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EVERYTHING WAS FAVORABLE
SORRY HE DION'T MOVE TO WEST ERN CANADA BEFORE. Mr. Aiixt In was a man who had never had uuy previous experience In farming, hut Western Cuuada hail al lurements, and he profited, lie got a low-rate ccrllficatc from a Canadian Government agent, and then moved. What ho Bays is interesting: "Hanfurly, Alberta, May 10'08. "J. N. Grieve, Esqr., Spokane, Waah ingtou. Dear Sir: After a dozen or more years of unsuccessful effort in the mercantile business in Western Washington, In August, 1903, decided to come to Alberta with a gentleman who was shipping two cars live stock to Edmonton. I assisted this man with the stock over one hundred miles out In the IJlrch Lake Country, East of Edmonton. Indeed, how sur prised, how favorably everything com pared with my dream of what 1 want ed to see In a new country. "Had never had any experience in farming, but 1 was Immediately con verted Into a farmer. And from that moment I have prospered. Select lug a homestead near lilrch Lnke, I re turned for wife and three small chil dren and freighted out from Edmonton in March following year we shoveled a spot clear of snow und pitched our tent and commenced operations, at that time we had DO neighbors. Kour years have passed, the locality Is well settled, two miles from railway sta tion, with churches and schools, tele phone und good road accommodations. "Wo are enjoying the privileges granted to any rural district in Washington. The Birch Luko Coun try Is no exception, this great trans formation is rapidly going on in every district in Western Canada. "I estimate that every quarter sec tion In every direction is capable of producing a comfortable living for a family of ten forever. After paying for two horses and a cow, had Just $10.00 to go on. Did my first plough ing in my life. I was very awkward In my work, but nature was glad anil 1 was abundantly paid for my efforts. Our cattle has Increased to about fifty head, which was very profitable on ac count of the abundance of forage. To farm waB compelled to buy about four hundred dollars' worth of farm ma chinery on time, and the payments fell due last fall, and you tnz.y wonder how I expected to pay for them when we had such a bad year. 'Twas a little bad for Western Canada or for a Mis sourian. Hut Is not 35 or 40 bushels oats a pretty good yield per acre in many States? Then the price of grain went out of Bight, bo when 1 had sold my crop I found I was ablo to make my payments nicely, besides we had lots of feed. No one has any busl ness raising cattle without growing grain, or vice versa. As to the winters, did not feed my cattle, excepting the calves, a fork of bay until In March. Have found the winters much more pleimant than we did In Western Wash ington. This is strange and hard to explain,' but 'tis true, nevertheless, at 40 degrees below lero we have more comfort than you would at 20 degrees above, so still and dry with bright, Bunny days. My wife says that the only regret she has Is that we did not come here ten years ago, ns we would now certainly have been In a position to retire from bard work. Most wom en Boon become satisfied us neigh bors begin to come round them. Have 98 acres in crop this year, besides two acres potatoes, which havo always brought me a fair price. We find a ready market for everything we produce. To the Poor Man Hero is n chanco to establish yourBelf. To the Rich Man Here Is a chance to buy land for $10.00 to $15.00 per acre which will produce more crops than a half dozen acres of your $50.00 to $75 00 per acre land. And tf not very much mistaken, this year will prove an eye opener to those who aro a little sceptical. The trouble with mo Is that I have so much to say so favornblo to Alberta 'tis hard to be brief. Respectfully, (Signed) "P. 8. AUSTIN." KIND HEARTED JANE. Mistress Have you made tho chick en broth, Jane? Jane Yea, mum; and fed the chick ns with it, ages ago! No Links. Hlxon When he got a divorce from his wlfo he resigned from the golf club. Dixon So now he's entirely un linked. Probably Not. Ella Does Fred klsi you for your mother? Stella Ml I don't think It's for father. lied, Weak, Wrarr Watery i res Relieved by Murine Eyo Remedy. Com pounded by Experienced PhysiOleSM, Con forms to Pure I-'ood and Drug l.uw. Mu rine Doesn't Smart: Sooihes Eye Puln. Try Murine In Your Eyes. At Druggists. Many a man lives a regular cat-and-dog life. Ho purrs In the parlor and barks In tho kitchen. Lewis' Single Hinder straight 5c. M my imiokerB prefer them to 10c cigars. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, III. Water from the Hirer Styx should fee fine for preparing mucilage. PRESIDENT SENDS ACCOMPANYING REPORTS OF THE CONSERVATION CONGRESS URGES NEEDED LEGISLATION Document fn a Measure Is De fense of the Retiring Administration Duty of the Present Generation to Its Descendants Pointed Out Obli gallons of Citizenship Urgent Need for the Development of the Coun try's Water Power. WaililntMnn - With tic trnnittnlKiilon of tii- n-pnrt of tt rmtlunul OOVJaWrVRtton OORimltMlon it nd ao oinpunylnK pumth PrssldsUl RoofSVS.1 also mt a mesimK" to i ongrt'M. Tho following Ih n coni prsbsitsJvt ynoplH or UM lioiunit'nt; The pr IdSPt deilarvn )iin entire con-currrnn- with ths ItfttSfllSflta and con OlUatOfM of the report ami pVMMtiftj "It Is one of the most fundanit-n tally Important docuiiienin vrr laid hefore tht American people. It contain the first In enlory of !( nntural renoiiices ever made hy any natluii In condwmcd form It prstJtntl a Htumncnt of our avallahh capital In mati rliil r soureeK, which an the meann of jiroKrcisH, und calls atten tion to tin ess-ntlal condl Hons upon whh-h the PSfSjitUtty, nafi'ty and welfare of thin nation now rust und must ulnayn continue to rest. "The fuels forth In this report con stitute an Imperative cull to action. Tho situation they dlsclone demundn that we. President Roosevelt. neglertln for a time. If need he, smaller and Ickn vital QttSVtsOttSi shall OOflOSUtfetS an efT- tivc part of our attention upon tin- groat material foundation of na tional sxtetence, in'orcd. ami prosperity, "The llrst of all conftWlorailnns Is the permanent welfare of our people, and true moral welfare, the highest form of w elf are, can not permanently exlm nave on a firm and laxllng foundation of mate rial uell-helng. In thin rospeol our attu atlon i- far from satisfactory. After ev ry MsjSjtbla allowance ha heen made, and when every hopeful Indication has heen given It full weight, the facts still give reason fer gnivo concern. It would he unworthy of BUT history and our In telligence, and dlantrous to our future, to shut our eye to these facta or at tempt to laugh them out of court. The people should and will lightly demand that the great funda mental quattons shall he gtvi-n attention by their rep reanntattveH. I do not advlae hasty or 111 conaldereil action on dlnputed points, hut I do urge, w here the facta are known, where the BUbttfl lnteret la dear, that neither Indifference nnd Inertia, nor ad verse private Interewt. shall le allowed to stand In the way of the public good TlM great haale facta are f.Ir'ii(v well Jcnown We know that our population In now adding about one-fifth to ltn utimbera In ten year, an 1 that hy the middle of the preaent century perhaps 160,000.000 Americans, and hy Its end very many millions more, must be fed nnd clothed from the prodm is of our soil, "We know now that our rivers ean and should be mnde to serve our people ef fectively In transportation, but that the vast expenditure tor our waterways have not resulted In maintaining, much leas In promoting. Inland navigation. Therefore, let US take Immedtate iipa to ascertain the reason nnd to prepar. and ndopt n comprehensive plan for luland wat?rway navigation that w III result In giving the people the henetlts for which they have puld hut whh h they have not 3et received. We know now that our for ests are fast dlappearlng, that less than one-fifth of thern are being conserved, nnd that no good purpose t an bo met by falling to provide the relatively small sums needed for the protection, use, and Improvement of all forests still owned by the government, and to enact, laws to check the wasteful destruction of tha for ests In private hands. "We know now that our mineral re sources once exhausted are gone for ever, and that the needless waste of them costs us hundreds of human Uvea and nearly $30o.ooo,00o a year Therefore, let us undertake without delay the In vestigations necessary before our people will be In position, through state uctlon or otherw . to put an end to this huge loss and waste, and conserve both our mineral resources and tha lives of ths men who lake them from ths earth. "This administration has achieved some things: It has sought, but haa not been able, to achieve, others; It has doubtless made mistakes; but all It has done or attempted has been In the sink' - consistent effort to se cure nd enlarge the rights and oppor tunities of the men and women of the United Btates. We are trying to con serve what Is good In our social sys tem, and we are striving toward this end when we endeavor to do away with what Is bad. Hurcess may be made too hard for some If It is made too easy for others. Tho rewards of common Industry and thrift may be too small tf ths rewards for others, and on the whole less valuable, qualities, are mads too large, and especially If ths rewards for qualities which are really, from ths public standpoint, undesir able, are permitted to become too large. Our aim Is so far aa posslbls to provide such conditions that there ahall be equality of opportunity where there Is