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METHOD OF PULLING STUMPS
HOW TO BUILD BRICK CISTERN
Illustration Showing Device by Which
200 or More Stubs May De Re
moved In One Day.
U'HAUI.KS .1 Mll.1.8.)
A vrry handy devlco lor pulling,
peach stumps from old orchards, mul
can pull 200 or more a day by thlu
tucaufl, Is shown In tho illustration.
Tlio limbs aro cut off and the stumps,
v, Iclt as long as possible. A short
Canada's Day of Thanks a Month ear
lier Than In the United States.
Should Be Underground and for Dura
bility and Best of Service Be
Kiu:n O. KIW.VJY )
A cistern for the collection and
storage of roof water should bo under
ground and, for durability and tho
hcBt of service, be made circular. Dig
a hole ten to fifteen feet deep, and
Irom six to eight feet In diameter, de
pending on tho quantity of water one
wnntB to store. The site selected
should be dry, for while a clstorn can
be built so as to hold water It Is al
most Impossible to keep water out of
It If there la u spring where the hole
Take pains that the hole Is dug sym
metrical, tho sides smooth, and tho
bottom oval. For a foundation, a
stone about two feet square should be
used. Beginning on this lay a two
inch brink against tho earth until the
wall Is nearly to the top of the per
pendicular sides where the thickness
should bo Increased to four Inches.
About five feet from the top the wall
should ho drawn in by tipping the
saiter edge of the brick a little at llrst
nnd until tho upper outside of them Is
tit an angle of nbout 4fi degrees when
tho arch Is finished. A good mason
ran easily do this. The top of the
nrcli should bo about two leot below
the surfnee of the ground. Tho circu
lar neck should extend to or a little
LIKE SOME PEOPLE WE KNOW.
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Tackle for Pulling Stumps.
ropo or chain with a single pulley Is.
attached to the topf the stump. The,
anchor rope, b, which runs through,
the pulley, is fastened to the bottom
of .t stout stump, u.
A pair of steady horses is attached
to tho rope and always pull toward
the anchor stump. With a steady pull'
there is no Jumping or jerking, and
they will walk right off as if pulling;
a loaded wagon. We use about 00 feet,
of one-Inch rope, which costs $2.10 and
the pulley J 1.75, making a total cost
Underground Brick Cictern.
above tho level of the surroundiug
soil and he furnished with a cover.
An opening should be lett near the
top f the arch for an Inflow, provided
witli a short piece of Iron pipe which,
cemented Into the wall, rises an Inch
or two above the surface of 'tho
On the same level with the inflow
where it entern tho cistern there
should be also an outflow, consisting
of a joint of Iron pipe carefully ce
mented into tho wall and conducted
away until there Is a good outlet. Hy
having this pipe extended to the bot
tom of the cistern water that contains
the most impurities can be taken out,
lint in order to prevent tho water from
being siphoned out, as would occur If
the outlot were lower than tho bottom
of the cistern, a hole must be drilled
in tho pipe at its highest point.
Good cement mortar Is required to
lay the bricks and when completed its
interior should have an application of
two coats of cement. The last one,
a light coat, should be put on before
tho first Is dry. It is best finished
off with a whitewash brush.
ALFALFA IN ALL CLIMATES
Ha9 Proven Its Adaptability to Grow
Everywhere and on All Kinds
While experts have been declaring
that alfalfa would only grow In cer
tain Boil., and In certain rliim:M it,
has proven adaptability to nearly
all climates and almost all soils, says!
Coburn's Hook on Alfalfa. It pro-;
duces with a rainfall as scant nsi
1 1 inches, and In the gulf Btntes llour-j
ishes with G5 Inches. It gives ciops at.
rn elevation of S.000 feet above sea'
level, and In southern California itj
grows below sea level to a height
of six feet or over, with nine cuttings
a year, aggregating ten to twelve tons.
An authenticated photograph In post
session of the writer shows a wonder
ful alfalfa plant raised In tho (Irrl-,
gated) desert of southern California,,
GO feet below sea level, that meas-
arcs considerably more than ten feet
in height. Satisfactory crops are'
raised, but on limited areas as yet,
in Vermont and Florida. New York,
has grown it for over 100 years In
her clay nnd gravel; Nebraska grows
It in her western sand hills without
plowing, as does Nevada on her sage
brush desert. The depleted cotton
soils of Alabama and rich corn lands
of Illinois and Missouri each respond
generously with profitable yields to
the enterprising farmer, while its ac
cumulated nitrogen and the sub-soil-.
