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NO SLEEPING-BAG FOR THEM
flLaplandert Preferred the Snow and
the Open Air, and So Had
Sir Henry Lucy tells In tho Corn'
Jill Magailno a good story that ho
ind from Nnnnon, thu explorer. It
.musingly Illustrates tho hardy health
if tho Laplanders.
Part of Nnnsen's equipment for his
.rip nerosa Greenland consisted of two
llccplng-baRs mndc of tindresBcd
kins. On tho first night of tho Jour
tiny Nansen and his two Norwegian
tompantons pot Into oho of tho bags,
pulled tho mouth tight across tholr
necks, and so slept In tho hiiow with
only their heads out.
Boforo retiring to rest, N'nnsen saw
the three Laplandora ho had cngagod
for tho expedition cozlly tucked Into
tho othor slceplng-bng. When ho
iwoko In tho morning, almost numb
with cold, ho observed that tho bn
In which he had tied up tho Lapland
era was empty, nnd that they wcro no
whoro In sight. Ho was afraid they
had desorted him, and scrambling
out of tho bag ho went In Bcarch of
them. Ho found tho throe men fast
asleep behind a hillock of snow that
they had scraped together as n pro
tection against tho wind,
"Ah, mastor," they said, when nsk
M to explain this extraordinary con
duct, "wo couldn't sloop In that thing.
It was too hot, so we got out nnd
.novo had a comfortablo night hero."
Beryl Poor young Stlckleby! Ho
bad to glvo up studying for a doc
tor. Sibyl Lftclc of brains? e'
Ueryl No; ho found ho couldn't
raise a Vandyke beard.
English Stump Speech.
A correspondent, "Old Brtnoy,"
sends ub tho following specimen' of
frenzied stump oratory: "Keller
blokes' Thanks tor th' guv'mont, yer
got yer d'mlnlshln' wage, and yer llt
Uo loaf, an' all that. Wotchor got
ter do now Is tor go fer dcvll-ootton
and local anatomy, an' go It blind!"
(Loud cheers.) London Globo.
This ia good
for what AILS you.
uiulrrtjrlQir uaumi of 111 lirlth l NOT
im-ntmanikctor Tlclou mncllr mtl
KVF.I! Rtlvell. Tbeonly ratloual nittuou
! fcn Internal lftitlvt.j.fh nrrht I-
almottlkoa ,t-ntl liowrl in9Mi.'e IN
IslliE Ttitrel-ouo irirllnu mulonty
oneltifttdoetthUlii tlte right way, tho
oothlur,r.Mllnit ;,anl tht l hchall
Omttitton ttfer. lhej curawltbout
ft tbolmwtl. Vour dnifRlithtttUfDi,
tic W'ellnippljr jou direct If ) rnn'u
. riTirr n
frfo trial trtntrm.ut
ill tlntlt Htreftt. hL loti. Mo. Irtlt
Uio-t, Uks-nKbtlUiC uicJIclnM."
Sloan's Liniment is a quick
and reliable remedy for lame
ness in horses and other farm
"flloan't Liniment .urpaMAii Any
tiling on earth (or lamrnou In liorar
aucl other homo allintuti, I would
uot sleep without Itlntnr stablo,"
4X2 Wen lih at., New York C'ltj.
Good for SwelUnr and Abtcei.
Hit. It. II. Clium.of Lnwrencii, Kan.,
It. K, I)., No. 3, write";" 1 haj a marn
with an abieM on her neck and ono
Wo. taottl.of Hloan's Unlment entirely
cured her. I keep It all the time (or
galls and email swellings and for or erj
thlng about the stock. '
is a quick and saf remedy
for hog cholera.
Governor of Geortta uses
Sloan'e Liniment (or Itof Cbolera.
' I heard Got. Drown (who la quite a
farmer) tar that be hiulneror lout a
hog from cholera and that but remedy
always was a tableapoonful of filoan'a
Llnlnieat In a eallon of aloD4.ilecrea-
Int the doe aethe animal Improred.
