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>ld Hickory Smoked U Highest Quality ji Finest Flavor li sealed glass Jars at your grocer^^^^ THE MARTYR. .stfSp ■ jjjpll Polly—So Mrs. Highmere’s husband has developed bad habits. How did you hear about it? Dolly—Oh, Mrs. Highmere invited us all to an afternoon tea so she could tell us how she suffered in silence! Father Loses an Excuse. “Don’t you regret seeing your chil dren growing up to face the responsi bilities of the world?” “Yea,” Mr. Bliggins said; “it’s a lit tle disappointing to find my boy so big that he is no longer an excuse for my going to the circus.” SASKATOON needs you, if you are a hard-working farmer in any branch. Could you only see our agricnltiSfcd pros perity, ttothing would thereafter’keep you where you are. W'liat money have you saved the past seven years? In less time, with less work, farmers win fortunes here. Make the best of life. God meant you to. Write Commissioner, Board of Trade, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,Western Canada. An Artist. “You had to refuse the request of these men?” "Yes,’ replied Senator Sorghum. “Were they angry?” "Not at all. I showed so much grief at not being able to oblige them that they went away sympathiz ing with me.” Might Help. Mrs. Willis (at the Ladies' Aid so ciety)—Now. what can you do for the poor boys at the front? Mrs. Gillis —I was reading today where the soldiers are always mak ing sorties. Now, why can’t we get the recipes for those things and make them ourselves and send them to the boys ?—Puck. Eat for the Fun of It. According to Mr. Herbert W. Fisher in World's Work food is of no use to us unless we enjoy it Mr. Fisher does not, however, recommend us to be gluttons. He says the less we eat the more pleasure we shall get. The prin ciple is that if we eat little we shall taste much. And the taste of food, not the amount, is, after all, the lure of It. FREE 'A trial package of Munyon’s Paw Paw Pills will be sent free to anyone on re quest. Address Professor Munyon, 53d & Jefferson Sts.. Philadelphia, Pa. If you are in need of medical advice, do not fail io write Professor Munyon. Your communi cation will be treated in strict confidence, and your case will be diagnosed - care fully as though you had a personal inter view. Munyon’s Paw Paw Pills are unlike all other laxatives or cathartics They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods. They do not scour, they do not gripe, they do not weaken, but they do start all the secretions of the liver and stomach in a way that soon puts these organs in a healthy and corrects constipation. In my opinion constipation is responsible for most ail ments. There are 26 feet, of human bowels, which is really a sewer pipe. When this pipe becomes clogged the whole system becomes poisoned, caus ing biliousness, indigestion and impure blood, which often produce rheumatism and kidney ailments. No woman who suffers with eoustipation or any liver ailment can expect to have a clear complexion or enjoy good health. If I had my way I would prohibit the sale of nine-tenths of the cathartics that are now being sold for the reason that they soon destroy the lining of the stomach, setting up serious forms of Indigestion, and so paralyze the bowels that they re fuse to act unless forced by strong purgatives. Munyoil's Paw Paw Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken; they en rich the blood instead of impoverish it; they enable the stomach to get all the nourishment from food that is put into it. These pills contain no calomel, no dope; they are soothing, healing and stimulating. They school the bowels to act without physic. Regular sice bottle, containing 45 pills, 25 cents. Mmnyon’s Laboratory, 63d & i.efferson 'Sts.. Philadelphia. AUTOMATIC LEAD FOR HORSE Guides Animal in Moving Backward and Forward Alone and Does Away With Services of Boy. A device that will lead or back a horse automatically has been invented by a Colorado man anc will save the trouble and expense of having a boy to guide the animal under circum stances when it Is needed. The ad vanced method of transferring a load Automatic Horse Lead. of hay from wagon to barn, for in stance, is to have a huge fork working on a pulley above the door of the mow. The tackle that draws the fork up is attached to a horse and when the fork seizes a bundle of hay the horse is driven forward and the load raised. When the hay is dropped the horse is backed to lower the fork. Ordinarily this requires the services of a man or boy to lead the horse, but in the automatic leader the animal is hitched to an endless cable that moves between two uprights and keeps him always in a straight line. All that need be done with any well-brought up horse is to shout “Giddy-ap!” and “Back!” to him, as the case may be. USE WHEELBARROW AS SIEVE r*erforsted So That Gravel Can Be Vv ashed Free of Loam—Excellent Device in