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OCTOBER 4, 1912
Smoke of Herbs
A Simple, Safe, Reliable Way and It
Costs Nothing to Try.
This preparation of herbs, leaves,
flowers and berries (containing no
tobacco or habit-forming drugs) Is
either smoked in an ordinary clean
pipe or smoking tube, and by draw
ing the medicated smoke into the
mouth and inhaling into the lungs
or sending it out through the nos
trils in a perfectly natural way, the
worst case of Catarrh can be eradi
cated. It is not unpleasant to use, and at
the same time it is entirely harmless,
and can be used by man, woman or
Just as Catarrh is contracted, by
breathing cold or dust and grni
laden air, just so this balmy !anti
septic smoking remedy goes to' all
the affected parts of the air passages
of the head, nose, throat and lungs.
It can readily be seen why the ordi
nary treatments, such as sprays,
ointments, salves, liquid or tablet:
medicines fail they do not and! can
not reach all the affected parts. '
If you have catarrh of the iiose,
throat or lungs, choking, stoppdn-up
feeling, colds, catarrhal headaches J
if you are given to hawking and spit
ting, 'this simple yet scientific treat
ment should cure you. .
An illustrated book which goes
thoroughly into the whole question
of the cause, cure and prevention of
catarrh will, upon request, be 'sent
you by Dr. J. W. Blosser, 144 W"41
ton street, Atlanta, Ga. ''
He will, also, mail you five days'
free treatment. You will at once see
that it is a wonderful remedy, and as
it only costs one dollar for the regu
lar treatment, it Is within the reach
of everyone. It is not necessary to
send any money simply send your
name and address and the booklet
and free trial package will be mailed
Subscribers' Advertising Pept.
77ANTED Men prepare as firemen,
YV brakemen, electric motormen,
colored train porters. Hundreds put to
work. $65 to $100 month. No experi
ence necessary. 500 more wanted.
Write Inter." Railway, Dept 72, Indian
TEXAS Fort Bend and Brazoria Co.
lands for homeseeker or Investor;
all sized tracts; write for list. E. .J.
Addison, Rosenberg, Texas.
homo, several green flags were
waved. The appearance of these em
blems of nationalism started several
fierce fights, but tho polico stopped
the conflicts before anybody was bad
(Continued from Pago 9.)
this year and tho method of their ex
penditure include Senator Dixon,
Ormsby McIIarg and Treasurer R. IT.
Hooker, of tho national progressive
party for Colonel Roosevelt; H. L.
Nichols, for Governor Harmon; Rep
resentative McKinley, for President
Taft; Former Senator F. T. Dubois,
for Champ Clark; Senator Bankhead,
for Representative Underwood, and
William F. McCombs, for Governor
The only members of the houso
of representatives thus far asked to
testify are Former Speaker Cannon,
Representative McKinley, Represen
tative Palmor of Pennsylvania, but it
is expected that others will appear
before the committeo concludes its
Former Representative Joseph C.
Sibley of Pennsylvania probably will
not be called beforo tho committee
investigating campaign expenditures
to explain letters he is alleged to
have written to John D Archbold,
copies of which William R. Hearst
has published. Tho committeo
learned that Mr. Sibley is in a sani
tarium in such poor physical health
that his testimony would bo of
doubtful value. Mr. Archbold will
probably reappear before tho committee.
DROTHER Accldently discovered root
- will cure both tobacco habit and
indigestion. Gladly send particulars.
J. W. Stokes, Mohawk, Fla.
pOOD FARM of 80 acres for sale, near
Stidham, Okla.; 40 acres in cultiva
tion, balance In timber; all new land;
will grow anything that will grow jn
that latitude; price, $1,800, cash. H. N.
Flack, Routo No. 2, Box 73A, Linton,
FOR SALE Homestead at Savannah,
Minn., suitable for a stock farm;
small stream, fine meadow; fifteen
dollars an acre; terms given. Write or
call on Frank Shepard, Park Rapids,
Minn., who will show you the property.
WE SELL choice selected farm lands
in the famous James River "Valley
on crop payments; write us for list of
special bargains. Also have for sale
first real estate five-year mortgages,
netting 6 per cent to the investor; wo
collect and remit principal and. interest
free of charge; an abstract furnished
with each loan. Have resided in Stuts
man county, N. D the past 33 years.
Reference, Citizen's National Bank,
Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
John B. Fried Co., Jamestown, N. D. -
TWENTY acres, three-fourths milo of
Mission, Hildalgo county, Texas, all
in cultivation, fenced, irrigated, first
lift, raise anything; pleasant climate.
