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at a function or reception— But oh! what they missed in their lack of all conception of a food so good as Uneeda Biscuit The Soda Cracker that makes our days the best of days. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY BEFOUL YOU BUY LAND GET POSTED ON ITS VALUE INVESTIGATE before you bui Teiaa land. \\ .■ cut >on .i full report on any piece of land or any ilrm of land dealers In Texas. Be mire toaai oar report before buylUK —It may save you ninny dollars. It's Free and ix-rfeetly ..in.i.i. We are publishers, not land dealers. We pub nab the Southwestern Farmer, the Itlß Texas 'arm |iat>er that prints detailed reports about all kind deals, valuable information riTai'dinu crops of all Kinds, live stock, p<>iil try, anttall niitttfi- pertalniiiK to mliihilii' and , ,s~fi ; | farming: in the (real Southwest. Seiul us 2Se. for a six iiKinitis' subirrlpt ion and we will furnish you an accurate report on any tract of land or any land dealer. Addresw. kIMIOII I.ANU INFORMATION MlilKAl , SOU III WESTERN FARMER, HOUSTON. TEXAS, YOU have a Right to INDEPENDENCE If yon lui\e an honest .t<-,itc lo «-s. aj«- salar h-.1.1i.uL-.-h. 1 . an ,.. .,.i you how to nain Miami..! lmlf-|«Hl«tce-how •.. -. ..,, a I«i--iih ■■ . I ,■ . i own. x.ri HWotbm hate mi. cental ....I air read] '. hcli>- foi .. .., ..II -I, ihrni Let Me Send You. NOW, tin- Mot) ..f this ne« i ..-,■.. ■ with con . , , »incing iA. I- an.l FIGURES. Writr ► •■:. i. i i. . .i.i- on ;: . Collection I-...,,.,.. American Collection Service, dctroitPmTch. BE AN ILLUSTRATOR— L. am to Draw. I We mil leach y..u l.y mail si 11001. ll|. ||. | | sIIUMON. I how !<■ Ur»w for j t>m.-r Mi. IMI llakMt A,,., I ,": I-.;. 1 .';;:. » " ■' jH^^k^^^^^^k. lUKi' I' I !-■ i,.l lur i..1;.)..|- b ' i- . ■ ■.. .1 .! ,11 ij ti hint: V <-••. lii il,, »< ,i,! . ;i., . .t i ..,.,,,. I i;i > V\UI l»\\ I*. It, pi. |«, 4 1114 M.o. II I 1 won 11,. World 1 . Pint Prlzo In Penmanship. t\Li • I Hy in iir»«)sifm lean M ako an «-x|.,<rt in n \Vr— • "'J man i.| you bymult. lu)M)t«'ueU llnok.K<-ei>liiK Vr*" A •.mi ■•' ..rll.iiii.l. Am placing my tttiiilt'iitHuH In vW^I Btru. tiirKliiii.min.ri l.ileoll.nH. If you »lwli .■■'* J t4> U«-omi>u l.i-tti'r Hill, Hi «i id- in. i. I HI /^BM> A •.lid you H:i I oih, of my Favorite Pont ' jlmm anil ii i-o|.yi -o|.y or tin; Kniixoiiirriun Jotiruul Write t.'.laT c »>. UANhOJI. 8»7 Itll.lAMl IlllMi., kIVWIIII 80. Mount Beautiful Birds We can teach v«>n by mall io mount an.l ttud Birds. Animal*. <..,,.. Heads, Fishes. Tan Skins, «tc. |ust »1...t rvnv vpurisn.-.n au.l hiiDlci '■" * Uuickly, ■•!.; ii, mm, t.,.i, tig profits, rrmm- Nrw'catalotramlTu'k ........ /.*//. . -. FIM l.rmy M.>- ..,:... Writ. l D d«y. hoithwesteia School el JuidefDif . 4081 I UowlBIJ, , om*ta. Nrb. Cuts as Clean as a Pair of Shears The cutting action of the "ENTERPRISE" Chopper is posi tive. Nothing gets past the four sharp blades of steel, which revolve against the inside surface of the perforated steel plate, without being actually cut. "Enterprise" meat and Chopper food UlOppCr The ordinary cheap food chopper iii.i- and I. ni(|^2 V — the "ENTERPRISE" M.-.i: mul l'uo.l Chopper No. cult a-, clean as a . W BL^_. Prica pair uf shears, it 7R M...1.- In 45 M"i^Hl HeY * and styles for hand, »K>aV s^F^\ Ma in steam and rl,-,i<i.'| ■■ lISS'-I i".".. i. N.,. s. mmku^H L^^^^sH i|!T" ran, . .... $1.75. > M|. ■12.50 No. in. liir^i family »^ .^EMk, M she. 12.50. ff"*9D ■ shf.l2.So. MWI f Sold by all dealer* 9^ ll^L ■ "Tin- t .• r p rising H Housekeeper," a bonk vi ■ 200 il l i|»-s sent to anyone Bk _^^k, (or 4 i nts in -.tamps. ■■^^V The fmiiPßisi Mfg. Co. ■> P*. ~f Din 15. Phiuouphi*. Pi. 4bw SHOFMAKER S Dfllll TDV '■>»l|i»- ■ -III.) -HI.! II I. -. »,,,',.'