Mixing Concrete. A wheelbarrow that Is also a sieve has been devised for use in concrete construction work. To make a per fect mixture the gravel that is used :n concrete should be absolutely free from loam. The perforated wheelbar row provides a means of washing this gravel with the least extra trouble. The perforations in the barrow are r -“mu,.. jU, # Wheelbarrow a Sieve. small enough to prevent the gravel from escaping, and the load is trun dled to a hydrant equipped wPh a spray head. The water is turned on, and as it filters through the stones, it carries with it the dirt mingled with them. By spading up the gravel dur ing this washing process the water gets a chance to permeate through the entire load and purify it. The gravel is then wheeled to the concrete mixer and dumped in, with the assur ance that it is free of any matter that will spoil the building material. Alfalfa Cuttings Necessary. A remarkable thing about alfalfa Is its perennial youth. When one growth is removed, another one comes on immediately to take Its place, and so on continually as long as moisture and temperature conditions are favor able. But If tee first growth remains while the second one starts, then, evi dently, the second suffers, when the first and second growths are devel oping at the same time. At any rate, says a North Dakota substation re port, the alfalfa crop does not remain thrifty unless it Is cut at proper in ! tervals. If the first cutting is made i too late, then the new shoots of the ! second growth are cut off and the 'planfs are injured. Bale Your Hay This Year. Whether you sell your hay or feed it —it should be baled. There are so many advantages in baled hay—and so many disadvantages of handling loose hay that no progressive farmer can afford to dismiss the matter with out serious thought and caref ll figur ing. The man with a hay press is the man who gets 100 per cent, out of nis hay crop. Flies Thrive In Alfalfa. Prof. H. W. Howard of the Wash | ington state experiment station has ; discovered that the common house fly multiplies and thrives in the al i falfa fields. This discovery has | caused a great deal of Interest in the ; west, and investigations by scientists are now being made to ascertain just how the pest may be overcome. Good Roads. Bad roads rob the farm because city people who are used to good 1 streets dread the country mud and | dirt. The best argicultural country in ! the world is France, which has the I best roads. Laziness Expensive. The machinery men just naturally j love a laxy farmer who houses his binder in a fence corner and leaves his plow standing in the ground. Spilt Log Drag. The split log drag Is becoming pop alcr in the country towns and one can Invariably tell a town where it is in use. Clover Hay Worm. The clover hay worm is a serk**e pest in ir-tny parts of the eoantry. , ONE ASSOCIATION IS ENOUGH Senator Bankhead of Alabama Advo* cates Consolidation of All Good Roads Organizations. There are In the United States five national good roads organizations maintaining five sets of officers and five headquarters, and all of them are working fot the cause of good road3. If these organizations were combined in one strong and influential body that would be of vast influence and Im portance and would secure the atten tion of the United States congress and secure almost ary appropriation that they might request for the building of good roads. At the recent meeting of the fourth National Good Roads congress in Bir mingham, Senator John H. Bankhead of Alabama advocated and pushed the consolidation of these organizations. A strong resolution indorsing Senator Bankhead's proposition was unani mously passed and the following com mittee was appointed and authorized to call a meeting in Washington next December and try to get all of these organizations together. The commit tee consists of: Senator John H. Bankhead. Wash ington, chairman; J. A. Rountree, Birmingham, Ala., secretary-treasurer; Martin Dodge, Dodge Park, Md.; Tom L. Cannon, St. Louis; W. S. West, Val dosta, Ga.; Dr. F. H. Colcock, Colum bia, S. C.; Jene Whitson, Cookeville, Tenn. It is believed that this committee's efforts will be crowned with success and before another year has elapsed that there will be one great national good roads organization like the Na tional Rivers and Harbors association, which is all-powerful in securing gov ernment aid for the rivers of this country. ALFALFA LEAF WEEVIL PEST Insect Recently Discovered Threatens to Become Serious Menace to Farmers of West. The alfalfa leaf weevil is a recently discovered pest that threatens to be come as great a menace to the farmers of the west as the boll weevil is to the south. If some method is not do (1) Alfalfa Larvae Attacking a Sprig of Alfalfa, natural size; (2) Larvae, Much Enlarged; (3) Weevil Much Enlarged. vised soon to exterminate or control the insect, its ravages will extend over the