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CLIMATE IS IDEAL
GREAT WEALTH ACQUIRED
Writing from ai-lialoiin, Buskatrhe-
an, ('anuria, W. II. KllwuiiKcr, who
wa fonnerly a resident tl Ureeu
Mountain, lot, says; "The. tllmata
It) nmuiier I I for growing (train.
l.onK, clear diys of tiiinliti!e, no tad
mi. rum. We never need to ptiarj
aitnliiKt cyrli ties; I never raw a bettci
climate la my 1 1 f . We made iimim
itumey lnrtt!(? I )rt h nm of l'.i"G than
any previous ti )ears In c n1i.il
low a ilit of the Im hi district in tfn
state." Hut Mr. i:s!vati;er was a real
dent of tin- town, and It rnlKtit be inorr
liiterer'lin? to ri iid liii t a fa rnx-r h.'if
to say about Western laninla. Krmr
hundreds of letters all filled wltl,
word of praise, recounting success Id
Wi stern t';i:iui!a there hag b.-en on
Reiceted. It Is a follows:
Paynlon, Ss., Canada,
I tec. K'th, l'.07.
To Wnom This May Concern:
I moved to this address February 3
1907, from Montgomery. Iowa, and
took a homestead 3" miles north ol
Paynton. It was rold when I move;
here but It did ru t stay cold long; It
broke up the Mh of February, and i!
not so cold af.tr that but the sarins
was late on account of the heavy snow
fall, but In Pjdte of the late spring )
saw better xtrain than I ever saw In
the plates, raised this year. I heljicd
a man finish sowlr; oats the 4th o!
July and they made fair oats. In a
SKxi year oats will po 100 butluls to
the acre and wheat 25 to 10; nil root
rrops do w. !1 here. I saw turnips welsh
7 and 8 poinds. I raised imtatfe thil
year that itHabwtvd ll'i piehef
one way ami is 4 the oihr In clr
cuiuferenee. This it a Cue twk coun
try : hay In abundance, water,
plt-ntv of f.nl. free at'd plenty of
tui!dl.i materia' the ri.v.-j i.mnit
rive us tlrt-.ber to t-x-x Ir.to lumlxr
and ? can p t l! jawed for about
ij") p r ttioiif.ai.d. All small fruit
Knits wild here, lb. n there are ducks,
ro se. icrutise. 'hi .tea:,:, de r. mixse,
ilk and hsh in abundance. I wag over
to Turtle Ijike yesterday where there
ts lots of fishing being done this win.,
ter. I taw about a carload of white
fish In one pile. I cave 15 cents for
r5 pounds of f.sh. What do you think
cf that, ltrother Yankee? I think this
Is a fine place both to make money
and to live. There was an old man up
here visiting his brother-in-law. Now
this man owns land close to 1-
Moines. Iowa, and Is In k-J circum
stance, but he took a homesteRd anj
says he will be contented if he can
only put In the rent of his das In
Canada, lie would et un Iri the rnorn
and look out of the door end Kay:
"Well, who wouldn't live In Car. laV
Now I have been In 13 different states
In the United States, and I sever f-aw
the rtmnre that Shew (g here for a
man th:.t hast a little n-.tmcle atiJ a
little brains. Tbn-e cheer for Cana
w. a si-ici:"
Tlifs Is the ten-pcrattire Ihroua
November. I took It tnviuif mi I
know It Is rlcht. lt the hade:
1 :7 27 in
2 ?4 40 17 li 1"J
3 re r7 is 12 :
4 : -4 19 S3
fi ;7 :o :o i: 24
so r.s ji m 27
" u ." i :s
IS 24 :3 15 27
9 17 i :4 is :i
10 J 13 :5 i i-i
11 6 16 rs 32 :s
1: : :o 17 ; i
n 7 11 rs 14
14 ji is 29 is :e
15 20 31 30 IS 17
Result cf Bus'ncts Growth.
Ilecentlr a livery Una In a a"Uthern
town butlt a one story frame addition
to Its stable for the accommodation ol
waRons. etc. Jerry, the Night watch
man, whone lorn service has con
vinced him that be Is p'"v proprietor
rf the concern was ovetheard explain
ing the matter to a couple of lumale.
