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PROGRESS OF ADVERTISING
Pald-For Page Today Rivals News Sec
tions in Interest With the Read
Discussing advertising before the
Milwaukee Advertisers' club 'at a
luncheon In the Hotel Pflster, William
George Bruce, secretary of the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' associa
"Advertising has gone far bVyond
the promotional publicity phases of
the commercial commodity. The man
and the cause, too, have come under
the advertising banner. The faces
of Lydia Plnkham, of P. T. llarnum,
or of Henry George appear upon the
billboards, or In the public prints to
exploit a commercial commodity. He
lilnd these faces is a bid for trade.
"Hut, modern advertising has been
dlgnltled by other If not higher alma
and purposes. When the faces of
Taft or Wilson or Roosevelt, during
the recent campaign, peered at you
from a billboard or a public prlut,
they represented the man and the
cause behind the man a great na
tional cause which vitally touched the
welfare of ninety million people.
"With the growing tendency of our
political life to bring the government
nearer the people, namely to secure
the widest popular expression in the
selection of men, the element of adver
tising will be resorted to more and
more. The man who does not secure
the support of the editorial page will
avail himself of the advertising page.
The Democratic candidate will place
his portrait and his cause in a Repub
lican newspaper, and the Republican
will use the Democratic press.
"With the passing of the old time
political convention in city, county
and state, and the Increasing applica
tion of primary election methods, use
of advertising will become ever a
growing factor in the political life of
the nation Democracy derives Its
strength from that Intelligence which
informs itself on men and measures
as well as principles and policies.
"In current literature the advertis
ing page rivals in Interest with the
reading page. The reading page rep
resents a record of facts, arguments,
conclusions or sentiments. The adver
tising page does no less. The reading
page strives to Instruct, persuade and
convince. The advertising page does
the 6ame The author and editor is a
specialist, so is the advertisement de
signer and writer."
An advertisement, like
bullet, is cutting its
way when you
can't see it.
HONEST ADVERTISING LAW
Massachusetts Has Statute Which
Provides Penalty for Making
Massachusetts was one of the first
states in th I'nion to enact an hon
est advertising law. The law In that
state provides against misleading
statements in any ad regarding the
quality, the quantity, method or cost
of production, cost to the advertiser,
former prices, reasons for present
prices, or manner of purcnase. ine
penalty for the violation of the law
in any of these particulars Is a tine
of from ten to live hundred dollars.
Many of the papers of that state
have commented favorably upon the
operation of the law and a number of
cities have taken local measures to
assist in the enforcement of it. If
advertisers were to obey strictly the
letter nnd spirit of this law and had
the confidence of the great buying
public that they were so doing, they
could cut down their advertising ex
pense at least a halt, and accomplish
the same advertising result.
Those who believe in advertising
as a force that should not be abused
are now agitating for the enactment
of a similar law national in Its scope.
The responsibility In every such law
should rest upon the advertiser and
not upon the publisher or medium.
The plan to exclude from the malls
a newspaper or magazine accepting
a misleading advertisement would
mean the punishing the innocent for
the sins of the guilty; for all the ad
vertisements in any given publication
-would not be misleading.
To Advertise for Policemen.
Philadelphia has decided to adver
tise for policemen, convinced that the
present system of appointments to the
force Is not making efficiency or re
liability. Director of Public Service
Porter has had ads prepared to be
circulated in the country towns, set
ting forth the need of officers, the re
quirements for appointment and the
compensation and chances for promo
tion. Two or Three.
Country Cousin Well, I was in the
Metropolitan museum this morning.
City Host That's nothing to brag
about. I know o or three fellowa
living right here in New York who
have been there. Smart Set
BeauMeu on National Debts.
M. Beaulleu declares that the world
.it the present time is badly governed;
hat It Is In the bands of Incurable
vrodlgals and Improvident experi
menters. As proof of this position he
points to the public debts of all coun
tries, which show a decided tendency
io multiply, not by reaaon of stress
of extraordinary circumstances, auch
s war or national disaster, but be
cause the credit of naUona Is extend
ed to enterprises which should remain
within the field of private endeavor.
SIT DOWN AND
COUNT THE COST
By J. A. WORSHAM.
