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Steel . Furnace is tLe solution of all tke Keating and ventila ting probl ems that have vexed and worried you so this last-winter. Get Busy on while the recollection is fresh in your mind, and while you know just what discomfort you want to end. If your dealer doesn't handle write for illustrated Haynei-Langenberg Fill Out TMm Coupon mnti M mit It Tod my I Hayaet-Langenberg Mfg. Co., 4052 Forest Park Bird., St. Louis Pleaae send me, at once, your latest catalogue and literature Name Street No City, B.F.D. No State Scenes of Prosperity Are Common in The thousands of U. S. farmers who have accepted Canada's generous offer to settle on homesteads or buy farm land in her provinces have been well repaid by bountiful crops of wheat and other grains. Where you can buy good farm land at $15 to $30 per acre get $2 a bushel for wheat and raise 20 to 45 bushels to the acre you are bound to make money that's what you can do in Western Canada. In the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta you can get a HOMESTEAD OF 160 ACRES FREE and other land at very low prices. During many years Canadian wheat fields have averaged 20 bushels to the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful crops also of Oats, Barley, and Flax. Mixed Farming is as profitable an industry as gram raising. Good schools, churches; markets convenient, climate excellent. Writefor literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Sup-, cf Immigration, Ottawa, Can., or to J. M. MacLACHLAN 215 Traction-Terminal Bldg Indianapolis Ind. Canadian Government Agent The Real Article. "I'm a very busy man, sir. What is your proposition?" "I want to make you rich." "Just so. Leave your recipe with rae and I'll looc it over later. Just now I'm engaged in closing up a little deal by which I expect to make $3.50 In real money." Brooklyn Citizen. Grove s Tasteless chill Tonic restoro3 vitality and energy by purifying and en riching tho blood. Yon can soon feel Us Strength ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 6Cc. Britain normally imports 650 tons of ivory yearly. Influenza and kiiidred diseases start with a cold. Don't trifle with it. At the first shiver or sneeze, take CASCARAE? QUININE Standard cold remedy for 20 yeart in tablet form safe, sure, no opiatea breaks up a cold in 24 hour relieves grip in 3 days. Money back if It fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At AU Drug Stores. There's Magic, in Red Cross Ball Blue A hundred years ago, the magic, dazzling "whiteness it gives to tho coarsest as well as most delicate fabrics would have caused its user to bo hailed as a witch. To-day sho is tho envy of her neighbors, at much less labor to herself. Makes clothes beautiful Buy it try it and you'll stick to it. Af all good fjrocsrs 5 Cents Almost Free! Reliable Representative Wanted with Ford car to soil pnaranteed power transmitter tn farmers In this county. Converts any Ford Into an 8 norso power work engine in la minutes ror 137.60. County rights- 111 earn 12.000 a year for the riht man. ANOUKW MOTOH CO., Mllwaukno.Wls. MAXGAXKSE IlETTEK THAN CiOLD-Prof-Its creaujr than oil. load, xlnc or copper. Want2Ü0 ScMjpie to join us on crouna noor in a jiangancsu lining Company, now bolnc organized, that oilers an Investor Cue .6 annual profits. You'll have to hurry to pot In on this Wrlto for folder "Mano-uutt. MANGAN KHU OHH CO., Kansa City, Missouri . - ... i r PATENTS Watson K. Coleman, PxUnt Lawyer.WRshlnfcton, 13. C. Advice and books free. HUtasrwuonablt. IllghsirefrncM. BtwturrlcMu X O A f ge8 the bone In your hand: 10c, 3 n A T for 26c Brandt, JLoadonviU, Ö. it NOW! A HegRN5 Steel Fur. nace supplies fresh air prop erly warmed and humidified, at the lowest cost and least trouble. the FRONT RANK, literature. Mfg. Co. 4052 Forest Park Blrri ST. LOUIS. MO. Western Canada Night Photographs From Airplane. An Italian invention which permits photographs being taken at night has been submitted to the signal corps of the United States army. According to the men who control the new device, it will soon be possible to take excel lent pictures of enemy positions from airplanes flying at a low height on moonlight nights. It is also claimed that the invention can be fitted to mo tion picture cameras, which would per mit the photographing for the screen of much of the fighting in the air, the greater part of which takes place in the early morning hours. Up to the present time the chief obstacle met by the daylight aerial photographers is that the anti-aircraft guns force the flyers to