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It you don't got tho biggest and. bost
It's your own fault. Doflanco Btarch
in for ealo ovorywhcro and thoro Is
positively nothing to equal It in quality
Mrs. JT. H. Haskijs, of Chicago,
Xll. Preftfckmt Chicago Arcade
Clib. Addresses Comforting
"Words to Women Regarding
4 DsA.it Mrs. PiNitnAM! Mothers
&eod not Oread chlldbonrinff after thoy
know tlio valuo of Lydla E. l'lnk
Iiam's Vcgotablo Compound.
While I loved children I dreaded tho
ordoal, for it loft mo weak and sick
MB8. J. IT. KABItlNS.
for months after, and at the time I
thought doath was a wolcomo relief;
but before my last child woe born a
pood neighbor advised I.yHaE.Plnk
ham's vcgotablo Compound, and
I used that, togothor with your Fills
and Banatlvo Wash for four months
beforo the child's birth; it brought
me wonderful reliof. I hardly had an
aoho or pain, and when tho child was
ten days old I left my bed btronrr in
health. Every Hprlngandfalllnowtako
nbottlo of Lydla E.Plnlchnm'H Veg
etable Compound and find it keeps
,tno in continual excellent health."
iMrs. J. n. IIasiiinb, 3248 Indiana Ave.,
Chicago, 111. ftOOOferftlt If about Ultimo.
i Curo and careful counsel Is
iTFlint tlio oxpcctnnt nntl would-be
.mother needs, nnd this counsel
Islio can secure without cost by
writing to Mrs. Plnklmw. at
JUST THINK OF ST
Evory farmer his own landlord, no fncura.
brnncon, his hank oocount Increasing year by
rcnr.lanu vaiuo inorcas
ln&, stock Increasing,
snlcndld cllmato. ex
ocucnt BonooiB ana
churchca, Ion taxation,
hlifh prices (or oattlu
and grain, low railway
I rales, ana every possl
1 bio comfort. This 1 the
coudiuouot itio farmer n western unnaan
Proylnoo of Manitoba and districts of Asstnl
bola, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Thousands
of Amertoans. oro now scttlod there. Reduced
rates on all railways for homescelcera and set
tiers. Now districts are be I no ooencd uo tbts
year, Tho new forty-uaga Atlas
' fc- : -. . ..t -.; .
101 western is
niaa sent iree to mi applicants. -. j-cuiut.
Superintendent of Imralgntlon,Ottawa,Oanda
or W.V.Bennott, Canadian Government Agent,
801 New York Lite Dldg., Omaha, Nob.
f LargeatRrowors of (
Clover, Timothy nnd
Grasses. Our northorn arown Clover. I
for vlcnr. front nnd drouth resisting "
i properties, has J ust ly become famous. J
SUPERIOR ClOYER, be. $5.80; 100 16s. 59.601
, La Cress PrlM Clanr, bu . (5.60; 1 00 lbs. $9.20
Sample Clot tr, Timothy sod Guiici and f tut j
uuioc arnica jou lor c psiuie.
( 1UX DP IN OOLLAPSIBLH TtniBS )
A substitute for and superior to mustard or
nnyotnor piasicr, ana win not. ouster tho
mlMt doltcate skin. Tho paln-allaylng and
curatlvo qualities of this artlolo aro wonder
ful. It will stop tho toothache at onoe, and
rellove taeadacho and sciatica. Wo recom
mend it as tho best and tafest external
counter-irritant known, also as an external
remedy for pains In tho chest and stomach
and Ti.ll rheumatic, neuralgto and gouty com
plaints. A trial will prove what wo claim
for It, and It will be found to be lnvaluablo
la the household. Many people say "it Is the
best of all of your preparations." Prlco IS
cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by
sending this amount to us In postage stamps
wo will send you a tube by mall. No article
Bhould bo accepted by tho public unless thu
sauio carries our label, as othorwlso 1 1 Is not
genuine. CHOSEllROUOtl MPQ. CO k
17 State Street, Nw youk Cixr.
When Answering Advertisements
Mention This I'aper.
