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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1909)
EXTRAORDINARY INCREASE IK
"SOUTHERN ALBERTA IS A
MIGHTY GOOD COUNTRY."
No stronger or bettor evidence can
bo given of tho merits of u country
thnn that which comes from tho testi
mony of tho sottlor who 1ms deter
mined to Bucceed. This is why wo
reproduco tho following lottcr, which
speaks for Itself. These people were In
duced to go to Western Canada
through tho solicitation of n Canadian
Government agent, who secured for
them tho low railway rates.
"Carmangay, Alta., Canada, 12-15-'08.
"Mr. C. J. Uroughton, Canadian Gov
ernment Agency, 135 Adams Street,
Chicago: Wo had audacity enough to
tacklo tho proposition of buying four
sections of land In Southern Alberta,
thirty miles east of Clalrsholm and
heading up on tlio Little Bow, and our
two boys each got a homestead ad
joining. Wo fenced three sections and
tho two homesteads, and built a house,
barn, corrals and granary, and havo
since enlarged some of theso build
ings. Wo havo broken 200 acres of
land, which has boon sowed to oats
and wheat. During tho sovoro winter
f two years ago tho winter wheat
killed out somewhat, and our crop
yielded only ten bushels to tho aero,
but tho spring wheat went 21 bushels
to tho ncro. In this country wo must
bo prepared for storms and cold, at
times 20 to 30 bolow zero, yet on tho
whole tho winters arc mild; and whllo
thero ar6 exceptional crops, it is fair
to say that the avcrago farmer can
depend on having a yield In avcrago
years of from 20 to 25 bushels to tho
aero for spring wheat; and winter
whoat In our immediato-neighborhood
yields from 25 to 30 bushels to tho
aero on tho average
Wo havo now quite a bunch of
horses, over 50 in all, about 350 shcop,
after having sold 140 for mutton this
fall. Wo havo 20 head of pure bred
registered Shropshire, which aro
worth ?20 each. Tho average prico
received for mutton Bheep was $5.00
and a little over. Pork brings 5 and
0 cents a pound. Wo have about 30
head of cattle on our ranch now,
and last winter they picked their en
tiro living from our pasture, running
to tho straw stacks for shelter at night.
"Tho increase of land values has
been extraordinary. Our land four
years ago cost us a little less than
$6.00 an aero. Wo havo sold ono sec
tion for $15.00, but wo would not soil
any more for ieBS than $25.00 per acre,
as wo expect tho railroad within four
miles of our ranch within tho next 18
months. Southern Alberta of West
ern Canada is a mighty good country
for any mnnorwomnnwholovcsoutdoor
Hfo, and who wants to get good re
turns for their labor and Investment.
"Wo havo been ploased with our
treatment from tho Canndlan Govern
ment, and can heartily commend South
ern Alberta as a aplcndld country in
which to locate.
"Yours very truly,
"JAMES S. AINSLTE AND SONS."
The Sneeze That Failed.
A little maid of three has been
taught to say ''Excuse mo" when she
Tho other day her mother had her
attention attracted by a queer gasping
noise, und. looking up quickly, saw
tho faco of tho little maid wrinkled
up In n very distressing way.
"You didn't say It," said tho mother.
"I didn't do It," responded tho Uttlo
ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEARS.
Eczema Made Hands and Feet Swell,
Peel and Get Raw Arms Affected,
Too Gave Up All Hope of Cure.
Quickly Cured by Cutlcura.
"I suffered from eczema on my
hands, arms and feet for about twelvo
years, my hands and feet would swell,
sweat and Itch, then would becomo
callous and get very dry, then peel
oft and get raw. I tried most every
kind of Balvo and ointment without
success. I tried scvoral doctors, but
at last gavo up thinking thqro was a
euro for eczema. A friend of mlno
insisted on my trying tho Cutlcura
Remedies, but I did not glvo them a
trial until I got so bad that I had to
do something. I secured a sot and by
tho time they wcro usod I could sco a
vast Improvement and my hands and
feet wore healed -up in no timo. I havo
had no trouble- since. Charles T.