I Mi month Got. Ilrown and mturlf
vera at tbo Agricultural Collego
building and In tbe dlicuiilon of the
raragea o( the dlaeaae, Uor. Ilrown
g-arothe remedy named as unfailing,"
BATJtXWtU 1U1LT NBWK.
At All Dealer. 95c, 50c Ml AO.
BVien'a Book on norara. Cattle,
lloga and t'ooilry moi (rte.
Address Sr. arl B, Sloan, Button.
better then cur. Tutt'elHU II taken In time
-eve not only a remedy for, nut win prevent
v SICK HEADACHE,
UHmimeii, conetlpetlon mi kindred dlataaei.
'UlCCfUlDI I mn H exceptional bar
IdlUni LAruJ calne In toall ami Urge forme
'Writ ruar.iranu to u. i. joiumii, lima cm, k
'' " a&alatiaaeaa3uaCeVa3a3SelaefiBlalavLual
DOAT LINE FIND8 TRADE.
New Enterprise v on Missouri niver
Serves 300 Cities and Towns.
Fulton. Tho Missouri river boat
ilno Is now nerving more than 300
clttea, towns atid rural communities
along tbo 408 miles of river botween
Kansas City nnd St. Ixuils.
None of tho river boats stop at all
of tlicso points (ill a slng.o trip, but
ns tho two towboats and their barges
and tho packet Chester ply up and
down tho river they stop at Nigger
Bend Light, Chicken Point, Ilelllmsh
Bend, Green's Bottom or soino other
points to unload merchandise, or tako
on cattle or grain as business re
quires. Tho boats are now carrying pota
toes and onions to Kansas City from
tome of thoso farming communities.
Recently one of tho steamers on a
ilown-rlvcr trip stopped at Heck
mann's Island and took aboard forty
nliio cattle for tho St. Louis market.
Tho names of many points nlong
t ho river between Kansas City and St.
I.ouls aro relics of tho days of French
traders, and of the American pioneers
that followed them Into tho West.
Thoro la Crazy Bend, a distinctively
imerlcan title; Corn Island, Slaugh
ter House Chuto and a hundred oth
ers, while the French Is preserved In
L'Outro Island, Bouof Creek, TfHuo
Creek, Carbonnlor Bend nnd similar
DEMOCRATIC DANUET PLANNED.
Citizens' Committee to Entertain the
St. l.oulM. The Democratic citizens'
auxiliary committee, which raised tho
moaoy to .".nance tho local Democratic
campaign, Its arranging to give a ban
quet to the members of tin- Demo
cratic state and city committees, nnd
the successful candidates within tho
next two weeks.
J. M. Lashly, who has been actlvo
hs one of the Democratic organizers,
bald Thursday that tho exact Uato had
not been fixed, as no agreement had
been roached nu to where the banquet
would bo gUsu.
An Invitation to President-elect
Wilson ' will bo sent, and Governor
elect Major will bo invited. About
330 Democratic committeemen and
candidates will attend.
SLAYS DAUGHTER'S ADMIRER.
Coroner's Jury Holds Missouri
eran, 76, Was Justified.
Lebanon. Herman Leasing, a Ger
man, aged 7G, and a veteran of tho
civil war, shot and killed David E.
Bailey, n Widower, at tho home of tho
former, llvo miles north of Lebanon.
Balloy enmu to tho home of Les
sing and ntteinpted to luro away from
her home tho 15-year-oltl daughter of
I.esRlng. When Leasing ordered him
away ho undertook to forcu his way
luto the houso and Lesslig shot him.
A coroner's verdict said Leasing
was Justifiable in tho killing nnd ho
Protest Arjalnst Express Rate.
Jefferson City. The state board of
railroad and warehouse commission
erti Las been notified by tho Interstate
commerce commission of a proposi
tion to penult an increase of inter
Htato express rates based upon n slid
ing scale. This Increase, Secretary
Bardbury says, Is so uharp that tho
railroad commission, which is vested
with power to regulate express rates,
'l enter a protest against the estab
lishment of tho now rate.
Hoist First Flag Since 60s.