Ing it effects are making the rich land
more valuable and giving back to the)
ci op-worn land the priceless elements'
of which It has been In successive
generations despoiled by a conscience
TRELLIS WILL STAND ALONE
MAKING AX HANDLE SECURE
Ax handles commonly wear out next
to the head, especially where the ax
is used for split
ting. Drive a
spiko Into tho ax
under tho handle
as shown In the
cut, which will
This will serve to
Plant Support as Shown In the Illus
trations Is Very Handy In Any
A plant support or garden trellis,
such as shown in the illustrations is,
ery handy In the
-rn garden. The dou
ble form of trellis
can be folded up,
and takes very
little loom. All
trellises a n d
stakes should be
gathered as soon as tho nop is har-i
vested and stored under cover until
the next season. They are useful forj
tomatoes, beans, peas, cucumbers, otc,
The double trellis Is built of two
For some reason better known to
the Canadians themselves than to tho
pcoplo on this side of tho line, our
Canadian cousins celebrated their
Thanksgiving a month or moro earlier
than we do. It may be thnt the Cana
dian turkey had become Impatient, and
sounded a note of warning, or It may
bo that tho "frost on the pumpkin" de
clared itself. Hut whatever the reason,
their Thanksgiving day is past. It may
have been that the reasons for giving
thanks so much earlier than we do
were pushing themselves so hard nnd
o fast that the Canadians wore
ashamed to postpone the event. They
have had reasons, and good ones, too,
tor giving thanks. Their great broad
areas of prairie land have yielded in
abundance, and here, by the way. It is
not uninteresting to tho friends of
the millions of Americans who have
made their home in Canada during tho
past few years to know that they havo
participated most generously in tne
"cutting of the melon " Probably the
western portion of Canada, comprising
the provinces of Manitoba. Saskatche
wan and Alberta, have the greatest
reason of any of the provinces to ex
press In tho most enthusiastic manner
their gratitude. Tho results In tho
line of pi eduction give ample reason
tor devout thanksgiving to Providence.
This year has surpassed all others in
so far as the total Increase In the coun
try's wealth Is concerned. There Is no
question that Providence wns espe
cially geuurous. The weather condi
tions were perfect, nnd during the
ripening nnd harvesting period, thero
was nothing to Interfere. And now It
wns well It was so, for with n domand
for labor that could not be supplied,
thero was tho greatest danger, but
with suitable weather the garnering of
the grain has been successfully accom
plished. There havo been low gen
eral uverages, but these aro account
ed for hy the fact that farmers were
Indifferent, relying altogether upon
what a good soil would do. Thero
will be no more low averages though,
for this year has shown what good.
careful farming will do. It will pro
duce 130 million bushels of wheat from
seven million acres, and It will pro
duce n splendid lot of oats, yielding
anywhere from 50 to 100 bushels per
ucre. This on land that has cost but
Horn $10 to $15 per acre many fiirm
rrs have realized sufllclcnt from this
ear's crop to pay the entire coat of
their farms. The Toronto Gloho says:
"The whole population of the West
rejoices in tho bounty of Providence,
and sends out a messnge of gratltudo
and appreciation of the favors which
havo bcou bestowed on the country
The cheerfulness which has abounded
with industry during the past six
months has not obliterated tho concep
tion of the source from which tho
blessings have flown, and the good
reeling Is combined with a spirit of
thankfulness for the privilege of living
in so fruitful a land. The misfortunes
of the past aro practically forgott"n,
becnuso there Is great cause to con
template with satisfaction tho com
forts of the present Thanksgiving
should be a season of unusual enthusiasm."
THE "NEW" NOVEL
V sM& Ss "L
Sambo (to Dlnnhl You say you
truthful. Yes, sure you be full of
truff, but you never let any out.
A NURSE'S EXPERIENCE.
Backache, Pains In tho Kidneys, Bloat
ing, Etc., Overcome.
A nurse Is expected to know what
to do for common uilmcnts, and wom
en who suffer back
ache, constant lan
guor, and otJier com
mon symptoms of
should ho grateful to
Mrs. Minnie Turner,
of i:. 11. St., Ann
darko. Okla., for
pointing out the way
to find quick relief. Mis. Turner used
Doan's Kidney Pills for a run-down con
dltlon, backache, pains In the sides and
kldnivs. bloated limbs, etc. "The way
they have built me up Is simply mar
velous," says Mrs. Turner, who Is a
nurse. "My health lmpiovod rapidly
Five boxes did so much for mo I am
telling everybody about It."