take pictures from a great height, and much of the detail of the enemy lines is therefore lost. It is held that flyers are in little danger from artillery when flying at night. Aviation. WHY WOMEN DREAD OLD AGE Don't worry about old age. Don't worry about being in other people's way when you are getting on in years. Keep your body in good condition and you can be as hale and hearty in your old days as you were when a kid, and every one will be an( tn see vou. The kidneys and bladder are the causes of senile afflictions. Keep them clean and in proper working condition. Drive the poisonous wastes from the system and avoid uric acid accumulations. Take GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules periodical ly and you will find that the system will always be in perfect working order. Your spirits will be enlivened, your muscles made strong and your face have once more the look of youth and health. New life, fresh strength and health will come as you continue this treatment. When your first vigor has been restored continue for awhile taking a capsule or two each day. They will keep you in condition and prevent a" return of your troubles. There is onlv one guaranteed brand of Haarlem Oil 'Capsules, GOLD MEDAL. There are many lakes on the market. Be sure you pet the Original GOLD MEDAL Imported Haarlem Oil Capsules. They are the only reliable. For sale by all first-class druggists. Adv. They Don't Feel Friendly. 4 The idea of those Germans seems to be to kill as many advancing Amer icans as thev can and then shout 'Kninerad.' " "Does the plan work?" "Not always. After one or two ex periences of that sort is it any wonder that tho Americans seem to a filleted with incurable deafness?" Binning ham Ace-Herald. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Sienature of , olbUULUlt UA In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria PnrsI before the war had E2,0O0 Gorman waiters in restaurants. When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Eye Remedy No Smarting--Just Kye Comfort. 00 cents at DrusTKists or xnalL Write for Free Kye Book. MUKIXE KYE REMEDY CO.. CHICAGO SLIP-OVER Device Worn With Choice of Silk' or Satin Skirt. Collarless Garment, Regardless of Be comingness, Promises to Continue Popular During Season. The blouse shown in the sketch is one of the very smart little panel ef fects being developed in great num bers for the season. This blouse is a slipover. The neck is sufficiently wide to make it possible to slip the blouse very easily over the head, and it is held In at the waist by a narrow elas tic band, which is in turn concealed by the ribbon belt run through openings in the panel, back and front. This is very smart as a suit blouse, or it may be worn with one of the lovely silk or satin skirts, the two forming a very satisfactory afternoon dress for Infor mal occasions. If women come to realize that the blouse which comes well below the waistline Is unquestionably the smart est and most becoming, except for dls tinctly sport wear, the separate blouse will come into wider use. The model sketched, as originally designed, was made of navy georgette, Panel Blouse of Georgette. with beading in navy and red, the large beads used to outline the panel, neck and wrist being in a vivid. red. The ribbon belt may be of navy faille or black velvet. A red belt would be striking, but not advisable, as sharply dividing the figure at the waistline is not becoming to the average figure. The collarless blouse will almost un questionably continue to be the most popular selection during the season, although a large number of blouses are being shown with moderately high collars. Regardless of becomingness, the collarless blouse is certainly more comfortable, and in these busy days that is a very important consideration. EASY TO MAKE A LAMPSHADE Throw a Square Material in Studied Carelessness Over Lined Wire Frame and Start Is Made, One of the simplest and at the same time most effective lampshades is made by throwing a square material in studied carelessness over a lined wire frame. For the floor lamp this is especially artistic. The frame should be lined with silk, either plain or shirred on, exactly as if it were to be covered with shirred silk or plain panels in the approved iampshade manner of the moment. After that a square of handsome silk, brocade, Jap anese embroidery or anything suffi ciently valuable to suggest that it re main uncut is thrown over the shade so that the points fall evenly. Heavy fringe may weight the edge, or tassels at the corners will perform the same office. A small hole