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7 YEARS SUFFERING I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Wbvfla, Okla. "1 had female trou bles for bp Ten yearn, was all rundown. innu so narrow I jiild not do any- thlnir. The doctors treated mo fur dif- lerent things but iuiu mo no koou. I Rot bo bad that I could not eleen day or nrlir AVI, (in Ir. H this condition 1 read of I.ydsa E. Pink- 1 ham's Vegetable Compound, and Wan Its use and wrote to Mrs. Flnkham for adrlco. In ' a short time I had gained my arerags weight and am now strong and well." Mrs. Bailie Btevenr, Li. 1 V., J?o. 1 8, Hi i ai, Wuurlka, Okla. Another Grateful Woman. Iluiitiugton, Mass. "I was inaner tous, rundown condition and for three years could find no help. "I owo my present good health to Lydia K. I'inkfiam's vegetable Com- uund and Blood 1'urilier which 1 be cto saved my life. "My doctor knows what helped me and does not Bay one word against It." Mrs. Maui Jaxttte Uateh, Box 134, Huntington, Mass. Because your caso Is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do Dot continue to suffer w ithout giving l.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial. It surely has cured ruany cases of female Ills, such as In flammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pams, backache, that bearing -down ieoluig, and ucrvuua prostration. If Afflicted with Suit vjmt, umj ; Thompson's Eyt Watsr TREASURED SECRET WAS OUT Football Referee'a Devotion to Duty Evidently Had Got Him Into Serious Trouble. The referee had swallowed the whistle It was very unfortunate, but It win not his fault A burly forward had charged him fairly in tlio center of his back, sending the whistle down his throat "The game must end!" cried some one "We can't do without a whlstlo." "It'a all right'" gasiod tho referee, "I've got a suBstltute. We can go on " lie produced a latch key from his pocket, and as the gamo commenced blew several hearty blasts on his new whistle. Suddenly a woman's voice, loud and angry, was heard ubovo tho roar of thn gamo. "Kerdlnand, what docs this mean, sir! Where did you get that latch key?" Then Ferdinand slunk off tho field, for I ho volro was tho volco of his wife Open-Air Schools Increasing. Since January 1. H'07. sixty fire OpOB-atr schools for children nflllrted with or predisposed to tuberculosis havo been established in twenty eight citlcB, according to an announcement made by tho NaUonal Association for tho Study and Prevention of Tubnrcu losls. Tho first open air school In the United States was established on Jan uary 1, 1907, by tho board of educa tlou of Providence, R, ! at the In stance of Dr. Ellen A. Stono The next Bchool waa established In Mny of the same year at Pittsburg, nnd tho third at Boston In July, 1908. Ac cording to tho reports received by the National Association, the result of the opou-alr class-work has been to re store most of tho children to normal health and efficiency One of those open air schoolB or classes should be established for each 25,000 popula tlon. especially In cities DAME NATURE HINTS When the Food la Not Suited. When Nature glvos hor algnal that omothlng 1ft wrong tt la generally with Uio food; tho old Dnmo 1 always faithful und ono should act at once. To put off Uio chango 1b to risk that which may bo Irreparable. An Arl zona man says: "Frrr yenre I could not Bafely eat any hroakfnst. I tried all kinds of breakfant fooda, but they woro all soft, starchy niessoa, whlcli gavo mo di:-tr: i.liin licodachoa. I drank Btrong coffeo, too, which appeared to benefit mo at tho time, taut added to tho bead nchea afterward. Tooat and coffee woro no hotter, for I found tho toant very coJiEtlpatlng. "A friend persuaded mo to quit cof feo and tho starchy broakfnat foodB, BBS uae Postum and Grape-Nuta In stead. I Btiall novor regret taking hla j advice. "Tho change they havo worked In me Is wonderful. I now havo no more of the distressing sensations In my stomach after outing, and I never havo any headaches). I havo gained 12 pounds In weight and feel better In every way. Grape-Nuts