In this wUe:
"Ve, our buidne d:in concreasei
so dat wo'a ti n oldttied to build dll
hyar suVKtsutlal lu da ft-ah!"
i00 RewarJ, S100.
T r4r uf 1 1' rf w . I itm t M lkiw
tlit lbvt 111 l.i.MirU(44 41 ttl K
l4 W tun I 1 .tr. to4 lltal tu
i ftU ll ) t 1 .Mtrh I H IM h 1 M,o
ul . hb.w in Ua .im.1 J 1 lrf1l
itt llt.url II.. t I r 19 tK, l
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t..Mi.in-Hi ..f M m a.' ft .a -..( ta
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'h.... (bmi.iu i (umiti f-mt xi.mi u,? off r
0. .9 tiu.ulr.-a O.., I .r ant II tfc.. M
a- K,.r..l f r ti.i ut'tio. uU 1
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.1 I I , ft 1 lf fttf TN.
1 aft u.. k fta.i 1 1 .. 1. .ftfti'aa.
Th Only Way.
raculdy Ah', well, no wan klu rc
Tint w at s u an' rone.
Catn-y Ye could if ) only acted
J lli'k enough.
CakKidy Oo 'long, n:an! How
t'ahey Stop It befor it happens
Millad. l.hla I'lcta.
Lamon, ChocoUts and Custard Pis.
it d''S not rgi,ir n nen -.t r.H-k
to UiMft ft'.n.l (ti.ft tioiu K-t I r. M Jul
t!i f r-.iltioi.ft of nil Inft-rvl noa
1. r in ii.i K-ft.ly (.r inuee-tmi
i.ft. At KnKr to i-tmi I r ka.
-iJ.-r f ttkittuft-. i. ' 4-ui ui
l c-rla I'oinl ., H.M hTntrr, N. t.
A neighbor's test'.mcDy is ths tost
cf ever) body.
A i--.l to Vrrp wrll i to tV.o (itr
field (r4 fi-.ii(-f.t It . it purttii- t It bll
iiMum iihhI 01 kb and (tiil kohu!
Chrnerovldy tss a fin trslt, 10 I
fuiti a t-aty iuy Is 4 trait mala.
WILL MAKE DEMOCRAT THINK.
Mixsd Advice That Is Sent t th
East f rem Dcnvtr.
Advice that comes from Denver
with the wclcM of txpert authority
conveys mixed Information to tha
Iit-mocrHt. V have been cherlgtilnB
epe tailotia t a hlRh time at the
Itrmocrnfle I ona' "otiventlon. Two
former F'ennk. iH-mo rats now
occiip)rm ofTU-tw. places In (but city
re-i.l this cogent warning:
"Ilei;ates should retneintier that
the city Im a mile up In the air that
Is, S.it-O feet above the level;
that they ahoiild not chusu the ear.
fhould not lieeotne excited or lu" un
duly active, mid tl'.nt to drinks cf
vihli.Vy will lU-f.t them up" as tiujeb
as liine In another at i li' re . In
other words, this bl:li altitude con-trlbuti-s
to quick heart action a
pumping Jn-art. as it Is railed and
iM-nver s rarefied atmosphere demittids
on the part of aliens cot:svr ative
movement. little or no exhilaration,
whnV-Minif ly quiet thought and ac
tion, and fstieclailv the mitiinunn of
Ftlmulants, alcoholic and nicotine."
As to the most salient point in this
advice It may bsj written -down as
eiod or bad. according to Individual
views. Some appalling reKr! are
abroad as to the scale of charges
that Is likely to prevail at m-nver
hotels. Hut If two drinks of whisky
In Denver will do the work of nine in
the more sluggish atmosphere of New
York or Pittsburg the IVr.iocrats may
think that the cobt cT nornlcating
Hran will be much reduced. Hut
what If the Denver saloonkeepers
should adopt the corporate principle
of "valii" of service'1 and charge as
much for two drinks as the r.lne
would eust on the low Sands
I'nt when I ie:nocratlc authority pre-S'-:iii
s "quiet thought and action,
conservative mo etui tit s and no ex
hilaration" f'ir a lKi:iM-ratk- na'ional
ronver.tjon It iiitro-luces the irteeou-(iial.;.-.
