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ADVERTISEMENTS
TASTY
vayS
COOK
FIS
VMCTKM.
A^S. Johnson fish Oa.
OVLCTH. MINN.
This practical, helpful 61 page COOK BOOK is FREE
with every order.. Tells you hundreds of delightful
wayB to prepare your fish.
tHE CHOICEST-TASTIEST
Fish You Ever Ate.
Froien solid to preserve their delicious flavor and
packed in paper-fined boxes. 100 lbs. Gross weight,
contain 85 lbi. Net -weight offish. Per Box
Royal Honing, delicious fish.... $ 7.50
Whiting, Very tender
Flounders, Aim ost boneless.
Rock-Fish, Headless-cleaned.
Ling-Cod Fish, Free from waste.
Salmon, Finest flavor
Sablefish, Nq heads or inwards
Pickerel, Unusually fine
Tulibee, (White fish) firm-tasty..,..
Wall-Eyed Pike, Bweet meated
Luteflsh, 50 pound tubs
8.40
11.15
11.35
1135
13.50
13.80
12.00
12 00
14.00
7.50
Our profusely illustrated catalog is absolutely FREE.
Write and get your catalog today.
A. S. JOHNSON FISfi CO.
DULUTH, MINN. DEPT.
Make Big Money
Boring Wells
Have water on your own farm.
In spao-time make wells for your neighbors.
It means $1000 extra in ordinary years, double
that in dry years. No risk—no
experience necessary.
Complete Outfit for
Getting Water Quickly Anywhere
Includes boring rigs, rock drills.
and combined machine*. One man with
ooe hone often borea 400 feet or more
In 10 bom*. Pays SOc to $1 per
loot ftaglne or bone, power.
Write for Easy Terms and illustrat
ed Catalog.
Liib Husfwtirisc Ce,
Bsx 15 Clsrlila, l*w
"DELICIOUSiy
DIFFERENT
FRESH FROZEN, DELICIOUSLY APPE
TIZING. SILVER STAR HERRING—The
cream of this season's catch. Buy them now. They
are wonderfully big and good. Tastily packed, "Fam
ily-Stylo", in sanitary boxes.'
100 lbs. frees wRt.—85 lbs. net wgt. of fish $7.00
50 lbs. gross wgt.—10 lbs. net wgt. of fish... 53.7S
Practically Boneless
LARGE, SELECTED, ZERO 100 lb. lots
FROZEN OCEAN FISH Per lb.
Whiting (Sttvar Hake) exceptionally good
this year 09
Flounders (dreBsed) similar to Haiibut., .12
Red Rockflsh (Red Snapper®
or
Nor­
wegian Uer) dressed and headless..13c
Line Codfish (dresBedi headless) no waste -13c
Sableflsh (jessed and headless) recom
mended by Uncle Sam.. ...
Sainton, highly nutritious JSHe
CANADIAN FISH "FROZEN 100 lb. lots
ALIVE"—Husky and Wholesome Per lb.
Walleyed Pike, tender as chicken....'. .16 He
Jack Pickerel, famous for its"huakineas". JAMc
TullibM(Whltaflsh) fisherman's favorite J4c
With every 100 lbs. ordered of any single variety of
Ocean and Canadian fish, a fine choice "Flounder,"
value 45e, goes absolutely FREE. We will pack any
assortment of the above varieties from SO to 100 lbs.
or more at an additional charge of Mo per. pound.
No. 1 LuteIbh, shipped by express Rom
Minneapolis $7.50 per 60 lb. tub.
For Quicker ^Delivery, Cheaper Freight
and Better Fish, order yoorfish to be shipped
from oqr nearest branch house—Des Moines, la.,
p, N. D., and Aberdeen, S. D. Add Jio per lb.
Fargo,
to the above prices, as we pay the
Fishing and dealing with fish has teen oar lifetime
specialty. The fish we eeQ you must please and our
methods most be satisfactory. Write for illustrated
catalogue Today. A copy of our big valuable
cook book goes FREE with every order.
SAM JOHNSON ft SON'S FISHERIES
INCORPORATED
PIER T. DULUTH, MINN.
Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers
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RECOGNITION OF POLITICAL
PRISONERS
The secretary of war authorizes the
following statement:
Disciplinary regulations in force in
military prisons have been modified
by the war department order. Fasten
ing of prisoners to the bars of cells
will no more be used as a mode of pun
ishment. This and milder devices have
been effective in the past in breaking
the willful or stubborn opposition of
prisoners of the usual military type,
who would not submit to the work re
quirements of disciplinary/ barracks.
Instead of being allowed to lie in
bunks while others-worked, they have
been compelled to choose between
working or standing in discomfort dur
ing working hours.
Practically, under usual conditions,
this has been more a threat than an
actuality, and as such it has been ef
fective. _But during recent months,
with the influx of political prisoners to
disciplinary barracks, particularly at
Fort Leavenworth, extremity of atti
tude on the part of this new type of
prisoner has at times led to extremity
of discipline', as provided by military
regulations.
