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House*?
Model—Pardon me, sir, but isn't
there another artist in this building?
Artisl
,pother a
it—Well, that is a matter ct
opinion. There is another fellow who
paints.
It's about all some people can do to
Keep frOm being done.
SICK HEADACHE
AMtiliat Cmp
Positively cured by
these laittlo Pills.
They also rellcre Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In
digestion and Too Hearty
Eat
Id?.
A perfect rem­
edy for Pfczlness, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Bud Taste
la t'ue Mouth, Coated
Tongue. Pain In the Side.
TOKI'ID UVEIJ. They
FILLS.
regulate the Boweia. rurely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
CARTERS!
Genuine Most Bear
Fac-Simile Signature
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
ITHC.
PACKAGE
THE
JRADE
It would be too bad to deco
rate your home In the ordi
nary way, simply beceuso
of not knowing you could do
it better for less money with
Alabastlne- Better find
out all about Alabastlne
first, anyway.
We'll cheerfully send
you full information if you
will send us your address
on a post card.
The Alabastlne Co.,
•10 GrtdtllU A«t., Orui lisU*
Hick., .r 100 W(l*r Start,
Ntw York City.
Jnl
AUTO
MOBILE
Ford Model
Five Patkengsr, Detachable Tou
neau Car. Cost tl,0.X Kept., 1S05
Will SeU for $450
Write for Particular*.
JOHN J. DOBSON, St. Paul
NEW WHEAT LANDS IN
THE CANADIAN WEST
E nnn additional mile.
9)UUU
0{ railway this
vear have opened up a
"largely increased terri
tory to the progressive
I farmers of Western
I
Canada and the
PAXTINE
THE
OLD-MONK-CURE
Got-
I eminent of the Doniin
I ion continues to give
ONE HUNDRED AND
SIXTY ACRES FREE to every settler.
THE COUNTRY HAS
NO SUPERIOR
Coal, wood and water in abundance churches
and school* convenient markets easy of access
taxes low: climate the be«t in the northern tern*
perate tout, l.a wand
nrcVrv
pvevniteevery1where.
For advice and information address the
SUPEKINTKXimST OF IMMIGRATION,
Ottawa. Canada, or any authorized Canadian
Government Agent.
CHARLES PILL1NC, Clifford Block, Grand
Feriu, North Dakota.
TONIC FOB MOTHERS
Or. Williams' Pink Pills Are Sib ami
Reliable—A Favorite Household
Remedy.
Motherhood may be the crowning
blessing of a woman's life or it may
bring grief and sorrow. Mrs. M. J.
Wight, of 170 Seventh Street, Auburn,
Maine, relates her experience after the
birth of her daughter in 1901, as fol
lows: "I was all run down at the
time the baby came and did not im
prove in health rapidly after. I was
pale, thin and bloodless. My stomach
distressed me being full of gas all the
time and ray heart fluttered so that I
could scarcely breathe.
"Finally I remembered that a friend
had recommended Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills to me so I commenced using
them. 1 gained in strength rapidly
while the baby throve also. When I
expected my next child I started tak
ing the piiis again as a tonic and
strengthener and had no such diffi
culty us before. I got up better and
my strength came back much sooner.
"A year ego last winter I had an at
tack of rheumatism iu the hands which
went from one hand to the other. The
joints swelled up and were so stiff I
could not move them. The pain ex
tended up through my arms and
shoulders. 1 felt sick enough to go to
lied but. did not do so. This attack
lasted for several months. I tried sev
eral remedies but finally came back
to using the pills which had done me
so much good before and found that
they benefited me almost at once. I
have not been troubled since."
All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, or they will be sent by mail
post-paid, on receipt of price, 50 cents
per box, six boxes for |2.50, by the
Dr. Williams Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N. T. Send for book Of
cures.
Not Worth Noticing.
Hawley—But, surely, you don't pro'
pose to let. Huskie's remark pass un
challenged
Crawley—That's just what I propose
to do.
Hawley—Why, man alive, be called
you "a blithering idiot?"
Crawley—Exactly but, my dear sir,
there is no such word in the English
dictionary as "blithering."
PATENT8.
List of Patents Issutd Last Weak to
Northwestern Inventors.
Reported by Lothrop & Johnson,
patent lawyers. 911 Pioneer Press
I building, St. Paul, Minn.: Kickolas E.
Brown, Marion, S. D., table Almon J.
Gray. St. Paul, Minn., grease cup
John E. Jenson, Minneota, Minn.,
wrench George F. Koenig, lie Seuer,
Minn., hoisting device John A. Linn,
Gayville, S. D., collar-fastener George
E. Wilson and W. J. Frawley, Stillwa
ter, Minn., reheater Arnold Wood
manse, Woonsocket, S. D., straw*
stoker.
