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Little English Girl—Can W* fo on tha continent, mamma Her Mother—We've been there so ""fknow It but I never get tired of watching the Americans spend their »oney." i. a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder. It cures painful, smart ly nervous feet and Ingrowing nails. \Ti the greatest comfort discovery of the ace Makes new shoes easy. A eertain cure for sweating feet. Sold bv all Druggists, 26c. Accept no sub stitute Trial package. FREE. Ad Sress A S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. The theatrical manager is willing to give everybody a show—for a consid eration. DR. J. H. RINDLAUB, (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Fargo, N. D. If you will walk in the fields of sin you will find a long task before you picking off the burrs and cockles. WAM. TAPER 2 CL. A ROM- ASD Sernl for fr« sample instruction book. A. H. Raiuiey. 61* Hen. avo., Minneapolis. The finest household furniture in the world will look poor and tired out when piled in a mover's wagon. Inventors should know that they can ob tain intents for thler inventions absolute ly KRKK. For particulars enclose stamp to Kduin I.. Yewell, Solicitor of Patents, 804 MoGlli Building. Washington, D. O. If you get along, you must do well to-day you can't always be waiting until to-morrow. WASTED— Men and women t» leain watch mltinK nnd t-tiKravinic after 4 munths will uy J15 pt-r week: bonnl earncl '.vhile learn hi K far? iai'l inrl.i.-r stamp. Duhuqun WaK h.nakWK-KnKi avlnf! School, I ubui]uc, lu. "A good woman," an Arabian phil osopher is accuscd of saying, "is not always a good wife." ONLY ONK "IIKOJIO QriXINE" Tbtt is I A AAT1VK BKO.M' Ol I.N INK. Look for thf signature, of B. W. UHuVK. Lsed the World •fir to Cure a Coid in One bay. lioc. Even the sarcastic woman declines to make any cutting remarks when ahe has an ax to grind. WK PAY IIHiII I'HK KS KOK FtKS »m! hide*. or Mn tlu-m f-r rolies. IUKW T/IF ONLY Sanitary Byrabte ai.K' T9XI CLIMATE IS IDEAL GREAT WEALTH ACQUlRtD IN GROWING GRAIN. Writing from Saskatoon, Saskatche wan, Canada, W.. H. Ellwanger, who was formerly a resident of Green Mountain, Iowa, says: 'The climate in summer is ideal for growing grain. Long, clear dais of suaishine, no bad storms. We never need to guard against cyclones I never saw a better climate in my life. We made more money during the season of 1906 than any previous five years in central Iowa—one of the best districts in the state." But Mr. Ellwanger was a resi dent of the town, and it might be more interesting to read what a farmer hat to say about Western Canada. From hundreds of letters all filled with words of praise, recounting success it Western Canada there has been out selected. It is as follows: or coats. X. \V. Hide KtirC'o., Minneapolis When the ch'.'rch grafts on thin world it is not strange it ceases to bear the fruits of another world. HIDES A FI R? TAX1VED FOR ROBES Coats or rugs. Send for price lint lo TACBEUT TANNERY. Minneapolis. Minn The road through a difficulty may be rougher, but it is always safer than the road around it. SPOT CASH FOR YOUR CREAM. Top market prices always. MILTON DA lity CO.. Bt. Paul. Lets of people would lose all hope society but for their periods of self appreciation. A good way to keep well is to take Car field Tea frequently it purifies tin- blood, insures good digestion and good health! Every time a man puts his fuot. in it lie feels like kicking himself. Paynton, Sask., Canada, Dec. 10th, 1907. To Whom This May Concern: I moved to this addi^ss February 0 1907, from Montgomery, Iowa, and took a homestead 35 miles north ol Paynton. It was cold when I movc here but it did not stay cold long it broke up the Sth of February, and wa: not so cold after that but the sprint was late on account of the heavy snow fall, but in spite of the late spring saw better grain than 1 ever saw in the states, raised this year. I helped a man finish sowing oats the 4th ol July and they made fair oats. In i. good year oats will go 100 bushels to the acre and wheat 25 to 50 all root i crops do well here. I saw turnips weigl, 7 and 8 pounds. I raised potatoes this year that measured 11% inches one way and 18'£ the other in cir cumference. This is a fine stock coun try hay in abundance, good water, plenty of fuel, free and plenty of building material—the government gives us timber to saw into lumber and we can get-it sawed for about $6.00 per thousand. All small fruit grows wild here, then there are ducks, geese, grouse, pheasants, deer, moose, elk and fish in abundance. 