entire agricultural section west of the 100th meridian. It is an imported pest, and supposed to come from Asia. With the coming of spring the beetles make their way forth from their hiding places and at tack the young growth of alfalfa as soon as there Is sufficient food for them. In ordinary seasons they may be expected to appear the latter part of March, and the egg-laying period usually lasts from early April until early July. Some Idea of the abundance of the eggs may be obtained from the fact that in one case a single plant has been found to contain 127,939 punc tures. As one puncture may contain anywhere from a few to over 30 eggs, probably ten or fifteen on the average, this single plant presumably con tained between 1,200 and 1,300 eggs a'; the time it was observed. Bygaii You can’t overwork the harrow. Melons requi - e a deep, rich soil. Sow a good i atch of carrots for tho horses. That weed right in the hill is your worst eneTty. Ice is an unknown luxury on alto gether too many farms. If the corn is put in with the plant er, it can be cultivated before the corn is up. Don’t cultivate the potatoes when out in bloom, or coming out, unless you want a lot of stunted little tubers. In this country the sum total of damage done by injurious insects is estimated at something more than one billion dollars. Borrowing tools and sending them home dull or rusty doesn't make the other fellow grin. Better save up and buy your own. On many farms a good system of underdrainage would double the crop producing capacity of the farm and overcome the off years. Corn for the silo should be planted in hills at the rate of two peck 6 to the acre; if sown In drills, sow three to four pecks to the acre. The most economical summer and fall green feed to supplement the pas tures is corn sown In drills at the rate of two bushels to the acre. Gardeners plant sweet corn be tween the rows of early peas, and after the summer cabbage and spin ach have been marketed. Dig deeply and thoroughly if early crops of flowers or vegetables are wanted. No matter what the texture of the soil, light or heavy, it is al ways improved by spading deeply. The late cabbage crop is usually planted on clover sod land after the first crop has been cut for hay. If freshly plowed corn is not har rowed soon after it is plowed, the moisture will evaporate very rapidly. On the Metropolitan tower one may note the flash of the sun on a hundred hotbeds, where fruits and vegetables are ripening for the tables of New Yorkers. Clover or clover and grass seed plowed down makes the best soil for early potatoes; the next best is corn STtmnu top-dressed with long manure in November and plowed under. oMARVELS / THE EARTH □ □□□□on CURIOUS, ODD cAND □□□□□□ I I INTERESTING OBJECTS cAND PLACES 1 I RIB NOW PART OF SKULL A wonderful case of bone grafting is reported from St. Louis, where George Williams, a patient, in the City hospital, has had part of one of his ribs grafted on to his skull. Wil liams met with an accident some time ago, and in order to save his life a portion of the parietal bone at the back of his skull was removed. The pressure of the scalp on the unpro tected membrane beneath It caused an Irritation of the brain cells, and Williams became subject to frequent paroxysms. There have been many cases of bone grafting, but heretofore these operations have been confined to taking a slice of bone from one part of the skull and putting it on an other. In Williams’ case this was Impossible, so large a portion of the skull had been removed. The visiting surgeon suggested that a rib would do. The patient’s sixth rib was re moved. A piece four inches long and an inch wide was cut from tho end of the rib and carefully fitted into the bole in the skull. The scalp was then sewed up over it. Williams has not had a paroxysm since the operation was performed. WOMAN HYPNOTIZES MANIAC Hypnotism enabled Mrs. Annie Windhorst, who lives on a farm near Ridgeway, 111., to subdue a maniac and land him in the Ridgeway jail. The maniac, supposed to be a fugi tive from some asylum, rushed into her house while she was preparing dinner, and said he had received in structions from the Almighty to kill her and her three young children. The madman seized the woman by the throat and, forcing her against .the wall, told her to get down on her knees and pray, adding that he; in tended to strangle her. ; Mrs. Windhorst, who far years lias been a student of hypnotism, looked the maniac in the eyes and diverted his attention. Then she told him to sit down in a chair near at hand. The madman obeyed and Mrs. Windhorst stepped outside and called across a field to a neighbor, who called several men, who in turn bound the maniac and took him to Ridgeway. ROMAN MILITARY STANDARD There has been on exhibition In London this summer what iS declared to be the only complete ancient Ro man military standard in existence and the oldest