equality of energy, fidelity and intelligence; wnsn there U a reason if ; able equality of opportunity the dis tribution of rewards will lake curs Of Itself. "The unchecked existence of monop oly is Iticompnllble with equality of opportunity. The reason for the ex ercise of government control over great monopolies la to cquallio opportunity. We are lighting ugalnnt privilege. It was made unluwful for corpomlions to contribute money for election est penes In order to ahrldge the power of special privllego at the polls. Hall road rate control Is an attempt to se cure an equullty of opportunity for all men affected by naJt transportation ; and that means alt of us. The great anthracite coal strike was settled, und the pre hIiii; danger of a coal famlns averted, because ws recognised thut the control of a public necessity In volves a duty to the people and that public Intervention In the affalrw of a public servieo corporation Is nelt her to be resented as usurpation nor per mitted 1 a privilege by the corpora tion, but on the contrary to be ac cepted as a duty and exercised as a right hy th government In ths In terest of all the people. The sili cic n c y of the n r ni y nnd I ho navy has been Innfieeed so that our people may follow In pence the great work of making this country a belter place for Americans to live In, and our navy wa sent round the world for the same Ultimate purpose. All the acts taken by the government during the last Seven year, and nil the policies now hiing pursued by the ilnv. tiuin nt, tit In as parts of a consistent whole. "The enacl ment of a pure f ood law wan a recognition of the fact that the public welfare outweighs the right to pri vate gain, and that no man may poison the people for his private proltt. The employers' llnhtllty bill recog nised ths controlling fact that while the employer OS US U T bun nt stake no more than his profit, t he stake of the employe Is a living for hi ui self und Ills family. "We are building the I'nnnnin canal; and this means that we are engaged In t he giant engineering feat of all time. We are striving to add In all ways to the habltabillty and beauty of our country We are striving 10 hold In the public lands the remaining supply of unappropriated coal, for the protection anil benefit of all the people. We have taken the flrt steps toward tho conservation of our nntural re source, hi n i tho betterment of coun try life, and the Improvement of our waterways We stand for the right of every child to a childhood free from grinding toll, nnd to an education; for the civic responsibility and decency of every cltlsen; for prudent fore si srht In public matter, nnd for fair pluy In every relation of our national and economic life. In International matters we apply a system of diplo macy which puts the obligations of International morality on a level with those that govern the actions of an honest gentleman In dealing with his fellow-men Within our own border ws stand for truth and honesty In puhllo und in private life, and wu war stern ly against wrongdoers of every grade. All theur efforts are Integral parts of the same attempt, the attrmpt to enthrone Justice nnd righteousness, to secure freedom of opportunity to all of our cltixens. now nnd hereafter ami to set the ultimate Interest of all of us rbove the temporary interest of any individual, class, or group. "The nation, Its SjnvSfnSjient, and Its resources exist, first of nil. f nr ths American citizen, whatever his creed, rare, or birthplace, whether he be rich or poor, educated or Ignorant, pro vided only that he I a good cltlsen. recognizing his old I gat lona to the na tion for the rights and opport unities which he owes to tho nation. "The obligations, and not the rights, of citizenship Increase in proportion to the increase of n man's wealth or p' i ivt-r The 1 1 me Is coming when a man will he Judged, not by what he has succeeded In g ttmg for himself from the common si ore, but by how Spell he has done his duty SS a citizen, nnd by what tin- ordinary citizen tias g lined in freedom of opportunity be cause of his service for the common gond The highest value we know la that of the Individual cltlsen. and the highest Justice Is to give him fair play In the effort to realise the In at there Is In him. "The tasks this nat Ion has to do are great taski. They can only bo done at all by our citizens acting to gether, and they can be done best of all by the direct and simple applies Hon of homely common Mnss. Ths application of common sense to common problem! for the common good, under the guldVnee of he principles Upon which this republic wns based ami hy virtue of which It exists, spells psr petutty for the nation, civil and Indus trial liberty for Its citizens. and freedom of opportunity In the pursuit of happiness for the plain American, for whom this nation was founded