Llborty- For tho llrst time since
Iho civil war nn American Hag was
im'urled over tho Clay county court
lionoc. Gcu. John Will Hall, stato
commander of tho Unitsd Confederata
Veterans, who officiated, was pruseut
when federal troops hauled down a
Confederate tlag he had placed thoro
In 18tJl. Tho D. A. It. local chaptor
influenced the county court to placo
tho flag on the court houso.
Man Vcfes for Eighteen Presidents.
Mobcrly. Martin Foatherstone, 01
years old, casit his eighteenth ballot
for president. Ho voted for Wood
ow Wilson. His first voto was cast
6cventy-two years ago for Martin Van
Flnsman Killed by Train.
Trenton. Nova Collins, a Hock
Island fireman, while on his way
homo after ending hlo run here, waa
tin over by passenger train No. 11
und so severely Injured that ho died.
Hannibal Seeks Granee Convention.
Hannibal. -Hannibal has extended
nn Invitation to tho National Grange
association to meet hero next year.
Tho association soon will hold tts an
nual convention in Spokane, Wash.
RequUlton for Mrs, Lech.
Jefferson City. Gov. Hadiey Issued
a requisition upon tho govornor of
California for Pansy KUon I.fsh, who
has confessed to tho police authorities
at Loh AugctcR that Bho murdered
two women in Pettis county eight
Child Killed In Runaway.
Deslogo. Mrs. Leslie Hardy wus
sorlously Injured and her 2-ycar-old
sun instantly killed In a runaway
here. A loosened shaft falling against
thu horso'B heels caused tho accident.
Stone Hurled Into Car.
Dca Arc An Mr. and Mrs, T. J.
Mullano were returning from Ironton
attor unending the preliminary hear
Ing of Mrs. Mulluno's alleged assail
anta, some ono throw a stone- through
tho window ot their coacu, just mis
Ing thorn. ,
W. 6. Watson Dies at Bevler.
Bovler.Wllllam 8. Watson, nsetj
kQ ycar,i, died at his home In this city.
Mr wntson was at ono time presl
dent of iho First National bank of
Macon, und operated large coal mine
;rv thll tlty,
OTHERS KNOW US TOO WELL
Easy to Deceive Ourselves, but the
Rett of the World Is Generally
Scnntor Poranreno has a happy
knack of driving homo a statomcnt
lth nn epigram.
At n luncheon Senator Pomorono
described n would-bo litterateur.
''Thanks to whisky and stronf
cigars," ho. said, "tho poor fellow has
failed to in nil o good. Ho earns a pro
carious living by newspaper work,
but, though ho Is 50 now, nono of the
wondrous novels nnd thrilling stories
that ho used to prato about havo ap
peared. "And yet, In his shabby apartment,
"ver n bottlo of cheap liquor and n
box of cheap cigars, ho will boast by
tho hour poor, gray, wrinkled duffor
of his unfinished MS3. Oh, they
will appear yet I Yes, ho will yet Il
lumine the world with tho light of his
Sonator Pomercno sighed and con
cluded: "Ah, It wo could deceive others ns
easily as wo decclvo ourselves, what
reputations we'd all have, to be sure!"
Daisy By tho way, Frank, that's a
lovely waistcoat you havo. Now, isn't
Daisy Strango; I nover saw It be
fore. Frank That's because my brother
never called on you.
Probably Prize Grouch.
A grouchy butcher, who had watch,
cd tho prico of porterhouse steak
climb tho ladder of fame, was deep
in tho throes of an unusually bad
grouch when n would-bo customer, 8
yenrs old, approached him and handed
him n penny.
"Please, mister, I want a cent's
worth of sausage."
Turning on tho youngBtor with n
growl, ho let forth thlB hurst of good
"Go smell o' tho hook." Now Or
leans Dally States.
Paid Minister In Tinfoil.
Thu meanest man In tho world has
been found. He Is tho man who gave
Iho Itev. Thllo Gore, pastor of tho
Herman Lutheran church, nn envelopo
lllcd with tinfoil for marrying him.
Tho brldo and groom rang Dr.