Advertising will not cover a multitude
of merchandising sine
Sins in the manufacture of your prod-
Sins In the locations of your store
Sins In the discourtesy of your sales
men Sins In the uninviting appearance of
your place of business
Sins In the dishonesty of your em
ployees Sins In your antiquated systems and
Sins In a store policy directed by poor
And sins in the quality of your goods
The greatest of these Is the sin of In
feriority. Will you sit down and count the cost
of quality-minus noods?
Even expected inferiority results In
Disappointment that lays the founda
tion for the last sale
That last sale that builds for a receiv
How often has Its magic suggestlve
ness predominated In the hour of
DttllMM men refusing to get down
beneath the tinsel the gilt the
Neglecting to dig deep Into rock rib
bed Iron clad facts
Overlooking the actual powers po
tent possibilities but rather
Trusting In that false hope, that
Advertising can right up merchandis
fan straighten out a tangled web of
slothful business methods
Can triumph over a universal demand
for satisfactory merchandise
Can make a sale again, and again with
United quality and advertising stand.
Divided advertising falls.
Advertising may make a one-time Bale
of a quality-minus article but
A penny repeat sale Is better than a
one-time dollar sale If the penny
goods are loaded with quality and
the dollar kind going without.
Quality-minus goods first turn the
buyer against the goods
Next he is prejudiced against your
Finally he assures himself that you
are quality-minus too
And he helps his neighbor to share
the same view.
Result they both buy from "the oth
If your disappointed customer and his
neighbor are against you
Who and what Is present to take part
for you? '
He who plays with quality-minus
goods plays a losing game.
Quality goods make good advertising,
better advertising and pulling ad
vertising the pulling extending
long after the sale Is made.
Quality makes advertising grow a dol
lar where a penny withered
It !s the biggest part of the best
prescription in the world for a re
peat sale and
A repeat-sale store never went Into
the hands of a receiver.
HOW IT HAPPENS.
He wrotS an nd . nnd r trend one, too
Or at any rnte so he thought:
His h.-vss thought othoiwlso- threw it out,
Anil over it they Bareely foueht.
He wrote nnothor. awl It was poor
er at nny rate so he thought:
The theme was sad and the language bad.
Yet the manager's fancy caught.
They bought such space for a certain
Or at any rate so they thoticht
And sent their ad. to the printer man.
rheeklng not whnt they really not.
Prepared for the trade that was sure to
Or at any rate so they thought
They set them down, during days and
When scarce anyone came and bought.
And when they balanced their well-kept
Or at any rate so they thought
To ascertain what their profits were,
Sadly found that they mmo to notuht.
'TIs hut 'a, hole In the cround," they
And at any rate so they thought.
"This advertisings a hopeless scheme.
Not the trads-butldlng means we
Krom ones like thin 'tis the query cornea.
"Pn you think advertlsinc pays?"
And conrtant still It Is npt to be
XVhlle are followed these fdlpshort ways.
But when the system employed Is good.
And a will firm behind It stays.
A big fat roll, ready to one's hand,
Safe away In the bank It lays.
Don't Stop Because You're Busy.
Don't discontinue advertising be
cause you happen to be busy. No one
can very effectively gauge the effec
tiveness of an advertisement, or the
time of that effectiveness; and the
advertisement you pay for today may
pay for itself tomorrow, or weeks or
months hence when you may be want
ing the business more than today.
But if it Is of the right sort, pay for
Itself It surely will, some time.
Well," snarled Stephen Qroucher- 1
lot. "what did you do at jour suf-
"Oh, we did a lot of things," his
wife replied, "so many that I can't
take time to tell you about all ot them.
Bat there was one thing we didn't
"Huh! There was, was there? What
"We didn't sing,
Hail, Hall, Uao
All Hera. -
Blama Placed on Others.
"Why do you still keep up that ab
aurd Santa Claus myth?" asked the
cynic. "1 should have thought you
would have laughed at it."
"Because," anawered the man wltb
a large family, "it is convenient to
have someone to blame tor presents
that fall to please."