Bauer, Volant, Pa., Mar. 11, 100S."
Potter Drug- 4 Cbem. Corp., Sola Props., Boston.
Jamaica Ginger Output.
Tho ginger grown in Jamaica com
mands moro than double tho price of
any other. Under favorablo conditions
an ncro will produce as much as 4,000
pounds. During tho last fiscal year
about 1,400,000 pounds was exported
from that island.
Thoro la no Safer Remedy for a CoubIi.
or throat trouble thnn "Hrown's lirnnclilal
Troches." 23 ccntH u lox. Samnln free.
John I. Drown & Son, Ronton, Muhs.
Those enjoying prosperity should al
ways be ready to assist tho unfor
WHY Buffer with cyo troubles, quick re
lief bv using I'BTTiT'S KYE SALVE. 25c.
All druggists or Howard Uros., Buffalo, N. Y,
A man nover realizes how 'silly his
love letters aro until bo hoars somo
of them read In court.
Smokers havo to call for IwiV Single
Binder cigar to net it. You-: dealer or
Lewis' Factory, l'eoria, 111.
LesB than a pint of whisky may
xnako a peck of troublo.
- srX .i'- A 1 -
Mr. Solomon Prutt tiugnii comical nar
ration of ntory, IntroilucliiK well-to-do
Nullum Hcmlilcr of IiIm town, anil Kdwunl
Van Urunt ami Martin Hartley, two t loll
Now YoikerH Becking rout, llecutlsc of
inttcr pair's IuvIhIi cneiullturo of money.
I'latt'B first Impression was connected
with IlinatlcH. Van llrunl, It was leurned,
wur tliu Hiiccessful Htiltor for the liamt
of Mlsn Axncs I'akc who nave Hartley
up. Adventure nt Kourth of July cele
bration nt Knstwleb. Hartley rescued a
boy. known us "Reddy." from tinder n
liorHo'H feet and the urchin proved to bo
one of Miss Pane's charges, whom sho
had taken to tho country for an anting.
Out nulling later, Van Urunt, Pratt and
Hopper were wrecked In n muihII, Piatt
landed safely and a search for tho other
two revealed nn Island upon which they
were found. Van Urunt rented It from
Scudder and called It Ozone Islnud. In
charKo of n company of New York poor
children Miss Talford and Miss I'hkp vis
ited Ozone Island. In nnother storm Van
Urunt and Hartley narrowly escaped be
InK wrecked, having aboard chickens.
1Irh, etc.. with which they were to start
a farm, Eureka Sparrow, a country kIi I.
was etiRaKcd as a cook and Van Urunt
and Hartley paid a visit to her father,
who for years had been claiming con
sumption as an excuse ror not working.
Washington Sparrow was there.
Thero wa'n't but one comfortnble
rocking chair In sight and he was In
thnt, with his stocking feet resting on
tho ruins of a haircloth sofa. He was
pretty husky looking, seemed to me,
for a man complicated with consump
tion nnd nervous dyspopsy, but his
face was as doleful as n crnpe bonnet,
and 'twas pluln that he could see no
hope, and was satisfied with his eye
sight. Ho had a clay pipe in his
mouth and was smoking like a peat
"How are you, Mr. Sparrow?" says
Martin, bright and chipper. "How's
the health this morning?"
Tho invalid rolled his eyes around,
but ho didn't get out of the rocker.
Neither did ho tako them blue yarn
socks off tho sofa.
"Oh!" says he, grouping something
awful. "I'm miserable, thank you. Set
down and make yourselves to home."
Thoro was only three sottablo pieces
of furniture in tho room. He wns
using two of 'cm, and t'other was a
child's .high chair. So we decided to
"Don't you find yourself improving
this beautiful weather?" asks Hartley,
Washy fetched another groan, so
deep that I judged It started way
down In tho blue socks.
"No," says he. "I'm past Improving.
