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Of the Success That Awaits the Farm er In Western Canada. Tin- ptnry of wl oat farm!,,.; In Wes tern C-uiluU (that imitinn nf t'nnailu lylfiK north of !sku!;i ;ln, Montana t his been frtMjUCIlt l tlllil. but H will stand a lot of li'llinn, iiml still retain Its tnurh of I n t r -j i . Hiiinm lln venr juat filmed 2,"lii ji.tsiiiik i . lli.'lr j linmi'K In Canada rinniiiiri ! wl'h 2l.').!ll2 for the year I!;, mi Incicnan or t.l.4(.l. Tlne-c triini tin' l iiiinl Slates numbi'ri'd .m;.,'i,"iI. A writer In "Industry" recently said: "To-day Hih "Dominion of Camilla i.s llni siiin; a "mightier movement of iiiipulai "than rvi-r Bllmiiln'i'd a I'.lbliial win "or to x'D a chapter of S-: I n " The same writer ha) : 'Tumi T 1 1 - - l( Iii ne "and the. Khune river nill".v. from "the port dtlex of (eTiii.inv and t In" "farms of th" rat hcrlaml. f nun t ti pea; ajit soil of I(iis-ia; nnil n il from "the frrlmy 1-atu a.--liiie and owi p nm "luted Yorkshire, tin- iIim nut' mcil "and umhitlou of every i I i iik- .ite "seckim; to fake .vIv.iiiIul'c of Hi" "opportunities affivile.l hv the r -t t i I -"'noil and cilill.ii .il niir r-1 i m.i I - nf I 111 "Kmdr" of the Nm :!i " ContllllllllK li" Kami" wiler Bi'i' "Whil" a million human In mi'.. Hir"n.f "tin- i-Vires of tin' I ihi. 'I St tii s i i. iv vent, thr smaller iimiiiI it at 1 1 IIIKIM "Cait i'la enme writ a luni'' '!! I "filled pui'MKif " I h been .i lk"! why 'I' ih lIH'S li l. I i' tc t .r ana I In aval ll.ilil land .- I'.i la ; i lie t'ViMMi the Mmsis-1 . r i and Hi has In en -n lui 1 1 . i d, ami tin. within that terr!tir ll'i I tint He ir Kills l.ave III H"'k II' M't I iltll' S C;ili.l da iiaijr.s one hiihili"d .it -l i'. .1 s of land tree to e:n Ii Tin. i..i"l - e !'l fioin 11 to 1d iiu Ill-Is ut win at to tli'i acre In Snulhcri Mln ita. tn.- m it-tif heal Ix lt of aii.i'l.i. as hire a tin:. iirls per acre l.ne . ti h;,'-.. .i.-d. J'.sk yi.'hlK than tl liave netted the f.nni.i- a in'i'li .1 1 J ' a PT ncr-'. Tin re at e tin wimp; 1 1 ,i tell the tale i,n onvctlvelv a tic: . n the farmi'r himself the man who ha.i plniuhed the lields. snui-il the itta'tl. and with fnliled hamls re-', uhlln naliii-p;, tionnleous in that inntit . in leas than thric nmiiths, phe . . nt 1m disposal htindieils nf a' i ' nl ii" !i' l Ki.'iin. now waiiim; the atiaal nl 'lei reapi'i. and Mii'iei'iio w- 1 -j 1 1 n I ui ; the follow inr, let! r An; nirent of ile- Canadian i.-c.'-tti meni will he pic 1 e.l t--. ciii' iiil irtna lion r"'ardiiis the district tii''iiti'iii''i 01 if any oil that tt- In I" Mi 1 I'll K. 'I Holmes, K -. , Canadian tiovet anient Acent, 1 I'aul, Minn D-ar Stra in ItOj I Im aii-d on !i cl lini about Hi) miles from Hi" iu-.iii nt Wadena, on the Canadian N irHierii ilailrnad. liave ll-fl on my claim most of the time. Htnrp. I consider tins to be one of the hcsl districts in the country for grain growing In r."i wleat nverageo! from :!' to ,M hn-bel- per jiere on 1, nine of mv neighbors' lat ins within 4 Miles of 1111 claim Oats go from 7i to 100 bushels. It Is ulsn a gin! country for muck. Where I am there in plenty of fuel I lonn steails neailv nil taken the sett lemeui being largely fioruiaus, and Americans, all -well to do I left Wadena In l- cbru iiry. 1H07, returning April J' so Hint I 11 lis sed part of the winter, which the old Holtletts tell me was one of (he worst they ever saw. but there was no Hiiffeiing, as the poople are prettv well fined, nnil there am no hllzzurds In that-country, at least there never has Ufn known 10 he one. Wild land sells al from )' to $15; closer to .town it is higher. In the) summer we have all sorts of wild fruits Ten plentiful, nnd I never