Gore's doorboll Into ono night and
asked him to marry them. As they
'lad n license, ho did so. After tho
eremony wan porformcd tho man
anndod tho minister an envelopo
which was supposed to contain tho
.'en. Ho found It contained nothing
but soveral pieces of tinfoil. Chicago
Truth About Old Age.
George F. Knur,- the famous Phila
delphia railroad man, said on his
"I agree with Professor Metchnlkoff
about tho wlBdom of tho old. Protes
tor Osier mado It faBhlonahlo to do
cry gray hairs, but my oxperlenco baa
been that the old not only possess
wisdom, but they seok It also."
With a srallo Mr. Baor added:
"The only peoplo who think they
aro too old to loam aru thoso who
really aro too young."
Really a Small Matter.
"Hnvo you anything against
"Nothing morn than tho fact that ho
tnako "film 'a word of two syllables,' '
But Change of Food Gave Final Relief.
Most dlscasos start In tho nllmen
:ary canal stomach und bowels,
A great denl of our stomach and
bowel troubles come from eating too
much starchy and greasy food.
Tho stomach does not digest any
at tho starchy food wo cat white
bread, pa3try, potatoes, oats, etc.
these things are digested In tho small
Intestines, nnd If wo cat too much, as
most of us do, tho organs that should
digest this kind ot food nro overcomo
by excess of -work, so that formenta
lion, Indigestion, and a long train of
Too much fat also is hard to dlgiut
nd this Is changed Into acids, sour
stomnch, belching gas, nnd a bloated,
In theso conditions a chango from
IndlgoBtlblo foods to Grape-Nuts will
work wonders In not only relieving
tho distress but In building up a
strong digestion, clear brain and
steody nerves. A Wash, woman
"About live years ago I suffered
with bad stomach dyBpopsla. Indiges
tion, constipation caused, I know
now, from overeating starchy and
"I doctored for two years without
any benefit. The doctor told mo thoro
was no cure for mo. I could not oat
anything without suffering severe
pain In my back nnd sides, and I Uo
A friend recommended Grape-Nuts
and I began to uso It. In loss than
two weeks I began to feel better and
Inaldo ot two months I wns a well
woman and havo been ever since
"I can eat anything I wish with
pleasure. Wo oat Grape-Nuts and
sream for breakfast and are vory
fond ot it." Name given by Postum
Co., Dattle Crook, Mich.
Head tho llttlo book, "Tho Road
to Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's a
Kvar read abav letter? A ne"
oac appear fraa (lata to time. Titer
ara aeaala, traa, aa (all at huuaaa
a annul) nuuiicui o y viiuii
Veins, Milk Leg, Mam
mitis, Old Sores, Ulcers.
It 19 healing, soothing,
strengthening and invig
orating allays nam and
inflammation promptly. Germi
cide and antiseptic.
Mrs. R. M. Kcmlcr, R. D, No. i,
Federal, Kan,, had enlarged veins
that finally broke, causing con
siderable loss of blood. Used
ABSORB1NE, JR. and reported
Nov. 5, 1910, veins entirely healed,
swelling and discoloration gono and
lias had no trouble with them sinco
July, XQ09. AI3SORBINE, JR.,
is invaluable as n general house
hold liniment, for tho cuts and
bruises that the children get, croup,
deep-seated colds, stiff-neck, sore
throat. Rcnmvc3 fatty bunches,
goitre, enlarged glands, wens,
cysts, weeping sinews, etc. Si.oo
and 2.00 per bottle at druggists
or delivered. Book 3 G ircc.
Quite the Thine.
"I told you that if you came tomor
row morning I would glvo you tho
money for my wash. Why did you
come tonight?" said Miss Pit Ills to tho
daughter of her laundress.
"I know you said tomorrow morn
In," responded tho girl, "but me moth
rr oho told mu to como tonight, 'cnuso
sho v.ns afraid you might bo genu
nwny by tomorrow mornln'."
"I certainly should not go without
paying my laundry bill," said Miss
Phllls sharply. "No respectable wom
an would do such a thing."
"Oh, yes, mn'nrn, they would." re
plied tho child knowingly. "There's
lots of respectable ladles does."