1 was over to Turtle Lake yesterday where there is lots of fishing being done this win ter. 1 saw about a carload of white fish in one pile. I gave 25 cents for 86 pounds of fish. What do you think of that, Brother Yankee? I think this is a fine place both to make money and to live. There was an o4d man up here visiting his brother-in-law. Now this man owns land close to Des Moines, Iowa, and is in good circum stances, but he took a homestead and says he will be contented if he can only put in the rest of his days in Canada. He would get up in the morn and look out of the door and say: "Well, who wouldn't live in Canada?" Now I have been in 1" different states in the I'nited States, and I never saw the chance that there is here for a man that has a little muscle and a little brains. Three cheers for Cana da! (Signed.) Plite Heyday of youth isn't in it with the pay day of manhood. 11 iulimiik Ver rubs eff w hen the wall is wiped down. Alabastine colors arc soft, beautiful and elvcty never fade and never flake off abashne is thoroughly sanitary, never moulds nor mildews on the wall. I_ Atabajtine carefully packed, proper* i«. i 'a n si xtcca t!. uercnt i' Each j.ackaso will cover dUO to -150 square feet of surface. _r—— write for Spccial o o S e e s o your rooms Alls your i' for U- VKLET" if h« docs not have Alabastine ol roior cards free to ALABASTINE CO. YORK CITY GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. PATENTS sketch and (Ji s rlptin of LM MV-IIT'ON ami I will U«IYIJMI v( lo securr prnter Kitrhi,, f'"' mv f,v® booklet. ICitffnr M. "RNR «"Ud!nR, Washington, I. C. EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT TAKEN DIRECTLY IN VASELINE DON'T i 'or ar,c' t,le af® :-rian, i ii.'^r.en' 0nce u-ed t-ie CtSt 2''' larns car''esour W. A. SPICK." This is the temperature through November. I took it. myself so I know it is right, in the shade: Morning at Morning At Saiuot Date Plite at Sunrise Morning REBUILD IN GRANITE NATIONAL TREASURY BUILDING TO HAVE NEW FRONT. Sandstone Originally Used in Its Con struction Has Not Stood the Test of Time and Must Be Replaced. The treasury at Washington Is to come down. Within a few weeks the demolition will be begun, and the his toric edifice—all of it. that is to say, that stood before the civil war—will be reduced to a wreck, the entire front, including the 30 great Ionic pillars up holding the roof of the Fifteenth street facade, being torn away. For this purjKisc' congress has a propriated $3fi0,000. The contract has been awarded to a New York firm, and quarrying has already been begun at. Milford, N. H., for granite which is to take the place of the sandstone of the present, structure. This sandstone which was brought from Acquia creek, in Virginia, in 1810, is poor stuff, and shows a dispo sition to disintegrate. Large chunks of the portico have been falling from time to time, narrowly missing peo ple's heads, and it was finally decided that the whole facade, pillars and all, would have to be removed and re placed with stronger material. It will be understood that the treas ury as it stood in the '40s and early '50s, was a long building, fronting on Fifteenth street and of no great depth, which to-day forms the middle sec tion of the east side of the huge rec tangular structure occupied by the financial department of the govern ment. As originally erected it was a copy of the Temple of Pallas Minerva at Athens, and its site was chosen by that irascible and obstinate old gen tleman, Andrew Jackson. Congress left the matter to him, and one