W. N. U. OMAHA.
lIKUi WHU1E All tlbt fill?. . . I
tf&tiyrnp. Taticsuooo. uboi
ld by dn2Clt.
length of Trip
Tho G.684,811 passenger carried orer
B&nta Fo system lines the last fiscal
year traveled In tho nggrogata G14,037,
047 miles or a llttlo more than 90 miles
per passenger. Considering tho fact
that so many made long trips to Cal
ifornia tho percentage of "short-trip-pers"
must hare been qulto largo to
bring tho average down to less than a
It has been found that editors' Jour
ney averago only 60 miles, which fact
effectually disposes of the musty Joke
about newspaper men riding on passes
to uavo board bills. They apparently
stay at homo mora than other folks do.
Tho head of tho family is also tho
foot when tho bills como in.
Storekeepers roport that tho oxtra
quantity, togothor with tho superior
quality, of Doflanco Starch makes it
noxt to imposslblo to sell any othor
Lovo may not bo blind at tho start
but It Is novcr ablo to boo its finish.
TIIOBK WHO HAVE TRIED IT
will use no other. Defiance Cold Water
Btarch has no equal In Quantity or Qual
ity 16 o. for 10 cents. Other brands
contain only 12 os.
Thero nro about 000,000 moro wo
men than men in tho German empire
Tho tonguo is an organ and somo
people nro too fond of giving froo or
Th Handsomest Calendar of
Tho Chicago, Mllwaukco & St. Paul
Railroad Co. has issued a beautiful
calendar in six sheets 12x14 Inches,
each shoot having a ten-color plcturo
of a popular actress reproductions of
water colors by Loon Moran. Tho orig
inal paintings are owned by and tho
calendars are Issued under tho Rail
way Company's copyright A limited
edition will bo sold at 25 cents per cal
endar of bIx sheets. Will bo mailed
on rocolpt of price. P. A. Miller,
Goncral Passenger Agent, Chicago.
Butter a distant friend than an intl
DSQ THE FAMOUS
Red Cross Dall Dlue. Largo a-oz. pvskoeeB
seats. Tho Rush Company, bouth Bead, Ind.
Tho blind man Is willing to pay for
his recovery on. sight.
PIso's Cure for Consumption Is an Infallible
medlcino for coug'as and colds. N. W. Samuci
Ocean drove, N. (., Feb. 17, 1900.
An old bachelor Hays that matri
mony a-ad not Wisconsin i3 tho
Mrs. Wlnulows Soothing Syrnp.
Torebltdreo leettlng, softonn tho gunu, reduf et lo
tJmmulon,lli pain. euro wlndcolio. Men bottle.
A great mind will nelthor glvo an
affront nor bear it. Home.
Dilro ItheamntUm Away
by the use of MATT J. JOHNSON'S COS
It cures thoioughly and quickly.
Cupid makes tho lovo matches and
cupidity la responsible for tho othor
to Virginia, North and Bouth Carolina,
Good farm and stock lands choap. Nor tor
nadoes or hoavy winters. For pamphlota
nnd excursion rates address W. Conklyn,
N W. P. Agt. O. & O. By., 284 Clark St
Chicago. Falling in lovo Is getting oxcluslvo
In your affections.
Doafneis Cannot Uo Cared
by local applications, as thpy cannot reach the
dlsoased portion of tho ear. Thoro Is only ono
way to ouro deaf noss. and that Is by consti
tutional remedlos. Doafnoss is causod by an
Inflamed condition of the mucus lining of thn
iCuntachian Tubo. Whon this tubo Is lnniimod
ou have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear
nir. nnd when It Is cntlrolv closed deafness is
the rosult, and unlosc tho inflammation can bo
taken out and this tubo restored to its normal
condition, hoarlng will bo destroyed forever;
ntno cases out of ten are caused by catnrrb.
which Is nothing but an icflamcd condition of
tho muous surfaces.