THE RIGHT SOAP FOR BABY'S
In tho caro of baby's skin nnd hair,
Cutlcura Soap is tho mother's fa
vorite. Not only is it unrivaled In
purity and refreshing fragrance, but
its gcntlo emollient properties nro
usually sufficient to nllay minor Irri
tations, remove redness, roughness
and chafing, sootlio sensitive condi
tions, and promote skin- and hair
health generally. Assisted by Cutl
cura Ointment, it Is most vnluablo In
tho treatment -ot eczemas, rashes nnd
other itching, burning Infantile erup
tions. Cutltmra Soap wears to a wafer,
often outlasting several cakes of ordi
nary soap and making Its uso most
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
freo with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Bostou."
No Strangers Allowed.
Frank H. Hitchcock, tho postmaster
general of tho United States, takes the
deepest Interest in oven tho smallest
details of tho postal service. Ono ovo
nlng he was nt tho Union station in
Washington, when ho decided to go
into ono of tho railway mall-scrvico
Into ono of tho railway mail-service
cars to see how tho mall matter was
being handled. Doing a tall man and
very athletic, ho easily swung himself
from tho platform Into tho car, but ho
did not llnd it an easy matter to stay
put. A burly postal clerk grabbed
him by tho shoulders, propelled him
toward tho side door, and practi
cally ejected him to tho platform he
low. 'What do you mean by that?" ask-
rd Hitchcock Indignantly.
I mean to keep you out of this
car," replied tho clerk roughly. "That
fellow Hitchcock has given us strict
orders to keep all strangers out of
theso cars." Popular Magazlnfe.
"I seo where Smith went to tbo
"How did that happen?"
"He's a bill poster."
"Thoro Is nothing In this placo but
"Just my hard luck."
ConHltmtlon causej nnd neemvates manr
serious dljv?s. It l thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's l'loaAiit Pollut. Tho favorite
f.uully luxutlvo. Adv.
Perkapa a man can't be married
ngninst his will, but mnny a poor man
discovers later that ho was married
against his batter Judgment,
Mr. Wlnslow'n Boothlnir Sjrup (or CMldrrn
trcthlng, BofUna the Kumn, reduces lnflamma
tlor.,ullayipalu, cure wind colic, SSaalHit tie. JUt,
Unfortunately charity doesn't seem
to possess any ot tho qualities of a
Most of our so-called good Inten'
Hons aro baso Imitations,
Harold Whenever I go skating, I
always wear n cap that pulls down
well over my oars.
Ellyn Yes; I should think that
would bo absolutely necossary when
you're skating against tho wind.
NOT A BOOM, BUT DUE TO NAT
One ot thn largest banks In Holland
has been doing a big business lit
Wcstorn Canada, nnd Mr. W. Wester
man, tho Iesldcut, on a recont visit
into tho Provinces of Manitoba, Sas
katchewan and Alberta, expressed
hlrqsclf as being much impressed with
present conditions nnd prospects, nmt
wns convinced that the groat pros
perity of tho Dominion wna not a
boom, but merely the outcomo of nat
Not only has monoy been Invested
largely In Western Cnnada by tho
Holland Uanks, but by those of Ger
many, Franco, afl well ns Great Ilrlt
aln. Not only aro theso countries con
tributing monoy, but thoy are also
contributing people, hard headed, in
dustrious farmers, who aro helping to
produce tho two hundred million bush
els of wheat nnd tho three hundred
million bushola of tho other small
grains that tho Provinces of the
West havo hnrvested this season.
During tho past fiscal year thoro
camo into Canada from' tho United
States 133,710; from Austria Hungary
21,051; from Belgium 1,001 ; Holland
1,077; Frnnco 2,094; Germany 4,604;
Sweden 2,394; Norway 1,092; nnd
from all countries tho Immigration to
Canada In that yoar was 354,237.
From tho United States and foreign
countries tho figures will ho increased
during tho present year.
Most of theso people havo gono to '
tho farms, nnd It Is no far look to tho 1
tlmo when the prophecy will bo ful-1
filled of half a billion bushel crop ot
wheat In Wcstorn Canada. Advertise-
DREW THE LINE.
