacrificed sight and
limbs for their country will come back
to take their places alongside . the
wbolo. They will come back efficient
men, asking no sympathy, asking no
special concessions from employers
or those with whom they work shoul
der to shoulder. The world is not go
ing to be flooded with Idle, saddened
objects of pity and charity. That, too,
belongs to tbe old order of things.
In the readjustment of every na
tion's economic and Industrial life fol-1
lowing the demobilization of the arm
ies the men reclaimed from mutilation
will demand and receive their full
share of tbe task. i
This Is one of tbe war's most sub
lime achievements, second only to the
everlasting defeat of military au
We cannot get away from Idealism
any more than we can from charac
ter, nor from an Idealism based on
knowledge. The problem will be as
it always has been, one of making It
helpful and fruitful, and enlisting it in
the service of man. It cannot serve
man except through other men, nnd as
applied by them. The greatest Ideal
ever revealed to the world was the
Ideal of service. There could have
been none greater. Christian people
certulnly will not deny this, for It la
one of the basic truths of their re
ligion. Idealism, service and obedi
ence, therefore, all go together, nnd
are all necessary elements of a sym
metrical character. They will not loae
their Importance or value. We cannot
think of men living together In a civil
ized society without them. For, lack
ing them, men would not be men, nnd
society would not be civilized. Bos
More thun 75 years ago Belgium de
clared her Independence of Holland,
to which she had been united by the
settlement of 1815. Long-standing dis
satisfaction first broke Into open re
bellion on the night of August 25, when
the performance of the opera "La
Muctte de Portlcl," with its passionate
appeal for emancipation, Inflamed the
audience to such a degree that the peo
ple left the opera house and flew to
arms. Europe regarded the outbreak,
as merely a local riot until a month
later, when the Dutch army sent to rt
establish order In Brussels was led In
to a trap from which It extricated It
self only after four days' heavy fight
ing and tho loss of 1,500 men. Im
mediately on the withdrawal of the de
feated troops a provisional govern
ment was assembled and on October 4
Belgium was proclaimed an Indepen
Ing by the female spider of her bride
groom. Whether they have wings or
stings or both or none, theirs Is tho
life of the preyer or the preyed tiponj
and they can defend themselves feebly
only by protective coloring, or perhaps
an unpleasant taste which makes then)
Inedible to birds that would otherwise,
eat them. Whether hey oreep on thd
ground or appear to nutter joyously
among the flowers, their struggle for
existence Is fierce and Incessant. Thfls
does stark science brush away the fuz
zy fancies of a sentimental older era.
so often as to bora the ruling sex they
are mercilessly killed and eaten. The
spider's skin is (U unyielding as the
shells of lobsters and crabs', and la
shed from tlma to time In the same
way,, to accommodate the animal's
growth. ' If yon poke over the rubbish
In a female spider's back yard, among
her cast-off corsets you will find tbe
Jackets of the males, who have paid
for their sociality with their lives
trophies of her barbarism as truly as
scalps show tha savage nature of the
red maa. .
Illustrating Common but Unsafe Location of the Farm Well and Spring. Pos
sible Source of Pure Water Also Is Indicated. A, Unsafe Well; B, Unsafe
Spring; C, Privy; D, Garden; E, Chicken Yard; F, Hog Yard; Q, Cultl
vated Field; H, Pasture; J, Woodlot Fenced Off and Kept Clean; Here,
Beyond the Probable Channels of Impure Drainage, May Ba Pure Water.
HEEDED OH FARM
Good Water Is One of Prime
Essentials for Safe and
LIGHTING ALSO NECESSARY
Surface and Underground Drainage
Should Be Considered In Locating
. Wells to Avoid Contamination
Wood Lot Desirable.
A good water supply, a complete
aewage-dlsposal plant, and effective
beatlne and lighting systems consti
tute the four Drlme utilities of the
farm home, the foundations of safe,
comfortable living. To secure these
ends in greatest measure, thought and
planning are necessary. If the proce
dure Is haphazard, If the parts are not
correlated, there Is neither economy
In the construction nor satisfaction In
the operation of the plant.
When locating the well, the direc
tion of surface and underground drain
ago should be considered, to the end
that the water supply may not be con
taminated by the aink drain, cesspool,
or other sources of filth. Tbe unused
water from a spring or flowing well
may be made valuable If brought to a
watering trough, cooling tank, fish
pond, or swimming pool, or harvested
as ice. A saving may be effected by
laying two lines of pipe In one trench.
The engine which drives tbe pump
may operate other useful appliances,
such as a dynamo, saw, washing ma
chine, cream separator, or cliurn. .
