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WHAT WESTERN CANADA DOES.
Satisfactory Yield of Wheat Good Prices. and THE BELDING BANNER Dundurn. Sask., Sept. 30, 190G. Mr. V. II. Rogers, Canadian Govern ment Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. My Dear Sir: When you wcro at our place In July I promised to write you what my north quarter made per acre. You will remember It was all sown to wheat. Well, I finished threshing yesterday and received from it an average of 43 Vi bushels per acre testing 64' pounds per stroked bushel. The wheat Is the best sample I have ever raised o uniform and even in size. You may know it was a good sample when X tell you that I have already sold 2,000 bushels of it for seed to my neighbors. This year has been my best effort in farming during my life. My wheat totaled 9,280 bushels and my oats nearly 5,000. If you remember I pointed out to 7ou a half section lying Just west of our house and joining my upper quar ter on the south, which 1 said I should have in order to make one of the best farms in western Canada. I am very triad to be able to tell you that I now own that half section. My ambition now is to be able to market 20,000 bushels of wheat next year. If some of those good, honest Hoosiers could have been with me during the last two weeks and could have seen the golden Train rushing down the spout into my wagon and then could have seen it in treat piles in my granaries, I feel sure wey would have been forced to acknowledge there is no better farm ing country in the world than this. I may Just say that I have done all my farming with eight head of horses and one hired man except during harvest and threshing. This year I proved to my neighbor that the Hoosiers, when once "woke up," can raise grain equal to the best Minnesota farmers. His best yield was 42,,2 bushels per acre, o you see "old Indiana" is holding the ribbon this year. Yours very truly, N. K. BAUMINK. BELDINQ M1CIIJCUK Tittsbuig wishes its millionaires would commit their atrocities at home. Some of the physicians think the clergymen should practice only what they preach. An Evanston constable seized a hive of bees while executing an attachment writ. Stung! That fallen earthquake predicter should invite the ground hog to his consolation party. If anybody who wants to hand the writer of these paragraphs a lemon will only make it a dozen, it will be all right. Henry James says American wom en cannot talk. Henry has never seen two of the dears in the act of telling each other good-by. The mummy of Queen Meie, who lived before the time of Moses, has been found. Wonder who recoguized her? Buffalo Express. The latest statistics as to the com parative effect of juvenile occupations on the youth 01 the land snow the newsboys to be the healthiest boy workers. And they seldom suffer from lung complaints. EVENTS NOTED RAILROAD MEN FEAR CUT IN PAY SO WILL FIGHT TWO-CENT FARE BILL. PNEUMONIA WAS FATL VARIOUS BITS OF NEWS GATH ERED HERE ANDvTHERE ABOUT THE STATE AND BRIEFLY TOLD. Which is the less attractive color, olive drab or olive green? The an swer to that question will determine the color of the new army uniform. Anything not to catch the eye of the enemy is the idea. Hiram X. lathrop, of Boston, the new treasurer of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, is best known as the successful manager of per haps the largest excursion parties which the world has ever seen. To Fight the Bill. Fifty-seven delegates representing 38,000 railroad men of Michigan, at a meeting held In Grand Rapids, decided to use their influence against the pass ing of the two-cent fare bill now be fore the legislature. Figures were intro duced to prove that in the states where they have the two-cent rate, the" Sunday excursions were cut out entire ly by the roads, the roads were poorer and they claimed that in these cases the traffic was larger and the roads could better stand the rate than in Michigan, therefore they fear condi tions would become bad for the work ing man. The Real Ruler. The duchess of Roxburghe. who was Miss May Goelet of New York, has taken up the prevalent craze to collect animals and she is building a minia ture zoo at Floors castle. In fact, the 4uche6s, a masterful little lady, has everything she wants. One of the duke's tenants, wishing some conces sion, went to the castle and told his errand to an old retainer, adding that he would like to see the master in person. "Eh, mon," retorted the aged ervant, who