Heiueiuher the name Darin's. Sold
hy all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-
Mliburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y.
In the Country.
Mis Knlckor What do ou suppose
It was that Knty did?
Mrs Hooker Left, or course. liar
Pettlt's Eye Salve for 25c.
liclievi's tired. rougi'Dti'd, infl.tuicd nml
win exes qiui'Uv Mnpn ro urlies. All
diui-'tM or Howard Bros., liulTiilo, N. .
"Is he well posted?"
"Yes, at every club he belongs to,
Tho imtiuct of modesty nnturnl to every wnmnn U often n
great hlndrituce to tho euro ol wumnnly dicnri. Women
Rlirink from tho personal question ol the locnl pliyniciiin
which scan indelicate. The thought ol cxtituituitiim i nb
Iiorrcnt to them, und so they endure In silence a condition
of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.
It ban been Dr. Ptercc'a prlvllcio to euro n
jjrc.if many women wbo havo found a rcfitAo
tor modesty In bis otter of i-ttUti coiaf.i.
Hon by letter, jilt corrospondenco Is bcld
as aacrodty confidential, ilddrcas Dr. It. V.
Plcree, Buffalo, A'. V.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores nnd rctfulntM
the womonly function, abolishes pnln nnd builds up ond
puts tho finisliinrf touch of health on every weak woman
Tiho dives it n fnir trial.
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Sick Women Well.
You can't nlToril to accept n irrrrf nostrum ns n substitute
for this non.idcohoho medicine ol' known composition.
SIGK HEADACHE WESTERN CANADA
lWllv-1y cured by , whnt "' ,?hBW.' 'u i
-i. .. i ml.. iMIIu culturlat, ilayu About It: I
tlieSO I.HIIO I HIS. , 0i, ,n,.r ru1.i mitUo In Wrtrrn I
n-. i ,.ii. ni.. MEtt Catmiltt tlihii. In Hi" ."'rn loll of I
Tliry nlso iclloto DU
KiiUiiK- A ivrfool rein
nly for IMzlnrMi, Nnu
!, Dmwulm'Htt, 11 ud
Tiisli' In llmMniitll, Cunt
oil Tiiiikiio, l'alii In tlio
mile, Tourii) i.ivi;u.
Tlicy rt'Kuluto ilio HowpIh. l'urt-ly VwluMc.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, ,
hit Unlfil hta.Fwil
inir nifiikit .will tin.
in ilii'iiiT nml rllmnto
One get it by highway men Tens
of thousand by Bad Dowelo-Uo dif
fcrence. Constipation nnd dead liver
make the whole ay stem sick Every
body know it CASCi4?rSreguInte
cure Dowel and Liver troubles by simply
doing nature work until you got well-
Millions use CASCARETS, Uio Saver!
l iiai in in
w I 'Em
AI.I.KVN l.l'NU H.I.NAr
win run t unly ii frt liiMlit.lniliiinit llKHnMnlv.
,rnu.iiKliHth it usually li.iiiK
ltutrl.il J wi irirtollHwurlli. ini.WvniiiHl.tlO.
To consider unythliiK Impossible
that we cannot ourselves perform.
CASCARUT3 ioc n txrx for n wctk's
trcnltncnt. nil dmcalM. IHkrcM wlltr
In the miiM. Million tioxc.t a mouth.
Mrs. AVIiisltiw'H S.Mitlilnir Syrtip.
For rhliilrt-n Icrthltin, Hofin.n Ilio sunn, ri"lurti
amuialluu,Blln) pain.run-s wind .ullb. 'M iJ
The greatest necessity in a woman'
life is love
Onn nhtrinnnt wilt rnavtnrn jmi
I1n.i. u. tin. tlm liluhi-rt urtrrn fur
ft furs f mm 1X14 to III mom In
K pi mul t-iuli tluin nny ollii r nmuu
R Wo ilci lint piul I'ur irn n llt inuu i .v
it tho trniHr..liut IfiB'lo pimIi kin
Vtinitiiwily mi'l irtloliliiliuitprlieit
'(P.'.IIMI.IIH llll" .'...M
J Wo furnUli trnin. Imlt nnfl otnor
gimppllrantiKwU Hi'ncllo.lny tctltvn
Jt'HtnloK O mid MnrkPlIli'iairtsaiHl
ttnMI irltA tl.ll nlil)ltltplV irt-O OUT
Infiw ! mpi'r'B Onldii." ooiitnlnloB
Inonilr Wl ini-i' nl vslnnbln tlH,end
FiMvrvU. Lncuuntlntlinworlil incmriiuu.
