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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Now Is Uio Tlmo to Hot Rid or Tticoo
There a no longer the allrhti'Ht need u
teellni: nshamcd of your freckle y, as tin
prescription othlne double atrmjitli- l
ruaranteed to remove theae horn, ly pot.
simply set an ounce of othlne- double
'"nKth from your drugRtst, nnu jpply a
"."'8 It night and mornlnir and you
nould Boon rto thot ven the wurst fr kVa
have bcjtuu to disappear, whllo the llRhter
pnts have vanished entirely. U Is seldom
that morn than one ounce Is needed to com
pletely dear the skin and Bain a beautiful
lie sum to nslt for the double strength
othlne, as this Is sold under guarantee of
money back If U falls to remove freckles.
At the Museum.
"1b that tho urtlst'3 name In big let
ters on tho plcturo, pop?"
"No, my Bon. Tha Is the namo of
tho rich man who presented tho plc
turo to tho niusouni. You will find
tho artist's namo In very small let
ters down In tho lower right-hand corner."
CUTICURA COMFORTS BABY
Suffering From Itching, Burning
Rashes, Eczema, etc. Trial Free.
Glvo baby a bath with hot water and
Cutlcura Soap, using plenty of Soap.
Dry lightly and apply Cutlcura Oint
ment gently to all affected parts. In
stant relief follows and baby falls Into
a refreshing sleep, tho first perhaps
In wooks. Nothing nioro effective
Freo sample each by mall with Dook.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv. '
Too many men turn down n paying
Job for reform work that doesn't pay
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant 1'ellets. They rcgulato
liver, bowels and stomach. Adv.
An angtor may tell tho truth when
ho tells how many fish tho othor
A form of parachuto has boon In
vonted to enable persons to cscapo
from high buildings iu case of lire.
Don't count your poultry beforo they
got big enough to get away from the
"You must forgive your enemies."
"I do," replied Miss Cayenne. "But
I can't help criticizing their bad taste."
Mandy the Undisturbed.
Solitude does not make for elo
"Mandy," said 71111 Ittnor, tho ulti.
mato denizen of Bitter Creek, "whoro'?
my razor? I need a shave."
Entered then iko Kidder, the arch
enemy of Bill Itiner, a bad citizen
from across tho range. A nluc-lnch
bowlo flashed in his hand. Bill
clinched with Iko and tho mountnln
cabin trembled in their struggle. The
table was demolished, tho stovo col
lapsed, the matiulnal water bucket
was overturned. Finally, BUI secured
tho knife. As ho pushed tho dying
Iko from Its blado
"Behind tho clock," said Mandy.
"You suro do!" Judge.
, Vcngeanco First.
A young convict camo singing
around Cha 'corner of tho big, sunny
yard, and Judge Brilcs had Just mado
himself comfortable In an easy chair
on tho big house porch.
"Good morning," said ho to the man.
"What uro you hero for?"
"Bcatln up a policeman."
"That is a serious offonsu. Now,
aren't you glad you bavo thought bet
tor of it and Intend to turn about?"
"And when you get out you will re
form?" "Yas, suh, I'll dono beat up dat
perlcecoman what sent mo up fo' beat
in' hlni up after dat, I'so gwlno t' bo
a dlffunt niggnh, Jpdgo." Pittsburgh
GLASS OF WATER
Peoplo who don't know about food
should never bo allowed to feed per
sons with weak stomachs.
Sometime ago a young woman who
lives in Mo. had ah attack of scarlet
fovcr, and when convalescing was per
mitted to eat anything she wanted.
Indiscriminate feeding soon put her
back in bed with severe stomach and
"Thoro I stayed," Bho says, "threo
months, with my. stomach in such con
dition that I could take only a fow tea
spoonfuls of milk or beef juica at a
time. Finally Grapo-Nuts was brought
to my attention and I asked my doc
tor If I might cat It. Ho said, 'yes,'
and I commonccd at onco.
"Tho food did mo good from tho
stnrt and I was soon out of bed and re
covered from tho stomach trouble. I
havo gained ten pounds und am able
to do all housohold duties, somo days
sitting down only long enough to eat
my meals. I can eat anything that
one ought to cat, but I atllt continue
to eat Grapo-NutB at breakfast and
supper and like it bettor every day,
"Considering that I could stand only
a Bhort tlmo, and that a glass of water
seemed 'so heavy,' I am fully satisfied
that Grnpc-Nuts has been everything
to rao and that my roturn to health
Is duo to it.