is not entirely reconciled to the new order of affairs, "there is only ae maister in this hoose thae times and that's no the duke. Yo should see the duchess." Leopold, the king of Belgians. Is still the richest monarch in Europe after the czar. With his extensive business interests In the Congo, it I estimated that Leopold, the "rubber king," receives at least $3,000,000 un nually. Prof. Sedwick, of the Institute of Technology, Boston, is at the head o a movement for the establishing in his city of a zoological society, claim ing Boston is practically the only large city in the world which has no "zoo." A Big Bargain for 12 Cents Postpaid. The year of 190(1 was one of prodigal plenty on our seed tarm Emperor William has given permis sion to tne crown prince to use horn with a double note when motor ing. This, like the kaiser's own motor fanfare, will enable the public to read ily recognize the approach of a royal automobile. did vegetable and farm seeds return such enormous yield. Now we wish to gain 200,000 now cus lomers mis year una nence oner lor 12c Women in China have the privilege Never before ,of fighting in the wars. In the re post pat a lpl pkg. (ianlen City Beet. 10c 1 r-arliest Ripe Cabbage 10c 1 " Earliest Emerald Cucumber.... Jc 1 " La Crost-e Market Lettuce 15c 1 " 13 Dav Badi-li 10c 1 ' Blue Blood Tomato 15c 1 " Juicy Turnip 10c 1000 kernels gloriously beautiful flow er seeds 15c Total $1.00 AH for 12c postpaid in order to intro duce our warranted peed., nnd if you will fnd 16c we will add one package of Berliner Earliest Cauliflower, together with our mammoth plant, nursery ttotk, Tepetable and farm peed and tool catalog. lhis catalog is mailed tree to ull in tending purchaser. Write to-dav. John A. alzer Seed Co., Box W, La Crowe, v is. Runabout Reggy s new automo bile blew up with him on the first trip, and be sued the firm that sold him the machine." Speeder "Did he recoTer anything?" Runabout "Everything, I believe, but one finger and part of an ear." Judge. WEAK, PALE, THIH Or. Williams' Pink Pilla Restored Mrs. Bobbins To Health and Also Cured Her Daughter of Anaemia. Mrs. Jo:Ie Bobbins, of 1121 Clar 6t. Decatur, 111., says: "I was weak, thin and troubled with headaches. My appetite failed so that I did not rel ish my food. I was unable to do my irork because my limbs pained mo ao and my feet were swollen. I got numo anu dizzy, my tongue seemed at times to bo paralyzed so that I couldn t speak distinctly. My extrem- Ities, wl:en in this numb state, felt as If some one was sticking needles Into me all over their surface. Through my shoulders at times I had such pain that I couldn't sleep. Many times I woke with a smothering sensation. 'When the physicians remedies failed to benefit me I began to look for something that would. My sister, irs. Aicuaniei, or Decatur, recom mended Dr. Williams' Pink Tills to ne and I at once purchased some. I "was' greatly encouraged when I saw how they acted on my nervous condi tion and continued using them until cured. I am now able to attend to my duties and have not consulted a phys ician since. "I also gave them to my daughter ho had always been weak and who at this time seemed to lack vitality. Ilcr cheeks were colorless and she was thin and spiritless. She had an aemia and we feared consnmptlon, be cause every time she went out doors If It was at all cold or damp she would take cold and cough. But Dr. Williams' Pink Pills brought color hack to her cheeks and strength to her body." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all drtiegists. or pent postpaid, on re colpt of price. 50 cents per box. fix boxe3 for J2.50, by the Dr. Williams Aledicino Co., fichencctady, N. Y. .bell ion of 1850 women did as much fighting as men. At Nankin in 1S33 about 500.000 women from various parts of the country were formed into brigades of 1.1.000 each, under female officers. Of these soldiers 10.000 were picked women, drilled and garrisoned in the city. Mr. Rockefeller's gift to education is a magnificent one. He may get little evidence of appreciation from the present generation, which seems to delight in denouncing both the good and bad deeds of rich men, but, says the Kansas City Journal, his name will be honored in history as that of one of the world's great benefactors The man who declares that the Wright brothers have solved the prob lem of aerial navigation and predicts mai me nying maenme win De ac cepted publicly before the end of this year says that he knows of