Mazle Teller has written to a worn
an's magazine to ask It It la Impropei
tor a young lady to give a young mm
a pair ot suspenders tor Christmas,
TRIBE'S ODD BURIAL SERVICE
Adaman Islanders Drop Corpse Into
the Sea Until Nothing but
Kimberly. Strange 1b the burial
It Is the custom of the Islatders n.
service among the Alaman Islander
drop the of ,npr par(,nts into
the sea at the end of ropes and leave
than there until nothing remains but
the bones, which they then gather and
hang from the roofs of their huts
It Is a common custom for a rela
tive to sit by the hour and watch the
bones of some relative. This is the
way they have of showing their love
The bodies are treated in this task
Ion so that Hie evil spirits cannot
tease and pinch them. All that Is left,
are the dried bones, nnd these are
placed high so that If the evil spirits
wander Into the huts they will hare
a hard time to find them. If a bone Is
carried away It means some bad spirit
Watching at a Grave.
has seized It, and this means that
some terrible calamity will befall the
In the Katanga district of central
Africa when a chief and his wife dias
there is great feasting and celebrat
ing. Some of these festivals last thrae
or four days." After the bodies are
laid to rest with dancing and rejolc
Ing because they are going to rule
over a higher sphere their relatives
and friends do not depart until they
leave ono or more chairs and a supply
of clothes. This Is done because the
souls are expected to come out and
wander about their graves.
BOY "HOBO" GLOBE TROTTER
Came From Trieste as Stowaway, but
Is Caught by Immigration
New York -teen-year-old
here on the
-Richard Dunne, a thlr
globe trotter, arrived
steamer Oceania us a
He had kept himself concealed and
provided himself with food all the
way from Trieste to South Brooklyn,
but was unable to elude the vigilance
of the Immigration inspectors, who
found him trying to sneak ashore.
The boy said he had run away
from an Industrial school and has
been touring the far east ever since.
He said he had visited Tokio. Kobe,
Hongkong, Shanghai, and he knows
Egypt, Italy and southern France as
well ns he knows Liverpool, where he
CHINESE STYLES CHANGE
Manchurians Take to Tight Shoes and
Other Forms of Civilized
Washington. Tho Chinese in Man
churia have become addicted to the
use of wulking sticks, tight-litting
shoes and other marks of an effete
civilization, according to a report
!rom American Consul Albert W. Pon
tius at Darlen. Manchuria. In his re
port the consul announces that the
Chinese also have adopted the Amer
ican styles of hair dressing and have
almost entirely abandoned the cue.
So far, however, American tradesmen
have not benefited much by the adop
tion of western Ideas in clothing and
personal decoration, the Japanese
having captured and controlled the
new market In that corner oi the
ESCAPES JAIL IN DELUSION
Fearing Arrest for Imaginary Of
fense, Prisoner Flees Jersey Prison
on Eve of Liberty.
Trenton, N. J. Dreading rearrest
on another charge, Charles Phil
hower escaped from Mercer county
jail, despite the fact that he had only
one more day to serve.
Phllhower was committed for at
tempting to drive a bull Into a saloon.
Soon after he suffered from hallucina
tions and believed everything that was
Told by fellow prisoners that he 1
had cast pepper into the eyes of a
keeper during an attempted Jail de- i
livery for which he faced arrest, he
brooded over his Imaginary trouble :
and leaped to freedom through a win-
TIE NEWLY WEDS TO CART
Couple Are Attached to a Hose Reel
j and Are Paraded Through
j Medtord. Ore. A bride and bride-
groom were tied with ropes to a hose-
cart from the Medford fire depart
ment and paraded through the streets
of the city, while their friends made
snapshots of them at street corners.
Claud H. Metz, a member of the vol
unteer brigade, was married to Miss
Hewllta Normide and as the couple
left the Rev. W. T. Qoulder's parson
age they were kidnapped by the "lire
boys" and roped side by side on the
Flowers were strewn over the hose
cart and the fire alarm bell was
sounded at regular intervals.
In the Majority.
Any man more right than his neigh
bor constitutes a majority ot one a'
A HIDDEN DANGER
It is a doty of
the kidneys to rid
the blood of uric
acid, an irritating
poiwn tint is con
stantly formi g in
side. When the kid
neys fail, uric acid
uiizmcss, gr.ivei, 7 ;jt
urinary troubles, j, J
weak eyes, dropsy V
or Heart disease.
Pills help the kid
neys fi-lit otf uric
ncii b ringing
new strength to
weak kidneys and
relief from bnclcnrrie and urinary ills.
A MICHIGAN CABS,
Mrp. Q. W. liurK- r. 401 Sh rm.m Avt-..
Ci r inns. Ml. ti., says: "The .Hna through
the imall ot my hack vrara so E-vrr? that
tsfflctimtt I c.utj nn get out "? a chair.
