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NOT WORK How She Was Relieved from Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Taunton, Mass.—VI had pains In both sides and when my periods came I had to stay at home from work and suf fer a lofig time. One day a woman tame to oar house ind asked my toother why I was suffering. Mother told her that I suf fered every month 1 she said, 'Why I't you buy i\ _3ttle of Lydia E. Pinkhanj's Vegetable Compound?' My mother bought it and the next month I was so well that I worked all the month without- staying at home a day. Iam in good health now and have told lots of girls about it."—Miss CLARICE MORIN, 22 RussellStreet, Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silence every month rather than consult a phy sician. If girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting-spells or indigestion would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, a safe and pure remedy made from roots and herbs, much suffering might be avoided. Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for free advice which will prove helpful. Gold Dust by Mail. A Watertown (N. Y.) man has just received a bag of gold dust, mailed to him from Klondike in 1889, three tags with 20 addresses showing the lengths to which he had gone to prevent that filthy lucre's overtaking him. The flight of the average man from such a peril would make a glacier look like a Fokker aeroplane. It Never Came Back Backache Sufferer! Thousands will tell you what wonderful relief they have had frpm Doan's Kidney Pills. Not only relief, but lasting cures. If you are lame in the morning, have headache, dizzy spells and irregular kidney action, don't wait. Use Iioan's Kidney Pills, the best recommended special kidney remedy. A Minnesota Case "Bverv Picture Tells a Mrs. Anna Bossard, 71 Sycamore St., St. Paul, Minn., says: "No tongue can tell what I suffered from rheu matic pains through my back, hips and limbs. Doctors didn't do me a bit of good and. one time I was confined to bed for thfee months. I was he a screamed with pain. My kidneys were ter ribly disordered and 1 gave up hope of get ting well. Finally, I heard of Doan's Kid ney Pills and they put me on my feet, a well woman. That happened some two years ago and I can still say that Euan's Kidney Pills deserve credit for saving my life." G«t Doan's tt AiySton, SOc a B« DOAN'S VZSV FOSTEIUfflLBURN CO* BUFFALO* F°* y\ N. Y. ASK FOR AND GET THE HIGHEST QUALITY MACARONI Save the trademark signature of Paul F. Skinner from all packages and exchange free for Oneida Community Silverware. Write todajr for free 36-page recipe book and full information. SKINNER MFG. CO., OMAHA, U.S.A. IARGEST MACARONI FACTORY IN AMERICA Eyeiywheier You Go Eveiywhere They Know •faimuc 35 years Alabastine has been trie choice of house wives who take particuiar pride In the decoration of their homes. ?"or 35 years Alabastine has been sold everywhere by paint, hardware, drug, and general stores. It is known by dealers and users alike as the "tint beau tiful" for walls and ceilings. Alabastine is adry powder A that mixes perfectly in cold water. You can,apply it yourself or your local palfiter will do the work reasonably. Be sure that you get Alabastine brought on the job in properly labeled packages. Free Color Plans The best decorators advise the use Of stencils to produce contrasting wall and ceiling borders. Ordi narily, stencils cost from 50 cents to $3.00 each: but if you will write for the free Alabastine Packet," con taining hand colored proofs of 12 of the ray latest stencil effects, we #01 teQ how you can have your choice of these and 500 othen lien at practically no expense. WHt* today for this abioluUiy fit* dtcomtitig term*. Alabastine Co. SNtodbU GvaaJftapUs, Mid. "He Who Will and Does Work Will Not Want." As In the United States It la saM, that the Mennonites in Canada an very much oppressed, and have to sur fer from a great deal (on account of the War in Europe) and I have beta requested to write something about this, I will do so. I came with my parents A. D. 1874, ——————1 from Southern Rt» Does not sia to America, Fear South Dsfrpta. and Oppressions. A. D. 1967 I came —————J with my family here to Western Canada, here we have found a healthy climate the acre yields on an average more ancl wheat is better than in South Dakota. What concerns the Government, up to now we have had a good one, have been able to live according to our creed and have not been oppressed in any way, and I believe: All MennonJ.ts^ live according to thfr ftndamental be 1 liefs of the Mennonites and to God's word, as their guide, will agree with me. He, who, here in Canada, and does work, will not want. So much as an answer. Remain your friend, (Sgd.) DIEDRICH GOOSSEN. Very few farmers cultivate the habit of keeping careful accounts of their receipts and expenditures, showing at the end of the year a balance, eitl :r for or against. The farmer of Western Canada is no exception to this. It is felt if more careful book-keeping wera resorted to there that much better re sults would be ob tained and shawn. Statistical State ment Shows a Divi dend of 58% in 1915. There is the of the Cra* Farming /tt Crowfoot, Alberta. It has just issued a certified statement of Its operations for the years 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915. This Company has had for the past few years about 1300 acres in wheat and between 200 and 250 in oats. The total operating and general expenses for 1912, includ ing interest at 6% and depreciation at 15%, were $12,587, for 1913 $17,506, for 1914 $18,729, and for 1915, $29,804.43. Expense per acre of land in crop was $7.80 in 1912, $11.57 in 1913, $11.70 in 1914, and $17.87 in 19i5. Total re ceipts were $15,531 in 1912, $30,661 in 1913, $31,589.87 in 1914, and $62,520.26 In 1915. The percentage earned upon capital invested was 6%% in 1912P 30% in 1913, 23 1-3 in 1914, and 60% in 1915, in which year it paid a cash divi dend of 53%. T&e Company's statement shows that tfco average dates of finishing seeding mas April 20th the average date commenced- cutting was August 18th.