no other sport which is so calculated to tune up the nerves, fit men to make prompt decisions and teach them confidence. As to the latter quality It may occur to the ordinary man that considerable confidence is requisite for a man to take up the pastime. A New York woman, angered by a court decision against her, swept out of the room highly indignant, but re turned In a few moments, hurried up to the recorder's desk and presented to the magistrate an unusually large and juicy lemon. The recorder, how ever, was wise in his day and genera tion. Instead of fining the woman for contempt of court, ho accepted the lemon she offered him with a pleasant smile, remarking that good lemons cost a good deal of money nowadays. The Rev. Checlzzli brings to the western world the information that Isaiah, the prophet, was a black man. Any information as to Isaiah is accept able, remarks the Indianapolis News. The Bible critics have been worrying about him for years, and most of them have settled down to the opinion that there were two or three of him. It Is agreed, however, that he or they wield ed a vigorous jcn, and that the lead ing articles produced were ornaments to the journalism of the time. Isaiah's circulation was something fierce. An Ohio man, in the penitentiary for burglary, has invented a perforating machine on which he is to get a roy alty of $3,000 a year for ten years, and has been released on a promise of re form. As a result every inventor in the Ohio'penitentiary will probably try lo break into the penitentiary. Andrew Carnegie is to have his namo perpetuated in Chicago by a university bearing his name. Articles of incor poration have been filed in the county recorder's office by which the new in stitution la allowed to teach nianv clenct's. Claimed Many Lives. Pneumonia was the greatest single .arise of death in Michigan during 1906, the total of deaths reported from this disease to the secretary of state being 2,500. Tuberculosis in all forms caused a greater number of deaths, 2.676, but the number reported for the single caupe, tuberculosis of the lungs, was 2.274. Typhoid fever caused 69$ deaths, diphtheria 373, scarlet fever 221, measles 246, meningitis 48$, influ enza, 300; cancer, 1,660; violence 2,213. The diseases of Infants were also important causes of death. 7,706 dying under one year of age. There were only three deaths from smallpox. Heroic Girl. Braving flames that threatened every instant to envelop her, and though her hair was burning, her hands and face blistering, the 11-year-old daughter of George Blohm made a heroic attempt to drag Invalid Mrs. Lillie Post from the burning house of Henry Bender in Hart. She failed and later the charred body of Mrs. Post was found in the ruins. In the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Bend er, the girl had called at their home to be with Mrs. Post. Clothing had been left near the stove to dry and it caught fire. The girl was playing in the yard. Hearing Mrs. Post cry out she rushed in to find her in flames. The efforts of the. child proved fu tile, and she was forced to abandon the woman to her fate. The Sons of a Hero. Eingelbert Riedlinger, aged 23. a Michigan Central employe, in 188S was drowned while trying to save Samuel Phillips, a lad who fell into the riv er. Riedlineer was an expert swim- mer, but the boy clasped him about the neck and dragged him to the bot tom. Riedlinger left a widow and two children, and in recognition of his heroism a fund of $1,300 was raised. Half was paid to the widow and the balance deposited in a savings b-nk for the benefit of the children. The oldest, William, has just reached his majority and was paid $55S, double the sum aeposuea ior mm. Kngeibert, a younger son, will draw a still larger sum in 1909. LIQUOR MONEY. Auditor-General Bradley's Figures Are Interesting. The liquor Interests must get un average of considerably over one dol lar from every man, woman and child m me state to pay for the privilege of carrying on business. In 1906, ac cording to. figures given by Auditor i.eneral Bradley, the total paid in 11- t-ensea was, $3,821,206.10. , The popula flstrt aft. - . wi me state at tne last census was 2,530.016. The above amount has nothing to uo wun tha taxes assessed for regular purposes on the property of the brew- cr ana saloonlsts. There are four classes of licenses, tie largest being that signified by the it-u caru hanging up in the retail thirst parlor. The license for engag ing In either the retail