These clearly were not formulated
with the political type of prisoner, in
mind, and their effectiveness as deter
rents h&s been questionable. Men
have returned for repeated experi
ences of the severest forms of dici
piine. The most extreme of these is
now discarded and the order is com
prehensive. It applies not merely to
political prisoners, but to those of
every type.
LIKES TOWNLEY'S WORK
Bennett, Col.
Editor ^Nonpartisan Leader:
As I am a member of the League
and take great interest in the move
ment, I thought perhju^fa letter from
me might be of sonrfeinterest. I have
been an independent for over 30 years,
Avas a member of the Farmers' alli
ance in South Dakota 33 years ago,
and am still working along on the
same line—only progressive—^-and try
ing to keep up with the times.
I have jhoped that the day would
soon come when the farmers would
have some say in our government and
have some say in'making our laws,
and it has begun to look now "as if
there might be some chance of our
getting a little something ort some say
in making our laws and not be ground
down by the packing, milling and ma
chinery trusts.
It^s true that we get a little more
for our wheat than we did a few years
Tag®,
but we pay more -for everything
we buy. Wfe get $3.17 for wheat per
hundred and pay $5.80 per hundred for
flour—and still the milling trust of
Colorado says it can not live at that/
My vote is for A. C. Townley.
J. W. WEST.
WATCHING THE KEPT PRESS
York, Neb.
Editor Nonpartisan Leader:
Find indosed clipping of the Lincoln
Daily Staft- I hops you will show
the editor up in good shape in the
League paper—I would like to but I
can't. When I was a boy we did not
have the chance for education that we
have now. I am 78 years old and a
veteran of the Civil war.
F. M. STALEY.
The clipping Mr. Staley sends con
tains an editorial evidently drawn
first from the inspired pages of the
Pioneer Press of St. Paul. It is a repfe4
tition of the old charge that League
conventions, somehow or some, way,
are not on the square.The simplest
answer to this keen interest of the
kept press in the integrity of the
League is the fact that so long as it
and its leaders keep their integrity it
will he impossible for it to hold a con
vention meeting the approval of the
big press.
Specially nice this year,
per lb
PIKE—Best of all fresh-water
fish, per lb.
PERCH—Scarce,
per lb.
MULLETS—Suckers.
per lb
GOLDEYE*,
per lb
8KATEWING,
per lb.
^WHITEFISH,
per lb .1
WHITING,
per lb
DEPT. 66
DEPT. 70
ADVERTISEMENTS
Recent jyarm weather has compelled us to reduce our prices in order to move"
the heayy stock.. We have quality fish of alMcinds.
BIG SUPPLY—SELECT STOCK
Regardless of what you order, we have all varieties and can send you exactly
what you want immediately. The weather is fine—order now:
Send for big catalog but order varieties shown below direct from ad.
FRE8H FROZEN LAKE FISH
LAKE 8UPERI0R HERRING Abundant
catches. Cheapest because most plentiful.
One-half pound each, fj^
per lb.
We can fill all
14c
PICKEREL—A large catch.
orders, 2 to 10 lbs.,
per lb
TULIBEE WHITEFISH—About a pound each.
12c
17c
17c
6c
12c
10c
18c
9c
PRICES TALK!
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WHEN TOO SUFFER
FROM RHEUMATISM
Almost any man will tell you
that Sloan's Liniment
means relief
For.
Women, too, by the hundreds of
thousands, use it for relieving neuritis,
lame backs, neuralgia. sick neadache.
Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical,
quickly effective. Say "Sloan's Lini
ment" to your
druggist.<p></p>Sloans
30c, SOc and $1.20/
WAROE-LARSEN FISH COMPANY
every man has used
iered in
it who has suffered from rheumatic
•dies, soreness of muscles, stiffness of
joints, the results of weather exposure.
5
Reduction in Prices
FRESH FROZEN OCE/ttt FI8H
RED ROCK FISH—Sold last year as Bed
Snappers. Splendid favorites. Hpadless and
re 2 to 7 a a 1 I
per lb.
per lb
SEE THESE PRICES—THEN ORDER NOW—AT ONCE!
FROZEN OCEAN FISH Per lb.
RED ROCK FISH—Formerly Bed Snappers IVAe
FLAT FISH—Brill, Sole, Plaice, Flounders 13c
SALMON—Fall caught, 5 to 9 lbs 17c
ROYAL CHINOOK SALMON—18 lbs. aver-'
age 25c
HALIBUT—DeUclous Chicken Halibut 24c
COD—Tlie true Cod from the Pacific ..
8AbLEFI8H—Government recommended
8M0KED FISH
FINNAN HADDIE8—15-lb. box 12.70
FINNAN HADDIES—30-lb. box 45.40
SMOKED SABLEFISH—30-lb. box $6.60
A
a Au /2
FLAT FISH—Ilrlll, Sole, Pluice and Flounders,
a a A a re at 1 0
1 to 3 lbs., per lb. JLOv
SALMON—Reuutifitl, pink, fall caught from the
Pucifle, 5 to 9 lbs., dressed, 17c
ROYAL CHINOOK SALMON, 18 lb^ 25»
average, per lb.