hy whom It was preserved, and through whom nlone It can be perpetuated. Upon t hi platform -larger than any party differences, higher than class prejudice, broader than any question of profit and loss there Is room for every American rrha realises that tho common good stands first." Accompany in tr the m- re are ex planations and recommendations of work to he done for the future good of the country. The president says: "It is especially Importnnt that the develop ment of water power should be guard ed with the utmost care both by the national government and by the atntea In order to protect the people against the upgrowth of monopoly and to in sure to them n fair share in the bene fits which will follow the development of this great onset which belongs to the people and Should bo controlled by them. "I urge that provision be made for both protection and more ranni stwal. optnent of the nnttonal forests, other wise, either the increnuirig use SfthsBS forests by the people must be oheoked or their protection ugalnnt fire miiMt u uaugerouniy weuKoneu. I r we compare the actual fire damage on sim ilar arens on private and national for est lands during the past year, the g-overnrnent tire patrol saved commer cial timber worth as much as the total cost of caring for all national forests at tho present rats for about ten years. "I especially commend to congresn the facts presented by the commis sion ns to the relation between for ests nnd stream flow In Its bearing upon the Importance of the forest lands In natlonul ownership. With out an understanding of this ultimate relation the conservation of both these natural resources must largely fall. "The time hns fully arrived for rec ognizing In tho law the responsibility to the community, ths state, and the nation which rests upon the prlvato ownership of private lands. The own ership of forest land Is a public trust. The man who would handle his forest as to cause erosion nnd to Injuro stream How must be not only educuted. but he must bo controlled." In conclusion tho president urges upon congress the desirability of maintaining a national commission on the conservation of ths resources of the country. He adds: "I would also advise .that an appropriation of at leaat $30,000 be made to cover tho ex penses of the national conservation commission for necessary rent, assist ance and traveling expanses. This Is a very small sum. I know or no other way in which the appropriation of ao small a sum would result In so large a benefit to ths whole nation." THE WONDERBERRY. Mr. Luther Rurbank. the plant Willi- of California, has originated u wonderful now plant which growH auy whero, in any soil or climate, and bears great quantitieu of luscious terries all the Reason. Plants am grjwn from seeii, and It takes only three months tn got them in bearing, and they may bo Krown and fruited all numiner in tho garden, or In pots during the win ter. It is unquestionably the gn ateht Finn Novelty ever known, and Mr. Buibank has mado Mr. John Lewis Cliihls, of Floral Park, N. T the in troducer. He says that Mr. Cbllds Is om of the largest, best-known, fair est and most reliable, SeedBtnun In Aiii-iica. Mr. Child! is advrrtlEing eed of the Wonderm-ny nil over tho world, and offering grout inducements to Agents for taking orders for It. ?hll berry Is so fine and valuable, and o easily grown unywln re, that eTory body should get H nt once. ONE THING AT A TIME. Have jron noticed that tlx' foat'onoBS Mrcr talks about otln-r women?" ' How could she? Slio n ill! tho Unit' talking about bMMtt." Too Much for Hl Mind. "Mf first Impulses. " walled the Snd Eyed Individual, "are Invariably Kood. In bet, I think that I may venture, without feor of undue exasperation, to Bay that they are very good. Hut 1 never act on them! I ulways aci on leeond thoughts. Tills trait In my char acter has ruined my career, becnuse my second thoughts are alwaya bad! In fact, I think I may any, without fear of misrepresentation, that they're punk " "Well," suggested lie who wus lis tening, "why don't you wait until third thoughts, and act on them?" Mournfully, despondently, the Sud Eyed Individual shook his head. "My dear sir," he groaned, "I never had ihrec successlvo thoughts about anything In my life!" Anger Shrinks Vitality. Pr Maurice de Kleury, a distin guished Frenchman, advances the the ory that every time one becomes an gry his vitality shrinks After evon the most artfully suppressed signs of bad temper the vitality becomes small er and smaller, until finally nothing It left Anger Is a certain kind of ce rebral excitement, explains Dr. de Floury. The hypcrasthenlc subject Is always on its verge, wblle the neuras fhttilc becomes Infuriated only by a sudden bound of reaction excited from without, ltut at that moment when they are let loose the two are nllke, save that the strong man