in the center may have to be wrorked through the mate rial so nat the tip of the electric fixture which holds the shade may work through. The silk could be tacked very lightly here and there to the lined frame to keep it from slip ping out of place. AID IN CLOTH CONSERVATION Government Suggests Invoice on Ail Garments on Hand to Help Save Wool and Cotton. Now the attic has been declared a military asset and joins the pantry in extending the present store to its greatest possible usefulness. Remodeling, now almost a lost art in the home, has sprung to life every where to relieve the cloth situation, which, by another year, is bound to be felt. That's why we are urged to use every garment until it wears out and then re-use the best parts of it. The woman who does this is doing a pa triotic service for her country when she happily and intelligently makes every yard of goods go to its utter most We will have money enough to buy new materials, of course, but that Is not the question in hand. Our spin ners and weavers are overseas, new hands must be trained before Knills can run at lull capacity; when we think of the army's need for wool in clothing, and even in the propelline and explosive charges of big guns, we abhor the thought of wasting one precious inch. Cotton cannot take the placu of wool In the field of battle, but BLOUSE it has its place in the hospitals that needs no explanation to the woman- hood of America. How gladly she I cares for her present supply of mus- linS, that looms may turn out gauze for her soldiers rather than, for her home. Linens and silks have taken to the air in the form of airplanes and war balloons. They have gone wTith our blessing, the Marthas of this genera tion will find a way to do without them for "the duration." Leather, too, Is needed. Resole the shoes, wear pumps and gaiters, that you may not take an undue share of labor and material from necessary war work. The short coat, the narrow skirt and the conservative styles of dress show an earnest thought on tne pare ol manufacturer and designer, but the real saving will be noted when a clever woman presses the last season's gar ment and freshens it up by a bit of bright plaid for Mary's winter school dress. The government suggests that you invoice on all garments on hand to aid in cloth conservation. The lists are headed: 1. Garments it will be necessary to replace. 2. Garments that will last another season. A few suggestions for renovating garments take on a dignified air since they are patriotic rather than parsi monious. LATE FABRIC FOR LINGERIE Voile Has Gained Place of Favor- and Has an Advantage Over Satin and Silk. Voile is a fairly new fabric for lin gerie, but it has already, in the few months that it has been used for un dergarments, gained prestige. To be sure, voile lingerie ten or twelve years ago would have seemed absurdly unpractical. Voile was too thin, we would have said, too fragile for the hard wear that lingerie must have. But those statements would have been made in the days before lingerie had had a chance to show its good points. And they would have been A been made, too, in the days before we used fur and chiffon, tulle and satin for lingerie. Nowadays, of course, satin is considered one of the most durable of fabrics one is tempted to say un dermuslins -in the good old-fashioned way, but undermuslins are now only a part of the matter, for most of them are made of silk and satin and crepe. Voile has one advantage over satin and silk in the minds of some women, at least for underwear. They cling to a liking for a regular tubbing fabric for underwear. It matters not to them that satin can be washed in soap and water and ironed-; satin does not seem so fresh and clean as cotton of some sort. So to them voile is a welcome addition to the fabrics from which un derwear is made. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Very lovely is a frock of taffeta and velvet combination, trimmed with silk? fringe, the sleeves of which are elbow length and cut kimono fashion in one with the bodice. In millinery the color combination of French blue and black is exceed ingly popular, and to a less degree is noted seal brown and henna the color formerly known as terra cotta. Frocks of panne velvet trimmed with silk braid are very smart; in fact, velvet frocks, both plain and trimmed in many ways, are a delight fully attractive mode of the moment. SUIT WITH JACKET EFFECT 1 ZA .MVA V This chic suit is of navy velours de laine, with collar and facings of tan. A broad girdle, loosely tied at the back, adds a new touch to the likewise new jacket with flare and peplum. 