How could l;raa have ever
been nominated by the "Crown of
thorns and cress of gild" speech
'-n that r- time? True, he may not
tu c-J that hul'at a1i to get the tintnl
nathin this time. Hut quiet thought
over the tioniinatii n of a IV mrw ratic
candidate !io has In the past achieved
the revolution of getting a Republican
senator elected from Kentucky Is cal
culated to produce chilliness in the
I-niM-title txtrtttiitieg. Pittsburg
American Foodstuffs Abroad.
"W hat we want," tmld the president
of the American Keol roeal Tariff
league, "is such commercial relation
as wi;i enable western farmers to tup
ply fiMMl products to the millions of
Karope. Poth Cermany and FYance
are r-hdy to do butdix-ss with us ui'n
this propt.:tiin " Welt, are not west,
crn farn er alteady siipplyini? fcti
products to the uiilllons of Kurope?
It tiuiit Ur that they are, for our sur
f his f.md product are finding f..r
eli::j u:a:kets at the rate of nearly
$ ii'U 0 "J.l'OJ a ) ar. Mi.;-", of them
go to Kuropv Certair.'y none of th
sutplus tila)S at home. There Is no
gl'it lu the Ati.erlcan market. JYance
sr.d tiej many are alteady taking their
shase. They n,!gl4 take tnore. per
haps, if their own f'tod inducers d:l
not li.hi.t upon r.-t iiaiiieting at
home at high ptnos all that they have
to sell. It Is doubtful that the ajrra
rlau or la:d otsn'tig tnti-resta of Ger
many and Prance will consent to have
the tan.T bars removed even though
German mid French manufacturers
.hould thereby be enabled to swamp
the Amvtican tuatket with their
products. The plea for larger market
for American fitodstuffs Is mostly a
fraud and a snare.
Danger of Brysnism.
Iteputdlcan campaign prevision can
not safely stop with the IH tuocratlc
party's defined strvngth or with a
count of the states which Mr. Hryan
did not carry In Ma two presidential
efforts. This year there is a difference
which weaken the force of old figur
ing All the dlKConteuted eh-metUS.
all the looselv attached elements and
ail the Kcpuhlh an stay at home ele
tr.ents-nre to W considered a polbl
I'iiio tat It is not to be forgotten tha'
each of the liran rtislttoti, how
ever rhlmetlcal It may be In the Judg
tiient of the well Informed, ha a cer
tain attraction for voting inn-sen, and
ha bei n advanced with a not wholly
lllusloned ew to that practical, II
tempoisiy. political effect. popu'at
f!th In settled forms and principle
of government Is alssrs shnken In
ttu.i s of si ii kilhh lud.istry. No man
Is able to prophesy how far even
rtiM-nbacklMii I1I be accepted by
the spit it of "an thing for a change"
hlih mill be ptesctit during the com
Coming la th Front.
The cloe approach of a protective
tariff sNhteiu for (lr-at lliitaln h
brought a new condition to the notice
of the public over there, and It may
havs a poslilve effect on the I'nlted
States. An Knglish trade pai-r re
pct that a Ciue.pnny loanutai luring
popular safely rasor In the I'nlted
States is planulng to establish a fac
toty lu Kngiand, to conform with a
British patent law which provides that
tertain inirtlons of patented articles
ofTeted for sale there must be manu
fa.'tured on l'ottleh soil. Tha mi
chlnery I being Imported from Amer
lit. but l lie work I to be done by
Itrltlsh subjivt That may be ex
peeled of other lcidusttle If (he old
free trade country aoea Into protec
tive tariff, a It ha the apcaranc ol
doing now mora than ever for yeat-s
Tin protective iollti(ln ar rouiln
n the fnuil rapijiy Worcester TI
THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS
A Condcnsfd Account cf Traoiae
tioDt at the National Capital.
Tha Most Important Item Catherec
From Each Day' Session of
Senata and House.