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars tor any case
ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot
bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
eireulars, tree. cuENEy & a
Solrt oy Druggists. T5c.
Hall's Family I'llls oro tho best.
Tho end of man doesn't
como when ho sees his finish.
Dealers Bay that as Boon as a custo
mer tries Defiance Starch it is im
posslblo to sell them any othor cold
wator Btarch. It can be used cold or
Thoro aro no premiums
with Dofianco Starch, but it
is tho best Btarch in tho
world and 16 ounces for 10
cents. Other 10c starches
weigh 12 ounces. Buy "Dofl
anco and you get one-third
moro starch and bettor
If your grocer does not
keep it send us his name and
wo will send you ono trial
At Wholesale by All Grocery Jobbers.
VOn A 'WEEK Btrntjrht salary and ojc-
U wuiri to men with rlc to Introduce
our Voultry Mixture in country: yr con-
lrfit weoUly pay. Address, with stirr,
KouurcU m3i. Coiloi ltUSHPrhitfleld, 111
fU4'10C2VNEW DISCOVERYj utves
Kr(Mr C9 I quIclcreUafindcurriwont
nut. Kook of teitlmoal&U tod 10 IUT trcttineuS
trsxt. dk, ii. u. miivi boss, Bj k. iiuiu. a.
UlVUnilUmit oiCKT. MORGAtJ. El Reno, 0. T.
WHEELER AND QR08VENOR EX
CHANGE LIVELY WORDS.
FORMER ASSAILS PRESIDENT
He Denounces Our Attitude Toward
England as "Flunkoyism"--Thinks
It Proper that Lord Pauncefote Be
WASHINGTON, Fob. 15. Tho mo
notony of a private pension day ot
tho house was enlivened by an 1m
passlonod spooch from Mr. Wheeler
of Kentucky In denunciation of what
ho denominated "flunkoyism" to for
olgn countries. Ho took tho rocont
statements emanating from tho conti
nental cabinets regarding tho attitude
of Qrcci. Britain durir.g tho Spanish
American war as a text for a whole
Balo attack upon tho trend of tho
United Statos' recent diplomacy. Ho
Bovoroly scored Secretary Hay and de
clared that If Lord Pauncefoto had
sought, as was alleged, to circumvent
this country during tho war of 1898,
tho sooner ho waB shipped across tho
seas tho hotter.
Ho also criticised tho president for
his reported Intention to send his
daughter to tho coronation of King
Edward and protested against tho oul-
clal rocoptlon of Prlnco Henry.
His speech aroused tho house to a
high pitch of excltomont and elicited
from Mr. Boutell of Illinois a spiced
defence of Secretary Hay, whom ho
eulogized In high terms. Several
members took a hand and later In tho
afternoon Mr. Qrosvonor of Ohio took
Mr. Wheeler to task for his "Inop
portune protest" and rehearsed tho
history of tho visit of the prlnco ot
Wfiles to this country In I860 and
his, reception by Prosidont Buchanan.
Mr. Wheolor excoriated what ho
termed tho modern disposition toward
"European flunkoyism." Until 1890,
ha said, all Americans had gloried In
the splendid Isolation of tho republic
and Us determination to hold aloof
from foreign entangling alliances.
Less than five years ago, ho declared,
a president, "goaded on by tho pitia
ble flunltoy In tho State department,"
had stretched lits arms across tho sea3
in adulation to tho people of Groat
Britain nnd today tho government wa3
hugging to its bosom that which since
tho battlo of Yorktown had systemat
ically and persistently plottod our
"I have respect for tho present oc
cupant of tho White House, I frankly
SiVow," said tho speaker. "I think he
is too honest to bo palatable to tho
nvorago republican partisan. A little
Quixotic, it is true, hasty-tempered,
full-blooded and not exactly desirable
to many of our cltlzons, and I indulge
tho hope that tho lingering element
ot Americanism will induce him at tho
first opportunity to boot out that man
In the State dopartmont, who In my
judgment has brought us to this hu
"England a friend of tho United
States? I would to God sho were, but
what a spectacle have we presented
In order to boast that we have tho
friendship of Great Brtain and have
become a world power.
