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QGTOBER 18, 1912
Smoke of Herbs
A Simple, Safe, Reliable Way and It
? . Centm Nothing to Try.
This preparation of herbs, leaves,
flowers and berries (containing no
tobacco or habit-forming drugs) Is
cither smoked In' an ordinary clean pipe
or smoking: tube, and by drawing the
medicated smoke into tho mouth and
inhaling: Into the lungs or sending it
out through tho nostrils in a perfectly
natural way. tho vorst case of Catarrh
can bo eradicated.
It Is not unDleasant to use. and at
, the same time it is entirely harmless,
and can be used by man, woman or
Just as Catarrh is contracted by
breathing .cold or dust and germ-laden
air, just so this balmy antiseptic
smoking remedy goes to all the affected
parts of the air passages of the head,
nose, throat and lungs. It can readily
been seen why tho ordinary treatments,
such as sprays, ointments, salves, liquid
or tablet madlclnes fail they do not
and can not reach all tho affected parts.
If you have Catarrh of the nose,
throat or lungs, choking, stopped-up
feeling, colds, catarrhal headaches: if
.you are given to hawking and spitting,
this simple yet scientific treatment
should euro you.
An allustratcd book which goes thor
oughly into the whole question of tho
cause, cure and prevention of catarrh
will, upon request, bo sent you by Dr.
J. W. Blosser, 144 Walton street At
He will, also, mall you five days' free
treatment. You will at onco see that
It is a wonderful remedy, and as It only
' costs one dollar for tho regular treat
ment, it Is within tho reach of cvery
. one. It is not necessary to send any
' money simply send your name and
' address and the booklet and freo trial
package will be mailed you immedl-
, A book worth whllo to rend. It Rhows why pro
porty s now being inoro nnd moro centralized. It It
a clear, Ptromr nnd convincing urKumcntngnlnrt
, interest or lucrcano on any loan of any kind nnd
" provopthlB tobothoimmcdtnteand Irrcsistlblo cnuso
'"of centralization. Interest or usury or Increases is
shown to be contrary to scripture teachings, that It
destroys thojuftcqnalltv of human rights and that
It 1r now and ever hns been subvcrBlvr of the pub Ic
tood and liostll to popular government. You will
not understand tho pending financial questions and
tho prcsout Industrial conditions If you fa 1 to read
this ook. Th prlco Ik ono dollar but that vou may
kn w tho book before you buy, wo will loan this
book to any responsible reader for tho postage, ten
cuts, tho book or the prlco to bo returned In thirty
days Few are returned. Address, J. C. KtuoiT,
17 Fifth St, S. E. Washington, D. C
attentlnnt ThePUPAOf AM indifferent from
trait, being medicine eppllca-
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tore made H-adaclvoprposely
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I not alio, to cannot chafe or com-
nreei acaloit the imblc bone.
thcnuelvei at home without hindrance from
work and conquered tho most obitlnale eases.
2s ,909 rinifi xtaiUL Proceif of recovery Ji natural.
I Dlai"" m a r an 'ono further nee f or trow. We
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coupon and lend TO-DAY. Addreaa
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Here's an end to the curse o(
wcarHnir straps and spring! that
squeeze and pinch pads that do
no good trusses that simply
shorten your life.
Here's something absolutely
(oaraaued to keep your rupture
from comlujr out. Test It on (0
days trial and see. If it doesn't
hold at alt times, then it won't cost
you a single cent.
Has brouchtcomplete recovery
In some of the wont cases on re.
cord. Doctors and surgeons who know of it recommend ill n
ttead of operation. No belt, no lei; straps, no springs. Is water
proof will hold in bath.
Writ for Free book and find out all about it. Book is full of
facts never before put in print. Cloth-bound. -96 pages. Ex
plains why elastic and spring trusses cannot help you. Shows
dangers of operation. Exposes the humbug "appliance,"
"methods", "plasters," etc. Win save you Iron) waiting
money. Shows why 60" days trial is the only safe way to test
anything for rupture" and how we offer you the only thing
good enough to stand' such a long test.
Book gives over 5,p00.voluntary endorsements. Writ lor it
to-day It tells you things you could never find out by going
to doctorsbr drugstores. Address:
8x 771, Clutho Co., 125'E. 23rd St., NewYork City
NEWS OP THE WEEK
(Continued from Pago 10.)
who favor Roosevelt withdrow and
their places were tilled with tho
names of men who are for Taft. Tho
Lincoln party, tinder which title tho
Taft men had put up a atato ticket in
case tho Roosevelt electors finally re
fused to get off the republican ticket,
withdrew its candidates.
Bourke Cochran and Senator Ray
nor debated the recall of Judicial de
cisions at Baltimore. Cochran, who
is supporting Roosevelt, defended
tho recall plan.
In the trial of tho alleged dyna
miters at Indianapolis, Edward
Clarke of Cincinnati, former presi
dent of tho iron workers union,
changed his plea from not guilty to
Governor Wilson receivod an
enthusiastic welcomo in Colorado.