If I Stooped. I would nearly topple ov r.
1 had awful dizzy Ipel s and my house
Work was a bur'l n. Iran's Klanty Mill
i.-'pi nts front ins nrat and soatlauod
US tSUSglf cured RIO."
Cet Doan'e at Ar.r Drue Store, 50: a B
FOSTER -MILB'JRN CO.. Buffalo. Nw York
WANTED TO FINISH THE J'JB
Pride In His Work, Not Tender Heart.
Was What Induced the Chauffeur
They were going ;;long the public
highway at a leisurely rate of forty
tulles per hour, when a decrepit hen
and rooster started to do the chicken
special cross the road.
The front and hind wheels on the
right sidr struck the poor, old, stiff
jointed rooster amidships, and with
one squawk he succumbed.
Immediately the man at the steering
wheel started to slow down and to
look about for a place to turn.
His solicitous wife turned to her
tatmate and said:
"Isn't that just like his tender heart?
Ho won't be satisfied unless he goes
back and settles for that rooster. He
just can't bear to feel he has Injured
anyone or anything.''
Then louder, to her husband, she
said: George, remember that ap
pointment. We haven't any time to
go back for anything."
Glancing at the clock near his feet
and at the speedometer near by, he
sighed and said:
You're right, Jennie; but I just
know If I had turned back I could
have killed that old hen just as easy
as I did the rooster " Judge.
RASH ON FACE FOR 2 YEARS
Sioux Falls, S. D. "My trouble of
skin disease started merely as a rash
on my face and neck, but it grew and
kept getting worse until large scabs
would form, fester and break. This
was just on the one side of my face,
but It soon scattered to the ether
side. I sufferei'. a great deal, especial
ly at night, on account of its itching
and burning. I would scratch It and
of course that Irritated It very much.
This rash was on my face for about
two years, sometimes breaking out
lots worse and forming larger sores.
It kept me from sleeping day or night
for a couple of months. My face look
ed disgraceful and I was almost
ashamed to be seen by my friends.
"A friend asked me to try Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment. I wculd
bathe my faco with hot water ar.il a
lot of Cuticura Soap, then I would put
on the Cuticura Ointment. In less
than two days' time, tho soreness and
Inflammation had almost entirely dis
appeared, and In four weeks' time you
could not see any of the rash. Now
my faco is without a spot of nny kind,
t also uso them for my scalp ar.d hair.
They cured me completely," (Signed)
Miss Pansy Hutcl.ir.s, Feb. f. 191C.
Cuticura Soap nnd Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. AddreM
rost-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston."
Push Sale cf Red Cross Seals.
The American Red Cross has al
ready printed over 86,000,000 Red
Cross Christmas seals and probably
the edition will number 100,000,000
before the end of the campaign. If
the anticipations of the anti-tuberculosis
workers are realized, no less
than $400.00u will be obtained from
the sale of Red Cross seals. Practi
cally all if the money remains in the
state or city where the seals are sold,
only a very small percentage of It l
going to pay for the cost of the print
ing and distributing the seals and for
the expenses of running the campaign
In case any persons cannot obtain
-eals in the community where they
live, they can secure them by writing
to Red Cross Seal Headquarters, 713
I'nion Trust building, Washington. D.
C. Red Cross seals cost one cent
each, and every seal sold is a bullet In
the right agaiust tuberculosis.
Not Used to "High Life."
An old farmer was in London visit
ing his son, who had got on in the
world, and who kept a large house,
When the two sat down to dinner I
the first night a manservant waited i
upon them, and was most assiduous
in his attentions to the old farmer.
After watching his antics for a bit the !
"What the mischief are ye dancln'
about llke that for? Can ye not draw
In yer chair and sit down? I'm sure
there's enough here for the three of
us." London Mail.
Farmer (seeing a water cart for
the first time) Dang me. Halbert, If
these Lunnon chaps ain't smart! Just
look what that feller's fixed up at
the back of 'Is wagon to keep boys
from hangln' on be'ind!" London
Hope Is a pneumatic tire tbat Is
Some ot the charity that begins at
home isn't worth making a fuss about.
POINTED WAY TO SALVATION
Preacher's Advice Was All Might out
His Friend Also Had Something
Wise to Say.