"For moro than four years we have
witnessed Great Britain maintaining
military stations InBldo the borders
of two ropubllcs. We have seen her
agents going up and down this coun
try enlisting men and buying mate
rials of war, and I believe I will not
travel outside the record when I as
Bort that any, momber upon this floor
who has served hero as much as
four years has received letters from
his constituents protesting against the
enforced enlistment of American boys
by the English government to do bat
tlo In South Africa.
"Wo havo swung further away from
tho democratic traditions, from repub
lican ideas nnd republican principles
in tho last five years than In the pre
vious 100 years."
W. E. West Acquitted.
AMES, la., Feb. 14. Tho trial ot W.
E. WeBt of Grand Forks, Minn., for
killing Frank March, has resulted In
his acquittal after a three weeks' ses
sion. Report of Tolstoi's Death.
VIENNA, Feb. 15. Tho NIous Wie
ner Journal publishes amconfirmed
rumor that Count Tolstois dead.
A bill was Introduced In congress
by Delegate Flynn, providing for two
additional Judges in Oklahoma and
placing judicial salaries In tho terri
tory at ?5,C00 a year.
Introduces Treason Bill.
WASHINGTON, Feb, 15. Senator
Hoar today offered the following
amendment to tho Philippine tariff
bill now pending Is tho senate, the
provision to bo Inserted at the end:
"No person in tho Philippine islands
shall, under tho authority of tho Uni
ted States, bo convicted of treason by
any tribunal, civil or military, unless
upon tho testimony of two witnesses
to the Bamo overt act or confession
in open court." N
FOR QOVERMENr EXHIBIT.
House Committee and.t Louis Man
WASHINGTON, Fob!" 14.Tho om
ctals Qf tho government board for the
SL Louis oxposltlon and a number
of St. Louis men idontiflod with that
enterprise today were beforo tho
houso commtttco on expositions rela
tive to tho amount 'required for tho
Congress has heretoforo appropri
ated $250,000 as a part of tho amount
for the building, but tho amount for
Lthe exhibit itself was left open.
Assistant Secretary of Agrlculturo
Brlgham, head of tho government'
board, and his assistants cakulato on
$800,000 for the exhibit They also
deslro a building to cost $450,000.
Supervising Architect Taylor of tho
Treasury department stated that tho
building would cost from $50,000 to
$75,000 more if built within tho timo
originally set for oponlng the exposi
tion than It would if another year was
The various ofUclals explained tho
magnltudo of tho work and the plana
to make this government oxhlblt In
every way worthy of tho enterprise
as a whole.
RUSSIA LIKELY TO PLAY EVEN.
Austrian Papers 8oe a Way to Be Re
venged. VIENNA, Feb. 14. Tho Anglo-Jap-unoso
treaty of alliance Is the featuro
of today's news in the Austrian news
papers and Russia's probable action
is widely discussed. Tho consensus
of opinion among those who are gen
erally In touch with Russian views
Is that tho militant Muscovites will
endeavor to rovonge themselves by
stirring up disorders 'in Afghanistan,
while tho Russian government will Ho
low, awaiting tho moment whon Jap
an, having organized tho military
forces of China, will Join hands with
the latter and drlvo out all Euro
peans with the exception of the Rus
sians, who, by that time, will occupy
an Impregnable position in Manchu
ria. Somo of tho papers affect to see
in tho publication of the treaty at
tho timo when Admiral Prlnco Henry
of Prussia is starting for the United
States "Great Britain's reply to Gor
many'B reapproachment with the Unt
NOW OUT OF DANGER.
Young Roosevelt Is on the Road to
GROTON, Mass., Feb. 14. Tho
most eventful day at tho Groton
school since Theodore Roosevelt, jr.,
became ill closed with tho doparU.ro
of President Roosevelt for Washing
ton lat3 last evening. Before that
the president, In tho homely phrase
"Ted has Improved with such rapid
jumps that I am sure he Is out of tho
woodB," had told to the world of the
load lifted from his mind.