Just lingering 'round now' and Buffer
ing waiting for tho end. I s'poso Reky
told you what I had, didn't she?"
Hartley looked troubled. "Why," ho
says, "she did say that you feared
tuberculosis, but "
"Tuber nothing! That's Just Hko
her! making fun of hor poor sick fa
ther. What I've got 1b old-fashioned
consumption." Hero he etched a cough
that was hollorer than tho groaning.
"Old-fashioned consumption and nerv
ous dyspepsy. Can't eat u meal's vlt
ties In comfort. Hut thero! I'll bo
through pretty soon. The sooner tho
quicker I sny. Everybody '11 bo glad
when I'm gone. 'Don't,' I says to 'em,
'don't rag out In no mourning for mo.
Don't put no hothouse wreaths on my
gravo. I know how you .feel and '
Got off my feet, you ovorlnstlng young
one! Think I'm a ladder?"
Tho last part was to Dewey, who
had come in from the kitchen, und
was trying to climb onto tho sofa.
Martin looked like he didn't know
whnt to say. By and by he cleared his
throat and threw out a hint concerning
Eureka's coming to Ozone. The sick
man shook his head.
"No," ho says. "I'm self-sacrificing,
and all that, but somehow I can't make
up my mind to let her go. I can't
bear to huve her out of my sight a
mlnuto. You can't begin to thin:, Mr.
Wliat's-Your Name, what a comfort
'tis to me, agonizing here nnd suffer
ing, to havo Hoky setting down along
side of mo day aftor day, tho way sho
does. You can't begin to think it, mis
ter." I cquldn't begin to think It not
without what tho doctor calls "stimu
lants." Tho amount of setting down
that poor, hard-woiklng Eureka got
tlmo for wouldn't comfort anybody
much, it seemed to mo.
"Sho's my favorite child," wont on
Washy, swabbing his oyes. "Sho al
ways was, too. Even when she was a
baby I thought moro of hor than I
dono of all tho others."
Eureka must havo been listening,
for she called from tho kitchen:
"Why, pa!" sho says. "Whon I was
a baby thoro wa'n't any othors. I'm
Tho Invalid bounced up straight In
tho rocker. "That's It!" ho hollers
"Mnko fun of your helpless, poor old
father! Go ahead! pick at mo nnd
contradict mo! I s'poso whon I'm
dead and In my gravo you'll contradict
mo every tlmo I speak."
Ho blew off steam for much ns flvo
minutes. Didn't over romombor to
Btop and get his cough going. Hartley
turned to tho door. I could seo ho was
"Very well," ho sayB. "I'm Borry.
I'm auro she Is Just the girl wo need.
Good day, Mr. Sparrow."
I cal'lato Washy wa'n't expecting
thnt. Ho hitched around In his chair.
U bad a busted cano scat, tho char
dTosepl. C. Lincoln
AurncR of "Cap'n Cri "pARTNfRs oflhe Tidc
CcpypiOHr 1307 Ait BafNti tie Contwtf
it it it
Illustrations jot T.D.Mcmu. m&
did, nnd he had to roost on the edge of
It to keep from fulling through.
"Er er just a minute, mister," he
says. "I want you to understand how
I feel about this thing. If 1 wns ablo
to do for myself 'twould be dlffcicnt,
Eureka came to tho door then,
wiping hor arniB on her apron.
"Why, pa," she says, "1 told you 1
could llx that."
She went on to tell how she'd get tip ;
early every morning and cook the
meals afore sho left, and how Edlthn
would ho there, and hycurgus would
split the wood und do the chores, nnd
how she'd be home nights, nnd so on.
She hnd planned everything. 1 liked
that girl. At last her dad glvo another
one of his groans.
"All right," says he. "I glvo In. I
ain't going to stand In tho way. Hndn't
ought to expect nothing different, I
H'posc. Work and fret and sluve your
self Into tho boneynrd bringing up chil
dren, anil and educating 'cm nnd all,
and then off they go nnd lenve you.