or wholesale business is $500 a year. The number issued in this class was 5,723. and the total so received, $2,789,176.10. For both the wholesale and retail business the fee is $800 and 30 such licenses totalled $24,00. Eighty-three manu facturers of malt brewed oc fermented liquors paid $3,330, and 54 warehouse agencies paid $2,700. Alcona issued the smallest number of licenses, collecting $1,416.66. Wayne Issued the largest number, 1,724, and collected $838,233.09. STATE CONVENTION. for Nominees of' Democrat Party Spring Election. Whatever the cause, the Democratic state convention held in Flint attract ed the most representative gathering mat tne Democracy has had In vears in audition there was an.unaccount able spirit of unanimity that broueht joy to the hearts of the old-timers and aroused in them the fire of hope Under the spell of concenial surround ings things went with a snau and vim and the temper of the delegates was expressed in the incisive resolution that were drafted by T. E. Tarsney, of Detroit. The ticket nominated follows Justices of the Supreme Court- George P. Stone, of Ithaca; John R Carr, of Cassopolls. Regents of U. of M. Woodbridge N Ferris, of Big Rapids; Henry A. liar mon, of Detroit. Member of State Board of Education Stanley E. Parkill, of Owosso, Mrs. Courier Is Free. Mrs. Cora Courter, of Sheridan, is a free woman, the coroner's Jury in tne death of her husband. Albert Cour ter, finding that his death was .not caused by poison. The finding of the coroner's jury was tne result of the report of Chem 1st W. K. Schmidt, of Grand Rapids that he had made four tests of the stomach contents of the dead man and failed to find a trace of poison. -Mrs. Courter was informed of the report of the chemist, and Sheriff Gaf field told her she could go home. Her only comment was: "I knew that would be the result T V. n ) r . , . iiau iiu tears. 1 Knew 1 was in no danger. Mrs. Courter showed little more emo tion when she was discharged than at any time since the gossips of Sheridan village stirred up the scandalous stories. Mrs. Cora Courter is held in hich esteem with the Detroit wholesale mil linery firms with which she has done business. She is given an excellent reputation as to character and bus! ness ability. SOME WIVES ARE DIFFERENT. Quiet Cynicism, or Good Honest Row Which Is the Better? "Most men," said the' man of expert ence, "think it must be awfully nica to have a wife who takes things as coolly as Dave Potter's wifo takes them; but others, more discriminat ing, prefer a good honest row to her siyie or quiet cynicism. Tho way she behaved the other day when she found a letter in Dave's pocket from a girl is an example of her method. "'I don't see,' wrote this girl, 'how on earth I can ever live without you.' "Dave's wife read that gush, and a lot more Just like It, without ever turn ing a hair. " 'Well,' she said, quleth'. 'that eirl is a fool. If she knew you as well as I do she would bo wondering how on earth she could ever live with you.' "And that, in the opinion of tho dis criminating few, cuts a whole lot deeper than a common, everyday rum pus." CHILDREN TORTURED. Building Up Manila. Manila is Issuing building permit! at. the rate of from 10 to 25 a day, large and small. ou have miWd the 11 if Garfield Tea, Nature laxative, hu Urn over looked; taLc it to regulate the liver and to overcome condipatk 11. Aged Mother Sues Saloonist. Alleging that liquor furnished her twin sons, William and Henry Munger, aged 41 years, who were killed Christ mas eve, while walking on the Grand Trunk railroad tracks from Vicksburg to Schoolcraft, contributed to their death, Mrs. Maria Munger, aged 76 years, has commenced suit for $3,000 damages. Henry C. Miller, saloonist, and his bondsmen, Horace Williams and Frank H. Munn; all of Vicksburg, are the defendants. The twin sons were their mother's only support. The Mungers had been In Vicksburg to purchase Christmas gifts. Charlotte Jolted. The reports Bent out from Lansinir. that the Standard Lamp and Manufac turing Co. of Chicago is going to lo cate In Lansing is a big surprise to Charlotte taxpayers, who voted at a special election held a year ago this month to bond the city for $9,000 to have the plant locate there. So anxi ous were the officers of the concern to come to Charlotte that they asked that a special election be held two weeks before the regular spring elec- lon and decide the question, which was carried decisively. Verdict Against P. M. The jury In the