"I havo told sovcral friends having
nervous or stomach troublo what
Grapo-Nuts did for mo and in every
caso they speak highly of tho food."
"Thero's a Reason." Namo given
by Postum Co., Battlo Crcok, Mich.
IJrr rrnil tli above letter! A nevt
i uc npprnrs from time to time. Tbry
uro (leiiiilne, true, nnd full of human
iH CABINET fed
ABLE TO FOLLOW ANY TRAIL
PROFITABLE TO SELL CREAM
Burdens of Farm Women Lightened birth,
Australian Aboriginals Are Conceded
to Bo the Finest Trackers
Known to the World.
Tho Australian aboriginals nro tho
lluost trnckora In tho world.
On many occasions thoy perform
feats which nro almost boyond belief.
But to them tho work is qulto habitual.
Tho boyB aro taught to track from
Will the lovo that you're so rich In
Hulld a flro In tho kitchen
And the little Kod of lovo turn the
Kntluislnsni Is essential to the sue
ccHsful nttulniiiont of any UIbIi endeavor.
DAINTY MEALS FOR SMALL FAM
As wo nil learn from sad csperienco,
roasts aro not satisfactory bought in
small quantities ami no
family enjoys beef, mut
ton or chicken threo or
four days In succession:
neither docs tho frugal
housqwlfo wish to waste
To make a successful
caterer for a small fam
ily attontlon must bo
paid to tho marketing
nnd arrangement of quantities.
If ono arranges to havo guests for
luncheon, after having a chicken din
ner, tho chicken may bo used in pat
tics, or salad or as chicken croquettes.
Thus ono may cntortain without feel
ing any special drain on tho living ex
penses. A varied diet may nlwayB bo
given, ns broths may ho mado from
tho bones of tho aforesaid chicken for
tho next day's luncheon, following
with a dish of macaroni and checso or
spaghetti and tomato sauco, thus hav
ing a soup and an ontroe at slight ox
penso. A can of corn may bo opened and
part of it used a a a vegotablo with
milk or cream, then a few days later
prepare it with egg, a cupful of whito
sauce and seasonings of mustard, salt,
Worcestershire sauco and popper into
an escalloped dish, to servo cither as
a main dish at luncheon or as a vego
tablo at dinner. Such dishes as veal
birds or olives aro attractive and
mado from small bits of meat. Flatten
them by beating, roll up with a piece
of bacon or salt pork and bread
crumbs brown in a hot frying pan,
then add cream and simmer until ten
der. Cucumbers too old for slicing may
be cooked after crisping in cold wa
ter and served as ono does nsparagus.
An angol pun scil In Ills onward flight
With n seed of lovo, nnd truth and
And erk-d, "Oh where nlinll tills seed
That It ylold moat fruit when fully
The Savior heard; und he said, as lio
"IMuoc It for me In tho heart of a
Mrs. N, C. AlRcr.
FOOD FOR THE CHILD.
Why In tho world do you want to carry
Things that annoy and harass and
Stop them and drop them, a new day
Squeeze a laugh from It Instead of a
It may perhaps havo been noticed
tho lack of space given in our cook
books to tho subject of
vegetable cookery. This
lack shows tho valuo wo
place upon them and tho
reason for tho Bllpshod
methods of cooking. Wo
do not learn, by Instinct,
to cook vegetables, and
until thoy tako their
proper place in food values thoy will
no doubt continue to bo wasted in
Tho failure of getting good results
from vogetablo food may bo with tho
selection, for vegetables out of season
aro neither economical nor satisfac
tory; tho flavor Is usually in inverso
ratio to tho cost. Tho best of cook
ing and seasoning cannot supply tho
lack of flavor.
Vegetables may bo crisp and fresh
when brought from tho market, but
by careless handling aro wilted and
In the cooking of vegetables thoro
aro a fow things to remember, first
to retain all tho mineral matter and
nutriment possible, to soften tho cellu
lose and to develop tho flavor, making
them more palatable,
Spinach cooked properly should bo
well washed and cooked without tho
addition of water or very littlo. This
vegetable bolng rich In Iron which is
solublo in water, may by being cooked
in a largo amount of wator bo nearly
valueless ns a food. Tills is truo of
Balslfy, green peas and beans, or, In
fact, any of tho delicately flavored,
succulent vegetables. Tho season
ing Is another important item; tho fla
vor should novor b6 disguised by sea
soiling. Usually butter, popper and
salt, not too much, Is tho best bo
causo it is tho plainest.