5f AKV-' Xv:v.,S' 1R2? VA Anatomical Persiflage (Wow) I As the unfortunate man was strug gling against a recent 40-mile-an-hour breeze, having troubles of his own, he was not aware that individual portions 0f his bodily getup had learned that nolitics had reconvened. So he didn't hear this : "Snv, ain't this wind raw?" telephon- ed the chap's legs to his mental as change. "It makes us tired." . "Tired?" exclaimed a tonsil, who was listen tm? in on the line. "Tired's no name for it. It makes me sore Catarrh Cannot Be Cured bv LOCAL APPLJCATIONS, as they rammt rnh the seat of the disease. rtp-rVi ft local disease, greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will cure catarrh. Tf la tnifn fntnrnftllv and acts through tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE 1a Pnmnnsod nf some Of the DCSt tOMCS known, combined with some of the best binnrt nnriflr. Thft nerfect combination medicine is what produces such won- of the Ingredients in hALbö uAiAnivn Vv r . - - - . nimi nriTT derful results in catarrhal conditions. Druggists 75c Testimonial iree. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. Important Discovery. Uncle Abnor I see in the papers that a new kind of patent medicine has jest been put on the market that will cure everything. Aunt Rachel Well! And both of Jed Larkln's boys Is goln' to medical enlWo. It seems that when lots of folks go to flttin' theirselves for a pro fession something happens to make that profession unprofitable. You May Try Cuticura Free Send today for free samples of Cuti cura onp and Ointment and learn how quickly they relieve Itching, skin and scalp troubles. For free samples, address, "Cuticura, Dept. X, Boston." At druggists and by mall. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv. The mistake some young leiiows make is In thinking the wild boys a magazine poem nmr nouuiiy can uu have more fun than the decent ones, derstand ; then he is made. THE QUICK WAY When medicine most soothing VM"o r Druggists everywhere are authorized EXPECTORANT is not found) the very chltis. Croup, Whooping Cough or should not have it order direct of Ft. J. you have a severe, stubborn cough or cold, you need the best possibly you can get. Why not, therefore, get one which is guaranteed th nnfl saliqfactorv remedv ever usea, or get your money u.icivt honey or sugar syrup, 50 cents wortn manes oh- leaspoonsim. u.w. no chloroform, opium, morphine or any other narcotic, and is unlike any other cough, noAin; Tf. ; co nWqrmt to take that children are fond of it. In case druggist Acid-Stomach Victims Sickly, Weak, Unfit, Depressed Maybe you have an acld-stomacn and don't know ltl There are millions of such people weak, ailing, tired, worn out and "all in" before the day is half gone listless and indifferent to their sur roundings often with aches and pains all over the body woefully lacking in phvslcal power and mental vigor' pale, emnciated Just dragging out a weary existence. Nine out of every ten of these people are unconscious victims of acid-stomach. Thousands upon thousands of people who are subject to attacks of Indigestion and biliousness; who are nervous, mel ancholy, mentally depressed; who suffer from rheumatism, lumbago or sciatica yes, even many of those who have catarrh, ulcer or cancer of the stomach if the trouble is traced to Its source, it will often be found to be just acid-stomach. For these are only some of the ail ments that are caused by what the doc tors calL superacldlty, which is another name for sour or acid-stomach. What you want to know above all else Is how to quickly rid yourself of ex cess acid. A wonderful modern remedy called EATONIG literally wipes it out. It does the work easily, speedily and naturally. It makes the stomach pure, sweet, cool and comfortable. It helps you get full strength out of every mouth ful of good you eat: and unless you DO get full strength from your food you cannot enjoy robust, vigorous health. Doubling Up on Him. 