Gorton damage suit against the Pere Marquette railway brought in a verdict for $4,888 in favor of the plaintiff, George T. Gorton, who sued for $10,000 for the death of his wife. Mrs. Gorton and her sister. Mrs. Jessie Allen, were killed at the Ather ton crossing In Flint a year ago in January by a train which was run ning backwards. Trained dogs belonging to the Wex- om Bros.' Carnival Co., wintering in Bancroft, got to fighting and before they could be separated a collie worth 300 was almost torn to pieces. The express messenger on the Pere Marquette, narrowly escaped death Tuesday night near Muskegon when a lam;i in his car exploded and set fire to the coach. William Jennings Bryan and Presi dent Roosevelt both came in for a share of praise at the Arenac county Democratic convention. Georco II. Jlasure, Republican' school commis sioner, was indorsed. State Salt Inspector Temple Emery nnounees that he will not make any changes in the staff of deputies except n tne Marine Clty-St. Clair district. where J P Reath will succeed Inspec tor Beach. MICHIGAN BREVITIES. Mrs. H. T. G. Naumann Is the first woman to seek political honors in St. Clair county. She is a candidate for commissioner of schools. "Bury me on the left hand of my sec ond wire, is one of the terms of the will of John Gale, of Ann Arbor, who was married three times. Wlille working in a saw mill near Holland, Martin Van Slooten was prob ably fatally Injured. His scalp was torn off and his skull injured. Pretending to be a butcher, Deputy Sheriff Johns, of Kent county, made an appointment with a man and soon se cured a confession that the fellow had assisted two thieves to steal two calves from L. F. Shoemaker, Adjt.-Gen. McGurrin is out with a statement that the present drill rooms of the Michigan National guard are totally inadequate as to site. He is agitating a move to induce the state to build new armories with ample room. Aaron Miller, of Gladstone, a civil war veteran, aged 73 years, is dead. He and his five brothers were mem bers of the Wisconsin regiments, and served all through the war, all coming home without a scratch from bullet or saber. When a Traverse City fisherman who had left a minnow as bait on a hook dangling from a bridge over night, returned in the morning his eyes stuck out when he pulled In a "hell diver," one of the most active of all small water fowl. Clifford Thayer, of Battle Creek, has been bereft of his parentis and mother- in law within one week. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Thayer, of Homer, were visiting their son, Clifford, when they died within a few days of each other, and later Mrs. J. p. Tomlinson expired. Learning that a man acting in a de mented manner was wandering about In the woods near Grayling, the sher iff located Howard A. Cockley, who had $60, a gold watch and several deeds in his pockets. He had recent ly shipped a carload of horses from Lewiston. Both his feet are badly frozen. The efforts of Frederick Graupner, a former Adrian coal dealer, to break the coal trust, resulted In his insan ity, and he Is dead In the asylum at Pontlac. Bert Kemp, of Smith's Creek, await ing trial on a charge of murdering his Infant, continues his "crazy" acts. His latest is to wash his hands and face in the gravy which comes from his food. Gov. Warner has been invited to be come a member of the "House of Gov ernors," which a New York man Is or ganizing. It is proposed that the state governors get together annually and .discuss public questions. Cirl Had Running Sores from Eczema Boy Tortured by Poison Oak Both Cured by Cuticura. "Last year, after having my little girl treated by a very prominent phy sician for an obstinate case of ec zema, I resorted to the Cuticura Rem edies, and was so well pleased with the almost instantaneous relief afford ed that we discarded the physician's prescription and relied entirely on tho Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint ment, and Cuticura Pills. When we commenced with the Cuticura Reme dies her feet and limbs were covered with running sores. In about six weeks wo had her completely well, and there has been no recurrence of tho trouble. "In July of this year a little boy in our family poisoned his hands and arms with poison oak, and in twenty four hours his hands and arms were a mass of torturing sores. Wb used only the Cuticura Remedies, washing his hands and arms with tho Cuticura Soap, and anointing them with the Cuticura Ointment, and then gave him the