Idle Pear.
Barber—He admits that he shaves
himself says he's too nervous to let
barber do it for fear that the fellow
might take a crazy notion and cat falf
throat.
Man in the Chair—Ridiculous.
Barber—Ain't it, though!
.Man in the Chair—Yes. There
never was a barber—ouch!—who had
a razor sharp enough to do that.
SKIP YOIK C'KEAM TO VS.
Tho
Largest Creamery In the Northwest,
Mir.TOX DAIRY CO.. ST. PAUK
Drop It.
The food inspector's wife was look
ing over her husband's note book.
George," she said, "how do you pro
nounce the last syllable of this word
'butterine!'" "The last syllable," the
inspector answered, "is always silent."
15
I To convince any
woman that Fax.
tine Antiseptic will
improve her health
FREE
InL anil do all we claim
it. We will
send her absolutely free ,a large trial
box of 1'axtine with book of Instruc
tions and genuine testimonials. Send
your name ami address on a postal card.
cleanses
and heats
mucous
juiu iidiiio auu uuuicas uu a JHJ
KK( i:il"IS SKVr TO YOU FHBB
receipt of your
name and address.
Aiiiiii' sola 'Macaroiii Co., St.
Garfi«
Id
a
HI*
brane af­
fections, sach as nasal catarrh, pelvic
cajarrlt and inflammation caused by femi
nine Ills sore eyes, sore tluro&t and
mouth, by direct local treatment Its cur
ative power over tlicse troubles Is extra
ordinary and gives immediate relief.
Thousands of women are using and reo
omwt'ii.ling It every da v. SO cents at
drtijipists orby mail. Beniember, however,
IT COSTS VO|T NOTHING TO TRY IT.
THE It. jftutTOK CO., Boston, Maw.
Paul. Minn.
.Some men spend more time trying
,u avenge their fancied wrongs than
they do in trying to keep within their
rights.
it takes acute girl to get so close to
a man that when he tries to kiss her
it's impossible for her to get away.
is for
JACOBS
OIL
NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER.
THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT.
CAPISICUM
A S E I N E
EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT
A QUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY- CURE FOR PAIN.—PRICE
lEc.-IH COLLAPSIBLE TU8ES-AT ALL DRUCOISTS AMD DEALERS.
BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTACE STAMPS.
TILL THE PAIN COMES-KEEP A TUBE HANDY.
A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not
blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allayipg-and curative qualities of
the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve
Headache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external
cour.ter-irritant
known, also as an external remedy
these
ideal lu.\ati\e
who desire an
it is simple, pure, mild and
potent it regulates the liver and kidneys,
overcomes
eoii-ti|irition.
and brings Good
Health. It is guaranteed under the Pure
Food and I .aw.
Instead of throwing stones people
who live in glass houses should grow
violets at a dollar a bunch.
Oil, no, Alphonse, a man isn't ne«
ecssarily one-sided because he has
never crossed the ocean.
STIFFNESS, 8TITCHES, LAMENESS, CRAMP,
TWIST8 AND TWiTCHES, ALL DECAMP WHEN
YOU APPLY
ST.
PRICE
25 AND 90 CENTS
OR
DON'T WAIT
icr
and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints, A trial
prove what we claim for it, and it will be found to be invaluable in the
household and for children. Once used no family will be without it. Many
people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation
of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine.
SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE.
LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO.
17 afATE STREET. NEW YORK CITY
pains in the chest
North Dakota
A News Notes
Rugby is determined to clean up.
•Dickinson is boosting for good roads.
The Jamestown revival got results.
There is still a lot of wheal in open
bins.
The Monarch elevator at Heaton get
Voo full.
Douglas will have a cement block
works.
Lumber dealers are anticipating a
big trade.
Lumberjacks are drifting into North
Dakota.
The baseball fans at Drake are en
thusiastic.
Wells county is experiencing an un
usual drouth.
There are two crack shots In Co.
of Jamestown.
This will be a year of big improve
ments in Logan county.
Fairdale is said to -have sufficient
wheat to load 140 cars.
Ole I. Aas has purchased a bcot and
shoe business at. MayviUe.
New settlers are locating around
Rudser, Williams county.
Company of Valley City is endeav
oring to secure a rifle range.
Ed Pierce of Grafton said the state
fair at Devils Lake was over.
The movement of freight trains 011
the Soo has not been active.
The Northern Pacific is making a lot
of Improvements at Mandan.