trophy of Britain. It bears the portrait of Nero, and as in his reign the ninth legion was de feated by Boadicea, in 62 A. D., the standard is associated with that event. It was dug up in the last century. Fir Tree Used as a House In the Pacific northwest, especially in the territory near Puget sound, the fir trees occasionally attain such proportions that the stumps after the trees have been cut down are hollowed out and made into temporary homes for the settlers. A roof of boards or shingles and holes for windows and doer are all that is needed to make the stump habitable. After the stump home has been vacated for a better residence it often is utilized as a stable or a chicken or hog house. SAVES OWN SON UNAWARES An unusual incident occurred re cently near Elizabeth, N. J. A little boy struggling madly In the waters of Staten Island Sound was seen by Thomas Payfte, an oysterman. Payne Is an excellent swimmer and a few strokes carried him to the lad. He swam back with him to the Elizabeth Yacht club. Two men relived him of the boy and they Btarted first aid treatment before Payne had climbed upon the dock. Then one of the by standers cried out; ‘‘Look, Tom! See who It Is.” Payne looked and saw his own nine-year-old son. BDD REASON FOR DIVORCE A somewhat elderly bridegroom of Wew York started a suit for separa tion from his bride of five weeks on the ground of wilful abandonment against his wishes. His wife says, in reply, that her aged husband Is a faddist, who insisted that she should accompany him on a barefoot walk oa the wet grass every morning. She In the Canadian Rockies This is a reproduction of a painting by G. Horne Russell, a well-known British landscape painter, who has spent several months in the Canadian Rockies and a series of whose mountain paintings is now hung in the Festival of Empire exhibit at the Crystal palace, London, England. The picture shows Yellow-Head mountain, at the entrance to Yellow-Head pass, on the line of Canada’s new transcontinental railway. ODD NAMES AT BRITISH BAR Many sections of the British empire were represented at the examinations of law students of the Inns of Court, held recently at Lincoln’s Inn hall, London. It would seem strange in a Canadian court, to hear Sheikh Ghu lam Ahmad or Robindra Nath Baner jee or Mohammed Sultan Ahmad Bil grami or Kulfant Rai Dhanda address ing the court on a point of law. Yet these men passed in class 2 of Roman law at Lincoln’s inn. In class 3 these names appeared among a group that looked like the calling list of a ma harajah: Wazir Hasan Akbari, Syed Wahid Alam, Maiji Nath Badhwar, Sajani Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, Su reshnath Banerji, Asoke Mohon Basu, Ba Tin, Abinash Chandra Bera, Sris Chunder, Bose, Kailas Nath Chak, Ranbir Chand Jitendra Mohan Chat terjl and Hanwant Bir Singh and Chhachhi, Jamna Das, Saiyid Ghulam Dastgir and Nirmal Chandra Datta. These passed in constitutional law and legal history: Heng Kok Khoo. Kottapalli Subba Reddi, Placido Mac lean Adeyemo Assumpcao, Nripendra Nath Basu. Mahomed Eusoof, Manin dra Nath Mitra, Murari Prasad, Aso took two early barefoot walks, just to be agreeable, but the experience cooled her enthusiasm, and she finally declined to repeat it. The bridegroom insisted that it was good for her health, but she stood firm, and then they quarreled. SHOEING OXEN IN PALESTINE In Palestine they have a unique method of shoeing oxen and cows for ploughing and threshing. A piece of sheet iron is nailed on each side of the divided hoof, and it is put on while the animal is upon its back, the two pairs of legs being brought to gether and tied firmly. RATTLESNAKES IN JERSEY Northern New Jersey iB overrun with ratlesnakes and they have be come such a nuisance that snake clubs have been formed to fight the pests. Already many thousands of snakes have .been killed by these organiza tions. which will keep up their work until all ha r e been exterminated. ka Kumar Roy, Upendranath Sen- Gupta, Syed Bashiruddin, Kiron Ku mar Basu, Sudhir Chandra Basu, Nau bat Rai Bhalla and Ciriyam Saryanar ayanaran Bhasker. The following students passed in Hindu and Mohammedan law: Class 2 —Debenra Nath Mitra. Class 3—Sa jani Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, Garimel lo Bapanna, Debendra Nath Basu, Sau rindra Kumar Gupta, Biswanth Misra, Mir Sultan Mohidin, Arockiasawmy ThamaraiseP'ara Pannirselvam, Je hangir Barjorjee, Patel Sarjoo Pra sad, Chaganti Sambasiva Rau and Upenranath Sen-Guptha. PRIZE PEDDLER’S DONKEY An event that always interests and amuses Londoners and the Americans who are visiting in the metropolis at the time is the annual exhibition of costermongers’ donkeys. This year it was opened by the duchess of Hamil ton, and there were hundreds of gaily caparisoned entries. The prizes were presented by the Princess Christian, the ‘‘moke” the captured first prize and his owner being pictured here