Rule Without Authority,
Wonliington. D. C President Itoe-
il If, asked by rat authority of la
he has ever' ij-ed the function of kov-
rrimoht la th't Panama canal tone
biuc e the date of the expiration of ths
fifth-eighth coiig'ers In a K-suiii'ion lo
thi h-''Ue ;i'rinii!cn by Mr. Harrison
Mr. I)4rrijti ca'.jc d attention to Fee
Hon 2 cf tin; racl to provide for the
temporary government ol the canal
r-jr.ef approved April 2s, l'.-''4, hlcb
reads as follow s :
"That until tbe expira'ioa of the
f.f;y'Uhth conre&s, on'.esa provision
for the temporary government of the
canal rone be sooner made by con
grr-ts, all the military, civil and Judi
cial powers as well as the power tc
make ali rules a:nl teitula'.lou ne.-es
sary for the gcivenimect of the canal
rone and all rights, powers and au
thorlty granted by the term of said
treaty to the VniteJ States, shall lx
vested in such peron or persons arsd
fhall be exercised in such manner ai
the president shall direct, for tbe gov
erument of said zone and maintaining
aDd protecting the inhabitants thereol
In the free enjoyment of their liberty
property and reliel.in.
"The fifty-eighth congress." said Mr
Harrison, "dosed March 4. 1V5. with
out having conferred upon the pres!
dt :.; any ati'hi-rlty to coritlnue to ex
crclse the goverrmcnt of the zone
The f:,';y r.lnth congress similarly
fal'ed to ernp. vvir a bill for that
ptirpos-'. ir.-'.-odiici , by Repr-'senlativt
Wan.'.-r having died in the commit te
on fur:.-n commerce. Notwithstand
l".g tljese r missions the presldi-r.t ha?
cot:t::: i' 1 to direct the governmert 'I
the canal rone the same as If he had
!een vsied by cotgrer with the aa
thorlty so to do."
More Speeches to Come.
Washington. D. C. Voting on thf
pending Aldrich currency bill in th
senate has beeu further delayed by no
tices given WedeCKrj;,y cf s;,eeches to
be made on that. meaure next week.
Senator Tillman notified the senate
that he wouM submit remarks on Man
day and that Senator laFo!!etie would
s;eak on Tuesday.
Favor Public Building Bill.
Washington. D. C A large number
of public building bills were ordered
favorably reported Wednesday by the
senate coi'.-.mi'tr-e. They ichi.le the
following: Oklahoma City. Ok., J".o.i..
oc-0; I'ocatello. Ida.. Il23.tt.xi; ndef-n-rtmce.
Mo.. Jvt,(ii,v FremoM, Neb,
-"".tt.''. ai;d Mil sv ille, M , t :.
Would Mjfce Eanka Pay Intereit.
Washington. D C Senator N 3 son
of M:r.tie4t.x Thursday gave notice cf
n amendment he will propose to the
Aldnch currency b!l! requiring nation
al banks to pay 2 i-c' cent intere.-; on
ek!y balanci s of g. rnmct-.t d
poll's cf n.otjey.
Three More Collier Ordered.
Wasl.tr.gton. D. C The purchase of
three new steam colliers with a civil
carrying capacity of 7,0 0 tons, at a
cost eac,h of I.' ;.;3 c.".i, was ccree.; to
Friday by the boas committee r.n
Four Hundred Bill in 30 Minutes.
ashiugton. D. C. A rt of th-
serslon of the bouse Friday wa tie-
votej to the consideration of prlvxte
fx-nston bills. Four hundred and Tie
ere parsed In 30 minutes.
Indian Bill Agreement.
Washington, D. C The conference
on the Indian appropriation till reach
ed a full Jigr em. nt Friday and re
ports Were presented to both house.
An Ozark Forest Reserve.
Washington. D. C The president
has slgued a proclamation crestitiR the
Onark national forest la the aorta
western part of the state of Arkansas
Fire Deitroy J 00 Homes.