day. as it is related, he walked over from the White House, thrust his cane into the ground, and said: "This is the best place for the build ng. Put it here!" Now, the intention bad always been hat Pennsylvania avenue should run in a straight and undeviating line. In fact, it had always done so up to that time, extending directly from the capi tol past the front door of the White House, which in those days was on the south front of the president's I dwelling,. and not on the north as at present. But the building of the treas nry in this badly chosen spot broke the avenue in two. so that, it loses itself for a couple of blocks in a man ner puzzling to the stranger in Wash ington. Which reminds one to say that vis iters at the national capital .."-e much impressed, not unnaturally, by, the in formation, conveyed to them by pro fessional guides, that the gigantic pil lars which uphold t*e. roofs of the por ticos on the north, south and west sides of the treasury, are monoliths, the largest in the world, each of them being hewn out of a single block of granite. They are further astonished when lold that these pillars were brought all the way from Dix Island, near Rockford, in Maine, being put aboard sailing vessels, landed at Georgetown, and hauled to the building site by teams of IS oxen. At Sunset At Saiuot Date at At Sunrise Sunset I 27 37 if. 28 35 2 36 40 17 12 20 3 2G 37 18 12 29 4 28 34 10 20 33 & 27 38 20 12 24 6 30 38 21 18 The treasury as it stands to-day is a building of granite—save only for the old and original sandstone struc ture which, as already explained, forms the middle section of its east side. It. is now intended to remove the entire front of this ancient edifice. 27 7 12 30 *22 16 28 8 28' 34 23 15 9 17 16 24 27 IS 5 22 10 2 13 25 S 20 26 26 32 12 28 20 27 13 7 11 28 The more rights a woman has tht less she talks about them. WB PAY TOP PRICES FOR CREAM. Cash everV day. Write for prices and tags. MILLER &. HOLMES. St. Paul. Minn. Dishonest men usually get a lot of things they don't deserve before they finally get behind the bars. J«0 Al'RES NOHTII DAKOTA I.AMI FREE. Will loc ilc. if vou 1 11v tin- adjoining quar ter IX J. Mi'Malimi, KmlUutt Hid.. St. Paul When a man is sure he has a wo man's sympathy he adds fully a hun dred per cent to his hard luck stories. BASKRALL CM FORMS, BATS, BALLS, Masks. Gloves, etc. Catalogue Free, rotinedy Bros. Arras Co.. St. Faul, Mlnr The moon affects the untied as well as the tide. NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER ."CTNTIKIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTt..r-IRRITANT. Capsicum-Vaselfne. "WAIT TILL THE PAIN COMES—KEEP A TUBE HANDY SAFE A NO ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN -PRICE iSc. pJri,Sbgv-^3l&LE TUPES MADE OF PURE TIN-AT AI.L WipGCISTS AND .• V", OR BY KAIL ON RECEIPT OF JSc. IN I'OSTACE .MPS. superior to mustard cr any other poster, and will not most dclicate 's'/.ln. The pain-allayir.g and curative qualities of the wonderful. It v/ill s'op the toothache at or.ce, and re! sve Head- '"ciat'ca. We recommend it as the bcrt and cafes? external counter L'J*"1 Known, iibo a- an external remedy for pains i:: the chest and stomach Rheumatic. Neuralgic and Gouty complaints. A trial will prove what for iti anj- it wijjte (0U5,^ t0 be invaluable in the household and for no family will be without it. Many people say "it is ^our Preparations." Accept r.o preparation of vaseline unless label, as otherwise it is not genuine. Qddrota and wo will mill our Vaseline Booklet describlnfl Our preparation* which will Interest you. "SULCI. CHESCBROUGH MFG. CO. New York City Architecturally speaking, there will be no alterations if is simply a mat ter of substituting on** material for another. However, incidental to the operation, the sandstone pillars, which are composed of series of superposed cylindrical sections, will be replaced by granite monoliths. 