mako a de licious as well as a nutritious dish, and I find that Postum Ib easily dl geatod and never produces dyBpepsIa ymptoms." Nome given by Postum Co., Hattta Creek. Web. Get the little book. "The Rood to Wellyllle." In pkgB. "Tharo's Rear on." Rs-er eend tUe abava letter? A new sine nnpenra from time to time They Br jrenulnr. true, sad full of ausaaa BaSafSSs ill' BREAD THAT WILL NOT DRY Recipe tor Potato Yeast nd tor j Wholesome Variety of the Staff of Life. Succetiful Breari. Tare anil boll I three Ruoil sled potatoes In Baited 1 Water; when cooked DUMB them and j add the water thev . bolted In Whan hike wurm add three taaspoolU of ragar, one tebteapoon of tui'. and une tablespoon of flour Stir well and add a cal.e of yeuat. Tills xhouhl lx Bufftclanl to make one quart of yeast; If not. add luke warm water to make the amount Set away over night In the morning prepare about three baaping quarts of Hour, make i anal- low place In the eenler. take one pint i Of yeast and make a gBOBga; If Ikon j Is not sufficient snongV for the j amount of bread wanted add hike- j warm water This amount should make four largo lrmvoB When thn j sponpn appears foamy, or covered i with small bubbles, mix quit" firm, 1 and when raised to twice Its site It Is ready to form Into loaves. Do not mix hard like some people do. but form the loaves with only SBSagh handling to round them Lot rise again for about half an hour, then hake In n medium hot oven, but Increase the ! heal as the bread rises When next ', makliiK use the same re lx as you I Started with, hut Instead of using a rake of yeaM add the pint of yenst I left from the lasi baking You ran ! have delicious rolls or huns by taking ' a ploro of dough about the Bl.e re uuln'd for a loaf of bread: add a tablespoon of lard and a lutie itigar; form Into whatever shape desired, and lot rlie until very light This np pears like a v. hole lot of work, hut It Is not. as the yeast can be mud" while preparing dinner the Bight be- fore by looking a few extra potatoes i and adding I ho water they were hotted in After breakfast the next ' morning prepare Iks Bragg and It will j be baked before noon, and you will have good, wholesome bread which will not dry out. aa the bread made from the store yeast does SOMETHING NEW IN TOASTERS Pacific El Tosto Is an Electrical De vice Which Also Is I Warm ing Table. "In proved" seems to be the watch word as to household electrical tie rtOM, The Pacific Bl Tosto hole lllus An Improved Toaster. t rated shows SOaMtM&g BOW S warm hs3 labia OB the top to keep the coffee pot or any other dish w.irm during t In meal If you wish to prepare zwie back Just lay i he toast upon this shelf until It Is well dried through Popu lar Mechanics. Covera for Dreaaing Table. Although liurcau nnd drcDglng tnhln oovors Busy bs of gtasggt any malarial, ninny of the prettleat are mude of llnon. I'lnhroldorfd by band, If mudo nt home, or BtBtthtnt apabroldomd If i bought In tho hhopH. Thi'lc Hull uuirkly, ho. u-r, und 1 ihoao made of natural llnon should be a boon to the hiiHy houaowlfe. A pret ty pair of tin se WOTS made of ecru llnon, i dg' d with tauttonhol.' rm- broidery In uhlto und n tendril do- sign as a border Thoao are cool looking, und do not Shots the noil us rnadlly iih So the white OSMMS. Fried Applea. Those are iiIbo excellent served with any form of pork. Select lurgo. firm npples, rnther tart, and wash without paring. Core, cut In Blicea half an Inch thick, then brown In pork fat or 'Hitter, turning with a pancake turner. 