Mr. Bryan's campaign in North
Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa is be
ing greeted everywhere by largo
An attempt was made by a fanatic
to kill Colonel Roosevelt at Mil
waukee. He was shot in tho breast,
but the wound Is not believed dan
gerous. Details are too meager, as
The Commoner goes to press, that
the extent of Colonel Roosevelt's in
juries had not yet been ascertained
by the physicians and surgeons In at
tendance. An Associated Press dis
patch, from Milwaukee, dated
October 14, says: Theodore Roose
velt was shot in the breast here by a
would-be assassin. With a bullet in
his body Colonel Roosevelt went to
the auditorium to make his speech.
Ho refused to permit physicians to
examine the wound until ho had
finished his address.
The wound was superficial and the
colonel went on to tho hall and be
gan his speech after he had seen the
assassin arrested and taken to the
police station. The assassin, who is
small of stature, admitted firing the
In notes found in the man's
pockets at tho police station were
statements that the man had been
visited in a dream, by tho spirit of
William MoKinley, who find said, in
dicating Roosevelt: "This is my
murderer; avenge my death."
Colonel Roosevelt's life probably
was saved by a manuscript of tho
speech which he delivered tonight.
The bullet struck the manuscript
which retarded its force as it passed
through into the flesh.
The assassin was prevented from
firing a second shot by Albert H.
Martin, one . of Colonel Roosevelt's
two secretaries. Colonel Roosevelt
had just stepped into an automobile
when the assassin pushed his way
through the crowd in the street and
fired. Martin who was standing in
the car with the colonel, leaped onto
the man's shoulders and bore hJm to
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 14. Colo
nel Roosevelt's special train left for
Chicago at 12:50 a. m. As ho left
the colonel said Jie would spend the
night on tho car and that after re
maining a few hours in Chicago he
would go on to Indianapolis to ful
fill his speaking engagements to
A mutiny broke out at the Wyom
ing state prison at Rawlins and
thirty prisoners escaped. This was
tho prison where a negro was
lynched by convicts after he had been
placed behind tho bars for safekeeping.
Moses P. Kinkaid, who withdrew
as republican candidate for congress
We Want Ten Million Dollars' Worth of Fur
iJBgest Prices! Better Ci-mRM! Most Motiev by Return MaHf
llinao nre tho lulvantairra yon have In acmllntr yonr fur to Famton. Wo
aro tho Inrr.cat In tho world In oar line. Tho blcgrat Atnoricnn. Canadian
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J o count on lerro volumo of bclno and aninll margin of profit. No travel.
Ing iiujcra-ilo all onr UoalnoMdln-ct vulh jon. Wo want ton million doi.
Jars worth of fora. Wo want your ahlptaenta, anytlilnr-fromonoaklnup.
Bit? HonaV In TriUUIV trnpplnic daring wrn time. It'a good
die muiiwjr in trapping ,r0rt .,, p,,,, l)l(t ji,nW tknk
mnskrot, fox. wolf, lynx, whlto woaaol nnd nil kind or fan Mrfi rfnnblo.
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can holn yoa cntch moru f ur roakn moro money. Writs today for frooTrratipa
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RANGES AND HEATERS
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eBtitkwu HioosierSlouc Factory, 101 SUltStMtrioImL
That Produce Twenty Profitable Crops
Thoro are few parts of tb$ world which offer tho agricultural
opportunities that wo are offering on our AKTKSIAN FARMS,
situated in Clay County, Florida. Of all Florida this is tho locality
which will increase in value tho quickest. Hero is a place to come
with your family and establish a home, and if you will put forth
tho same effort that you aro now doing where you are located, you
can quickly grow wealthy for you can select ono of twenty or moro
profitable crops that will make you money every year without a
failure. This is not a now and wild country, but is in the heart of
population, education and refinement. Land values aro natural!
growing rapidly, and these farms that wo aro now offering you for
$35.00 an acre will bring $100.00 an acre before you realize it. We
make this statement regarding this territory because wo are con
vinced of its coming greatness. ,
DO NOT COMPARE THIS LAND WITH
The rainfall In this section is ample. The climate is all that could
be desired. In fact, here everything that tends to success seems to
be pretty well blended. Please do not compare our region In Florida
with tho numerous localities now being exploited in tho public press.
We are not a drainage proposition but our land is ready for you to
move on and we are glad for you to come as soon as possible. You
can immediately begin to grow crops from which you In a very short
time can realize large profit. -Our soil is a dark sandy loam and
is underlaid with a clay sub-soil. Wo have water and rail trans
portation. We are within ten to twenty miles of the growing city
of Jacksonville. We want agents for this land and wo want buyers.
WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION IN REGARD TO A FREE
TRIP TO SEE OUR LANDS IN FLORIDA, TO
ARTESIAN FARM LAND SALES CO.
212 Scarritt Building, Kansas City, Missouri
in the Sixth Nebraska district, has
withdrawn his withdrawal and is
again a candidate.
New York state collected $3,150,
000 under he inberiance tax from the
estate of the late John Jacob Astor.
V7n.tnm TR. Calemax,
Fatnt Lawy er. Wash Ingtoa,
HaUM reasonable Hlcbeat reference, iieataervlcaav.
nnra a a. a information for na. Ezparieoc not nacaa.
cary. No thine to ML GOOD l'AY. rnd stamp for par
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