To accomplish theso results ono
may uso several methods; cook tho
vegetable whole or In largo pieces, to
cook with tho skin on when possible,
to ccok In us small an amount of wa
tor as possible without burning, to
servo tho water in a sauco with the
vegetable whenever posslblo, and to
season nfter tho vegetablo has start
ed cooking so that tho salt docs not
draw out tho flavor.
It Is ns Important that tho growing
child should have tlssuo building food
as It (s that ho should
have plenty of fresh nlr.
Both arc necessary for
growth. Highly seasoned
rich food, sweotB, pickles
nnd spiced foods havo
no placo In tho diet of
Simple, plain, well-
cooked food of sufficient variety to
conform to tho ago and health of tho
child is importnnt enough for each
mother to give timo and study to her
BrotliB of various kinds, as well as
purees of vegetables aro good dishes
for children, with n slice or two of
well buttered whole-wheat bread.
Well-cookod rlco with no seasoning
but salt, served In good, rich milk, will
make a satisfying meal. Rico com
bined with sugar, eggs and milk makes
a dessert which 1b safo and wholo-
Orange. Julco may bo given qulto a
young child, provided it is dono be
tween feedings. Scraped apple, stowed
figs and prunes without sugar, aro all
good for tho child. Tho nntural crav
ing for sweots may be satisfied by
giving a pieco of wholesomo candy
after a good meal. Novcr allow tho
child's appetito to bo cloyed by sweets
before a meal.
Ofttimes tho irritable, naughty child
is only so because of improper food
and being allowed to eat sweets.
For a child's suppor dish thcro Is
nothing that takes tho placo of good
bread and milk, adding a pinch of salt
to the dish.
Mutton Broth. Wipo threo pounds
of tho neck of mutton, rcmovo tho
fat and skin and cut in small pieces.
Cover with cold wator and heat grad
ually to tho slmmorlng point; skim
and strain when tho meat is tender,
season with salt and add threo table-
spoonfuls of rlco or barley. Cook un
til tho rice Is tender.
and Income Not Decreased Sepa
rator Is Most Essential.
Somo farmers nro churning buttoi
nnd selling it for loss that they would
recolvo from tho snlo of tho cream
which is used in making tho butter
Prof. C. II. Ecklcs of tho Missouri
Collego of Agrlculturo points out
three very good reasons why It Is tc
tho ndvantago of tho Missouri farm
ors to sell cream rnthor than to make
outtor to no som nt tno local atoro i,1q ,,,i,in i ,, nttnrt m oindn
Uj smiling cruam moans ior8 worn ioi t,.nHn , nonrh nf ,tm. w It n olios
n o women man matting minor, zi tIonnblo ,f thcro B a Bngi0 cn80 on
ino cream win neany always urniE rocord whoro ho CBCapod.
ns mucn ns tno uuttor nnu ouon coiv Wlmt mlg,,t bo cnllc(l chigB0B ,
Bitlornbly more (3) Tho cream buy nrn hnM fnp thn vmmestors.
crs offers a markot for any quantltj Thn ...... ot ,hnm ... n uotiVi nn,i
or cream at. any nmo. (iiBn..nonr inn tho bush nnd do
Any system that will lighten tho ovo th,ng ll0 can ,lo t0 ranlco Ul0m
loso his tracks. Ho will tlptoo along
Tho women nro Just ns oxport ns tho
raun. Horso trnckB nro child 8 piay to
thhui; thoy can track a horso at full
gallop. Thoy can track anything
pos&ums, snakes, Iguanas; oven beetles
leavo sufriclont trail for them to work
Tho standard of honor among those
tribos Is high. Whon ono of them
breaks tholr strict codo, fearing tho
wrath of tho trlbo, ho bolts, and,
knowing ho will bo pursued, uses all
fallon logs, swim a qunrtor of a mllo
along a stream, double on his tracks.
and bo on.