Pulte. Mont. One of the most dls
Irous foes lu the history of cttsiorn
Montana Friday wi-,! out three
fourth of the ton of Pig TltiiU-r.
iMMit one hundred and Pfty ml!.- east
of tt ! eltv. on tliH Nurthcrn I'a.-lflc
rMlto.vl Thre,. hundred f.imll!. are
are rendered homeless and the lo is
estimated at more than four hundred
Favor American Ship.
Washington, li C The bill to re
quire the traiisi-rtatlon of material
and suppH.s to be used In ie con
struction of the Pari km a canal lu ship
of American register sat passed by
the senate Friday. As amended the
bill exempts from the restriction
ports In which no American v-s- ls
are to be secured for shipping goods
The Circumscribed German.
I'.erlln A minor court In P. rliu has
Juift decided that It is a gross misde
meanor to shout on the on-n streets
"Hurrah for I'niversal suffrage'
Want Congress to investigate.
Washington. D C Ke resenutiv
Scott of Kansas, who Is the chairmaa
of the house coin in. t tee on agricul
ture, Thursday introduced a resolution
providing for an Investigation by the
uvernmetit as to the causes of the
fluctuations Hi the price of wheat. Corn
nd other grains.
A "Kit," Ticket 0f, Robbed.
Oklahom City. Ok The Missouri,
-vansi! & Texas railway ticket ofT.ce
a intend early Thursday guj the
rasa drawer rvMtd of
HOW TO KNOW PURE PAINT.
A Way In Which It Ml B Itfeit fi4
After A hulldinc has b-en iln'(J
kmif enough for a wlhf t-t. It I
fury to tell if the pulrcl us'd was jr. l !,
af pure White l-sd or not lint 'k!i ,
belated knowledge com like I'ukirK t
the Iiarn after the colt I stolen
What one watt I ft t-t that will j
tell the quality f the r-alnt s-fr It l
nd !. Ulir of putting It oa at j
paid for.' i
Nature I. is provided a way In whlih j
genutne White Jx-t-d n ay ! pmi'le- J
!y distlnpuUhed from adulter ati-d IT j
fake White I--a 1 bef.-.re you peu,j a
rent on your pair ting.
Pure White I-a l is rniide fr oi r. .. ;
talllc 1-n 1, . 1. t:-.der lf;'ese t-'-tr, !
iiirh as is produced by a blow j ';.e.
pure White will resolvent'-' ha- X
into tpetall'e b ad. jf, however. It it ,
not genuine White lad, or if it con
tains the ti:p?.t--t trace of a!u'tf:a
tlon, the crar.ge will not take jlace.
Therefore the "blow-pliwj" test Is aa ;
absolute and final or,e. ( ,
The National Ix-Jid Cvmfny a-e
crgln? everyone inter-ffd In palr.tir.e; :
to make this test of paint before n-lse; f
It, and they guaran'ee that the f"f :
White Iyad sold under their Dutch ;
IVvy Painter" trade-mark will alwaya J
prove absolutely pure under the ' blow. I
pip" or any other test. To make it I
easy for yon to perform the exjer1-
ment they will send you free uj-on r- ;
quest a blow-pipe and everything neo- '
fssary for you to make the test, to
gether with a valuable booklet ca j
paint. Address, National Ix-ad Com-
par.y, Woodbrid-re Util!J!nr, New York
To refuse to ykM to o'hers when
reason or a special eanse reqiiire it is
a mark of pride and s'ilness. Thom
as a Kempif.
rti r t Kru itvr to 14 rAV.
P1 rm'IMVlVt i-ITirr.rt1 l. f -r fcr-
et I'.ii ti f-1 H.-s. : iiirlr ti-uj 1 1 .4-1 u
lkiltOA)ulllt) s!ulX Jbc.
Crapes are Fque-ied six tlrr.eg Ja
rr.eklr.g chair.; agrte. yielding w'r. cf
Tea a'ssys get full t1j- in I jew is j
s.r I'.ireler --:. j:-t .V- i-irar. i oar j
dealer or lfvi' l iiiory, Pevr.i. Hi.
Men mske hotiscg, but soifti rrakt
Proof Is Incxhaustilile that
Lrli.x 1- I'inkham's V jct.xlle
ComrHMimi carries women safely
tlirtmU the Chance of Life.