—Advertisement. The clothing of a growing boy re fuses to grow with him. Ask anybody about it—Hanford's Balsam. AdT. Faith will move mountains today if backed up by hard work. To keep clean and healthy take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate liver, bowels and stomach.—Adv. A man thinks he is misunderstood because he doesn't know himself. To cool a burn apply Hanford's Bal sam. Adv. We never have much use for people who are smarter than we are. SAVED MINISTER'S LIFE. Rev. W. H. Warner, Route 2, Myers ville, Md., writes: My trouble was sciatica. My back was affected and took the form of lumbago. I also had neuralgia, cramps in my muscles, pressure or sharp pain on the top of my head, and nerv ous dizzy spells. I had other symp toms showing my Rev. W. H. Warner kidneys were at fault, so I took Dodd's Kidney Pills. They were the means of saving my life. On Feb. 16th, 19i6,1 write to say that undoubtedly your medltfne restored me to psrfect health. Dodd's Kidney Pills, 50c per box at your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Dodd's Dyspepsia Tab lets for indigestion have teen proved. 50c per box.—Adv. Patriotism always stands in with the government. Have Hanford's Balsam on hand for accidents. Adv. Women with the most cheek do the least blushing. FRECKLES Now la the Tim* to Get Sid of These Ugly Spots. There's no longer th* slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription othine—-double strength—Is guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply get an ounce of thine—-double strength—from your druggist, gnd apply a little of It night and morning and you should soon see that .even the worst freckles have begun to dltkppear, while the lighter ones have .finished entirely. It is seldom that more than one ounce Is needed to com pletely clear the skin and tain a beautiful Clear complexion. B® sure to a«k for the double strength •thine, as this Is sold under guarantee el money back If it fails to remove freckle*— Adv. A good conversationalist lets up 00 caslonalljr. ^SK 'F ?r^ THE wmw^^W COOK COUNTY NEWS-HERALD, GRAND MARAIS, MINN. AMONG EASTER LILIES 'A O Easter 1 full of healing, no longer dim with tears. Our eyes may glimpse the beauty of the eternal years-" O Day of Resurrection: what promises you hold I The joy of life immortal each flower doth enfold 1 CftOttHtter tff? lUttfB nf tff? Iinw tljnj groui toil tint tmtlrrr tot ttJ*jJ spttt: attli get if sag unto go«, tfiat $a\ nutoit in all Ijib Qlnrg uma not arrapii iik* one of Matthew ci. 28 lily is the Easter flower be cause it is the glorious bloom of Christ's country. It is abun dant on the hills of Nazareth, and in the later winter the regions over which he walked glowed and radiated with entrancing color, while the air was fragrant with perfume. The Hebrew word for the flower is shushan, shoshan or shoshannah, and though there is little doubt the word denotes some plant of the lily species, it is by no means certain what class it specially designates. In the Holy Land there are lilies that hold the purpling blue of eastern skies that glow with the blood-red fire of the desert's dusty sunset that have the pure white of spiritual appeal and the grace in curve and line that touch the senses like a strain of exquisite music. As we of the West know the lily, the more cultivated species are the white or Madonna lily, the tiger or tiger-spotted lily, and the golden lily. A white lily in art and heraldry sym bolizes purity, and in the pictures of the Annunciation is often placed in the hands of the Angel Gabriel. "Lilies choir the golden way to Paradise," says a medieval writer which, in the values of the present, is given in-the appreciation of a Canadian woman on first belioldipg the soul-stirring hloom of a Bermuda afield—"This is. simply heavenly!" ,/ It is very probable that the term lily as used in the Holy Land was general, not referring to any particular spe cies, but to a large class of flowers growing in Palestine, and resembling t&e lily, as the tulip, iris, gladiolus and the like. Thompson, for instance, in his "Land of the Book," describes a magnificent ii-M? which he calls the Hulch lily, a view of which gives sa lient point to the passage: "Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these." "This Huleh lily," says the writer, "la very large, and three: of the inner petals meet above a#4 form a gor geous, canopy such as art never ftp* •*••:-is '^A'fc Helen Elizabeth Coolidge. proached and the king never sat under even in his utmost glory. When I met this incomparable flower in all its loveliness, among the oak woods 'around the north base of Tabor and on the hills of Nazareth where our Lord spent his youth, I felt assured that it was to this he referred." That the lily must have been a con spicuous plant along the shores of the Lake of Gennesaret