Price, $175 per aero cash, or $180, half
cash, balance in 12 months at 8 per cent.
Worth $200. Mrs. W. H. Beth ur em,
An Associated Press dispatch
says: An investigation, to determine"
whether campaign contributions had
anything to do with 'hp, refusal of
congress to revise thebplen sched
ule In tho session of 19 09 has been
started by Chairman Clapp of the
senate committee investigating cam
paign expenditures. It is understood
he is preparing a list of witnesses,
Including tho names of Former
Sneaker Cannon, Representatives
McKinley of Illinois and Weeks of
Massachusetts and representatives of
various branches of tho woolen in
dustry with the recommendation
that they be questioned as to any
knowledge thev may have of cam
paign funds furnished In the con
gressional fight of 1908.
A number of eastern men in-,
terested- in, various branches of the
woolen. i,4hd.ustry, particularly in the,
so-called "carded woolen" industry,
have been in conference with Senator
Clapp. The senator declined to say
whether he had any specific informa
tion relative to campaign contribu
tions by woolen interests. The wor
sted manufacturers have been
charged in congress with being
especially favored by the tariff, as
distinguished from tho carded woolen
Tho purpose in summoning the
three congressmen named, it is un
derstood, is to ascertain the facts sur
rounding a conference said to have
been held in Boston in 1908, be
tween members of cogress and men
interested in the worsted woolen
manufacturing business. Worsted
manufacturers are said to have had
a conference later at Chicago over
tariff matters with representatives
of the sheep-raising interests of the
western and Rocky mountain states,
and it is believed this also will be the
subject of inquiry by the senate com
mittee. Senator Clapp has received a let
ter from George 'W. Perkins asking
that Charles D. Hilles, chairman of
the republican national committee,
bo called before the senate commit
teo investigating campaign expendi
tures to testify fully as to his;
"charge" ' that Colonel Roosevelt
had "spent millions of dollars of har
vester trust money."
FREE UPON REQUEST
A book that every Cow
Owner should have
AT an expense of thotiAnnds of
dollars we have gathered to
gether in this ook a great fund
of valuable information covering very
fully those questions which nrc of
YiUl Interest to every owner of corn.
Tho very best and hi chest authori
ties in the land havcf written a num
ber of chapters especially prepared
for this handbook upon a wide ranga
of dairy subjects.
Dr. Colrorn, Secretary of the Kansas
Department of Agriculture, the great
alfalfa expert, 1ms written a chapter
Dr. Alexander; Professor of Veteri
nary ScIchcc, University of Wiscon-
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sin, diflcuMcs Dtnr Cow Dinr.itn iko
Their Tnorea Thkatmkwt,
Trof. I huh O. Van I'clt, the Iowa
State Dairy Kxpcrt, and one of the
Kditorsof Kimball's Dairy Farmer, ha
contributed a most interesting discus
sion on l'noncif Dairy Vtimaa avd
Dr. nurkctt, Kditor of tho American
Agriculturist, tells about tho Moit
Suitarlx Dauy Cnow, and other
widely known authorities discus
Soil KraTittTY, Dairyinu ma Pbokit,
Farm Huttt.r Maximo, Silos and Sil
age, etc., etc.
A scries of photographs illustrating
the denlrablc points in selecting a
dairy cow are shown, and also photo
of representative cows of the various
well-known dairy breeds, torether
with statements from the secretaries
of the various dairy cattle associ
ations setting forth the claims for
consideration of each breed.
The HANDBOOK nlso contains
much general information such as
table of weights and measures,
silo capacities, etc., that every
dairyman at some time or other
has occasion to refer to.
While Uic DR LAVAL DAIRY
HANDBOOK covers the various
nliasc of dairy farming moat com-
elctcly, It Is in no wise technical,
Ut la written In pUln every-dar
language so taat res the chUd
rea can uaderttaad it.
You certainly ought to have thl
hook. It's absolutely tree. Just
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The De Laval Separator Co.
Tnc Db Lavai. Ski-ahatoh Co.
166 Broadway, New York.
Flense mail mo, postage free,
n copy of your Dairy Handbook.
I sell cream, make butter, bcU milk (Crououtwhichevtr
you don't do). The make of my Separator is.
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SAVE HALF YOUR MONEY
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at such low. umicaru-oi factory x'ricos7
RANGES AND HEATERS
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pedal price aly hold jpod tot immadiata akipawit.
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