H. - tbe letter Mrs. F. Han-avTi,
8(H II Ij.njf CV.hunbus, ULio,
vriiu-s to Mrs. l'mkhara :
" I wj psKsinir throufh tbe Charpe
of Life, and suffered from uerrous
ness. heajiaches and other anuoyiajf
symptom, Mr dvUr told me thai
llydia K. Iiulhsm' Vegetable Com
pound was pxl for lae. and since tak
ing it I feel so much better, and I cia
a:ain do mr own work. I never f .-rpvt
to tell my friends what Lyd;a i 1'ink
ham' Vegetable Conirs'ntid did for tt
during thi trying period."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty vcar LydU E. l"ir.V
hum' Vcgctai l OmiimuiKl, r.iA.'.
irvmi root aiivl Lorbs Las lvn tha
stan-lanl rvmetly Jt 1cp.u1j ills,
atul has jxvsit i vely curvd tht iiisdiKis c t
xvi'iiHti w lio havo loa troullnl w iih
tiv'ii. tihrti.l tumors irrcpilaritks
ivt-riislic pAins, lm kai he, that U-ar-I!li;-liiWll
f-eliup, liatult jicy, iuJ:s-ti-!s,di77iiiessir
Why d n't you try it ?
31m. lMukham Invites all sick
vwonicti to vrit her lor mMIoc.
She lias (rultltsl tliotivn tuts to
Lvitltli. AUdrcs.s I.Jitu, Maui.
Never rub off when tha wa'J U ip4
Alahastln coloe ar soft, fcautlful aJ
vdvctjj cv:r fade aoJ ixvvr f iak o."f
Alahafttine Is thorvxisblr sanitarv, sever
luwulds vr nuldft-a oa tb wail.
AlaWtine Is carefly parVed. prre
ly 11-led an t u en lo luft-viei ac .IerrC
l.ots, aU w b.te. 1 jeti paclaof w i cvvvvt
frviu ftkH) to 4.'J juaro tvt 4 sufv.
W rite for Srwiil
CoUr S. hemes for
your room VkIui"
h ywr W. if b xka o4 AlaWi
1 t tV aawiyul (awi taVi .ta i
ULW ,0tk CITY cut oo Kvrux, avert,
' 4 S -v ' V
vwa im - evt jxift
!"- - H M f " A
.-.Suf ftaMuitftLk. -as
with rtitnam I ndeiess
1, ..,,... ii. I ; M 1 1
1 ri I.'
i !j AhCO'OL-3 FTR Ctis-T
i . r., . . ,
: !' rs it A ?tA Certain? r.cSrr
1; Opium.Worphine rk3riicfsl
: i Not Xahc otic.
A mice I RiTtvdy far Cowrtt-
l ; (ion , Swr Stooiich.Dtarrrji.si'a
: j iVorms jConrjWtom Jrvcr'nb'
Y-I ; oe s and Lo S S O F SIX tP
O 1 TKt Ccstalw Cotissjtr,
Gnenfee4 unrtee ttu F&e.itrl
t Tact Cory of Wrwfyes.
is swelling end innaTT.rr.aHcncf
ih-gbnds q rhs sids cf the !hrocl. K,
rhe cuJside ol the throcl-
rhe swelling end grrcs irzri relief.
Fcr Crouo. Oulntv Sf3reThref5-
BrpnchiHs, Asrhma, Pain in Cheslor
Lungs this liniment is unsurpassed
Jiloons Liniment is indispenscb'2 ,
vhen IraveSIing because it is
pencrrating, worming, soothing,
healing end cr.h'sepHc.
1 Or Eorl S. Slocri. Boiron
V-.f . "x
4x-rat3n ma rrii wti r M,J,t
It iti.a to i4o iK h-e r4Pt I r-
fe-t Mr t k itC It)' K.t b Uu&4. wis Met KkAa
-at -a-s lactwi l t svis4 S
fh. at.iwf t it tcoip fif t';pM4 a P... 4
mtn TF 1ft t stK .' f t I &t
tnrl CO it.
Thai l re r! 1 4aW. iwU,
lbiaj. ttahal mwt, 4Www 4ae
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