Mrs. Wood D. Swolle Dp you caro
for pate do folo grns?
Old Man Nowrlchc No, ma'am, I
draw tho lino on grass. Baled-hay
breakfast foods are my limit!
Is the Target
Aim to make that strong and digestion good and you
will keep well 1 No'chain is stronger than its weakest
link. No man 13 stronger than his stomach. With
stomach disordered a train of diseases follow.
Golden Medical Discovery
maWa.the toj,iacli healthy, tho liver aetlva and the blood pure. Mado from
foreit rooU, and extracted without the u of alcohol. Sold by drugdtts, in
liquid form at $1.00 per bottlo tor over 40 years, Ktvine general aatufacUoa.
If you prefer tablets'aa modified br II. V. Plerce,.JrI... these can bd
bad of medicine dealers or trial box by mail on receipt of SOc In stamps.
Was Fun to Choose.
A number of drivers ot racing cars
who wcro In Loulsvlllo to participate
In tho motor races were proaont at a
luncheon In honor ot one of tho lead
ing contestants, who told soveral nu
"Hut my best story." said tho racor,
"Is about a taxlcab chauffeur. This
man was discharged for reckless driv
ing and so bocame a motorman ou a
"As he was grumbling over his fall
en fortunes u friend said:
"'Oh, what's the matter with you?
Can't you run over peoplo Just as
much as over?'
" 'Yes,' tho ox-chauffeur replied, 'but
formerly I could pick, nnd choose.'"
The Crooked Way.
District Attorney Whitman of New
York, according to tlie Washington
Star, was talking about tho sad case
of a western banker who had stolen
a groat sum from the depositors.
"Tho man," said Mr. Whitman,
"lived beyond his means motor cars,
a houso with elovon baths, son at' col
lego, daughter coming out, wife hun
gry for diamonds. The Inevitable re
Mr. Whitman smiled and ended:
"Tho unfortunato follow got strait
ened, so ho became crooked."
ImDortnnt to Motnarn
Examlno carefully etory bottle of
CASTOIUA, a safo and sure remedy for
infants nnd children, and seo that It
Dears tho jny o-m
Signature of Caiy&ctZA
In Use For Ovor 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Changed Its Species.
"Wasn't tho forbidden fruit an ap
"Yes, but at tbo tlmo Eve handed
It to Adam It wnB a lomon.
Soma folks calculate to get on In
the world upon tho shoulders ot other
peoplo. Christian Horald.
Many have smoltcl LEWIS' SinRle Hind
er cigar for the pait sixteen years. Alwayi
found In reliable riuallty, Adr,
A voice used too much In scolding
Is not good to sing with,
ItMUHiftlwM ugly, srixxly, gray hair Um "la
for Duke's Mixture
Good tobacco and n good
combination for the angler
have them both.
All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by
Liggett y dryers nt Durham, N. C.
Pay what you will, you cannot get better jrranulatcd
tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half sack of
Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you
act o book of cigarette papers FREE.
Get a Good Fishing Reel Free
by saving tho Coupons now packed in Liggttt J- 21 ytrt Duke's
Mixture. Or.lf youdon't wnntn reel gctany oneof tliohundrcds
of other articles. In U10 list you will find something for every
member of tho family. Pipes, cigarctto cases, catcher's gloves,
Don't brag about' yourself: Jolly
others Into doing It for you.
Pray always; but
don't lot go of
A CURB FOR PILES.
Colea Carboli&llve atoos Itchlnr anil naln-
nnd cures piles. All druggists. 25 and 50c. Adv.
Patlonco I seo tho suffragettes
havo comu out against the secret bal
lot. Putrlce Yes, women, as a rule, pre
Hard to See Under Water.