saw better vegetables, and game is ho plentiful a man need not starve for want of unmet hlng to eal. Plenty of good water too You 11 1 not hesitate to recommend this district, but the homesteads tire nearly all taken, most of the homesieudeirt are. Jiving right on their claims (Signed), FUANK MOHItKV. Ki Kington, Sask Where the Trouble Is. A Washington physician annoiiiices that grip Ih patching. It is worse than that It is sticking. SICK HEADACHE CARTERS Positively cured by these l.lltle 1'llls. li ipiim I -1 npy aii ri-llevp l?lt fe. Jl I I lE iri"H(reni frsM.pi,la.lii k jf 1 l rr I '"WK'l"" '"l T.ki lirany HI I V r K I Kill"! A -rlre rrio- I B a BBS a "r ti2im-Mri. Naie I MM rlLli9t m, Dr.iwsoi.-sii. Had 1 m I T!l-1 " l l ' 1 1 1 h . Cua g "J - J I "I Tii". J'iiIii In His winun imiill li.J- TolIPIl) I.IVKIt. Tbt rqpilau Wic Buwla. Purely VcKflable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. carters ftTTlF IVER Food for By D. '( iiyrUlil My window faces the domestic of flees of Hip house opposite. Hot ween the tv-n lit lies nf a -S pi filiil UK cedar 1 ran hcc rlfclit into the beautiful kitchen with Us iniiilern. polished raiiKo, Its tenlliienls n( xlilniiig cupper pans. Its ruu h of warm tinted casseroles and ti-rrlne-, Hetter Htlll. I can wHtch the while i;.,wiieil prlcsto.-tx who presides nvi'i the culinary temple what time idle piepari'S delicacies lor the lucky lieiim- who are privileged to eiiij-luy her I do tint know them; I have never M''ll lllelll I aill merely a deKillllte li;i'T rniiie iii Innk for summer in a coontiy village, and, hy Inuard. an-clnit.-d In i-nitai:e iminm nverlnnkini; a little Tud'ir iii.iiiur house. As fur the summer. It lias not come In Its place is u caricature, dime In dull. damp. eivs.slii-; (im h. For my eli, I ai'l;,- fnr ii ii 1 1 1 tin ut Fur they t:ive me hoililm; to eat Mi Hie eoltane it least, they give me nothing cuia lid- I have sufl1 ted a bat baric dietary nf t'-pld oli'ip-v leathery steuks and .si I'll I -it vi'tfiaitlcH I'ir neailv a fiirt ntght. dnw , Hi." , and so, when the kitchen win oppospe ate thrown npen. us ii- In da . my eyes search the with. 11 wi'h a loimini; lniih of M'v- anil tin' reiii'-iiilii mice of ith.. s h; dniK laid ts ol r.s Mtlt llll , of lie thcte I luck- seat fo 'laltitv. salisfyin a.- I watch Hi m t conk Something ai livity In the j I llt.len. I lie a fii 1 1 r I , ct'-..l mi 1 distance . 1 features chance tins given Hie show. It en touii'ls Hie interesting In the kitchen Kw'ii at this 1 1:1 ill tingiiUh Its main res Coral tinted red mullet, i- r.videoek ol tl:e sell." lie re f'llh . like Vi'li' de V'i'les. Ill h fl)'. 1 In-111 i.s a ln-ap of swei-threada, e ami round lieiiun. Is an open full of tie1 tender portions- of 1 tine I ' '"- -1 N'-.i I wl,i 1 d .1 mm.! s;u lug ilKe chickens, an I t iii -ttiiiiiid. a ilaintv saiblle nf tain lamb It Is powdered n'er iad's face. ibii-ii':b which a III the niniltl- - like a SWeet plot iiro hy the ure tin . Con glazes. Ins" -blush can 1-0 11 1 j 1.1 Viiil all 1 1 is N11 living it w ith It ' around, mi tin tab! w I II' I a "i i i dime "W iind adjoining slieUes, -mi es of clvlli.ed conker Ills mill sweet belli.