Finally ho returns to tho boys, who
duties of tho women on tho farm with
out decreasing tho lncomo should cor
tninly bo adopted. "When crenra is
Bold nil that is necessary is to see
that tho cream is cooled nfter being
separated and to tako It along to town thon act QUt t0 ,ck up tho trnc)cB
imcu u wuoit in wiuiur uuu uuuo
times in summer,
It may bo that a fow farmers' wives
will And special customers that will
tako tho butter at a price equal to
that secured for cream, but that docs
Why Ho Resembled His Parents.
A bachelor friend of tho young cou
plo was being ontortalnod at dinner,
and during tho ovoulng ho wns pro
not apply to many. Even then surplus "ciitud by tho proud mother to her In-
butter will bo left on hand nt times.
Again thoro may not bo enough to
supply tho customors nnd dlssntlsfac
tlon will result. When selling croam
these troublos do not como to annoy.
'Now, Fred, which of us do you
think ho Is like?" sho nskod gayly,
holding up tho baby for, inspection.
Tho guest viownd tho tiny mlto for
Any quantity, much or littlo, can bo " momont as ho replied, Woll, tit
sold to tho cream buyor at any tlmo courso intelligence has not really
nn,1 onal, rnnnlvml nn thn nnr,t UtlWIlOd III Ills COUntOlUUlCO yOt, bllt
As n rule, unless tho homemado but- ! wonuoriuuy into uoui oi yuui
tnr can ha sold nt an avornffo nrico Voutlis companion.
of 25 cents or raoro tho year around,
tho lncomo will bo moro If tho croam
is sold. At an averago of 25 ccntB tho
lncomo will bo .about tho samo, but
"John, I don't hollovo you paid any
attontlon whatovor to tho sermon to
a lago amount of vork will bo saved day."
by selling tho cream. If tho farmer
does not havo a cream soparator ho
should get ono If four cows or moro
aro mllkod. A machlno will moro than
pay for itself within a year when ton
cows nro kept by tho additional butter
saved. Four cows with a separator
will mnUo ns much butter as flvo of
tho samo grarto without a soparator.
Tho fifth ono rdpresonts tho loss In
buttorfat in tho skim milk.
How could 1, my doar? 1 was try
Ing to llguro out how I nm going to
pay for tho lSnstor hats and gownB
you nnd tho glrlB aro woarlng.
FusBlng in public Is n bettor mntrl
monlal sign than klBsIng In public.
A spinster looks upon man as an
ovll but not ns a nocossnry ovll.
AT THE FIRST SIGN OF TROUBLE
CWATlfP- I not rocommondea
O VV X1V1X - for overytlilnt:; but 1C
ij i f vi yu novo .Kiuney, uvor
AvVV-J or blndder trouble it
may bo found Just tho remedy you need.
At druBKlsLi In fifty cent and dollar sties.
You may rocelvo a sample slco bottle of
this reliable medlclno by Parcel Post,
also pamphlet t el line about It.
Address Dr. Kllinor & Co., BlnKhoniton.
N. Y.( and cncloso ton cents, also men
tion this paper.
No Changes There.
Bacon Astronomers in 18 observa
tories in almost as mnny nations aro
compiling a map of tho hcavouB flint
Is expectod to catnloguo from 30,000,
000 to 40,000,000 stars.
Egbert Evidently don't bollovo tho
war Is going to chnngo tho map of tha
USE AULTCN'S FOOT-KASE
Tho antiseptic powdor to bo shnlcon Into
shnoH and used In foot-batli. It relieves
painful, swollen, Htnartlnir. aching, tired
feet and Inntuntly takes tho sting out ot
corns and bunions. Tho groatost comfort
discovery ot tho bro. Sold overywhero, Soe.
Trial packago FU13E. Address Allen 8.
Olmstod, L Roy, N. Y. Adv.
"Thoy Bny Gcorgo haB brain fever."
"NonBonBo! Can an angleworm havo
wator on tho knoo?"
KL.1N1S UOMl'ANV, ltud llunU, N. iI.-AdT.
About 15,000 tons of pnpor and paper
board aro manufactured ovory day in
tho United States.
HANDY MILK BOTTLE HOLDER
All Hint men ever did, V
Somewhere somotlmo was hid;
Thought has to dl(r It out,
Zeal has to bring It out,
Nothing la futllo to wit, grit and skill;
Your lot depends on the strength of
Contrivance Shown In Illustration
Easily Can Be Fastened to
Any Convenient Support.