10 they will not break. They should bo tender, taut not broken. If pre ferred n trifle sweet, sprinkle sugar und cinnainon over tbe uncooked side lust before turning. Krldl apples ara oBperially nice With fried pork or sfsnggag, Gingerbread With Cream. One-hall cup sugar, one tablespoon fill butter, one egg. pinch of salt; one cup good light molnsBOB, ono teaspoon ground ginger, one teaspoon tanking Bodn. dissolved In three-fourth cup cold water, two eapa flour. Hake slow ly In deep pnn. Can tao served cut In Biju.irea, with whipped eronm for des serf. Whip one-half pint cream, add two tablespoons powdered sugar fslft ed) und one-hulf teaspoon vnnllln. Servo on the warm gingerbread Very nice with n llsh dinner. Buckwheat Cakes. Two cupB of buckwheat flour, on of wheat flour, a UtUt Bait, three tea IpOOM baking powder; mix thorourh y ami add about nqual parts of milk and water until the batter Is of the right coriBlBtcncy, then Btlr until fre from lump". If they do not brown veil, add a little rool&BBefl. WILL LOOK TO CANADA FOR WHEAT ONE REASON WHY AMERICANS GO TO CANADA. In tho Chicago Inter OoOBB of a few days Blnco reference wkh made to the tact that In 1909 the United States raised 71741,000 bushels of wheat, and lust year grew only SSG,443,0O0, a decrease of 11,746,006 bushels. Tho artlclo went on to say: "True wo raised last year more than enough v heat for our own needs, but It Is np- i rarent that if production continues to ' decrease in thai ratio wo will soon ! be obliged to look to other countries for wheat to supply our rapidly In- ' creasing population." Tho purpose of the artlclo was to k'iow that reciprocity WM to bo de sired. This Is u question that I do not propose to deal with, preferring to leave It to others who have made a greater study of that economic ques tion than I have Tho point to bo considered is, with tbe high price of lands In the United Stntes, nnd with the much lower priced lands of Can ada, and their ability to produce prob ably more ulmiiilnutly, Is It not well for the United States fiirmer to toko advantage o( tho opportunity Canada affords with IIb lower-priced lands and take a part In supplying the needs nf the United Stilton, which It Is quite . apparent miiBt come sooner or later? ' It Is probable there are now about 300,000 American farmers in Western Canada, cultivating large farms, and becoming rich, in tho growing of 2b and 30-bushel tothe acre w heat, In pro during large yields of oats and barley, and In raising horses nnd catilo cheaply on the wild prairie grasses that are there, both succuUnt and abundant All these find a ready mar ket at good prices. Amongst tho Americans who have made their homos j In Canada are to be found rolonies of Scandinavians, und all are doing well I have before me a letter from nn American Scandinavian, now n Cana dian, an extract from which Is lnlor ostlng Writing from Turtle Lake, Saskatchewan, ho says: "I came up here from Fergus Falls, Minn., October 24th. 1910. and thought I would let you know how I have boon getting along We had n very mild winter up to New Year's, but since then It has been quite cold and lots of : snow, but not worse than that wo I could bo out ."very day working, even though we had 6f below BBfrs) a few times, but we do not feel the cold hero the Bame iib wo did In Minnesota, as It Is very still and thn air Is high and dry. This Is I splendid plnce (or rattle raising and mixed farming. There la some willow brush and small poplars on part of the land, which Is rolling and covered with splendid grass In the summer. Not far from hero there Is timber for building ma terial. There are only I Norwegians here, C Scotchmen. I Hermans The lake Is 20 miles long and full of very flee fish. "Thero Is n lot of land yet thai has not been taken and room for many settlers, and we wish you would send One settlers up hero, as thero are : fine prospects for them, especially for those who have h little money to start with. Send them here to Turtle Late, and wo will show them the land. If they havo secured pints, showing the vacant lands, at the Dominion ltnds office in Dattleford Send us up some good Scandinavians this spring " The C'nnndlan government agents will try to meet bis wishes Abaent-Mlnded Bridegroom. lohn Aduina haa gtsrggSJ been ub acnt minded, aaya the KntiHiia Cl'y Journal Yoaterdny he wont with Ida l'o of KnnaiiH City, Mo , to KaBfMS 1 City, Kan , to he married by Paul Huff, nrtlng probate Judge. When Judge Huff HHked him If he Would ' tuke thlH Hiuunn to bo your lawfully wedded wife," ho wim looking out of the window and didn't answer. "If you've liny doubt about It wo will Btop rlgln here," tbe bride said defiantly, AdaniH prostata! thnt ho had not hoajtatod nt all, but hnd merely been llikiklng ubout Eumethlng olae. The eereivu tiy waa completed Without further hitch. 