-.; H11 the pialins ami the th" essences and tin ties Molds. H'laitle clsel. a daublere - fond-, lie culslllc In fiiiulants In Jars; llav in ings In hot 's, a bain tnarie. a 'M'ivi hing. from the last word In culinary material abounds In 1 ciilliau fairy laud I.il- There are noises bitul fie coliituonp that innate Hut over my ears and I lll Hie cottage bo ace. Himlid nnUcH I put 111 - lingers an further out of my leaded cascini-M In nnler to con centrate the whole nf my ntlentlnn on Ihe scene that Is unfolding before my eyes Instinctively 1 know that I am about to witness ihe operations of an adept 11 (iiidnn bleu There is a deftness. a light touch, about her that convinces in'" 01 it .Miv has done with prelim Inarles now. and applies herself to a special process -a soup, evidently. A pan Is removed from the stov nnd brought to the table hy Ihe win dow In It I spy a w hile roux of creamy consistency- undoubtedly a loin of Hour mid clarilled butter probably seasoned with mushrooms. The scent of It seems to come lo me, across the rond. the scent of hazel nuts! There an- mushrooms on the table the dear while delicacies! and when she be Kins nibbing thpse through a sieve and adds I hem to somo veal stock, and llicn nutters cubes of chicken and Halted tongue into the hasin, I know this ipieen of purees to he no less tlinn Veloute Agnes Sorel! The, pan goes hack to tho (lie. and she turns l:er attention to the red mullet. How shall I describe what follows? Haiti words can do no Justice to her treatment of these cor- aline dreams, tell noihing of the deft way in which she makes the clsel along their sleek sides. .My mouth waters as I watch her sprinkle lemon Juice upon them. What emotion.; stir me as she dips them In the marinade nf while wine llavoreil Willi thyme, hay leaves, parsley and shallot '.' Im gine the fragrance: I see her scatter chopped reunel over all. berore they disappear mi envelopes of oiled paper fu he gently grilled and served as they stand!" At this Juiiclure, soniethlne lakes her out of sight and 1 suffer agoub s lest thin ho the end of the entrancing I dlatetic treat. Hut no, I have need lessly alarmed myself. She Is bnek again drawn by those alluring sweet breads, as ! might have guessed a front urn of her arllstlc tempei anient would he! A new happiness surges through me while she lards them with hacoo and trullles. How tenderly she places them in the shallow cocotte anil sur rounds them with a garnish of already prepared vegetables cut en Julienne! How sweetly perfect to observe her addition of the brazing llipior, and the powder of minced truffles that crown her work and give the hair-murk to a Ids do Veau Uemldoff! Mow it Is tbo turn of the sella d'ag npau. Happy, happy little saddle! You nre to be treated a 1'anglnlse be fore the open Are until you become fascinatingly golden-brown, and so reach the esculantly perfect state for which nature designed you! Reflection M. CORY Nor Hhall yon ro to tahlp In solitary splendor, for ..ep, your mistress lias potatoes in trim, square Hikes all n ady for Immersion in a nutty hath of hot fat. Numeless will they ontor it. to emerge puffed with prldo at hav ing been converted Into pnmuies de :p! re sniillloes Think, oh. little sad dle, (mw few among Kngllsh rousls ever have thp privilege of being Paten in such bulbous company-and be grateful : A salad, too, will wait upon you. t'oeiir di; lalfao Uomaltip, orlsp and I'leaclieil, with chlcoree, like a curled darling, made aromatic hy a few drops of wine lnegar and Hoft with a sprinkle of (,Vp oil. I'.ut these nrp side issues. TI10 s etiological inoiin-nt fnr their prep aiatlou has yet to arrive. Nor will the noble bundle of asperges blancs. that nccupli's i side table, be t, niched Inr the present. .My sense of Htnesi ti lls me or their place In the Aniphy tijonic scheme. Something within mo a sepulchral cadence- that I cannot tetralii - Induces me to dwell upon tie in For a few innmcnis I close m eics and let my Imagination riot in an Kplciulnn dn ain nl rnod' As lime liaises the kttcheii Is lit up It Is the dinner hour, line by one, ibe dislii's an- passed thr.mgh the serving hatch, and 1 pbltii" paneled dining room that them I sis' the shaded tabic oak n Ucj with nil central bowl of roses, the while naj cry. the old silver, Ibe thin glass. 