Sinco bottles havo suporsoded the
old-fashioned milk-pail, peoplo havo
been perplexed to find somo method
of suspending tho bottlo out of tho
reach of cats, dogs, etc. Tho contrlv
anco shown in tho illustration can bo
If you Suffer from Backache, Lum
bago, Kidneys or Rheumatism?
. Take Hot Water and "AWURiC"
SOME QUICK SOUPS.
Tho soup for an emergency is with
out argument the canned varioty. It
is wiso to havo on tho
emergency sholf with
which overy well-regu
lated family Is supplied,
a variety of canned
soups to which to turn.
in timo of need.
Cream of Peanut Soup.
Put a cupful of peanut
butter into a quart of
milk; add half a tea-
spoonful of salt, a dash of cayenne, a
tablespoonful of grated onion, a bny
leaf, a pinch of celery seed, or a fow of
tho leaves of celery tops. Cook in a
double boiler for ten minutes. Mois
ten a tablespoonful of cornstarch with
cold milk and stir until smooth, add
to tho soup and cook ton minutes.
Strain through a slovo and servo with
squares of toasted bread. Freshly
rousted poamits may be ground lino
or pounded and uned Instead of pea
Cream of Pea Soup. ProBB through
a colander n pint of peas, add a
quart of milk, a hay leaf, and a tea-
spoonful of onion Julco. Molt two ta-
blespoonfuls of butter, add two tablo-
spoonfuls of flour, nnd whon woll
cooked add tho first mixture. Rc
movo tho bay leaf, season well nnd
Quick Egg Soup. Stir a teaspoon
ful of beef extract' Into n quart of boil
ing wntdr, add a grated onion, celery
salt, salt and pepper to tasto. Pptir
boiling hot into a tureen with fonr
tablcspoonfuls of boiling rlco and tfo
well-beaten eggs. Servo hot. A.Sy
portion of cold cooked vogetablo may
mnko a very palatublo soup, If ryit
through a slovo, added to hot miXx,
seasoned nnd tlKWtoned as usual.
American men and women must guard
constantly against kidney trouble, be
cause wo cat too much nnd all our food
is rich. Our blood is filled with uric
ncid which tho kidneys strive to filter
out, they weaken from overwork, be
come slucpisli: the diminutive tissues
clop and tho result is kidney trouble,
bladder weakness and a general declino
when your kidneys feel like lumps ol
lead, when vour back hurts or tho urine
is cloudy, full of sediment, or you aro
obliged to eeek relief two or threo times
during the night, when you sulTct with
sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells,
acid stomach, or you havo rheumatism
when the weather Is bad, get from your
druggist "ANURIC." Because of uric
ncid in' overabundance in tho system,
backache, pains here and there, rheuma
tism, gout, gravel, neuralgia mid sciatica
result. It was Dr. Picrco who discovered
a new agent, called "Anuric," which will
throw out and eradicate this uric ncid
from tho system. Dr. Pierce bcliovcs
"Anuric" to bo 37 times moro potent
than litiia, nnd consequently you need no
longer fear muscular or articular rheuma
tism or gout, or many other diseases which
aro dependent on nn accumulation of urio
ncid within tho body. Send Dr. Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c for
trial imckiigu or 81.00 for full treatment
Dr. Picrco'a reputation is back of this
medicine and you know that his "Pleas
nnt Pcllots" for tho liver and his "Fa
vorito Prescription," for tho ilia of wom
en have had a splendid reputation for tho
pait CO years. Adv.
Milk Bottle Holder.
How It Impressed Him.
Wlllio's father was trying to lmpross
upon him tho tremendous progress
that sclonco and invention havo made
fastened to any convenient support. It in tho past fifty years.
consists of a plcco of wlro curved as
shown with tho ends bent on. Inde
PASTEURIZED MILK IS BEST
Low Temperature Docs Not Affect
Nutritive Value or Digestibility
of the Product.
When milk is hold at 145 degrees F.
for 30 minutes, all tho dlscnso-produc-
lng bacteria, so far as can bo uscor-
tallied, aro completely destroyed. At
tho namo timo a larger porcontago of
tho bacteria that causo milk to sour
ntiil n omnllAp nnrtnnlnfrn nf tlinan
that causo It to rot aro loft than whon
a higher tomporaturo is employed.