The lid has slipped and slot ma
chines are allowed in Wolford.
The Great Northern had a sale of
unclaimed freight at Grand Forks.
The explosion of a lamp in a store
at Bowbells caused some excitement.
A telephone girl at Omemee caught
the smallpox not over the 'phone,
however.
Otto Weberg*B insanity plea at Graf
ton didn't have the same effect as
Thaw's.
The school at Napoleon was closed
because of a threatened epidemic of
scarlet fever.
Former County Treasurer Mitchell
of Minot will be associated with a
Kenmare bank.
Joe Flannigan, the old "U" football
player, will be captain of the baseball
team at Towner.
The flax tow mills, advertised for
sale in this state, do not seem to be
in great demand.
The plan of the North Dakota of
ficials to admit Kansas oil will give
some more competition with the Stand
ard Oil company.
The new law requiring station
agents to bulletin trains, will help
waiting passengers.
Some Valley City gentlemen have
the contract for the sale of 3,000,000
acres of Canadian land.
Two laborers and ten cars, held un
der quarantine at Inkster, have been
released by the officials.
W. J. Payne of Cooperstown has
been offered the position of Northern
Pacific agent at B'smarck.
Ex-Gov. White visited Bismarck to
attempt to persuade Gov. Burke to
veto the valuea policy bill.
The Napoleon telephone system will
be extended to Haselton and Brad
dock in Emmons county.
Chief Clerk Sougstad of the legis
lature is to have a deputyship In a
Grand Forks county office.
Williston will have a great celebra
tion June 17 when the big irrigation
ditch will be formally opened.
Chris A. Hess of Bismarck has re
ceived a patent for a chalk trough to
catch chalk from blackboards.
E. S. DeLancey of Valley City la
planning to test the seeds of farmers
of Barnes county free of charge.
A car of flax was loaded at Donny
brook for Duluth but was held up by
the railway company because of being
overweight.
The taw requiring trains to stop at
county seats may be unconstitutional
as it Interferes with Interstate com
merce.
W. F. Foye of Medina has returned
from Maine, whfere he spent the win
ter, and found some extremely cold
weather.
Emmons county people would like
to see Prebident Worst of the A. C.
elected governor. He is so busy build
ing up a great institution at the A. C.
that he would probably ivefer that to
the governorship.
At Grand Forks a minister fell on a
slippery sidewalk and a wicked man
who closely followed the domine in
sists the sky pilot swore tftortly after
hitting the ite. There seems to be no
special reaspa why a minister should
be deprived of his rights.
a
ctuirch is wanted at Deisem.'
A dairy is wanted at Valley City.
riio ilrill men are having their in*
aiiiKtf.
limit Wic-li is to reopen a bakery in
I.If bon.
i*i H*
(leet c-, (lu-ks and meadow larks are
reported.
't he Jamestown Fair association has
been organized.
Senator Talcott of Buffalo has to go
to Tower City to vote.
As a result of the error ol' some one
.Milnor gets no road tax.
There is a complaint at Williston
because of lack of sidewalks.
Well-to-do Iowa and Illinois farmers
arc purchasing homes in this state.
The mayoralty election at Fessen
den is not creating much excitement.
A Grand Forks man is reported to be
indignant over rumors of his insanity.
The Wahpeton firemen assisted in
extinguishing the blaze in Brecken
ridge.
4
North Dakota roads are iu good
shape where they are graded and well
drained.
The Farmers' Terminal Elevator &
Grain Co. of Hankinson has $2,500 in
the treasury.
A Devils Lake woman was arrested
twice within a month on a charge ot
running a blind pig.
During the past twelve months there
were over 5,000 homestead entries in
the Dickinsou land office.
Near Harlem one horse of a team
fell into an abandoned well and died
before it could be dug out.
There was an accident on the Far
mers' railroad at Garske, which de
tained the train seventy sours.
The flagpole at Dickinson erected at
the time Theodore Roosevelt made the
Fourth of July address, recently blew
down.
Mrs. Caroline Knudson, a recent ar
rival at Rofers* from Iowa, became in
sane after the birth of her first baby
a few weeks ago.
Dickinson has raised $4,600 on au
armory proposition. This with the
state aid of $5,000 will give the militia
boys a good start.
A key on the telegraph line between
Hankinson and Ryder was left open
for three days and there was nothing
doing on the wires.
The Milwaukee has secured a site
at Dickinson for a warehouse and will
ship supplies to that point for the ex
tension work south.
President Carhart of the Mayille
normal has been suggested as a pos
sible successor to President Merrtield
of the state university.