Cuticura Resolvent. In about three weeks his hands and arms healed up. So we have lots of cause for feeling grateful for the Cu ticura Remedies. We find that the Cuticura Remedies are a valuable household standby, living as we do twelve miles from a doctor. Mrs. Liz zie Vincent Thomas, Fairmont, Wal den's Ridge, Tenn., Oct. 13, 1905." How to Sleep In a Blanket. There are a great many very com petent treatises telling you how to build your fire, pitch your tent and all the rest of it. I have never seen des cribed the woodman's method of using a blanket, however. Lie flat on your back. Spread the blanket over you. Now raise your legs rigid from the hips, the blanket, of course, tdraping over them. In two swift motions tuck first one edge under your legs from right to left, then tho second edge un der from left to right, and over the first edge. Lower your legs, wrap up your shoulders and go to sleep. If you roll over one edge will unwind but the other will tighten. Stewart Edward White in Outing. Long Sermons. Mark Twain tells this story, the moral of which you may supply your self:- "I went to church one time and was so Impressed by what the preach er told me about the poor heathen that I was ready to give up a hundred dollars of my own money and even go out and borrow more to send tg the heathen. But the minister preached too long, and my enthusiasm began to drop about $25 a drop till there was nothing left for the poor heathen, and by the time he was through and the collection was taken up I stole ten cents off the plate." Southwestern's book. Notwithstanding the existence ol switches, pads, drug store complex ions, belladonna and pneumatic con trlvances such as are described in the advertising pages of magazines, you never have beard of a self-mads woman. COFFEE THRESHED HER. 15 Long Years. "For over fifteen years," writes a patient, hopeful little Ills, woman. while a coffee drinker, I suffered from Spinal Irritation and Nervous trouble. I was treated by good physi cians, but did not get much relief. "I never suspected that coffee might bo aggravating my condition. I was downhearted and discouraged, but prayed daily that I might find-something to help mo. "Several years ago, while at a friend's house, I drank' a cup of Post um and thought I had never , tasted anything more delicious. "From that time on I usod Postum instead of coffee, and soon began to improve "in health, o that now I can walk half a -dozen flocks or more with ease, and do many other things that I never thought I would be able to do again in this world. "My appetite Is good, I sleep well, and find life worth living, indeed. A lady of my acquaintance said she did not like Postum, It was so weak and tasteless. "I explained to her the difference when It Is made right boiled accord ing'to directions. She was glad to know this because coffee did nota?ree with her. Now her folks say they ex pect to use Postum tho rest of their lives." Name given by Postnm Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. Rend tho little book, "Tho Road to Weliville," In pkgs. "There's a rcaron " It Isn't always policy to believe the man who tells you what he would do if he were In your place. rii.r.H n;i,ED is i to 14 ii.it a. VA'.O ' olNTJIK.yr . Fuaranttcd to rnre nnr care of icb n. III.11U. Mi.t.li, or J'rotrudintf 1M lu tiioHiUjtormui.irjr reiuiMitrrt. u)c. Luxury in tnis 'world mai:es us ror get another. Nartlmtoroew. Stats or 0to. Citt or Ton do, T aa LVCA9 Coittt. 1 Fbavk J. Can it nifties oath, that be fa ralor partner of the firm of K. J. Chkvit Co., dulaf Lutlueti la lLo City of Toledo. County tmd luiii foresaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ON J IIUNDltKU DOLLAlt for cca ftu4 rf rae of Catakb Ibat cannot b cured by U um ol liALL'S CATAKAU Ct'BK. FKAXK J. CnENET. Sworn to Laforr ma au l auUk;rtied u my prwaac. till, bib day of Imu tiabjr, A. U.. t " A. W.OLEAS03T, ("f NOTAET PC !. lUll'a Catarrh Cur ( taken internally and a;t tllrri'tly oa Hie b!Mid and mucoua urfacaa of tu ytleiu. brud fur let!'u..nll.. fro. . j. aiLNEV a co.,Toii, ox Sold by all Drug Uu. 7.1c. 1 W Hall's Kauiiiy fill for roottlpatloa. Author Fond of the Country. Arthur Stringer, the author. Is ai enthusiastic farmer, and has a fin fruit farm at Cedar Springs, Oat, where he spends hl3 summers. IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OF mm IN THE HOUSE AND YOU WILL HAVE A QUICK. SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR PAIN WHERE YOU CAN GET AT IT