Is a blinder brute, while the weak man is some what of un BCtor and seems to aim at effect. A Slight M ,r.underatandtno. Little Helen Bntley of Loa Angeles, sged live, dairly loves her grundma, wbo has been living with her und her parents. Kecently giaudmu went to Seattle for a visit, and caught cold on tho way. When she urrlved there, she wrote back to Helen's parents that she had reached Seattle, but had bad a hard light with tho grip. Helen wanted to hear what grandma bad to say, and the letter was read to her. Soon afterward she saw one of her neighbors, ami exclaimed: "Oh, Mrs. Smith, we've had a letter from grand ma. She got to Seattle all right, but she had a terrible light with bar va lise." Editorial Verdict. Prom a serious -minded Jester the editor received this note, together with a consignment of humor that was heavy enough to go by freight: "Bear Sir: I read all these Jokes to my wife, and she laughed heartily. Now, I have It on good authority that when a man's wife will laugh at his Jokes they are hound to bo very gyod or slie Is. Yours, etc." Tho editor slipped them Into the re turn i n i elope with the le.er. after writing on the margin: "Slio U" JOY WORK And the Other Kind. Did you ever aland on a prominent corner at an early morning hour and watch tin- throngs of people on their way to work? Noting the number who were furring themselves nlong be cause It mount their daily bread, nnd the others cheerfully und eagerly pur suing their way because of love of their work. It is p fact that one's food hns much to do with It. As nn example: If an engine has poor oil, or a holler Is fired with poor coal, a bad result 1b certain, Isn't It? Treating your stomach right Is the keystone that uBtins the arch of health's temple and you will llnd "Grape-Nuts" ns a dally food Is the most nourishing and beneficial you can use. We have thousands of testimonials, real genuine little heart throbB. from people who simply tried Grape Nuts 5ut of curiosity aa a last resort with the result that prompted the testimo nial. If you hnvc never tried Ornpe-Nuts U'b worth whllo to give it a fair Impar tial trial. Remember there are mil lions eating Grape-Nuts every day they know, nnd wo know if you will uae Grape-Nuts every morning your work Is more likely to be Joy-work, be cause you can keep well, and with the brain well nourished work Is a Joy. Read the "Road to Wellvllle" in every package "There's a Reason." ! MISSOURI NEWS I i I Oldest Editor In State Dead. Dlooinlngton William Osman, who is dead at OttftM, Wd 110 had the distiiK Hon of being the oldest editor In Illonls working actively at his desk each day. Ho entered the employ of tho Ottawa Freetrader in 1840 and had since l ii conneiied with thai paper, owning Hie plant since the civil WW, He sered with distinction In the Mex ican war. He was editor of the Cnl eago Democrat for a brief period prior to the civil war. Ho lias long been a fearb la and uncompromising Demo crat, siipoprtiug all nominees of that party i xe. pt llryan In IM6. Ha haa written the editorials of his paper al most entirely for more than forty years and was one of the best-known editors of the provincial press in the I'nlted States. His dentil was rather sudden, in ing stricken with Mnrtt llright's disease but a abort time ago. Explosion Kills One; Maims Three. Webb City One dead and three In jured is the result of a premature ex plosion at the Bird Dog mine north of here Zeke Clullett of Jopiin was killed Tin Injured are Dun Kii hard Bon. wbo will lose an eye. Perry t'uu- plor and K. T. Norrls All will live, (illicit was lamping the hole at the moment and received the full force of the shut In the face His head ami upper part of the body were frightfully mutilated. He was thirty years old and unmarried. MiBsourl Cities Owe $31,063,008 Jefferson City The bonded indebt edness of the cities mm towns of Mis souri, lot lulling St. Lottif city, ub re ported to the sia'o auditor on July 1, 1(108, amounts to $.31, wis. (ins. which shows a decrease over July 1, LSM, of M)T4itMI The bonded Indebtedness of counties and townships on July 1. IHOS. amounted in the aggregate to 5,771, 4."iil. showing a decrease of $."iSS,MlS from that sort of indebtedness ou July I, 1'JuC. Hadley Argues for State. Kansas City -The chief feature In the Missouri railroad rate ease lu the v-deral court here was the address by Gov. Hadley for the state. His argu ment consumed about two bouis' time. The governor criticised the tactics of the Missouri lines and declared that the division of state and Interstate business was designed by carriers for legal purposes. Work Resumed on Frisco Shops. Springfield Work on the fl,$QQ,90f Frisco locoenotive works has been re sumed here and will be rushed to completion by July I. The Arnold Construction Company, of Chicago, re ceived orders to begin tho