Near Lidgerwood a dog is said to
have exterminated a lot of chickens
and met death when the irate poultry
man discovered his guilt.
Three Hankinson boys were playing
in a Soo car and were locked up. They
managed to escape at Fairmount and
two of them hoofed it back home.
A Bismarck show troupe got us far
as Washburn but failed to keep dates
at Wilton and Underwood, as a result
of the lack of success at Washburn.
The strike of the Seattle builders,
which put a stop to construction work
for over a week, has ended. A satis
factory agreement has been reached.
At Washburn a man was warming
dynamite to break up the ice around
a boat. The explosion occurred too
soon and tore np the cabin of the boat.
Two hundred and fifty laborers are
at work on the Aneta extension of the
Great Northern into Devils Lake. The
track Is within ten miles of Devils
Lake.
People who have been along the Soo
from Bismarck north report that the
new towns through thnt territory offer
great opportunities for many lines of
business.
The Kurtz damage case is to be re
tried in Fessenden. Kurtz got $4,000
011 the first verdict and Judge Burke
ordered him to take $2,000 or to have
the case retried.
The people of Billings county are
displeased with the legislative appor
tionment uniting them with Oliver
and Mercer counties as one district.
The counties are more than 100 miles
apart.
Richard Atkinson, who shot Miss
Tureck, the postmistress at Martin,
has returned without requisition pa
pers, after having skipped out follow
ing the shooting.
A sheriff and three deputies went to
Milnor to arrest a blind pigger but the
man wanted was too much of a dodger.
Miss Lydia Hinman, principal of
the schools at Steele, has some criti
cism of the present school require
ments and practical suggestions for
improvement in an article in the
Ozone.
A Strawberry Romance.
A. B. Henthorn lias returned to
Enid from Van Buren, Ark., bringing
with him a bride. Quite a romance is
connected with the marriage.
Two or three years ago Mr. Hen
thorn purchased a box of strawberries
which contained a note with the name
and address of the sender. Tliis was
the beginning of a correspomieuce
which ripened 11to mutual love and
culminated their marriage at Van
Buren. Mr. and Mrs. Heaihoru are
happily located at their home in Cher
okee.
Perter Springs Surprise.
Chevrolet, the automobllist, was
talking at Ormonde to a New York
Press man about American railways.
"Your railways are superb," he said.
"Abroad we have nothing like them.
In speed, comfort, in luxury American
railways lead the world.
"But the expense!
"On my way down to Florida 1 said
to the porter as the time drew near
for us to part:
'Porter, you have been very atten
tive, and 1 want to give you something,
but I have no change.'
"Then I took out a $20 bill from my
wallet..
'Certainly, sir,' the porter answer
ed, pulling out a large roll of money.
'How will you have it, sir? In lives?'
A One-Armed Life 8aver.
One of the life savers along the
Delaware river front is Paul Green
wood, now a resident, of Chester, Pa.
Greenwood lost an arm and a l« sev
eral years ago. but despite this mis
fortune I10 continues at his work of
saving lives of people who fall over
board.
Not long ago he saw five Philadel
phians struggling in the water off
Marcus Hook, their yacht having cap
sized. He jumped into a boat and
hurried to the scene of the upset yacht
and saved all of the members of the
party. Most of them were women. 1
DR. J. H. RINDLAUB, (Specialist),
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Fargo, N. D,
In Terms of Pig.
The ingenuity of the Chinese in sur
mounting difficulties is well illustra
ted by the following dialogue which re
cently took place on the Imperial Chi
nese railway:
Traveler—I wish to ship these two
dogs to I'ekin. What is the rate?
Railway Official—No got any rate
for dog one dog all same one sheep:
one sheep all same two piss can bpni
four pig.
Traveler—But one dog is only a
puppy he ought to go for half fare.
Railway Official—Can do, all right
Then, turning to his clerl "Write
three pig," he said.
FURIOUS HUMOR ON CHILD.
Itching, Bleeding Sores Covered Body
—Nothing Helped Her—Cuticur?
Cures Her in Five Days
"After my granddaughter of about
seven years had beeu cured of the
measles, she was attacked about a
fortnight lat«r by a furious itching and
painfqf eruption all over her body,
CBpeeially the upper part of it. forming
watery and bleeding sores, especially
under the arms, of considerable size.
She suffered a great deal and for three
weeks we nursed her every night,
using all the remedies we could think
of. Nothing would help. We tried the
Cuticurn Remedies and after twenty
four hours we noted considerable im
provement, and after using only one
complete set of the Cuticura Remedies,
in five consecutive days the little one,
much to our joy, had been entirely
cured, and has been well for a long
time. Mrs. F. Ruefenacht, R. F. D. No.