WHEN WEEDED. PRICE 25c AND SOc W. L, DOUGLAS S3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES thTSJ&d W. L DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT E0GE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. SSf?t FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES: w0?!?1 ,01,s, ChlMi-eiiM hhM.u,i.a5 to WI.OO. W. 1j. I Jouliis shot's are rproynizf 1 by expf-rt judges of footwear vuutj mo mi Myie.ni ami wcur proUurcri in this country. Kai j art of t.io Moo ami every detail of the making Is looked after and waU-hed ovnr bv killed sitorinakr TS. wit li.it f. rrcrir1 t.k a time or cost. If J could t;ikn you into my lar-: factories a t ;.Si l.roekton, Mass., ar.d show you how carefully V. 1,. Ion!.n yVp siocs aro ma le, y m would then understand why they hold th'ir'!iaT)e" wear longer. ;tnd am of greater value than any ot'-r makw. ' I.. JO.H'l lit better, .solf. uirrlU. I'utulogmaittdjret. V. I.i . IH Vii I.an, ilr..cfc .1 oti, !.. ' , 1 If II ia irirr t iiiiinn nn I ..il.n. I. ...I. -.. ... . I an mur l. urn :s u CUKED m ill . ii i D The Circulation Stimulated C and "the Miir.lec And .Ininfc V ubricated bv usintf j w n Price 25c 50c & 41.00 Sold by aJI Dealers "Sloan's Treatise Oh The Horse'Sent Free Address Dr.EarlS.Sloan.Boston.Mass. - Fertile Farming LAIR D Cheap Easy Terms In the Dcst Section of tho South Unexcelled for General Farming. Stock Kaising, Uerries, Fruit and Vegetables. Cantaloupes, Strawberries, Peaches Apples. Grapes, etc., give handsome returns. Cattle need but little winter feed. HEALTHY "CLIMATE. GOOD WATER. LONG GROWING SEASON. Addre C A. PARK, Gen. Im. k Ind'l Agt. Louisville & Nashvillo (l. R. Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. 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Thev wear like glazed tile, retain their handsome lustre, prevent disease by resistance to dirt, dust and grease, EDBCFSlrj Interior Enamels give ytro a hard, glossy, tile-like finisb, and are used in place of wall paper and other absorbent wall finishes in halls, bedrooms, bathrooms and kit chens in the best dwellings, hoteb and other public buildings. The sani tary feature alone can hardly be over estimated. Decorao Interior Enamels are prepared ready for the brush, are easily applied, and cost no more than good oil paint. faT" To every person who con templates interior refinishing or dec orating, and sends us name and ad dress, we will send a handsome OxI dized silver Buffalo-head stick pin or hat-pin. Also our Color Chart of Decorao Interior Enamels with information of great value to you. Buffalo Oil Paint H Varnish Co. Buffalo Chicago JOIN TE3E UAVV Which enllai fur 4 year oun ni-rt of wood char acter and DOBl i-bTBiciil roodilKin Iwtwpen Ihft uM of lianU7 ifrfltic neinifni flue opportune tl fr ivrireinnt; pay fm lol.Wa month. Klco irlntitnA. niMfhinivia. biackxtnuli. copfHTfttnlthft, rari-iiir. lri-lMler. (Hiai-taer. tirtmiei). ino mri.irm. rooks, etc, betwren tl andtf yMtra. clerks. i'iiiM apprentices between 18 and ft ttur. on- l.mel Ih tperiai rutinin wlib amiable pay. Kctiro ine.it nn liirre-fonrthft par and alowancv after 'JO yftara er?ire. AipliC'inta niunl be American citi tena. 15 worth or cloihina free to recruit, t'pon (liftcharire navel allowance 4 cent per mile in place of enliMrent. Ilonii tour mnnt h pur andlncieae In pay niHtn re enlistment within four moaih of d:tcharre. U.S. NAVY RECRUITING STATIONS: No. 33 Latjyrtte Avraue. . DP.TR0IT. MICH. Cnimbrr ol Cammrrct Buiidinf, T0I EDO, OHIO. fast fltikt Build.n. . JACKSOrf. MICH jl Oflira Buildiof. . SAGINAW. MICH DEFIANCE STARCH SrM THE CANADIAN WEST IS THE BEST WEST The testimony of thou sands during the ( yer is that the Cana.liao West is the best Y eai. tear by year the an euitnral returns have in creased In volatile and lai value, and still the One, dian Government nfteee I no nerve FREK tn very bod fid setLler. Some of the Advantages The phenomenal Increase In railway mlleaco in it In lines and branches bus put almost every por tion of tbe country within easy reach of cburoiieM. schools, market, cheap fuel aod every uodera convenience. TiioNlMKrr Mil. MOV nrsniit. WHEAT CROP of this yenr means r4l,(M),Uiu to the farmers of Western t anada. apart front the result of other srams and cattle. Kr advice and Information address the fiTTPRrt. IM KMr.NTtK IMMH.KA HON. Ouawa, t'aasUa. or any ant horned t.ovcriinient A genu M. V. MdNNES, 6 Avenue Theatre Block. D Iroit, Michifan; or C. A. LAURIER, Sault Marie, Michifan.