!„', 11l «$v Best Birds, Best Eggs, >^,^ Lowest Prices ;\'', ,';•;'':'■. *» J. W. MILLER CO.. Box .'II FREEHOKi. ILL. TOY'S BIG ROOK, MONEY IN POULTRY fe^^f And Stiuah* lills how to 111 ' 111 - lll^fr^3(| ami prow lilk. 1 >•■-• ni«-s l.v; t -t i>un' mil r<niiii i .ii in in tin- world uiiil fix <- a vii .a ■naMufuMifVtl Infunnßttuii about poultry. VflC-» I t.iM ■t|i ;i i- on low !•::■■ un ul .il. ■!' .mil i 1... ,1.1" Malta! L.i i. f. fix, lll tl.tllMlilM.hl.l Where the Writing Man Comes 1 i WANTED" is a pretty common sign, even tont Like nearly all familiar things, most of us pass it I without thinking o£ it A writing man, like liara L. Cullen, whose business it :s to think about terpret familiar things, comes along and shov hundred interesting memories, keen ;ns:i. H nature, romance, humor, in this even-day sign. r "PH E Teal writing man is a mighty important factor :n this world, v he be a reporter or a novelist, and a painfu:iy bard working ». We depend upon him for everything we know, outside of our ow: circle of activities, and sometimes he shows us we really don I meaning of what is most familiar to us. We dtt • man, not only for v.hat we know, but for our amusement aad ment as well. '"PAKE this "Boy Wanted" narrative in our next Si\day Ma Cullen shows us what it really means. He looks inside. * significance, and sets it forth in his own dehghtm!. breezy.*. el:» • without permitting a single giaia of humor to escape, tx. epi supply yourself. You'll be grateful for h-.s remnisceace, because it i h«)ke full of the spirit of youth, even if you nt\ er h^j. i • have bet the kind of boy he was. If you were, you are going to have a time reading "Boy Wanted." A. FRASKR -is a real writer and a real stt nrteßn as well, aad is one of the finest gifts ever bestowed upoa .1 man to I h\iman race. In oi:r next Sinpay Magazine. Mr. Piaatf has the hr series of short stories, each complete in itself but fWimi te<i wi:h t: tral characters, which would make a ..:•.:.. him eve hail not already won one. '■pn X scene is laid in the m v. Cob h ::.m:ng country, and the \ su kgroofl local color it is usually . 1 • : ; . stones that made his fame. Th .. • over people in mining camp stories. They are new and rea trei strong, hke all elemental people, working their way in .: primeval > * And they have real plots, absorbing m their freshness, the.r great ' #* their tremendous dramatic strength. rTMIKr TMIK moving character is Red Meekms. .n\d you know the wVTSt in the introductory . ' 4 Wik3 Oats. ' Maybe yo« will bt disappointed in him at first, but ..:ter all what he do ..ight \ high finance m a truly refined and nviliztil 1 1 mmimifj Above all strong man. intensely human, with the vkea that are largely a his environment. You are going u> devek ;. . tn awnilouj adanru this man. it you read the stories, .md there in | :oubt th.»r you *& re.t»l every Hne ti 3 i>u sr..rt » iit> ol th» m. P ITING A STB ON FOR FAVYY " is a Shorty McCabe s is just pure fun. It revolves about a costnme ball give friemls ailed it a** Looey Cans" afibur. You'll laugh trom to end, ami that's all you are expected to »U>. h doesn'i ent sibiUtA a 1 all. PAIRS begin to grow'so tense in "A Son 01 the Immortals." v.he the young King finds out that Joan has gone away and summons t family in council, that you are sure something is i^omg to snap. J'HE TRIUMPH OF DEBORAH* is one of Max Marcin's ir.ovfoT stories of Jewish life in New York; not so good as some of the others perhaps, but mighty fine for all that, because it gives a clear idea 01 hoj strong is the family relation among those people.