1 tsl the dishes I have been watch lug in the making. I sip wines of a cru worthy of each delicate moisel Hut I digress The Joint gone, tlio cook redoubles her artlvlty. She U working against time on an cntreniot. Somehow, I have missed the initial stage of Its evolution, hut I recognizo a pate a Ceno..;e lino when she with draws It from the oven. Do I not know Its constituents? I'owdered sugar anil eggs, llavoreil with vanilla and maraschino the bottle is then) to tell me! Hut something more than a slmplo Ceuolsemust belli the cook's thoughts. else why this urdor? I sit up! Pres. ently. I tremble with excitement. Can It be? Yes, It Is. A Surprise! My cordon bleu Is gnlng lo surpass herself. Kor behold! She produces n freezing machine nnd coats the Cenolsu with vanilla and strawlmrry Ice, alternated with layers of crushed tnnri on" glaces! This again perfection nn perfection she coatcB with meringue -an Italian Klrsch meringue for a thousand! On top she sets a hariiietle of line paste and. In n Hash, the noble edifice dis appears behind the ovi a doora. I count the seconds, holding my breath. I delect an at.xlotts look on the cook's face. This is her piece de rculstnnco, and .1 moment loo lung or too little will iiitetly mar It. The sus pense is terrible! .My heart knock against my ribs-.' 1 turn my head away .... A click! The oven doors nre oiieneil. With a rapidity horn of long, practice, she whips out the dish, surrounds It with silver cups of Klrsch, applies a lighted match, and eureka! the Surprise a la Napolltnlne goes flaming to the sacrifice! I sink hack vlth closed eyes, weak and limp. Again, a seismic resonance stirs my Innermost recesseb. As I wlpo the moisture from my ugltated brow, a voice recalls mo to invself. "You liver an' bacon's gnttln' cold sir!" I shudder! Tor me, the liver and bacon muy petrify! Tonight I feed on reflections! Hindoo lda of Reverence. In India the printed book 1.4 regarded as vulgar, If not Irreverent, and no de vout Hindoo would allow his sacred writings to be contaminated by con tact with leather prepared from the hide of some animal's dead body. A leather-bound copy of the Ilihle lt or him a remarkable Illustration of Chris tian Irreverence. Tho Churchman. ' I Sank Bac' with Closed Eyes. ' the COMBINES PREVAIL, AS USUAL. Provisions of Pure Food Law Not En forced by Republicans. The Influence of the whisky trust, the glucose rust, the beef packers' combine, the I'atent Medicine associa tion and others whose products, are covered hy the pure food and drug set lias been too much for what vir tue tho administration possesses. There Is no doubt that ('resident Hoosevelt favors the law and has In tended to have It enforced, hut to set tle the many vexatious questions that arise he has relied upon so-called ex perts, Including the bourd of food and drug Inspection, ami the too many cooks employed seem likely to spoil the broth. The president Is more in terested In politics personal politics nnd has hut little time to give to details of the pure food law The va rious combines whose products are af fected by the law have nearly all placed obstacles 111 the way of I s en forcement and desire the law modified In their Interest. Km- Instance, ihe whisky ijuestlon was first taken up by a Select council In Hie department of agriculture, was then discussed at a cabinet ini'e'iug nnd pondeied by the president, was then passed upon b the attorne;, g"n era!, went b.ick to the department of agiictillure, and has lately been through Hip Interna! revenue bureau ami 'be iitlnrnc) general's ofllee 0111 o more. The benzoaie of soda ipiestien was tit m erfull . considered by the I'Otiul nf fond