3, Bakersfield, Cal., June 25 and July
80, 1906."
He darkens his own way who makes
light of the troubles of others.
Every self-made man thinks other
men ought to borrow his pattern.
No one ever regretted burying a
slander.
Be slow to anger—and also be sure.
Louisville, Ky.
MEN ADMIRE
a pretty face, a good figure, but
sooner or later learn thnt the
healthy, happy, contented woman
is most of all to bo dhinu-ed.
Women troubled with fainting
spells, irregularities, nervous irrita
bility, backache, tin "blues.'' and
those dreadful dragging sensations,
cannot hope to be happy or popular,
and advancement in either home,
business or social life is impossible.
The cause of these troubles, how
ever, yields quickly to Lydia 13. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from native roots
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Canopy Top .Sur­
rey with Stile
Seats, price,
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it neis
at once upon the organ atllieled and
the nerve centers, dispelling effec
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Kindly Mention This Paper.
One of the Important Duties of Physicians and
the Well-Informed of the World
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
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TRUTH AND QUALITY
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living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it ir. alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known tinder the name of
Syrup of Figs—and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of—Syrup of Figs and Elixir ot
Senna—as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs—and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Companj California Fig Syrup Co.
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Figs—or by the full name—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna—as—Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna—is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for saie by all ieading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold tinder the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, I). C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
S. A.
London, England.
MTABLMHBD UM
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Minneapolis GRAIN COMMISSION. Duluth
MISS EMMA RUNT2LER-
toms. No other luedieine in the country has received such unqualified
indorsement or lias sneh a.record of cures
of
female ills as has
Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
..n^"SS ''jlunia, li'intzlcr, of o:il State St., Schenectady, N. Y.t writes:—
L'or a long time 1 was troubled with weakness v.liicV seemed to
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irritable, anil all worn out,, t'lianeing to read one of your advertisements
of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia K. Pinl ham's Vegetable
Compound, I decided to try it and 1 cannot, express rav gratitude for the
benefit rece!ved. 1 am entirely well and feel like a new person."
1 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the roost successful
remedy for all forms of Female Complaints, Weak llaclc. Falling and
Displacements. Inflammation and Ulceration, and is invaluable in pre
paring for childbirth und the Change of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs, Pkikham, at Lvnn, Mass. Ilcr advice
is free and always helpful.
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.The highlit degree of Mylc,fit and workman-]
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1 There arc rone thai equal them in appearancci
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write to us.
We alio make the "Western Lady." and the
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lot men's,women'*and children'* ihoes. Our trade
Imark it stamped on every aole.
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$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOESt^&>
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export judges of footwear'
to no tho best in style, fit. and wear ]»roiiuw'i| in this country. Kach
part of tho shoe ami every detail of tho making is looked alter
and watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
time or cost. If I could take yon into my larijo factories at
Brockton, Mass., and show you liow earctiilly \V. L. Tknifllns
shoes are made, you would then understand why they bold their shape, lit better
wear longer, and are of K™«ter value than any other makes.
W, Itnnpla* n*!ii« ami uriw is rtnin|»t on Mm lioitoiri. which protects the ninrrai.':iiiifit liluli
l.ru'PBand Ijiterloi- iliocs. Tain- ,\« Nuiiulinir. Sola |iy tfie lii-si «hoc rti-al. rs cvcrjwl'i'r.'
Idti UJvr Jiutlett usrUwluswe/v. tatulog tmtiled Jtxe. W. I.. IHt.C-1.AM, Hwlttmi,
34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT
Our hauir.sslmvc tKiOUhuld direct from
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faetoiy
lutih'-r for ihlut ti *mtury. Wo Milp l*r rxanifimtfonand
Amirovaluti.l nt
hi*natetlelivery.
You lire out nothing
if iiotBiitlsited as to (juallty und prico.
cn We Are The Urdut Manufacturer. In The World
Belllnp tot he •'nnsumer exclusively. WomakcSOOKtylenof
Vehicles, fMntylua or Harness. Send forlari?e,
free catalogue.
Elkhart Carriage & Harness Mia- Co*
Elkhart, Indiana
PATENTS
riving WftgM. Pr!o*«
i. e»tr» «*•(.
$S3,60.
Walton C, ('ulrnin, Patent Attor*
nt\v, WHHhinKton, l. O. Advlc#
freo. 'Jcrui:»low.
New York, N. Y.
».ducted win, 1 Thompson's Eye Water
ton
ext.. u«e
When Answering Advertiaements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
N O N --NO 14— 1907

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