with. “STRIKES OUT” AND DIES playing ball in New York Charles Washauer. thirty-eight years old, was stricken ill at the home plate after “three strikes” had been called on him, and died before medical aid could reach him. Acute heart disease, brought on by excitement at a critical poin. *' the game, is said to have been the cause of the amateur ball player’s sudden death. The score was in favor of the nine in the field when Washauer came to the bat, and a run was badly needed. He struck at all three balls pitched, and as the umpire cried “out” he reeled and fell backward. KENTUCKY’S STRONG MAN Mr. George Stapp, who lives near Liberty, is the brag stout man of that part of the strie, according to a local paper. His feats of strength are not surpassed by any ordinary man. His sixtieth birthday was recently, and he has never met his equal. Thirty years ago he outllfted the 722-pound fat lady that w&s in a circus that came to Liberty. He has carried a horse ten steps to win a wager, and he can easily carry his 100-pound wife 200 yards on his extended hand. He Is a raw boned gentleman, weighs ".bout 190, and looks like an or dinary man physically; but those who know him well say his strength is a wonder. DEER GRAZE WITH CATTLE The large number of deer now In Sullivan county, N. Y., exceeds that ever seen before in the same territory eince the early colonial days. The deer are very tame and are frequently seen tat herds of a tfcuea xai&giiag with the eat tie to the paatarea. MILLIONS of FAMILIES a™ using syrup o/fiGS EliXlßef SENNA FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES, INDIGESTION AND MW STOMACH, GAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND 3 ? •)£*s. BILIOUSNESS, WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS. jj 'Zf'. CALIFORNIA | IN THE CIRCLE ! W ON EVERY PACKAGE OFTKE GENUINE !j | THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE CENUINE SYRUP f| OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS il ( g MANUFACTURERS TO OrFER IMITATIONS, IN ORDER TO l[ ! B MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEiR :t ‘ I CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH, l ' & j ■ OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH. WHEN YOU ASK FOR jj t jj I SYRUP OF RCS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR. jVaOU/INJR i jj H LNG TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE -jj c ENtotncoHO L j if • H CENUINE MANUFACTURED BY TltE CAUFORNIA FIG 3 TT* I! B SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT Bjj h -N THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU- ' jj B fACTUREO THE CAUFORNIA no SYRUP CO ONEV |jj II _.!!!.?T. l :.. T - H . E -^- E ISllli i\ &3?l kIfIIj^CAUFORNIaTtgSYRUP & PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOM, AND IN THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OF THE Vrs^g*nl‘ CENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING MINIATURE PICTURE ORUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE SOe PER BOTTLE. OF PACKAGE • $ . SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. California Fig Syrup Cos COLT DISTEMPER iCnn b* handled very easily. The elek are cured, and alothers la jCyX stable, no matter how 4, exi>oeo<V' kept from having the die b? ,18in LX)i;N’S LIQUID DISTEMPER CUKE. Give on daSfftS-^v!i v tongnq,or In feed. Acts on the blood ad expels germs of gc t all forms of dlßtotn]>er. Best rcr ledy ever known for in a res In foal. One euarantretl to cure < ne case. 60u an*' *l u bottle. and VV I ?iodozen of orugglsts anti harr ess dealers, or sent expreon paid by ( Booklet gives every thing. Ix> al agents wanted, largest selling v!k3§X borse remedy In exißteuco—t* elve years. SPCHN MEKICAI. CO.. CbenliiUindßictertclVKUta, Ccshon, Ind., U. S. A. THE WISCONSIN KEELEY INSTITUTE FOR LIQUOR AND DRUG HABITS Established IGBO WAUKESHA, WIS. Correspondence Confident!* 1 PERFORMING POLICE DUTY. Officer Miildoon—That fellow’s flirt. ■ (ng with every servant girl on my beat. I'd run him in if I could charge him with some offense. Chalker (the milkman) —That’s j easy. Charge him with impersonating an officer! IN AGONY WITH ITCHING “About four years ago I broke out vith sores on my arms like boils. Af ter two months they were all over my body, some coming, and some going away. In about six months the boils juit, but my arms, neck and body broke out with an itching, burning rash. It would burn and itch, and come out in pimples like grains of wheat. I was in a terrible condition; 1 could not sleep or rest. Parts of my flesh were raw, and I could scarcely bear my clothes on. I could not lie in bed in any position and rest. In about a year the sores extended down to my feet. Then I suffered agony with the burning, itching sores. 