and drug Inspection ami tile decision was ralitied by the .sec ri-t.i - nf agriculture and two other c.i!i::i"t olliceis. Tln-n it was taken up In th" secretary of agriculture again ami as by him refei red once more in tin hoard. It then passed to the ir"-:ieit. who called the board Into ' li s ii ; t ;i ; i-111. and ibat is Its status a' pre ' tit. The corn sirup question Is In viv much ihe same position and 'lie -nit. bur Issue, although not quite so l.n ail alii nil is not very dlffeieiil ly situated. .Meanwhile, although inati suits for viola! Ion of the law liav been recommended to thn de partment of Justice by the department nf agriculture, but few have been bromtht. The question Ir. therefore be ing asked hew far President House- 'l ill'etlils In have Hie law I'll timed I'nr a good while the presi il"tit has been regarded as the main s'av of the law and he has at times tak '11 some Ullipiestioillllily positive steps Iii support of t. His recent ac tion in appointing still number hoard nf sli eat ist.; In p;i.s lljnili snlll" miintci 'lue-'ion will, of coii'-se. operate as a postpiun'iiient and will to some ex tent waken ihe present I'llicient board of I. Ing full It the otlb! mil and ding iiispic' ion by show that the administration has not laiHi in Its rulings, is e. bleat Hint at b ast mime of :i :i 111 1 nl ht rii ' ii ri and other b-sser als ate either cut cniinietent nr else are trying in favor Hi" iut' i- sis affected. The ih. ,r. in cnioielni; iho law against tho who disregard It Is very unfair to those who are pin "stly trying to nln v the law, fo: .11 tee. t ea-"i the pure p. t.pi u an not as 1 .itlcli,,: to I. ok at as Hn.sr wblcii are adulterated. Meanwhile she health of Hi" pie. especially the sickly and the children. Is Injured by the delay In enio-dir.: the law, while n Hepuliileiin ailiulnlsti atlon Is playing polities for the pel petw.lt:. ill of Its power. Protection Does Not Protect. That 1 1: .Vi called protective tariff Is net a producer of prosperity has beeti forced on t), attention of the twist ardent siaiidi:itte-. :-. by the pros ent pinlon-a'd panic. The seerat glass Indiistt ies. especially Ihe window glass trust, are very highly protei led by the tariff. et nccoidlng to the Na tional Class llinlget. a journal devoted lo glass ami tariff protection, many of those Industries are in a bankrupt condition nnd their workmen in a sad plight. The National Class company Is In the hands of a rocdver and sev eral of the nine constituents com p.mte's. are unable lo meet their nbll gallons. "The wt"h's canltl- M In Mccb'tb." says Ihe T'.udV't. "Isn't II patch (jiirhpnrcil to the window glas hell kettle that has Icon boiling for the past few months" The same au thority savs the ho" tie inaiiiifacliiri is have curtailed production in ii'iont one-half the norma capacity of their plants. If from -in in ins per cent, of till ifT protection doe.. , protect tlcse glass trusts and manufacturers from l.anltruptey or depression. Is not ihe evidence overwhelming that protection does not protect eltlu r the trusts or the workliigmen. and yet a Kcpuhllcan roncrcss persists In refusing to revise the .arlff. President's Message Criticised. President Itocsevelt Is fond ol preaching, but In this tedious sermon he combines, to his own disadvantage und that of the causes he alms lo serve, the lurid style of .Inna'hail L'd wards with Hie exuberant vituperation of Thonins W. Law son. . . . Per haps some of those who bnve admired him hitherto will now admire him the more. Hut many who nre not Included either among his blind nnd unreason Ing supporters or among those who cordially disapprove him will regret that he has seen (It to give to congress nnd to the country