A notable example of home-planned
utilities Is found upon a farm In north
ern Utah. By personal planning and
hard work, the owner of this farm
gradually has equipped his house with
a pressure water system, a laundry
containing a power washing machine,
wringer, mangle, and drying machine,
a heating plant, electric lights, electric
range, electric heaters for emergency
use In chumbers, and a vacuum clean
Sanitary Farm Water Supply.
Observation Indicates that on the
averago three out of four farm wells
are located within 75 feet of the back
door of the house and In the direction
of the barn. That convenience and
first cost not safety hove been the
deciding factors In thousands of such
locatlous is a fact made evident by the
proximity of barnyards, pig pens, pas
tures, fertilized fields, sink drains,
privies, cesspools and house yards ren
dered Insanitary by chickens, slops,
garbage, and other filth. Too fre
quently the leach from these or other
sources of filth, after Joining the
ground water, moves with greater or
less directness to wells and springs,
seriously Impairing the water supply
by organic Impurity or grossly poison
ing it with human sewage.
Among other ways by which surface
waters nnd open or poorly covered
wells nnd springs are contaminated or
receive noxious substances are: Sur
face wash from roads, ranges, or the
other sources of filth above mentioned J
bodily entry of stock and poultry or
their droppings; filth from the shoes
of careless farm hands and children;
drippings from the dipper or bucket
handled by carriers of disease; dust
nnd leaves from the air ; and entry of
I worms, bugs, spiders, toads, frogs,
' mice, snakes, cats, or other animal
life, which through death and decom
position may Impart to the water dis
agreeable odor and taste and perhaps
more serious characteristics.
Deterioration of water may be due
to still other causes that make It un
wholesome but not, so far as known,
destructive of health. Among such are
unusual dissolving of mineral salts
from the earth, washings from clay
that produce a milky appearance, dis
coloration from mineral or vegetable
matter, admixture of mineral or vege
table oils, absorption of offensive
The soy bean may be satisfactorily
grown in combination with other farm
By using the tractor the farmer is
ennbled to take advantage of the more
seasonable times for particular operations,
gases, low forms of animal life, min
ute plant growths often productive of
bright-colored, fibrous masses and
scums, and especially when water la
of peaty or swampy origin, Impregna
tion with Iron. In short, Investigations
Indicate that only a small minority of
furm water supplies can be clussed aa
unqualifiedly safe and desirable.
Diseases From Poor Water.
Among the ailments caused or ini
Hut-need by contaminated water ar
typhoid fever, tuberculosis, hookworm'
disease, cholera, dysentery and diar
rhea, and certain obscure maladies
that may be traced eventually to the
poisonous effects of drainage from hu
man wastes. Figure 2 shows in a
striking manner how Increased use of
pure water in Massachusetts has been
followed by decline In the typhoid
fever death rate. Frequently a home
or village supplied with water from a
mountain spring or canyon is a center,
of goiter, although tbe possible rela
tionship of such water to this disease
has not been proved conclusively.
Among ailments of live stock, hog
cholera, anthrax, and foot-and-mouth
disease are spread by moving water.
Hence sick animals should not have
access to streams, and dead animals
should not be left exposed in fields or
burled where drainage may carry In
fection to streams and water supplies.
One's duty to himself and neighbors'
should obligate him to confine all sick
animals and burn the carcasses of
dead ones or bury them deeply In
spots remote from streams, wells and
springs, and urge his neighbor to do
Tbe vital things to remember tiro
that ground water Is not stagnant but
moves usually, though not always,
with tbe "lay" or slope of the land;
that Its character determines largely
the character of wells and springs;
that it Is not an inexhaustible reser
voir, bnt that ft given well yields only
aa It receives; and that continued
pumping will not Improve the water IS
a well If the sources from which it la
fed are permanently at fault. In
short, ground water la natural drain
age variously modified in its move
ment and character by subterranean
Safe Location of Walla.
Wells cannot be located In all cases
so that there may not be some pollu
tion, bnt the great safeguards are
clean ground and as wide separation
as possible from the probable chan
nels of any Impure drainage. It is not
enough that a well or spring Is 00,
100, or 150 feet from a source of filth
or that it is merely upon higher
ground, although even moderate re
moteness and elevation of (he source
of supply are of service. Given porous
or gravelly ground, seamy ledge, or
long-continued pollution of one plot of
land, the zone of contamination is like
ly to extend long distances, particu
larly In downhill directions and at
such times ns water supplies are low
ered by drought or heavy pumping.
Only when the surface of the water In
a well or spring is actually at a high
er leved at all times than any nearby
source of filth is there positive assur
ance of safety.