work, and a force of men, steuiu shovels and oilier equipment were placed on the ground. Salem Has a $6000 Fire. Snleni Fire originating In the mil linery store of Mrs Ida Rutherford did dan. age to the ejnOQttl of $6000 The building occupied by Mrs Rutherford was destroyed The storeroom adjoin ing, occupied by W H. Cattell. grocer, and an Unoccupied building owned by (). F. ICvans were damaged. Charter for Trolley Line. Springfield The secretary of state issued a license to Incorporate to the WaU began, Rnekfonl and Elfin Trac tion company, it is proposed to con struct an electric road from Wauke gnu to Woodstock. Marengo. Kockford. Beivldere, Kin in. Antlocb ami MUbura, Loten Dale Trial Begins. Carml. The UOteQ Dale murder case wan called for trial in the circuit court Thursday and the selection of a Jury begun. Dale is charged with murdering John w. Fuifonli a promi nent horseman, 08 Man. street in this city in Mnrch. Charleston Goes Dry. Charleston. As the returns come in from the local option election, Sat urday, the victory for the dryB la more complete. Kvery one of ihe thirteen precincts gave a majority for the drys, with one precinct yet to hear from, Officially the majority is tu. Latham Woman Suffers Paraiysis. Lteooln, Mrs. Smellne Hunt, a res ident of Latham, was found uncon scious lying on the Hour of her home, having suffered a severe stroke of parulysis. Her right side Is pa rallied and her condition Is considered criti cal. G Company Attacks Law. ChiiiicoiiK The conatitutionality of the public utility enabling act, passed by the lust legislature, is attacked In the proceedings recently heard in the Livingston county circuit court and wbtCh Is now under advisement by ludgo Trimble. Company Blamed for Miner's Death. Carlylo A Jury In the Marlon coun ty circuit court decided that a coul mining company Is responsible for the death of a Bhotllror becuuo of the use of an alleged defective squib furnished by tho company. Henry Taylor, who wad employed as a shotflrer. was killed by a premature explosion. His wife brought suit against the company for damageB. The main point In the case was whether or not the squib was defective, and if ao, waa the com pany liable. acts $ur yd vqw Qwftvfi qwcs, cXeawse assies QntW0VGTWWin$ To 0e W's bcuc5vcvo cjjecis aXwaysbuy lv& CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50'ABOTTUI BRIGHT SIDE TO BUSINESS. Occasional Flash of Humor Enlivena Chase After Dollar. It Ib supposed that business lettera aro deficient In humor. Still there have been exceptions, and the luteal. Bent by a member of the well-known wholesale sea;, making firm of (let na say! Cake K Son, Is one of the most brilliant. A retail dealer In a small way had sent for a consignment of their goods: "Gentlemen (be writes) "wborefor you have not sent me tha sope? Is It bekawso you think my money la not ao good os nobody elsesT Dam you, Cake & Son! wherfor have you not sent the sope? l'lcaso send sope at once, and oblige yours respect fully. Richard Jones. P. 8. Slnco writing the above my wife haa found the sopo under the counter." SKIN ERUPTION CURED. Was So Sore, Irritating and Painful That Little Sufferer Could Not Sleep Scratched Constantly. Cuticura's Efficacy Clearly Proven. "When about two nnd a half yearn old my daughter broke out on her hlpo and the upper parts of her legs with very Irritating nnd painful eruption. 1$ began In October: tho first I noticed Waa a little rod surface nnd a constant desire en lo r part to serai eh her limba. She could not sleep nnd the eruptlona got Bore, nnd yellow water camo out of them. I bad two doctors treat her, but she grew worse under their treat ment. Then I bought the Ciitlcura Remedies and only used them two weeks when she was entirely well. This w as In February, she haa never had another rough place on her skin, and she Is now fourteen years old. Mrs. R R. Wh (taker, Winchester. Tonn.. Sept. 22, 190S." Poiu-r Dm a Oasm Oare Sols Pieee HIS FATE. Mr. Dude I vas thinking how much I resemble your carpet ulways at your feet, van know. Miss Sly Yes, very much like my carpet. I'm going to shake It soon. "A Little Cold is a Dangerous Thing" sr.d oltrn leads to hnsty disease snd drath when neglected. There are many ways to treat s cold, but there is only one tight way use the nght remedy. DR.D.JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT is the surest snd safest remedy known , for Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Pleurisy. It cures when other remedies tail. Do something for your cold in time, ou know what delay means, yon know the remedy, too Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant. BoIIUm In llm lizci, $1, 50u 25c ST. LOUIS DIRECTORY WOHLER GRAND RESTAURANT Co. i os North Bint treat SL Tvouls. Mo. nest Popular Price Ue taurant In City for Ladles and Umt!mn Whan In M. Louis visit us.