The day was full of happlnesB for
tho president and Mrs. Roosevelt, and
for all at the Infirmary or near tho
school groundB. Tho first report
from the bcdsldo ot young Roosevelt
showed that he had passed a good
night After tho morning examina
tion by the doctors It was announced
that tho boy's condition was pro
gressing favorably. Tho report said
that tho lungs were clearing well,
although the patient was Btlll In tho
second stage of pleuro-pneumonla,
known to medical men as tho Btago
Olympla Ready for Prince.
NEW YORK, Feb. It. Tho United
States cruiser Olympla, Captain Hen
ry Lyman command'ng, wont Into tho
harbor from Boston and dropped an
chor off Tompklnsvllle, S. I., about 1
o'clock. Olympla comes here to par
ticipate in the naval reception of
Prince Henry, after which It will pro
ceed south to become the flagship of
Rear Admiral Higginson, commanding
tho North Atlantic squadron, now in
West Indian waters.
WATERLOO, la., Fob. 14. For
shooting bIx quail Harry Fields, taxi
dermist for tho state normal school,
was fined $125 by Justice Hlldebrant
Fields will take an appeal, as he
holds that he had a right to kill the
quail for scientific purposes.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Jones has given formal notice that
tho new leases of tho 480.000 acres of
Kiowa Indian lnnds In Oklahoma, bor
dering on Texas, will take effect April
17, as originally proposed. An effort
had been mado to havo the date post
poned somo months.
Merging Express Companies.
SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 14. The
Cal Intimates that tho four big ex
press companies of the country tho
Adams, American, United States and
Wells-Fargo may merge into ono
corporation. It saya that "word
comes by private message from tho
east that E. H. Harriman, president
of tho Southern Pacific company, will
bo elected to the presidency of the
Wells-Fargo Express company at tho
noxt meeting of the stockholders."
HOUSE ADOPTS RESOLUTION
FOR POPULAR ELECTION.
MEASURE HAS NO OPPOSITION
BUI to Construct Bridge at 8t. Joseph
Is Among Those Passed Ex-Confederates
to Bo Reimbursed for
Loss of SIde-Arms.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. The house
yesterday unanimously adopted a res
olution proposing an amendment to
the constitution of tho United States
for tho election of senators by direct
popular vote. There was no demand
fof time to debate the resolution. This
is tho fourth time the houso has
adopted a similar resolution.
Tro bills of general Importance
wore passed by tho house, tho re
mainder of tho timo bolng devoted to
minor business. Ono was a senate bill
to provide for the payment of claims
of confederate officers and soldiers
whoso horses, side arms and baggage
were taken from them by union sol
diers, contrary to tho terms of the
surrender of Lee's and Johnson's
armies. The amount to bo paid un
der the bill was limited to $50,000.
Tho other bill was to confer on tho
Spanish claims commission authority
to send for persons and papers and to
punish for contempt
A bill also was passed to grant to
tho Whlto River Railroad company
tho right to construct a railroad across
tho government lands In Independence
Speaking to a pro forma amend
ment to the latter bill, Mr. Corliss
(rop.) of Michigan, who 1b the author
of the bill to provide for the laying
of a government cablo from San
Francisco to Manila, addressed the
house on tho cable project. He was
opposed, ho said, to congress yloldlng
concessions to private cable monop
olies, notably tho Commercial Cable
compnny, controlled by tho Mackay
Bennett forces, nnd dwelt on the im
portance of the United States operat
ing Its own cable lines.
"Tho right to construct cable lines,"
ho said, "Is an inherent right of the
nation. ,o one has a right to' lay
a cablo Vflthout permission of con
gress. There 1b no law In existence
by which cables can be laid."