Seifttor Samuel A. Ettelson, speak
ing recently at a banquet, told the
"A colored preacher stood up on a
Sunday and said: 'My text this morn
ing, brothers and sisters, am "What
Shall I Do to Be Saved?" To me there
seems only ono way to bo saved, and
that am to quit thls'ere extravagant
living. Back to the simple life, say I.
There am going to bo no chance for
you to be saved so long as you keep
up this high living. If there Is any
thing that is going to kill our race It
Is these'ere luxuries. Better go hun
gry and cold like the wolf. Go out
and face the rains and fight the I
storms. Oo wade with the crane. You
will grow rugged and you will grow
tough, but you'll walk like a mnn.
Ye?, sir, that cm de way to salvation,
that am de way to get saved.'
Just then a tall colored man. rl?
Ing from his pew In the rear of the
church. Interrupted the preacher,
shouting: 'This am no way to be saved
You Just Jump right through that back
window and run Just as fast as your
l"gs will carry you, for the county
sherlfT am here with a warrant for
your arrest for stealing then chlcktjDI
from Malta Martin's cenp last Friday
tiigh ' Chicago Tribune.
Important to Nlotnera
Examine carelull;-- every bottle of
CASTORIA. a safe and ture remedy for
Infants ar.d children, and see that 11
In T'se For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Do you say your pray-
Rastus Every night.
a folding bed now, eah.
I sleeps in
"The only time I ever believed In
the transmigration of souls was one
frosty November afternoon or. my
The speaker was George Ade. the '
humorist. He continued:
"it was a day or two before Thanks f
giving. The trees were bare. The
Belds were a nicset brown color. To
ward me over these russet fields
strutted a very plump, very larg-
very young turkey
"Then It was that an ard ent belief
in the doctrine o? metempfychos'.s
" 'You,' I said to the superb bird,
'you are now a turkey. And you will
die tomorrow. Put. cheer up. Your
next transmigration will be into tli
body of a humorist not unknown to
fame 1 "
"Well." said the proud father as
the doctor entered the room, "what
is It a boy or a girl?''
"I'll give you two guaeies, nnd even
then you won't guess right. " said the
"Tush? nonsense'." said the preud
"Nope.' said the doctor
"Ah girl, then?" said the proud
"Nope," said the doctor.
"Ah I know," said the proud
father, sadlj. Harper's Weekly.
There Were Others.
"You," sighed the rejected lover,
"would find your name written In lm
pertshabl" characters on my heart
could you but look."
"So." murmured the fulr young
thing who was aware of the fact that
the swain had been playing Romeo
at the seaside for something like 20
years. "So? Then you must have a
heart like a local directory by this
A little girl on awakening Thanks
giving morning was asked what she
was thankful for.
"Oh. a big turkey dinner and no
school," was the prompt reply.
"But." Inquired her mother In sur
prise, "are you not thankful that you
have papa and mamma?"
"Oh, I can be thankful for them aiiy
I.KWIS' Single Binder cigar; aixtecn
years on the market and always the same
rich satiafying quality. Adv.
Just Before the Battle.
"Would you marry him if you were
"I'd marry anyone that asked me, If
I were you."
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Sootblng Syrup for Children
teething, seftSBS -ie gums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain.curea wind colic, S6c bottle. Ma
"Who was this great god Pan you
read about who worked on pipes?"
"I guess he was a boss plumber."
Dr.Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulateand Invig
orate stomach, liver and bowels, ejugar-ooated,
tiny granules, easy to take as candy. Adv.
Letters a man doesn't write are
never read In court.
thorn" ly, srtizly, gray hairs. Uee
WWi ys&vj f Ms
1 This is a Duke's
r von pm'.ke Duke's Mixture In pipe or cigar
ette, it la delightfully sati.siyinjr
choice of men vho want real,
In each 5c sack there an: one and a half ounces of
choice Virginia and North Carolina tobftCCO pure, nnld,
B rich best sort of jrranulntcd tobacco. Enough to make
many gnod, satisfying cigarettes the kind that imkc
fi rolling populcr. And with each sack you get a present
coupon and a book of cigarette papers free.