n document like this, that overreaches itself by Its dlffuseness and dellcleut self restrain' Providence Journal. When the trouble In Washington al both ends of Pennsylvania avenue Is Republics!! rrpnptilhlH'y the pnqn try has Its remedy nt hand In a rfiturn to responsibility and Democracy uu dor the constitution and the laws made in accordance therewith. PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I. Dr. Hartman is sow offering; Penuia to the public a a regular pharmaceu tical product It is just as ethical as any compound put up for the medical profession. No straining of medical ethics can find any fault with it THE PRINCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated in the label on the bottle, that the people may know that the claims made for Peruna have a true justification. The only departure we shall make from medical ethios in the conduct of Peruna affairs in the future, is the fact that we shall continue to advertise and sell our product TO THE PEOPLE. If we would agTee to sell to doctors only, to advertise for doctors only, then the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Peruna a being entirely within their approval. BUT WE SHALL NOT DO THIS. We shall continue to offer Peruna to the people. We shall continue to convey to the people our claims for Peruna as a household remedy. We shall continue to supply the people with free literature, teaching them how to uae our medicine, teaching them how to avoid disease, teaching them many things of benefit to the home. We shall continue to do this, whether the medical profession like it or not We are proposing from this time on to take the public into our confidence. Notwithstanding that some imitators and substitutors will be attempting to put up something which they consider just as good as Peruna, we are going to draw aside the veil of secrecy and allow any one who chooses to know exactly OF WHAT PERUNA IS COMPOSED. This ought to disarm all honest criticism. We expect, however, that crit icism will continue. On some pretext or other those who are envious of the People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Can Now Secure Peruna Tablets. in foreign lands until tho people of all the world are supplied with this valu able household remedy. WE CLAIM PERUNA TO BE A CATARRH REMEDY. Buy a bottle and try it. If it helps you, be honest and acknowledge that it has helped you. If you want us to we will publish your statement exactly as you furnish it to ns. We will add no words, take away no words. If you wish us to we wiil publish your portrait in connection with it We will not do this without your written request, without your entiro consent. Peruna has cured thousands of people of chronic catarrh, in many phases and locations. At least that is what the people say to us, through unsolicited testimonials. Peruna will cure many thousand more, in spite of fabricated slanders to the contrary. WE GUARANTEE EVERY BOTTLE OF PERUNA TO CONTAIN THE INGREDIENTS PRINTED ON THE LABEL. We guarantee that every testimonial we use is absolutely true -in the exact language of the testifier. We guarantee that every photograph published is tho photograph of (he person whose name it bears, that every word of every testimonial was author ized by the hand that signed it We are determined to beat our opponents by being fairer than they are, by dealing squarer than they dare to. We are determined to meet falsehood with truth, duplicity with candor, insincerity with sincerity. We know that the users of Peruna will appreciate our stand. We believe that the doalers in Peruna will applaud our course. We expect even our op ponents will be obliged to acknowledge finally that Peruna is not only an honest and useful remedy, but one of the GREATEST HOUSEHOLD MEDI CINES ON THE CONTINENT. Once In a great while a man actual ly heeds his wife's advice. Lewis' Silurle Hinder Ktlllinlll .V. Yell p;i uc fur .