1 could hardly walk and for a long time [ could not put on socks. “All this time I was trying every thing I could hear of, and had the skill of three doctors. They said it was eczema. I got no benefit from all this. I was nearly worn out, and had given up in despair of ever being cured when I was advised by a friend to try Cuticura Remedies. I purchased Cuti cura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent, and used exactly as directed. I used the Cuticura Remedies constantly for four months, and nothing else, and was perfectly cured. It is now a year, and 1 have not had the least bit since. I am ready to praise the Cuticura Rem edies at any time. (Signed) E. L. Cate. Exile, Ky., Nov. 10, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32- page hook, will be mailed free on ap plication to “Cuticura,” Dept. 21, K, Boston. The Supreme Test. Brownly—is Jones contented? Townly—l should say so; I never heard him complain of the way his child is taught in school. —Harper's Bazar. Personal. Garrulous Barber—As the sayin’ goes, “There’s always room at the top.” Sensitive Customer —How dare you refer to my baldness! Stop the Pain. The hurt of a burn or a cut stops when Cole’s Carbolisalve is applied. It heals quickly and prevents scars. 25c and 50c by druggists. For free sample write to J. W. Cole & Cos.. Black River Falls. Wis. A good name being better than riches, it behooves us to take better care of our reputations. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the guuis, reduces inflamrna Lion, allays pain, cures w.uu colic, 25c & bottle. The man who thinks be knows it all | never gets much of a chance to tell it. Womens Secrets # There is one mania the United States who has perhaps heard JBkSbA jjL~^ more women’s secrets thaa any other man or woman in the country. These secrets ar not sec rrU, of t<il lt or shame, but the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. R. V. Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help. That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex pectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight, per cent, of jjMflELp all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the Sw cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when WJ |w that record applies to the treatment of more than hall-e- mil- J w a lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal, and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitnda accorded him by women, as the first ot specialists in the treatment of women’s diseases. Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without any printing or advertising whatever, upan them. Write without fear as with out fee, to World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Preet., Buffalo, N. Y. * > dr. PIERCE’S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION Mislsew Wcc.it. Women Sivong, Siclx Women Well* W6tihmor& ™Shoe Polishes Finest in Quality. Largest in Variety. They meet every requirement for ( leaning ana polishing shoes of all kinds and colors. GILT EDGE tho only ladles shoe dressing that positively contains OIL. Blacks and Polishes ladies’ and children’s boots and shoes, ahinea without rubbing, 25e. “French Gloss,” 10c. O A N l> Y combination for cleaning and polishing all kinds of russet or tan shoes, 25c. “Star” size, 10c. QUICK WHITE makes dirty canvas shoes clean and white. In liquid form to it can be quickly and easily applied. A sporge in every package, so always ready for use. Two sizes, 10 and 25 cents. If your dealer does not keep the kind you want, send us his address and the p-ico in stamps for a full size package. BROS. & CO., 20-26 Albany Bt., Cambridge. Mast. The Oldest and Largest Manufacturers of Shoe Polishes in the World. 50,000 Men Wanted in Western Canada 200 RMIIIon Bushels Wheat to bo Harvested Harvest Help in Great Demand Reports from the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta (Western Canada) indicate one of the best crops ever raised on the continent. To harvest this crop will require at least 50,000 harvesters. Low Rates Will be Given on All Canadian Roads Excursions are run daily and full particulars will be given on applica tion to the following authorized Cana dian Government Agent. The rates are made to apply to all who wish to take advantage of them for the pur pose of inspecting the grain fields of Western Canada, and the wonderful opportunities there offered for those who wish to invest, and also those who wish to take up actual farm life. Apply at once to GEO. A. HALL 125 Second St., Milwaukee,Wis. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief —Permanent Cure CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never jgfyM | fail. Purely vegeta ble act surely p * DTFDX but gentl on the liver. ! 0 L T r,J Stop after W B ,VE ‘i dinner dis- | improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE, Genuine must bear Signature if-jfj?: Kodaks and Cameras 1 Developing and Printing by Mall, I filmE Send for Catalogue. *“ • The A. Spiegel Cos., Milwackee, Wi*. W. N. U., MILWAUKEE, NO. 29-1911.