is indicated in Matthew, 6:28 "consider the lilies of the field, how they grow," and Luke 12:27, which bears the same admoni tion. It flourished in the broad, deep valleys of Palestine. The Song of Soqgs tells: "I am the rose of Sharon and the lily of the valley," and also among the thorny shrubs, for the same book has it, "As the lily among the thorns, so is my love among the daughters and among the pastures of the desert, as is shown by this pas sage from the inspiration of Solomon: "My beloved is mine, and I am his he feedeth among the lilies." In many other passages of the Bible the flower is mentioned. And that the lily must have been remarkable for its rapid and luxuriant growth is evidenced in Hosea 14:5, "I will be as the dew unto Israel he shall grow as the lily and cast forth his roots as Lebanon." And that the flower was brilliant in color is indi cated in Matthew, where it has fa miliar comparison with the gorgeous robes of Solomon. And that the col ors of the royal investiture were pur ple and scarlet is also implied in the Songs of Songs. There were, many species of fila ceous blossoms in Palestine, some ex ceedingly gorgeous in color and some exceedingly fragrant. It is Dr. Isaac Hall who noted the late winter carpet ing of Christ's way by this widespread color and entrancing fragrance. "Most conspicuous, perhaps, are the. great red and blue flowers of the order Ranunculaceae, where the anemone and the ranunculus grow together,'1 says he. "They are not small th'ngs, like our buttercups, but great wide flowers of two inches or more in di ameter, carpeting the ground with patches as gorgeous as masses of our brilliant verbenas. They grow every where and, like the other herbs, are glorious one day and the next day literally cast into the oven to bake the peasant's bread." Easter Sermon. Love your enemies. Understand them. See their burdens, their be wilderment, their perjftdxities, their obstacles and handicaps and thwart iegs. Let the Christ of you strike with pity upon the locked gates of .&e]L vaults of their ignorance, and. Mttvab' Lazarus, come forth! to thei siscftiBCc souls of them within. Let the Moses in you, the Pioneer, thedDsneilnClieaAskif venturer, the All-BelieeieithBttltaestlMR love upon the rock aftithe'r hardness and asperity let him will that-living water, kindness, sbafl'^m^orcfljHSTys talline, sparkMUffc 7^^ to shall it be.—tfctuCOt National bank -Mi, Pa., near here,-, of |16 escaped In an automobile. Kit Contents 15 Fluid Drachma •EH® AVCOHQL^^ERCENT, AVc^iibiC?^Sifcalionfi)^A«* 1 FA VIW Promotes Digesfi6n,Cheerful nessand Pe. t.Containsncith€r Opiiim.Morphine nor MiiicsaL NOT NAiicoTic. PITCHER Unltrgrtut Fla vor A peritcfRemedy forConsfifWh tion.Sbiir Stomach. Diarrhoea, Worms, Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP* FAC-Simile Signature Of THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW* YORK. Al umontljj, old CKNTS Bxmct Copy of Wrapper It takes a silly woman to make a fool of a smart man. CLAIMS THAT SWAMP-ROOT SAVED HER LIFE About nine years ago had Rheuma tism so bad tlTat I was in bed for six weeks. I was not able to raise my head to take a drink of water. I was unable to move my hands or feet, and my back would hurt me so that words could not tell what 11suffered. I saw Dr. Kilmer & Company's advertisement of Swamp Root and I decided to try it and com menced to improve with the first bottle. I continued on with the use of Swamp Root until I was restored to good health. I am now 67 years of age and I do my own house work for four in the family also I do my own washing. I have not been troubled with the Rheumatism for the last eight years. I cheerfully rec ommend Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root to others as I believe it saved my life. Very truly yours, MRS. EMMA A. BOGGS, 1000 N. 9th St., Independence, Kansas. State of Kansas, County ot Montgomery Before me, C..L. Jukes, a Notary Pub lic in and for said County and State, per sonally appeared Emma A. Boggs, to me known to be the identical person who ex scuted the within and foregoing instru ment of writing, and acknowledged to me that she executed the same as her free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein set forth. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my Band and affixed my Notarial Seal the day and year above mentioned. Prove C. L. JUKES, Notary Public. What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bmghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot tle. It Will convince anyone. You will ilso receive a booklet of valuable infor mation, telling about the kidneys and blad Jer. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for sale at all drug itores.—Adv. A successful fool doesn't realize that he Is one. New Strength for Lame Backs and Worn-out Conditions Dear Mr. Editor: I suffered from lame back and a tired, worn-out feeling. Was unable to stand erect and scarcely able to get around. It would usually come on at first with crick in small of my back. I took Anuric Tablets and my back commenced to get better. I did not have to walk doubled over as I did before using the "Anuric." It is the best remedy I have ever taken for what it is intended to relieve. A. G. DRAKE. NOTE:—When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, you suffer from backache, sick-headache, dizzy spells, or the twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism and gout. 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