28 20 16 8 14 21 18 29 14 18 2£ 15 20 31 30 18 27 Vanderbilts in Washington. More and more Washington is luring members of New York's most exclu sive set. The George Vanderbilts. af ter visiting there regularly for many winters. now have a permanent resi dence in the capital and it is said they have found the city so much to their Ilk ing that they will not be seen in New York again till summer. They went to their new house in Washington a few days ago, and have en tered upon a big nocial cam paign. Mrs. Vanderbilt has been losing interest in her old circle in New York city, and it is understood pur poses to favor Washington for enter taining iu the future. The Vander bilts have been encouraged in this plan by the success of several trips with guests to Uillmore., the famous state in North Carolina. With parties front 1" to 20 guests the Vanderbilts have traveled in special trains le ween Washington and Hiltmorc for •••eek ends, and more of these ex treions are planned for the brief iterval bufore Lent. Explained Warm Greeting. "I was astonished and flattered, too," iid a nrv,' congressman, "at the warm greeting President Roosevelt gave me at the White House reception. He acted as if lie was never more glad to see a man in his life. I didn't sup pose he would renumber me." "Yes?" said the veteran interrogatively. Where were yon in the line?" "Let's oe I was aboul the last. one. almost the last one in the line," said the new congressman, reflectively. "1 thought so. The president had shaken hands with some 1.200 people. I'll bet he was glad lo see you, too." "These old con gressmen are so jealous if a new mem bei' gets any recognition," the fresh a:: lawinak* toil bis wife, latin EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER From Terrible Eczema—Baby's Head a Mass of Itchipg Rash and Sorflt —Disease Cured by Cuticura. "Our little girl was two months old When she got a rash on her face and Within five days her face and head were all one sore. We used different remedies but it got worse Instead of better and we thought she would turn blind and that her ears would fall off. She suffered terribly, and would scratch until the blood came. This went on until she was five months old, then I had her under our family doc tor's care, but she continued to grow worse. lie said it was eczema. When she was seven months old I started to use the Cuticura Remedies and in two months our baby was a different girl. You could not see a sign of a sore and she was as fair as a new born baby. She has not had a sign of the eczema since. Mrs. H. F. Hudke, LeSueur, Minn., Apr. 15 and May 2, '07." This earth is inhabited mostiv bv people who imagine they were intend ed to do something better that heir present vocation. Pettit's Eye Salve 100 Years Old, relieves tired eyes, iin-cklv cures aches. Inflamed, sore, watery or ulcerated eyes. All druKSists or Howard i.rns..Buffalo.N.Y. We arc all apt to substitute candor with the faults of others for honesty witli our \vn. ALCOHOL-3 Pr:R CENT XVfctfefable Preparation For As similating the Food and Regula ting the Stom&chs and Bowels of I NT A VI R«ipt *rou DrSAm'amvjrst. Autlfrttn 'jilx Senna ffothrlh 1 a urjAnt.tn.nih i Sud' mm Ams, AyrrmuU SiCvi*'aUS»4mt Him Sr.J ClmrStrd Suyat tfiakyiren A/nttr. Ta/lf 1 ,u. I •t»i r.attS4»+ Aperfcct Remedy forConstipa lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms ,C orivulsions .Fever i sh oes s and Loss OF Tonsilitis is swelling and inflammation of th&glands at the side of the throat 51OSJV'S Liivimeivt used as a qargle and applied the outside of the throat reduce the swelling and gives instant relief." For Croup. Quincy Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pain in Chester Lungs this liniment is unsurpassed 5loofis Liniment is when penetrating He Got Plenty. Hi Tragedy- Whew: Raster must have found food for thought In the dramtie editor's article this morning Lowe Comedy Foot I I should sa\ a full meal. He got a roast and all his desserts. WHAT T'ATJSKS HEAUACTB From October to Mav, Cold* are the mo*r fre queot auiwof tieuli«clie. l.AXATIYK BIMMO QUININE remove*cause. K.W.Ciroveoti box 3.V Men will be honest with one anoth er when they are honest with them selves. SHIP IS Y Of It (ItKUl