SABLEFISH—Recommended hy the government
Headless and dressed, 4 to 10 lbs,. e*
per lb
IDC
HALIBUT—Most satisfying—delicious in a hun
dred ways, 2 to 12 lbs., Q/flsm
per lb
CODFISH—From the Pacific. The
favorites, 4 7 lbs.,
per lh.
"IB 1 OtlUVi
,'.4..tto.7.lbB
.0 13!/2Cold-timeUIU-UUIQ
SMOKED FISH a
FINNAN HADDIES—Big, thick meated, deli
riously cured Haddles, In 15 to 30-lb.
boxes, per lb.
XOL
SABLEFISH—Smoked to perfection. In 24c
30-lb. .boxes only, per lb.
ORDER TODAY—GET BUSY NOW
NdRTHERN FISH COMPANY
DULUTH, MINN.
You Know Our Fish
We only handle the best and
are proud of our high
standard reputation
FROZEN LAKE FI8H
LAKE 8UPERI0R HERRING
PICKEREL
PIKE ...,
TULIBEE WHITEFI8H
PERCH—Scarce
MULLETS—Suckers
GOLDEYES
SKATEtflNG
WHITEFTOH
WHITING
salmoi
IS lb.
$2.75.
Get it today.
fcfe, LiMLimcnt 111
KLillS.
fii RDCCnQ Most Profitable chlok
u*t DKHII0 en8,duoks,geese and tur
keys. Choice, pure-bred, hardy northern
raised. Fowl&eggft, Incubators at
low prices.
America a greatest poultry farm. 26 years
In business. Valuable new 112 page Poul
try Guide and Catalog free. ,Wrlte today.
iEUBERT Co.. Box su MlikaU, Hks.,
PAY HIGHEST MAR-
ket—Want poultry, egga. fare, hides, pelts,
veal, beans, wool. Get my price list.
S. L. McKAY & CO.
1 B. Third St.. St. PauL Minn)
Per lb.
... 7o
... !4o
... 170
... 12c
... 17c
6c
... 12c
... 10c
... 180
.... 9o
DULUTH, MINN.
IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS IN DULUTH
or along the shore ot Lake Superior drop them a line
and ask tbem about us. They will, tell you that we
own and operate the largest fleet of steam fitblnd
boats on Lake Superior. Boats that bold the reoon^
ot being the first out In the spring and the last to get
thru the Ice In the winter. They will also tell you that
we are the largest producers and distributors of
salt and frozen fish In this Northwest, and as we
distribute such enormous quantities of froxett llsh We
know our prloes are most reasonable.
SPECIAL INTRODUCTION OFFER.
An 82 lb. box De Luxe Herring fpr
(6.00 If you Include, at the same time
atleast aSlO order for other nHh.FrMh
hand
wgt.,
frozen hen
16c tullbeet 13c
per lb„
Cleaned
8c 'ftckcrel, 140 pike,
wed fish—soles, 12Hc
flounders, l3Ho: rockflsh Cner), (red cod), (red snap*
pers), 13c sableRsh (blade oocl), 15c: (bumps), pink
ISC No, 1 grade tateflsk, 601b. net-tuba, tT&Ox
net wet, smoked Alaska haddles (cod)
Assortment nen Ho. 1, containing 100 lbs., net
wgt.. 4 mixed varlettsr fancy fish, (10.75. Shipments
from Aberdeen, S. Dn Fargo, N. X., or Des
la.. He per lb. extra above prices. All ash STA"
INSPECTED and sMpped in wire tnand boxes only.
No danger loss or pilfering. Write for timely bro
chure and price list with lHuatratefl drawings of our
lnreosteamewln colors. Large cook book free with every
$15 order. FourtergB warehouses take care of our orders.
SCANDIAFBH CO., Dock D.Dululh, Mini.
LARGES'l PRODUCERS A DISTRIBUTORS IN N.W.
*JooU Thft FU on
Handlm. Gan be set
at any angle,
nas stoop,
lng and
bending.
Will
MM! Dulart
Schoener
adjustable
tools are sold by most
dealers. If your dealer
cannot supply you, let
us know, and well teDjron where
togettbem. KMrAiMlirMk«ML
•CHOKNEIt lira. CO..
409 «oh—nar Ufa »«. Clo«4 «Mmi_
CA5H-OLD FALSE TEETH
I We pay t» ts $35.00
per «M (brokei or
Inot).' Also lluy^
crowns, bridges, old.
Cash by return :*ail..
eti# jronr toproTil of
gold Jewelry, silnr. idatlnum.
Goods held t. to 15 days «ubject te jronr
our price. U. 8. faeltlRo Works, 870 Held) mltb
Bld«„ MUwaitkM, Wis.
Mention the Latder When Writing Advertiser*
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