K Get an Umbrella Free
fA The coupons can be exchanged for all sort- ..I valu-
W ble presents. The list includes not only smokers' article!
but many desirable presents for women and children--
Tfk toilet articles, tennis
S J JUPieLB?-!! rackets, catcher's
A Most Useful Present
For You and Yours
The riperinr nuttrialt used, the eiccr- K
tiooil care in mani.lacturc. enJ the WU fl
knon mil he reoetufa WaWBlSB
pttecti, m.e tii ftn the tuoJa.-J o'. E
t writinj worU every here. Jf
Always rejJ anJ ac.-urutc.
Pen That FitsEvery Hand"
Mr. Rastus l'ze muzzled
An' now l'ze waltln'.
Mr. Acker For what?
Mr. Rastus To see if dey's gwinter
go de res' o' de way an' see to de
puhtection o' us human bein's. Ef
dey'll fix up some way o' muzzlin' er
hiu' feet o' er mule, dell sho'ly stop
er heap o' damage.
Lost Trousers Playing Poker.
William Verne appeared in a Detroit
police coudt attired in a dress coat
and some underwear he had bet the
trousers in a poker game the evening
; before and lost. His cash, his watch
and his diamonds preceded the trou
' sers into the 1 bank " The trousers
, were of good quality, so William bet
several blue chips on them. But his
' luck didn't turn and when he was
! cleaned out again he broke up the
e-arr.il hv Hltlttlfia H. hprppd thp Infill
t,..,-.. WJ ........... 0 - - --DO--
of the trousers to go home in, but
the bank took no risks and declined
So William started In dress coat and
underwear and was arrested.
"Is he a very successful surgeon'.'"
"Very. Nearly all of his patients
live long enough to pay their bills."
Art Richeat in Curative Qualltlea
rOft BAOKACH C, RHEUMATISM,
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
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Wo Want Ten M;ilio Dollars Wort of Fur
Wmm PrfaMl Better Oprf.nc? MtilMom If
Return Mailt ! ftfO lOmtOtt htt ; -.''
tliot mtC I iirvn -.wi u 'i.iynurf urstori'itt
V it '. :a M. IX'Uii.-iriO i... . -i
ur un- in th" Laruitt Ptimmry r'u
jri'trt' t n tbe WrrM. Our itlm rc
tUn M t'y t-i" Rr.'iiii'rt fur l ujtn of
this riMiatry. r'uroi rd Citn&dft. ' 't.
Mtltlon m M MM m fierce). Ad1 up
go tl.t pFiCMj ;na direct wilh
m W9 , ruu't yotikoo wtiv ei cauuff urv
to iay yuu . , --r,t (iriceeT
Big Money In Trapping
Trap durlna stpBrPtltCO. Mink. Cxm,,
zk, Muekrul.Wolf. l.yni. White tVhsm,
end other fun ate ralutble oJt. U4II lnr&
t. -'. ' Ihetn with Funslfn Au-.u. , I a x We e
Ten Billion i litre wjrtn ur i turn pits
will pay mil, for tbetn. To get best roealte user
Funsten Animal BaJt-SlCaa
e KUrsiite this bait to locrease ytiar ret'tk.
a rmn t rwlrt it Ouicia, mi dollar, made fl.lM
profit f r no men Used bj V S Government nd br MaC
. - ' trapper evrywherw. 'I Grant! Prlie. World 'Fair, t
A : i i.t f -a h kind of animal btata k nd wepied,
TRAPS AT FACTORY COtT-iucludlot the femtai Via.
tor mimt enlira outfit Mff trapper . All at aaelng pi-lea
FRCt -Trpper'Oai'l,OaBie ' appy Catalog Shook
In i w n n r u nsu-ses neporj. n w- 'if fs,
. et- W Ml tular
Pwsaian Sr. Cs.,
, Funalan Sid., St. Lmj, Urn
of this paper desiring to buy any
thing advertised in its columns should
insist upon having what they ask for,
refusing all substitutes or imitations.
I wm a bill W art ralarauoaa.
i.,r IntorttaUM aMI Imimta Id tbe Northern Interior
of Brtllab Columbia, through that portion being
now opened up h? tbe tjrjiul Trunk I'arlflo Haiv
uj. ado. WUtOmmjSBk mSBrnjuHmlmOk
1 Ageala wanted In every town to Mil U
t.rt at Queen urooan and Winner Una oi
, bruahea. The beat proposition for agantav
l.adlia very nurreearut. Eaay. permanent, paf-
Warren Brush Cananaar.
t Inclaaatl. o.
N. U., ST. LOUIS, NO. 50-1912