TO-DAY, or write for t:inf and prices. Tile reiocnt rcniiiery Co., St. I'anl. Evil minded folks measure others by their own standard. ^25 "0u.»r^2 emu For Infants and Children. The Kind You Wm Always Bought Bears the Signature XHILDM.N Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest Con fains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral NOT"NARCOTIC. of I SLEEP facSimile Signature at Tut CtNTAUR COMPANY." NEW YORK uarantecd under the FoodawJ Exact Copy of Wrapper. indispensable travelling because it is ,warming, soothing., hooting and antiseptic Price 25^,50* 6 H00 Dr.Earl S. Sloan, Boston Mass U S A' I SHOES AT ALL PRICE®, FOR EVERY MEMBER OFTHC FAMILY, MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AMD CHILDREN. W. L. Doug/am makmm and mafia mora man'a %2UiO, 03.OO and $3. SO ahaaa thai* any_ othar manu faoturer In trim waitd, baqauaa they hold thalr ^fe ahmpm, fit battar, w*ir tonga*, and of aritfcr ra/iie than any athar^-^ tn th+vrorld to-day• W. Oouglas $4 and $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Any Price WTOAUTIOV, W. nu r»e An1 pri'** in ilamptd on »k«* Bol'l .*• i(-».-» eve: fiiUoe® frotn Jaotorir to af»7 Uated CAUAOK free lo atiy aC4rest. W. til Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORM MnMtltdU, try to af»7 purt- i i' WwfM. lllaa» DOlJtil.AM, nruckuii, IflAM. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Oator more pood* brighter and tester color* than any other dM. One 10c oackso* colors ill fibers. The» d?e in cold water better than an» other d»e. Yoeeoa MfgarmmfaWMMtripptasawrt WiMator le*a baoMat—Mw toDw. BlMch and Hu Colors. MO MHO ORUO OO.. Qulnoy, Mi B8TA.BLI8BKD IT*. WOODWARD CO. Mtaneopolis GRAIN COMMISSION. IHilatk SICK HEADACHE [CARTER'S Po.iltlvrlv v »r*rf ky these I ittle Pitta. IITTLE IVER PILLS. i reftftfrum I't ion »i«i ooH-W1| I ALIHG. A PMB «M.v lor 1«''It**** vfH, lrt)* J4*-4 Taste in Motnfc.rtoafr t'il '!Yi£tt*. Pain lb ifcf s e, TOR! IJVnt \Ur\ 'r^nJn ihr Purely $MALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PH6CE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Literary Hardships. "Literature is very u-yiutf, isn't it!" said one woman. answered the other. "If jrenir itook dn««tt't sell, you are disappolwt "d «ud if :t .iocs it has lo be so shv h siij» tlun mm are embarrassed." 'Ae piety yon put on before Ike I :nirror will make you mirror et i |i**t v. IKII it ijiiei th»nk mm\ WESTERN tat CANADA Rome of i lie rht»iMv mN fur trrain irrtmlag* SI.K-U RAL^NINAIITL MIXFU JAI NMI^IN FU* JI««W tri«-M of katohewan nn«l Allw rta, c«M?»!y Iwt'i: Opened frr Settlement iu1er tb# Revised Homestead Regulatim l'Hli .. may i»tM\ ».r niutSi- proK \on C«mtlil INNI, 1J\ H" faL IM-I', IUOIJH i mm. d«o|rK !•*i". l'r«.U»»T »r si«-|»-r ol ui hottir TIIOUMUHN of of ea- BIT thus now fri UM-*» ?:n-at ^rr.iin jjrow iuy, btuck raising an«l aIvo4 arming Th«*rt* t»u wiil find liealtlifn] rnmate, ntM^'lil.or-, «-horch«M for family worship, for your l»i!]rt»n, fftHnl ]a«H, uu«l ruiirtatHconveniftit t» market Knt ry f«M* i n oai*h rasr K Sttl (W. lrOr !**?.• Laspai (it'iilarn a« to rM«% routes. be-»t timi' to ari't ttlifm apily to Cllllord Block. CBAS. FILLINO, Ortnd *rlr*, SPEGIALMERrf SCHOOLSHOES WEAR IJKf IRON" Miyer "Special Mfrlt" 9cb*«i Shoes are expressly inacl« for the ha.d knocks and severe wear of healthy, romping tchool children They ire mide of thoroughly seasoned upper Ieatler and tonjb. old-process and lime-seesor,td 5'jies, the strongest and moft dur able material obtainable that' wby they "wear liLe iron Plenty of room for growing feet, •er.sihly shaped shoes, itroof enough for the iiardest everydar use, dressy enough for Sundays. Yo^r dealer will supply you if not, write to us. LOOK for the name and trade-mark on the sole, f. Mayer Boot & Shoe Cempavy MIlWmEF, vis A N A K ES i r,'\\-t ?H A iMH.fcOCU*. A N A K E I S PARKERS HAIR BAL3AM Mi*, f'frt.oro ft ifli Nfvnr F«il« \'y H**tQr+ (*rtf JTaJr to Youthful Cuiea ufrfiW M)o,hrA Xri||1nB PATFNTSsrsiitewnas HI til I W'm. Turujilow BlfkMat •ore ere*, ut i N O N U -No 19- 1908