'Hey! Come down, there yer pinched ! Who d'ye think you are, any how? Barney Oldfield?" "No, sir," replied the frightened mo torist, "but I was" "Yes, I know. You was makin' 52 miles an hour. What d'ye mean?" "Well, sir, I was arrested back there about two miles by that officer just going over the hill on that motorcycle. He said 'Follow me, and hurry up,' and that's what I was doing when you got me." Kansas City Star. Good Hearted. "He is very generous ; he is always j giving away cigars." "Yes; he seems to have a tobacco heart." When Baby Is Teethlnc GROVB'S BABY BOWBL MEDICINE will correct the Stomach and Bowel troubles. Perfectly harm less. See directions on tho bottle. Pennsylvania workers last year lost $16,500,000 through illness. When Children are Sickly TBADS 24 ARK m m. V They are pleasant to take and a certain relief. They act on the Stomach, liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders. 10,000 testimonials from mothers and friends of little ones telling of relief. No mother should be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for nso when needed. Ask to-day. The need of them often comes at inconvenient hours. Umetl by Mother for over thirty years. Do Nt Accept Any Soisütitc fsr M0TIER GRAY'S SWEET P0WDE1S. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Sample sent FREE. Address MOTHER GRAY Had to Give Up Work Mr. McMurray Was In Bad Way I Until He Used Doan's They I ; Brought a Quick Cure. T TT -M-TlTt-t-g- JSt W TTiXL-nT-B- St.. Chicago Heights, 111., says: "I was al ways a strong man untu was lascu with kidney trouble. I -worked manv rears as a blacksmith and this work brought the trouble on. When I stooped over there was a grinding pain in rny back and I couldn't straighten up for four or five minutes. Sonic times it took me half an hour to put on my shoes. I got so bad. I had to lay off work for days at a time. Often I i would have to get up a Ij nr. Hcnrray pasa the Sidney gene- ' tions, and they burned like fire. My i feet swelled, and at. times they burned ; so that it seemed I was standing on a . hot itove. I had spells of gasping for breath and dizzy spells, too, . and my health failed rapidly. 1 was told that mv working days were omt, ; but Doan's Kidney PtlJs were brought , to by attention and before I had used , one box, I began to feel relieved. I kept on and by the time I had wea ten boxes, I was absolutely cured. All pains left my back and other symp toms of kidney trouble disappeared and I felt as well and strong as ever." "Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of July 7917 " DAVID H. SHAPIRO, Notary Public. Get Doan's at Amy S 0caBx I DOAN'S KIDNEY I P ILLS I FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. I A Realizing Sense. "You made the old placo produc this year." "You bet I did," replied Farmer Torn tossel. "There's millions of young fel lows over in France with appetites Jest like my boy' Josh's." rue poei is uuni-umwe nw- vnw TO STOP A COUGH - tit r Rjt a KfKllO to refund money tf SCHIFFMANN 3 best ever used for Coughs, Colds, Bron-' Hoarseness. When mixed at home with- Schiffmann, St. Paul. Minn. You cat to LIVE. Tour life depends on the strength you get from your roou. There is no other way. EATONIC is in pleasant-tustlng tab let form Just like a bit of candy. We urge you no matter what you have tried take Eatonlc just one week and find out for yourself how wonderfully im proved you will feel. Sec how quickly EATONIC banishes tho immediate ef fects of acid-stomach bloat, heartburn, belching, food-repeating, sour, gn&sy Btomach, indigestion, etc. See too, how quickly your general health Improves how much more you relish your food how much more easily it is digested how soundly you sleep how nervousness and irritability disappear. And all simply because by taking EATONIO you have rid your stomach of a lot of excess acid that has been holding you back and mak ing your life miserable. EATONIC Is absolutely harmless. It can be taken by the most delicate. Tens of thousands of people who have nsed It are enthusiastic In its praise. EATONIC Is absolutely guaranteed, so get a big 50c box from your druggist. If it does not help you your money will bo refunded. If your druggist does not keep EATONIC, send your name and address to the Eatonlc Remedy Company, 1018 cl. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111., and they wi'l at once mall you a GOc box and you can send them the money for it after you re ceive it. In Society. My husband moves among the best families here." "That so?" "Yes, he's the leading furniture mor er of the town." Kansas reports dealings in gasolin by "bootleggers" on Sundays. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets put an end tt rick and bilious headaches, coastipatlon, dlziU cess and indigestion. "Clean house." Adv. Many a man's nose blushes for th acts of his elbow. GUARANTEED " TO INSTANTLY RELIEVE ASTHMA OR MONEY REFUNDED A5K ANY DRUGGIST? j W. N. U.f Indianapolis, No. 47-1918. are Constipated, Feverish, Cry out in then: sleep, Taico cold easily, Have Headaches, Stomach or Bowel trouble, Try MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS for nun npriu CO., LE ROY, N. Y.