Well, I'm resigned. Mr. Mr. What's-Your-Nume,
she can go. Eureka can
for two dollars more a week."
I actually gUBped out loud. The
cheek of him! Why, tho price Vnn
had offered was enough to hire three
girls. And now this shark wanted
Even Martin Hartley seemed to be
sot back some. Hut ho was game.
For a "mercenary" chap ho was the
"What Alls Him,"
most llbernl piece of goods on the
"Certainly, Mr. Sparrow," says he.
"That will, bo satisfactory. Good
morning. Good-morning, Eureka. I
presume we shall sec you to-morrow?"
Wo got out of tho houso finally.
Washy como far as tho kitchen to see
us off. He was smiling and sweet ns
syrup now. When I'd got to the walk
Eureka called mo back.
"Mr. Pratt," sho whispered, "you tell
Mr. Hartley that of course 1 Bha'n't
tako tho extra two dollars. I'll be
paid too much ns 'tis. Hut we won't
let pa know."
Afore I coidd answer thero wns a
yell from tho dining room. I looked
in nnd thoro wns Washy doubled up In
that rocker with his knees under his
chin. He'd forgot about tho busted
cano seat and had set down heuvy and
gone through. Edltha was trying to
hnul him out,vtho baby was crying nnd
tho Invalid himself was turning loose
tho healthiest collection of language
I'd hoard for a good while. Eurokn
dove to tho rescuo, and I come uwsy.
Hartley nnd I walked on a spell
without saying much. Then he asks:
"Sklppor, do you suppose that fel
low really has consumption?"
"Humph!" Bays I, disgusted; "con
sumption of grub."
Ho thought a mlnuto longer.
"Poor girl," says ho. "She has a
hard tlmo of It. Wo must sco if wo
can't help her In somo way."
MIes Sparrow's Diagnosis.
Eurokn was on hand bright and
early tho noxt day and It didn't tako
mo long to seo that she was worth her
salt. Sho took hold Hko a good ono
and had breakfast and a mighty good
brenkfast ready right on time. I
don't know when l'vo enjoyed a meal
Hko I dono that one, Hiiro nil tho whllo
thnt I hadn't got to turn to and wash
tho dishes afterwards, I went out to
my gardening fooling Hko a sick man
who had turned tho corner nnd was on
tho road to gottlng well again.
And from then on tho NnUral Life
was easy for all or us, for quite a
spell. The new girl was n wonder, so
fur as doing wink wns concerned.
She'd go thiough Mnirellus' old homo
Hko a hurricane, sweeping and dusting
and sinking. She was 'most always
singing that Is, when sho wa'n't talk
ing. Sho had a queer program of
music, too, running ft out hymn tunes
to songs she'd heaid the hoarders uso
over at tho hotel. One minute 'twould
be, "Land Ahead! Its Fruits Are
Waving," and the next meeting some
body "In the shade of tho old apple
One day I come In and she was
piping up about how everybody In her
house woiked but her dad. or winds to
"Hello!" says I. "Did you make that
up out of your head?"
"No," she says. "It's a new ono
thnt Lyourgus heard over to the Old
Home house. It sounded so as If 'twas
made for our family that It kind of
stuck In Lys' etaw and he come home
and told It to me.
" 'Kverybody wniks but father.
And ho sets 'i omul all day'
"I tried It on pa last night," she
went on. "Thought It might jar him
some, but It didn't. He said 'twas
funny. Maybe I'd think so, too, If I
How Hartley laughed when he heard
her singing. She tickled the Twins
'most to death, anyway. She was as
sharp as a whip and as honest as a
Quaker pursnn. When her first puy
duy come she set her squnred-toed
boot down and simply would not tako
the extry two dollais wages. She said
even u hog knew when It had enough,
nnd she wa'n't a hog. Martin told
me he was going to niukolt up to her
some other way. The Heavenlles was
mighty Interested In her; but not more
so than she wns In them.