-I'-.-tr- not ... nn... Vein- deni er m- licu-i' l-'.iilniy. Peel in. III. Some men wear good clothes cause they can't afford not to. be- II AT CAl'HKM UK All ( IIK. From Ii-i.iImt In Muv. CiitilH lire tin' iiiiik" fre-iiii-lil . nieu'iif H111.l11. il,.. l.AVATI VI IIIIIIMU 1 t ' I N I ,N K r-ll f H I'll II ii. lv W.I i l.n i 1111 lie A -Jin. What you were, others may an swer for; whut you tried to he, you must unswer for, yourself. John Ruskln. Do You Eat Pie? Tf not you ar missing Tutlf tin" pleasure ol life Juhi erder frnlii vnur Krm -r 11 few packages of "fH lt-l'll-:" iind learn how easy It In to nuiko Lemon. Chocolate und Clmtanl pli-K llial will pleimc you. If your grocer w on't supply you. go to one w ho will. Betrayed by His Language. "Have you any visible menus of support?" usked tho policeman sternly. "Me? Yes, sail. I sure has. As a wash lady mah wife Is out of sight." "Then uhe's not visible," rejoined the policeman, and the march to the patrol box began. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOKIA a safe and sure remedy for Infants und children, and nee that It Hears tho 1 m Signature offf In TTse Fnr Over .'$0 Years. Tho Kind You Have Always Ilo'jght THE SOFT ANSWER. She I will have the last word! He lou have the last lino, my lear, that's a better game. ' Thero la Only One "Bromo Quinine" Thai la Laxative Bromo Quinine USED THE WORLD OYTH TO OUKE A OOLO Im nmf pm. Alwiys remember the full name. for this signature on erery box. success of Peruna will continue to find fault But we are determined to give such people no just complaint PERUNA IS A GREAT MEDICINE. It has become a household word in millions of homes. Our faith in the remedy is stronger than ever. Every year we expect to establish new pUr.U I, Typical Farm Scan. Showing Stuck Kauing in WESTERN CANADA HmiH' of the r)nkt tiitiri fir frrafn (fron it,, Kin. k lalHtiiiriihil inUt il Iiiriiunr In Hi' h'" ''it trii'In il .Hii-kiiU'lit nn ninl Aitifrtu hit v.' i erntlj l-tii Opened (or !f tllTnenl uih1t i'ir , Revised Homestead Regulations Kutrv may timv Iip nuu'' lv prmy f'n I'riiim CHii'lUnntH 1. I Hit (m lift-, iimi tnf, mhi, hn;li- tT, lmlll-r IT MIsttT (if lilt llllt'lulMll hi'Pllf Hlfll'ltT. TIl'Ml-iHI-ll "f ll-ltlt'tti-fllH 1 '' r.it-h r tliu now family nviiilalilr tn ii-. (jr.-.'it tfralii j,'iiiw uu;, ".itM k tinniiiij alul uiis' il In ruling Mi-ctitiiit. TiiTi .mi will liii'l lifiillhftil -',rn:tli. eto.k! lifliflilnirs. di un-tifH fur fimniv .rln. -1imm! fnr vnur I'liMitf! 11, tfuo'l liiMN, fepliMnlitl en ttti'l rallroatU futi vcinciit t Uiat k-'t. Kit try fri in cm-h m- I f III 00 Kor pftr-iph-i't. "I.U J t--t West," piirliiMllitr oh lo r.tifH, iviih', In-tl time lo ami where to Uul, J. S. CItWrORD. 12! W, Ninth Si., Iinait Cily. M. C. J. B80U0UT0N, Boon 4J0 Uuiocy Bid... Cbica-if. IU. THE ONLY Sanitary Durable WAIL COATING In drV Dowtfer fnrrti rnnilii A by mixing with cold water, full directions on every package, applied with an ordinary 7 Inch flat brush. Alabaitln. Ii packed In care fully icaltd anil properly label cd patkagci, In ililecn beaull VSl 'Kh' "hety llfill. hkh IK) ,or l-Altli or chants color, alio hitc a patknia will cover from JlK) tn 450 square lert of wall urlate. These tints may Ixi intermixed to produce innumerable, color effects nnd ycu can Uo tho work yourself. Alnbastinn safeguards health, makes walls sanitary and homes beautiful. Alabastiime Co. IW York City . Grand Rapid., Mich. DEFIANCE STARCH !m ounraa to I "OIFIANCi" IS IUPKRIOH QUALITY I - ook 35a.