Pasteurized at a low tomporaturo, milk
undergoes no chango which affects its
nutritive valuo or its digestibility. Sub
jection to a tomporaturo of 1C0 degrees
F. or moro, howovor, does result in
certain chemical changes. Tho tlmo
is coming when virtually all market
milk sold at retail in citios will bo
"Just think, WllUo," ho said. "When
I was a boy thoro woro no telephones,
no olectrlo lights, no talking machines,
no moving pictures, no X-rays, no
wiroloss telegraphy, no "
"Goo," Interrupted Wllllo. "What an
awful lot of hicks everybody must
"Somo say tho world la growing
"I don't think that way, although
thoy aro adding raoro crimes to tho
"What is you favorlto Hovor7"
asked tho girl.
"Cnull " ropllod tin practical man
Millions Best Varieties
YELLOW YAM POTATO SLIPS
X3.KO PER l.OOO DELIVERED
Tomato ,ind Cabbugo I'lauts, for Handy nnd
liincic land, nil best varieties ei,fo per l.ouo.
COO for $1.00, 40o per 100 dollvereu, paclfed
in Moss in good strong oasuots, write ior
MILANO PLANT CO. M1LANO, TEXAS
Wntsnn II. Oolfiinun,
!).(). Adilco mi books freo.
Uatea reuouabla. LUihut references. Ucttaonrlcoi.
Hotel Loyal, Omaha
Take Dodee Street Car From Station
Tn4-AcJ$t.0 P without bath
Kates !, 50 Up Wita bath.
Tho Hotol With a Reputation
R. E. BRYANT Proprietors O. E. CARKET
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 20-19167"
Bumper drain Crops
PREVENT GROWTH OF HORNS
Origin of Powdery Scab.
Powdery scab has hoon traced to
tho Andean region of Peru, and Is bo
lloved to bo endemic in tho natlvo
homo of tho potato. That It 1b a para
site of long standing Is Indicated by
Its manner of developing in tho pota
to colls, which remain allvo for somo
tlmo after Infection.
Grow Plants as Side Line.
Many markot gardeners are growing
geraniums and other bedding plants
as a nl 'p line
Save Fertilizing Material.
The avurago dairy cow produces
about thirty dollars' worth of fertilize
ing vnluo in manure. Under fair cotii
dltlons and proper application to tho
Held, 80 per cent of this manural value
can be returned to the Hold from which
Grain Ration for Horse.
A grain mixture of oats, corn, whea.
bran and oil meal Is tho best grain ra
tion, with somo good, bright mixed
hay, to put flesh on horses.
In Uslna Caustic Potash the Applica
tion Must Be Made Before Calf
Is One Week Old.
Caustic potash is tho chemical used
for preventing tho growth of horn on
young calves. Tho application must
lio mado boforo tho calf Is ono woek
old, In order to bo effective.
Tho hair Is clipped away from the
small buttons which may bo folt and
which aro tho futuro horns. A stick
of caustic potauli is then moistened
nnd rubbed on tho spot until tho akin
Tho calves must not bo permitted
to run out In tho rain for several
days aflor tho application of tho caus
tic, as tho water Is likely to wash the
caUBtic down Into tho eyes with dam
aging results. '
Good IVHarkets High Prices
Prizes AvantloU to WostornGanatla foe
Wheat, Oats, Bar ioy, Altai fa anti Grasses
The winnings of Western Canada at the Soil Products
Exposition at Denver were easily made. The list
comprised Wheat, Oats, Barley and Grasses, the most
important being the prizes for Wheat and Oats and
sweep stake on Alfalfa.
No less important than the splendid quality of Western
Canada's wheat and other grains, is the excellence of
the cattle fed and fattened on the grasses of that
country. A recent shipment of cattle to Chicago
topped the market in that city for quality and price.
Witeni Carnal nrurf1 ia IOI' n.lttrtl tnnr!. wf.t.
at all of tbe United State, or oicr 300,000,000 LuiLtlt.
Canada in proportion to population has a greater
exportable surplus of wheat this year than any
country in the world, and at present prices you
W can ficrure out the revenue for th( nrn-
ducer. In Western Canada you will find
'Zjhfc, goou markets, splendid schools, excep.
tional social conditions, perfect climate
and outer great attractions There
Is no war fox ob land and no conscription.
Send for Illustrated pamphlet and aik for reduced railway rateo. Information as ta best locations,
Addreta Superintendent Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or
W. V. DENNETT, Room 4, Doe Dldfj., Omaha, Nebr.
Canadian Government Asent
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