"Congress," ho continued, "hns as
sumed the right to control the con
struction and operation of cable lines
to AlaBka. Is it not far more Im
portant for tho maintenance of peace
and for tho welfare of our people to
control cable communication with
Hawaii, the Philippines and tho other
islands In tho Pacific?"
The following bills were passed:
To authorize a hrldgo across tho
Arkansas river near Fort Gibson, I.
T.; to construct a bridge across tho
Missouri river at St. Joseph, Mo,, and
to authorize tho Memphis, Helena &
Louisiana railroad to construct bridges
acrofas tho White and Arkansas rivers.
When the committee ;n election of
president, vice president and repre
sentatives In congress was considered,
Mr. Corliss called up the joint resolu
tion proposing a constitutional amend
ment to provide for the olectlon of
senators of the United States by pop
ular vote. He explained that tho
resolution was practically Identical
with the one passed by the house in
Beveral congresses and Bald he did not
think it necessary to discuss the meas
ure. STRIKES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
Ohio House Passes a Bill Imposing
COLUMBUS, O., Fob. 14. Tho
house today passed a bill aimed at
Christian Scientists. It provides that
any parent or guardian who shall
willfully deprive any sick child un
der 1G years of ago shall be fined
from ?10 to $200. or imprisoned for
six months, or both.
A bill was Introduced appropriat
ing $75,000 for a state building and
exhibit at tho St. Louis exposition.
Tho position of the bouse on tho
proposition of abandoning the canals
was Indicated today when a bill pro
viding for tho adbandonment of a
remnant of tho Wabash and Erie ca
nal In Paulding county was passed.
Only two votes wore recorded against
Wants Kiel Canal Widened.
BERLIN, Feb. 14. The German
Nautical society of Hamburg has
passed a resolution for the widening
of tho Kiel canal, as this canal has
already reached Its traffic capacity.
Too Many American Hogs.
BERLIN, Fob. 14. Tho Association
of German Swine Breeders, which has
assembled here, has discussed the
scarcity of hogs suitable for butcher-
inc. The general secretary of the
association, Herr Burkhart, explain
ed that tho unrestrained Importation
of American bacon and lard was com
pletely ruining tho German fattening
business and making Germany entire
ly dependent on tho hog markets of
the United States.
Longest a Judge.
Judgo 'John .3. Jackson, of West
Virginia, has been a justice ot tho
United States district court for forty
years. He has served as a Judgo
longer than any other man In the his
tory ot the stnto or federal courts. He
Is now 77 years old and claims that
ho will die In tho harness, an event,
however, which seems to bo far in tho
future, as ho is still activo and vigorous.
John M. Creed, of Berkley, Cal., a
veteran of the civil war, applied re
cently for a pension, and found that
n woman in Ohio, posing as his widow,
had been drawing his pension tor
many years. She is actually the wid
ow of another John M. Creed, who,
howevor, 1b not entitled to a pension,
not having served in tho war. It 1b be
lieved that others have obtained pen
sions In the same fraudulent way.
Long on Rank.
Two Barings hold now four peer
ages two earldoms, Northbrook and
Cromer; two baronies, Ashburton and
Revelstoke. And the founder of tho
family, like the first Rothschild, camo
from Germany. Ho was a Lutheran
minister, who settled with his son In
Exctor somo 200 years ago, and start
ed a cloth manufactory.
no Clinched It.
Erie, Kans., Feb. 17Ui. In July of
1900, W. H. Kctchum of this place wnB
suddenly seized with a violent pain in
his back. He says he supposed it was
a "stitch" and would soon pass away,
but it lasted iivo months nnd caused
him great soreness, so that ho was
barely ablo to get out ot bed. He be
came alarmed and consulted a doctor
Shlch only Increased his anxiety and
d him no good.
A friend who had somo experience
advised him to use Dodd's Kidney
Pills. Mr. Ketchum began with sir
pills a day nnd in a week was well
and tho soreness ull gone. However,
this did not satisfy him, for he says:
"I thought I would clinch the cure
with another box and I did. I havo
had no rccurrenco of tho trouble slnco
and as this Is over a year ago I am
thoroughly convinced that Dodd's Kid
ney Pills havo completely cured me."