She and I had some gieat confabs
when we was alone together. Sho
asked I don't know how mnny ques
tions about Haitley and Van Hrunt;
why they wns living this way, and
how they used to live and all. I told
her some of what Lord James had
told me, but not the whole. I luft out
about the engaged business, because
Says She, "Is Girl."
I'figgered It wn'n't any of her nffalrs,
lightly speaking. Course 'twa'n't none
of mine, neither, but somehow I'd got
to feel thnt I was a sort of father to
them two cracked Now Yorkers.
"Do you think they're crazy?" sho
asks. "Nate Scudder snys they net as
If they was."
"You've got me," snys I. "I nln't
mnde up my mind yet."
"Whnt makes 'em go In swimming
every morning?" sho wanted to know.
"Why, to tako a bath, I guess," says
I. "Van Urunt told mo ho always
took his 'plungo' when ho was homo."
She nodded, quick us usual. "Urn
hum," says she. "l'vo read ubout it.
They do it in the marblo swimming
pool In tho gardens of tho ducal man
sion. And there's palm trees around
and fountains, nnd nightingales sing
ing, and music iloatlng on tho balmy,
perfumed air. And when thoy'vo got
all scrubbed up there's velvet-footed
menials to fan 'em nnd glvo 'em
hasheesh to smoke."
"Want to know!" I says. "What's
hasheesh? Plug cut or cigars?"
'"Taln't neither," said sho. "It's
some kind of stuff thnt makes you
dream about beautiful women and
"Woll, they don't havo that hero,"
says I. "They smoko clgnrs and cig
arettes. And l'vo smoked both of 'em
and my dreams was mainly about how
much work 1 had to do. Nlghtlngnles
aro birds, ain't thoy? Wo'ro pretty
shy oa nightingales over hero to
Horscfoot, hut maybo tho gulls make
that up. Gulls don't sing, no moro
than bans, but they screech enough for
six. Where did you got nil this stuff
Sho got It out of library books and
the Homo Comforter. Soems old Miss
Pnlno, over In tho village, lent hor tho
Comforter every weok as fast as sho
got through with It horsolf. Eureka
had novor been to tho city, nor any
whoros furthor than Enstwlch, nnd her
Ideas about such things was tho
queerest mlxed-up mess of novol trash
and smart bonrder'u lies that ovor
j was. Thut, und whut sho'd read in
trie nowr.pnpcrs. Sho snld alio was
going (o tho city somo duy when her
"nihility" showed up.
"What's your Idea of a first-class af
finity?" 1 asks, looking for Infoi mil
lion. I didn't know whether 'twas an
animal or a cart.
"Well," says she, "he's got to ho
good-looking and have chests and
chests of gold and Jewelry. Further
than thut I ain't mndo up my mind
She said when she did go she would
sew up her money In the waist of hor
dress and If a confidence man or a
trust or a policeman tried to get It
away from her, she bet ho'd havo
trouble on his hands.
"l'ollreman?" says T. "Whnt would
he be doing trying to steal your
money? Policemen ain't thieves."
"Thoy nln't. hey?" she says. "City
policemen ain't? I guess you ain't read
much ubout 'em."
Sho tend tho police committee trials
In u stuck of thrco or four-year-old
newspapers and they'd fixed her, far's
policemen wns concerned.
She didn't take any stock In Hart
ley's being down our wuy for his
health. She snld she hnd made up her
mind what was tho matter with him.
"Whnt nils him," snys sho, "Is Olrl."
"Girl?" says I.
"Yup. Ho's In love."
I set hack and looked nt her. Mind
you I hndn't snld ono word about
Agnes Page or tho busted engagement.
"Get out!" I says, finally. "Whut
did he como hero for. then? Thero nln't
u feiuule native In this neighborhood
that wouldn't stop n clock present
company excopted, of course."
"It don't mnko no difference. IIo'b
In love, und Iio'b come hero to forget
his l roubles. You never rend 'False,
but Fair; or tho Urldo lloroft.' did
you? I thought not. Why, East Woll-
mouth Is Glory ulongsldu of somo
places thnt young men In lovo goes to.