"There Is no sclentlllc instrument of
tho "scope" character which enables
ono to see down to 50 or CO feet under
water. When tho sun shines vertical
ly over water, a box or bucket with a
glass bottom Is often used to look
Into tho water. A cloth covering to
excludo light from tho box or bucket
Is Bometlracs employed. Hut without
electric or some other light In the wa
ter these devices aro not very satisfactory.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
For Backache, Rheumatism, Kidneys and Bladder
nrniupr vhsy arc richest in ounATivc qualitiks
hUAUhc NTAIN NO HABIT FORMING DRUGS
ARE SAfe, SURE, AND SAVB YOU MONEY
'3.00 '3.50 '4.00 '4.50 AND '5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Bwrm wmf W. L. Oouglam 99.00, $3.BO A 93.00 School t
Mom, awamt on pair will poaHlrmty our mar two
mtalrm ot ordinary mhomm, mamm am thm mon'm mtomm.
W.L-Douglat makei and sella more $3.00,$3.S0 St $4.00 ahoaa J
l. il. f.. ! .1. ... It I
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS.
The workmanship which ha made W. L. Douglaa shoe faroou tho world
Yer is maintained in every pair.
Ask your dealer to show you W. L. Douglas latest fashions for fall and winter
vear, notice the ahort vamps which make the foot look smaller, points in a
shoe particularly desired by young men. Also the conservative styles which
ftave made W. L. Douglaa shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L. Douglas large factories jt BrocktCa, Mass., ina -e
for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would 'Jht- am
derstand why they are warranted to tit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer than any other make for the price. 'art Color Sytlttt.
CAUTION.r-To prot.ct you eaaliut kaf.rlor she, V. UDou.U. .tamp, hi j name ,nth.Vt-
torn, look lor the stamp. U.ware of ub.lltulei. W. U Douglat ho. are .olj a 7S owa
, aloros and shoe d.al.ra T.rrwb.rc. No matter wh.ra you IIt.. th.jr aro wllhln y our oack
If your d.alorcaaaot -upplr you, write dlnct to factory for catala. ahowln how j mler
bar mail. Shoes seat aTBrrrlMre,dsUyatvckaraesiu-eDaid. WXJJeuaU, UrocatoB.Muo.
OROLS" HAIR DRISSIN8. . PRios, si.co, ratalb
reel 1 That's surclv a luckv
and herc'f the way you can
cameras, watencs, toilet articles, etc.
Theso handsome presents cost you
nothing not ono cent. They simply
express our appreciation of your
Homcmbcr you still get the saroa
big ono and & half ounca sack for 5a
enough to roll many cigarettes.
During November an J Decent'
ber only, we will send oar new
illattratcd catalogue of preterits
FREE. Simply send us your
namo and address.
Coupons from Vute's Mixture may 64
aaorird tetlh tars from HORSE
LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, coupons
from FOUR ROSES (JPc-tm double
coupon), PICK PLUG CUT, PIED
MONT CIGARETTES, CUX CI
GARETTES, and other Uxst or
coupons tssuedoy us.
yjdtsftAA 3rfaaoo i
St. Louis, Mo.
In a section of Washington, Rays
Irtirpor'8 Magazine, whero there nro
a number of restaurantH, ono enter
prising concern has displayed in great
Illuminated letters, "Open All Night."
Noxt to It was a restaurant bearing
with equal promlnenco the legend:
"Wo Nover Close."
Third in order was a Chincae latin
dry, in a llttlo, low-framed, tumhjo
down hovol, and upon the front of this
building was tho sign, in great,
"Mo Wakoo, Too."
Get a Canadian Home
In Western Canada's
Free Homestead Area
hat Be Yer I Now Home
ttiMidlnfr DUtrtcta that
afford ruro opportunity
ton ecu ro 100 acres of ex
For Grain Growing
and Cafile Raising
this provlDCfl has no superior and
In p poll table agriculture shows an
unbroken period ot over a quarter
Perfect cllmatet rockS markets:
railway u convenient; soil the Terr
best, nnd social conditions most
Vacant lands adjacent to Free
Homesteads may be purchanod
and also In the older districts
lands can bo bought at reason
For f uitfeer particulars write to
i Q. A. COOK,
111 W, Offc t(.,K..(4 ntj,H 4 .1.
Canadian OoTernmcnt-Agenta, or
address 8nperlntnclrnt of
limulft-n.tlim, Ottawa. U4.
Ingvm.D.U. UookifrM. lllb.
eat relerencas. Beat rnulta.
W. N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 46-1912.