Upon any farm a wood lot, grove,
or windbreak Is highly desirable, not
only to supply fuel end small timber,
but for Its beauty and the protection
Water for domestic use should
be clear, lustrous, odorless,
colorless, wholesome, soft, neith
er strongly acid nor alkaline,
and its temperature for general
farm purposes should be about
00 degrees F. These character
istics, however, must never be
deemed nroof of purity, for a
class of water may possess them
all and yet contain millions of
disease-producing germs. Any
susdIcIous water should bo re
jected until both the water and
the surroundings where it is ob
tained are passed upon by corn
Detent sanitation authority, gen-
2 erally the state board of health.
As yet the soy bean is troubled by
few serious enemies.
A full smokehouse Is one of the
best evidences of thrift.
Haul all implements Into the ma
chine shed as soon as work with them
Management of barnyard manure on
farms differs greatly In the same lo
cality and tho best yields are usually
found where It Is given the best care.
After the War a Period of Pros
perity! It is evident that the Government of
the Dominion In Its programme of re
construction and development Is un
dertaking a work of tremendous lm,
portance. There will be available the
labor for work that has been silent
since 1014, and the rehabilitation of
this labor will entail the thought nnj
energy of most capable heads. The
transition period from war to pence
will be rapid and thorough, and, In.
stead of Canada sinking into a state
of lethargy, there will be a continued
period of wakefulness that will give
employment to the unemployed, nnd
render to the capitalist and producer
ample return for his money, effort
Tilie agricultural potentialities of
the great Canadian West possess Illim
itable acres of the best of soil, cnViMe
of producing millions of bushcis of
the best of grain. The cost of grow
ing this Is lower than any place on
the continent. There will be a greater
demand than ever for these Innds, the
consequent production will be heavier
nnd the profits attractive. Cut tin
Industry will be one of the chief de
velopments, and the encouragement of
It will lie in the continued high prices
thnt beef products will bring. Euro
pean countries have been depleted of
cnttle, and the demand for beef, cattle
and dairy products will tax the effoiU
of the producer for yenrs to conio.
Western Canada offers unequnlecl
'opportunities for development In this
In the Canadian West plans are be
ing laid for the development of elec
trical power which can be produced
cheaply. There Is an abundance of
coal and water power that could bo
used in developing this useful energy.
What cheap power produced In this
way will mean to the farmer and de
velopment of industrial enterprises
cannot be estimated In figures.
More extensive development of the
water power at Niagara, on the St.
Lawrence and at waterfalls all over
the country, is ready to be launched.
Peace will see new mine fields
opened tip, and It Is equally certain
that shipbuilding, railway equipment,
steel production, and many of the in
dustries will go forward with a
' Canadian industries win be required
In the reconstruction of Europe, and
already the Canadian Government has
sent across the seas a commission for
the purpose of securing orders. Can
ada took an early and prominent part
In -the war, nnd In the days of peace
will be found equally active. She feels
that by the valor and loyalty of her
people- she has earned a large share
of the business and prosperity that
will follow the war period,, and she
proposes to get It. Advertisement.
No Charmer, This!
Furthermore, why do they call an
Mir-splltting whistle a "siren?" Our
anderstandlng of a siren is that peo
ple don't try to get away from her.
MONEY TROUBLE NOT
Applicants for Insurance Often
An examining physician for one ef the
prominent life insurance companies, in an .
interview of tbe subject, made the aa
tonitihing statement that one reason why
so many applicants for insurance are re
jected is because kidney trouble is so com
mon to the American people, and tbe large
majority of those whose applications are
declined do not even suspect that they
have the disease. ,,
Judging from reports from druggists
who are constantly in direct touch with
tbe public, there is one preparation that
has been very successful in overcoming
these conditions. The mild and healing
inttuence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ii
soon realized. It stands the highest for
its remarkable record of success.
We find that Swamp-Root is strictly
an herbal compound and we would ad
vise our readers who feel in need of such a
remedy to give it a trial. It is on sale
at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large.
However, if you wish first to test this
crent preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kil mer St, Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle When writing be sure and
mention this ' paper. Adv.
The Name Gutta Percha.
Gutta perclia derives Its nntiio from
the Mnlayan words gueta, a gum, and
percha, a cloth. It was Introduced to
the civilized world In 1842 by Doctor
Montgomery, a Scottish surgeon.
Cutlcura for Sore Hands.
Sonk hands on retiring in the hot suds
of Cutlcura Soap, dry ond rub In Cu
tlcura Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with soft tissue paper. For
free samples address, "Cutlcura, Dept.
X, Boston." At druggists and by mall.
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv.
Milliner "I know that hat would
nlense your husband." Customer
"Not unless you took $20 off the
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'Top, why do they have cages for
"To put tho blrdmen In, my son."
Mince pies can be made without
ment nnd with plainer crust it yo"
wish to economize.
A Wholesome, Cleanslni,
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I UUI Lolltn Murine for Red
it. ness, Soreness, Granula-
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