You wait. I'll find out that girl's
name some of theso days."
She said that Van Hrunt wn'n't In
lovo; which struck mo funny, knowing
whnt I did.
'Twn'n't so very long nfter this thnt
tho Heavcnllcs und mo drove to South
Eastwich to visit tho Fresh Air school.
I don't think Hurtloy would havo gono
If It hadn't been thnt his unmo was
'specially mentioned In the noto from
AgnoB. Even then Vnn had to say
that he wouldn't go unless his chum
We left Eureka to keep house. It
seemed to suit her first rnto.
"You wait till that Scuddor man
comes," she says to mo. "I want to
talk to him about tho milk he's boon
"Whnt's tho mntter with It?" I asks.
"Ain't ho giving full moaBiiro?"
"Not of milk ho nln't," sho says
"It's too white to wash with and too
blue to drink. I'm going to tell him
we've got a pump ourselves."
Tho Enstwlch school was a big old
farmhouse with consldcrnblo land
around It. Tho youngsters hnd lots of
room to run and carry on. All hands
was nt tho door to meet us, Agnes and
Miss Talford and Uedny, nnd nil the
Inmates. The Heavenlles hnd stoppod
In the vlllngo and got n big freozor lull
of ice cream they ordered It ahead
and, well, I thought we'd got n warm
welcome, but when tho children saw
Tho ladles shook hands with us nnd
asked us in. Ixird James wns thero In
nil his glory. You could sou that his
new Job suited him down to his shoes.
No hard woik. no stilling or such like,
good eusy bosses nnd plenty of pick
ing on tho side, I judged. I turned tho
horqo and carriage over to him, under
protest, nnd wo went into tho houso.
"First of till, Ed," said tho Pago
girl, turning to Vnn Hrunt, "I wnnt to
thank you, on behalf of tho children,
for your kindness In sending them tho
fruit. It Is delicious. You should seo
the dears ovory day whon tho oxprcss
man, comes with tho basket."
Van looked puzzled. "Fruit?" ho
says. "I don't understand. Do you
know anything about fruit, skipper?"
I pleaded not guilty. Hartley didn't
seem to hour. Ho was busy talking
with Miss Talford.
"Why!" says Agness. "Doesn't it
como from you? Wo havo been receiv
ing the loveliest basket of fruit from
Hoston every morning. I thought of
course you had ordered it for us.
Didn't you, really?"
Van Bhook his head. "It takes a
man with tho ordinnry amount of
brains and thoughtfulness to do things
Hko that," ho says. "I'm mllos below
tho average in such things. In all but
carolcssness and general Idiocy I'm a
beur on tho murkot. Hero, Martin!
Miss Talford, please oxcuso him for
a momont, will you? Martin, aro you
responsible for this fruit?"
(TO UK CONTINUED.)
Five-year-old Deborah had been in
vited to tnko luncheon at a restau
rant with Miss K.
"Do you llko cocoa?" sho was askod.
Whon tho answer was "Yes," tho
beverage was duly brought, but ro
At last Miss K. said: "Why don't
you drink your cocoa, Doborah, whon
you said you wanted It?"
"I didn't say I wanted it," ropllod
tho child, politely; "I only Bald I
Hkod It." Woman's Homo Com
panion. Overshoes for Horses.
In largo cities llko Chicago and
Now York ley usphalL pavements
causo tho death of hundreds of horses
every winter. Many styles and shapes
of shoes aro now being introduced In
nn endeavor to stop accidents, ono of
tho most promising of which consists
of n chain trend, which can bo quick
ly buckled on nnd as qulc'.ly tnkon
off tho foot of a horse without tho uso
of tools. It Is practically solf-adjust-ins,
Is strong, cheap and durable).
PE-RU-NA TONIC FOR
COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH.
JOSEPH HALL OHASE
1'cruna, iirucr to., uoiumuiis, umo.