'llllil INTO YOflt MIOF.h Allen's 1 . ' l.n Hie Ai.'i- , powder fur Tired srlilng, swullen. nerruus feet, (lives rest snu eeaxfeft, MakeHw.isin.adeiight. SokSwaffatsare SV. bMS Sssfast any oubstllute. Kur KUKL .ouipl.. addrvss Aliens. Uluisled. 1... Key, N. Y- The trutli la that the love of dross Is. next after drink and gambling, one of the atSfSSg of our rountry. Mrs. Humphrey. If vou move to another flnt thin flprtnK you will havo to pot UBorf to a now b t of nolHCH and iutli.jort4. enjoy good lwviltl), tnk fiurfnli Tm, it outM rofihlipntion mid rpnuhtes the Uwr und kidneys. A woman's mind omibloB her " rifiob a conrUiriion without .starting. Mr Wine.liw'H Hnnthlny Hyrup for Children tilniir. fi'-ii" the funi nrduPftN liinrama iluu. ssl.s.s p. cures wintl MUtt tbe s tsotUc. Most WOOMD would be very unloU'r -Hting If tbey couldn't talk. To keep the blood pure and the skin ileur, drink liarheld 1uB bcfotO retiring. No nirin becomes a jailbird JUBt for a lark. GETTING READY. a a. c fx. Colored Harbor -Is yo' gwluo to de Cakewalk tonight? Oilier Darky Suah. What do yo' think I got yo' to sharpen mah razor to'? Johnson and tne Smart Children. Hill of Indignation against such par ents as delight to produce their young ones early into the talking world. Sam uel Johnson gave a gootl ileal of pain, by refusing to hear the verses the chil dren could recite, or the songs they could sing. One friend told htm that his i wo sons should repeat Oniy's Elegy to him alternately, ihat he micln Judge who had the happiest ca donee "No pray, air," said he. "let the dears both speak at once" A Jar of Reslnol Ointment la a Handy Remedy to Have In the House All the Time. In twenty yearB' experience ns a nurse I have never found as good a remedy for Skin Troubles, Ei .etna, etc , ns Hoslnol Ointment lis cooling, healing effect or sore nipples is truly wonderful Mrs. T. II Henderson, Albany. N Y. You can get Heslnol Ointment at the drug store. Care of the Child. II Is announced that Ixis Angeles county government will In future ex priul as much money upon societies for the care of cMldron as It dtws now upon societies that look after the welfare of animals This Is well Perhaps. In course of time, we may come to regard ehll dieti us of equal Importance with hofsei and dogs. i Solely to Blame. IMnr Wtin Is that kIukIhr 1 ' drciid- fuii out of Una Ui siuuruiit Proprtator it in my wife Diner Partsaaa tbe aaeonpaaM play a out of tunc. R I' She 1h BOOOfflpgnylBg licrselfl l.uudun Opinion ED QEER8, "Tha old tmn" ba it- culK'd for he is so hunt -' handlins boraaa in raoat. He tun; "1 bava usrd SPOHK'S DIBTEMPER CURE fur 12 yaara, aluays with best aaooaai, It is the oau remedy I know to cure ittl LvfBM of 'liteinper an I p.rrvent borsn in same tta bla bayiai tha waaMt.'1 80e n! $1 bot tlr AH tlniKnif-tg, or rnanubtrturrr SpoUn Medica1 Co., CbeinistH, (ioshen. It.! A Backhanded One, He--Tho aroat trouliU with Gub lili'lKh la hi' talkn too much. She That's atriuigiv When he'a lii'en with tin- he'H acarcaly mild a word. He Oh. ba'S too much of a ggBl!s man to Uttormpt Your Drimel't Will Tell tun Murln.- V.y llemedy Hallevra Hon Kyi r HtrengtlieiiM Weak liyeH. Ilnesn t Hnuirt, HofitheM My.' '.un. Try It In Bftby'a Kyea for Hculy t:ellda and tlrauuluttuii. If a girl Iiiik a grown up brother nhe urgiilrea a prolty fair knowledge of men without having to paM tnrougb the ngoiileM of mutrimoiiy. Vature's lnxalive. (Jnrfit'ld Tea. over enmo. cnn.tii.itii.u and is idenlly suited to tSBS up the system in the Spring. Who go neglects learning In hlh youtli, loaea the pnKt nud la dead for the future KurlpldeB. 