A swallow, flying from home, made
140 miles at tho rato 6f 128 miles an
It will bo a cold day when you find
a laundry starch anywhere near as
good as Defiance.
It's a Joor contractor who doesn't
show up with a full bill of extras.
A largo S-oz. package Ited Cross Uall Dlue, only
6 cents. The Kuss Company, South Dend, Ind.
Happiness has less use for comfort
than indolence has.
Sufferers from Kidney Trouble
Should not fall to read tho advertise
ment of tho Church Kidney Curo Co.,
40C Fourth avenue, New York, appear
ing in this paper.
When a man has gone to seed it is
timo 10 plant him.
via Virginia and Carolina Winter Resorts
and Charleston Exposition, Hot Bprlngs,
Old Point Comfort, Southern Pines. or
Information address W. E. Coaklyu.N. W.
P. Agt. Chosapoalto and Ohio Ry., 234 Clnrk
If a man has a sense of humor ha
knows when not to get funny.
Stops tho Cough nnd
Works Off tho Coltl
Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tublots. Prlco 25c
Satire is the salt of wit rubbed on.
a soro spot.
LOW RATES TO THE NORTHWEST
Beginning March 1st, and every day
thereafter during the months ot March
nnd April, 1902, tho Great Northorn
Railroad will sell ono way second-classi
settlers' tickets nt very low rates to al-j
most nil points on Its main line west,
of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Low rates
will also be made in connection with tho
Great Northorn, from Chicago.
Tho rato from St. Paul, Minneapolis,
nnd othor KaBtern terminals, to Mon-i
tana points Is from $15 to 320; to points .n.
Washington, $22. DO to SZS. Tho rate from,
Chicago to Montana points Is from 325 to
330, and the highest rate to points In
Washington is 333. Equally low rates!
will be made to other stations reached)
by the Great Northern Hallway and lta
The Journey must begin on the day ofl
sale ot tho ticket, and tickets will be
good for btop-over ten days or less at
points on the Great Northern Hallway,
west of and Including Havre, Mont.
This Is the best opportunity that has
ever been offered to parties who wish
to investigate tho many advantages
offered them in the great Northwest. In
formation about Great Northern country
is given by tho agent of tho Great North
ern Railway, or thoso desirous ot ascer
taining just what opportunities are
offered there can secure full Illustrated
information In reference to land, climate,
crops, etc., by writing to Max Bass. G, I.
A., 220 South Clark street, Chicago, or
to F. I. Whitney, O. P. & T. A. Great
Northern Railway, St. Paul, Minn.
Food for thought is somctimos sup
plied by tho fish that gets away.
Staking Hoina Happy.
Anything that contributes to the
happiness ot tho homo Is a blessing to
the human race. Tho thoughtful house
wife, who understands her responsi
bilities in the great problem of mak
ing the home all that the word Implies
is ever on the look out for that which
will lighten tho burdens of the house
hold without lessening tho merits ot
the work done. That Is why nearly
every well regulated household Is us
ing Defiance starch. It costs less and
goes farthest. Slxteen-oz packago for
10c If your grocer hasn't got it clip
this out and give It to him and ask
him to send for It. Made by Magnetic
Starch Co., Omaha, Neb.
Brain power and refinement of in
tellect move In inverse ratio.
Brooklyn. N. T., Feb. 17th-The activity
at the laboratory of the Garfletd Tea Co.
is further evidence of the popularity o
their nreoaratlons: over THREE MIL
LION FAMILIES used the Garfield Rem
edies last year! This vast public ap
proval speaks well for the remedies. They
are; Garfield Tea, GarHeld Headache
Uowders, Garflcld-Tea Syrup. Garfield
Relief Plasters, GarHeld Belladonna Plas
ters, Garneld Digestive Tablets and Gar
Held Cold Cure.
Pity 13 akin to love.
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