Gentlemen: 1 havo used l'erttnii
and find that it cannot bo equaled uh
n tonic, ns well at a euro for coughs,
colds nnd catarrh.
You aro authorized to ubo my
photo with testimonial in any pub
lication, Joseph II. Clinsc,
884 Tenth .St., Washington, D. C.
Cold and La Grlppo
Mr. C. Huppy, Hnrdlu, Kay Co., Mo.,
writes: "I can safely recommend l'o
rutin uh n remedy that will euro all ca
"It was of great benefit to mo, ns It
cured mo of catarrh of tho throat, anil
1 toolc u very bud cold nnd had la
grippe last Fe'liruary. It set tied in my
throat und lungs. 1 toolc three bottles
of Pcrmiit nnd it cured me.
"I highly recommend it to nil who
nro sick, and I am glad to add my en
dorsement to that of others."
Pc-ru-nn for Colds
Mr. L. Clifford FIgg, Jr., 20,:n East
Marshall KL, Hlchmond, Va., writes
that when ho gets a cold ho takes Peru
tin, nnd it soon drives it out of his sys
tem. For several years ho was not
entirely well, but rorunn completely
Peoplo who object to liquid medicines
can now seo nro f'crumv tablets.
For a frco illustrated bookletcntltlcd
"Tho Truth About Perunn," udilress
Tho Purtinn Co., Columbu.sy Ohio.
And He Probably Did.
"Whnt can I do," roarod tho flory
orator, "when I soo my country going
to ruin, when I see our oppressors'
hands at our throats, strangling us,
and tho black clouds of hopelessness
und despair gathering on tho horizon
to obliterate the golden sun of pros
perity? What, I uBk, can I do?"
"Sit down!" shouted tho audience.
We offer One Hundred tlollars Upward for soy
ram nt Catarrh that cannot bo currd by Hair
P. J. CIIKNT.Y A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. tho nndcnUitncd, liavi- known V, J, ctirney
for tho lat 13 ji-ara. and licllovo lilm iwrftctly hon
orable In all ijunliKM truniinrtloim nnd nnanclalt,'
tle to carry out any ohllmllon tnadr by M firm.
Waluino, Mnnav A Maiiwi,
WMoIcmIo DrucBlitA, Toledo, O.
Itall'f Catarrh Cure U taken Internally. Rrtln
dln'Ctly unon the hlood ami mumus aurfnetf ot th
yatein. Irstlmonlalu sent free. I'rlru 73 rcnu pel
buttle. Sold liy all DruivlatA.
'iako Hall's l'amlly l'llla fur coittlBMIon.
When ovorythlng elso Is surrondjred
thnt Is dlstlnctlvo of Jewish coremo
nlallsm tho atonement retains Its grip
on tho vast majority of Israelites. Klp
mtr is tho last link binding them to
their community, their faith and Its
important to Wlothoro.
Examino carefully cvory bottlo of
CASTORIA a safo and cure romedy for
infants and children, and sco that it
In Uso For Over :JO Years.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought
Why Is It that tho dlvorco suit ot
ono of hor friends Interests tho avcr
ago woman moro thau her own mar
riage? PILKH CUHKD IN O TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMHNT U fru&ranteixl to euro anr raaa
of llcblntr, llllnd, Weeding or l'rotrudlnii riloa to
t to It dai or monor refunded. 0c.
Tho words coined In tho mint do not
lncrcaso our vocabulary.
Smokers appreciate tho quality vnhio of
Lewis' Singlo Kinder cigar. Your dealer
or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Tho moro a girl smiles tho less sho
Beware of the Cough
that hangs en pertinently,
breallnc your nlelit' rtit and
extuutuag you with tho viol ence
o( the paroxysmi. A few doieo
o( Pisa's Cure will relieve won
derfully sny couch, no matter
how far advanced or serious.
1 1 soothes and heals the Irritated
aurhces, clears tho cloned sir
passages and tho couch disap
pears. At all dmgtut', 28 cts,
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