1-ewis' Pintle Hinder give, the .moker g nrh, mellow tastiag 5e cignr. Some woman nre like some old hen. set In their ways. EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER Tt will b ws)1fOmg) nrw to tfyipttptlM to Ir-nrn of tt rniftly thiit. In thn opinion of thousand", in tin n.Mlut. QUfi for In- I dlKruilon nnd nil fortiif nf itoflUflh l run i Ide, gnd, better "till. It U fruarnnteiMl to : do no Tht rtmtdiy la Dr. CuldwrU'ti Syrup PtpgTsIa We all know thn vnlun of NN ppln IB Indtgeitlnn, utiil add to this sninn . v roptlunnl laxativ IusTrpdlntii und ymi 1 hav a truly wOBttorfUl remedy. Mr. T W Worthy of Forsyth. (Ja., got to thn point whrro h could not even eat or til- ! jest voffetahlen Had after many yeurs of j eeklnx he found thn euro In Ir. f'ald welt's) Syrup Poptln. Mr. Rudy Kasner of . Mollnu, HI.. In tho nam' bud pre- , dicaniunt with his ntonuxch, took tiy r up I Tho obtp In whiob many fond hopes; ibttvrt tu nt ltirt rail i t Garfield Ten. invaluable in tlir treat nient of liver and kidmy diseases! It Is not necessarily true that tho worst 1h yet to come. Bioauso of thoe ugly, ffrtzzly, Mr ay hairs. Uo "LA GIBSON'S ONE GOOD POINT In the Old Gentleman's Eyea It Out weighed Any Slight Error In Orthography. The old man hud given hbi son a very fair education, and had taken him Into his shop. The young fellow was over nice about a grout many thihr.B, bill the lather made no com ment lino day an order came In from "1 son. customer h U) goodness," exclaimed the Kit tilbson would learn to spell "What! Ihe mailer with It In quired the father, cheerfully "Why. he spells coffee with n k.'" "Nn does he? 1 never noticed It " "Of course you never did." said the son. pettishly. "You never notice any thing like that." "Perhaps not. my son." replied the oltl man gatHly i "but there Is ono thing 1 do notice, which you will lenru by and by. aud that Is that t; lb son pays cash." AN ESTABLISHED FACTORY Producing rtindlffj goods usrd by stor, bank, brmen tnd pnottaslly tvtiybodya it mdinf it ijmcmJ representative to pea it dUtribttUiu oAm For tin distriot nn.il otbtT MWCCttSmd territory and dwlfW a rassdent dtaribtittr with tott) to in OeUh, OArryiOfl rtook f'"" inmuvliatrly filial ordr; wt tUow to bmbId lv c fnnniNit ion, cxtm OOntttMiOBi, of BM ami Othtf ttMBMW, DJf contract, at conling to mrc of district allotted and t(wk carried; p'nuani-nt arnuiKfincntf . reft ri'ticcs rr-inirrd. H yon can till re- BuirnamtM writa prompt "tibertj " itanuf sctuiitBi ftanlition. HO wart llu ron Bl t hicago. Hie Business Improving. "Yea," Fald tbe old Ituly. "now thiit pprlnic Is With up bUSlMM will plrk up wit h tho old man." Ankod What tio did for a living, alio repliad: MW1I, ho Mill rabbit fot t for wutrb charms nn' to Btnvo off IkmkIooh, an' ho doae Una with ntUatnalM ratUati but bo nakafl most at wm prouofj nockln' itrdi an praytn' tcr rata ' A pin crutch m.iv rmip blood poinon, a niKt nml ut in vrrv npt t dp I Batnlinii Wiaafn I HI ttaad at onoo drawi out n inffd n it and malt en blo"d poiaDB lajpoaaibfe. one of tiio loudost of tha many atnuiK- arias W biota fill thr aJr today la the sty tor univoraal Lndependonoc, Mm. II. U lluwcli. Tlxr'1 Ik BOthtng no I'M) taut Hull It bafloniM diflloull whan ou da it wHb ralnetanee Terenca. WiiLcoMn Words to Womhn Women who Milter witb di.order. pecult.r to ttaclr aex ihnuld wrnr to Ur. Pierce and receive free the advice of a physician of over 40 yean' eipenrm r a .killed and IUUO ifttl Kperialitt in the di.e.te ol women. Bvory letter ol thin, iort hat the moit careful conlidemlion and is retarded a sacredly confidential. Many sensitively modest sumta writo Sully to Or. I'irrce what they would .hrink from telling to their local ph siciaa. The local physician is pretty sure to aay that he oaanot do anything without "an examination. " Or. fierce holds that these distasteful examinations are generally need. leoa, and that no woman, except in rare casea, ahould tubmit to them. Dr. Pierce'a teeatoaent will cur you riabt in tbe peivaer of your own home. Hi. Favorita Prc.criptinn" baa cured hundreds ol tfanu.and., son.r of tbrm the woe.t of otuea. It la the onlymedicine of it. kind that i. the product of a regularly graduated phy.ician. The only one good enough that its maker, dare to print its every ingredient on it. outside wrapper. There-, no secrecy. It will bear examina tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drug, are found in it. Some unscrup ulous medicine dealers may offer you a suhstitute. Don't take it. Don't ml. with your health. Write to World'a Dispensary Medical A.iociation, Dr. R. V. Pierce. President. Hugalo, N. Y., take the advice reeeived and be well. WIRE FOR AEROPLANES. I Wire gad BOrd for ggraplgasg are n special development. Tha wire is made in II sizes, with breaking 'strerifrthB of 1,000 to 17B pottndg. The ttirds for stays nre of DUBlbar of fine, strong wires Rlranded to- , (,'etlicr, their strengths being 8,800 1 to 1,000 pounds; the Buible eird for steerino gggg is of si si muds of seven wires each, around a i cnter . of cotton or wirjj. SHE HAD TOLD HIM. "Your wife bad a fortune when vou mnTricd her. did she not?" "I iggBi to remember her baring old me n few tiincs thai she had." TAKING FREE SAMPLE Pi pain and le now rured. Hundreds of othort would Kindly trutlfy. It Is a Knariwitt-ed euro for lrulls; stlon, i nnitlpatlun, DtttoUODssM. hoOdtOhOl. sT mi thn atomarh and slmlhsr mmiilulnts. A buttle ran 1m had (it any dniK stora fur fifty cents or a dollar, but If ymi wish to make a test of It first send your ad drOM to Dr. CuldWOll and hn will supply a free saniplo bottb-, s:it direct to your addlUM. You will MWU admit that you hnvn found Mornethlus: to repine- salts, nt hart lew, hremh pei fum-'S and other temporary rolioft. Hyrup Popoln win cure your permanently. IVr thl fre MlUptO address Ur. W. B. Cnl.lwell, 201 Caldwell building, M.-utl-cotlo, ill. A COUNTRY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS in New York I'iiv. llrsl features of cuuu Irjr and city life Out-of-dior .-. on irbool park of 33 acres Dearths Hudson Kiver. Academic Course Primary ('lass to Graduation. Upper class (of Advanced Special Students. Music and Art Write for catalogue and terms, lubsjallhi HMst Istrt Imm. mm KM S.BBM 1 CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICE, 6i.oo. ratolL Millions Say So When millions of people use for years a medicine it proves its merit. People who know CASCAKKTS' value buy over a million boxes a month. It's the bipgest seller be cause it is the best bowel and liver medicine ever made. No matter what you're using, just try CAS CAKKTS once you'll See. oi CaRCARPTS lues box for a week's tn-nttiifnt, nil -!rugfiiftf lllffffent seller Id Uw woclU. UUiiou Boxes a rauato. 9PF.NGER BROS. M.k.ri Vmorim. 111. Splendid Crops In Saskatchewan (WesUrn Canada) 800 BiiHhoin from 20 acroa ot wins! wag the threahr return Iront m Lloyd- minster ftsrm in tht esuon of 1910. Mnny fletdg In that h well aa other district yield ed from 25 to 31 o- I iheli of wtieat to tha re Other grains to pro rtii LAR6E PROFITS re Ihu 'In!- r ii from thr Y U f. 1 M Ell BAD LAND! Vt filer n (.aoaila. Mils eseslleiit tvlK'Wlng raiigg prlrea U sdtme. Latid vulnes attonld dotiblaln ' ?erV llois. t . i ul ii c 1 1 1 st Ins; .in 1 1 i f strni -Ing. rsstTla rHlshif unit -it-'r t Ing nrt sill prntllishlo. Frs lliiinrNleHflaof 1 OO gst reg are to n hssit In thr yrry hast stilt rlcta; 1 HO srre j ) I. .in ui :t on per mrp w It Ft -I n Nniu urcis Hs tsssfsla mot rh ii relies In every ael t le nient, rllniata) tmeirelleil. anil the richest ; vvsmmI. wwlur Mini l ti I Itl ii gr n . . i lenttfill. I i partlrntrs as to locallon, lust sett lens' ml I wo y nstas ami rle'.i-rlr.tlTS IlluMnsled J-Mtii'lilet - I ii hi I Wat anil ether In format lun, write In Hupt -t hntvl- rrsilnn, (rtusea, .. t-la. or to anadlso UoTernuient , (is GrM si.1?5W1lgtBM.UsirDlT ts. I J.lrssiMsg.li: MtftiMtvl 41 lka.lbgJW (('a adflres nearest on W PATENTS Uti..Br.('gmgn.WaiT iBftOB. X),C litsukofrste It igjTaTa est, istferaunsa. ileal rsaaiUk ITS PROPER PLACE. "When do thov keep that aero plane thev line on the stae?" "Don't know, but suppose Uies keep it in the tlies." LOVE'S FOILS. Stella I'm engo(,'Ltl to a stnife. gling jronng lawyer. Bells Degr mc; is he trjriag ihst hard tp L'et awavf WOULD 8EEM 60. 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