. n... n f M.fitr
wlpplliii. Wlmni inn "
onmn upliitliiillllli iir
ullid I'll) inlli. nmlli id
l,n f l....iullntnll I nnnil.
nr). inir rni'nnt liiiul
will !" tnlt.'ii lit ii rnto
lii.jnnd prt"i'nl nnip.
linn. Wn lm. rnniigli
imln In tlm. Ilnltrd
'Hlnli'n nlnnn who wiuil
I ikn untliU Innil." Nrl
III. "iilrriiiHl iniil. I'llHdrliiiini'"
111 WI1.I.TII (llllllllll till" V"r-
IIIO'.I irnllln-.l iiiinllii-r Inrsn
rmiMif ivIn'Ml, oiiIh uihI luirlry,
liiiutitllliin lo which llllK-Mltltl
1-tiwiriK linn mi iiiiiiii'ih..' nruit
I'liillii nUluu. ..Iiilrjlnic. pilipd
fnrmlnit nnd umln urt'wliiR In tljo
linivlni-4'K it niiiiiiiiiiin.cMwnu.
ilii'Uim nml AIIhtIii.
l(in nrniK, i' wll nil iRiidn liidil
li mllway unci iiniir-minnim,wiii
linirldn liniiiM Mr iiilUliiii".
Ailiuilnliln noil, liritllliful rll;
umln. rpli'iidlil Mliuiiln mill
chnn lie. himI hmmI nillwnT";
For iwttl.-ry niliM, rimvrlpllrn
ltnriitiim"i-it Iln.tWwt." Imw
to rmrli tlm country nnd otln;r ir.
tloulum, wrlto to Hup't ot Iiuml.
Bratlnn, Ottciwo, Cnnniln, or to tue
CttOttdlun UtiTorniuont AkouU
W. V. DENNETT
801 Ni York lift Btf(. Omiha.Ktb.
CJIi mlilrmw nmnirt y.inl g
You Can Shave Yourself With
NO STROPPING NO HONING
rinmi-f ami ttetutltlet tlm till.
1-roinolu ft hnuiltnl KtowCi
Ni-vcr I'ftlU to Iliwtorn tiny
llnlr to Itn youllirul Color.
Cum arnln ill.rax-l ft hair lallluj.
"iSllKJai Thompson's Eye Water
LINCOLN, NO. 4B-1909.
save tho wear,
keep tho head tight on the handle,
Plow the parden this fall.
Potato Browing Is provliiK moro
Save Becd from the best pumpkins
Sort out seed potatoes from moat
Discard sweet corn for seed If It
bIiows n traco of Hold corn.
Boots that havo taken second growth
aro spoiled for the table.
Hotter apply manuro to tho garden
now than to wnlt until spring.
A dark cool house Is an ideal place
to store potatoes for the next DO days.
A lister is a good suhstltuto for a
potato digger; it Is better than n plow
as it lias a double mold hoard,
Lcavo tho cabbages in tho field
until cold weather absolutely compols
removal. They will keep better thoro
than anywhero else.
When It comoB to hauling manure
you cannot nfTord to do It In any other
way than with n spreader. We used
to think we could, but havo realized
Now varieties of potntoes aro propa
gated hy planting tho seeds found in
I ho potato balls. They will ho very
small at first but Increase In bIzo from
Wo alwaya lay In a good supply of
cotton gloves early In the fall. They
aro handy to choro in, and cheaper to
wear when husking than to take .'ill
tho renr and tear on the bare huuda.
pieces of Ux", which are
Trellis Stands Alone.
getlior for each leg and tho top held
In place by a piece of string or wire.
"Havo you read my last book, Mr
"Well, no er to tell tho truth, my
mother won't allow mo to."
There are many things that fall to
support the view that city consumers
pay high prices for supplies becauso
iarmora are a benighted class who
don't know how to produce things
economically. Wo have already cited
the case of milk, which costs the con
sumer Boveral times what the pro
ducer gets for It, and there are many
other Instances, says tho Baltimore
American. Tomatoes that tho pro
ducer sold for 75 conts a crato cost
tho consumor $1.75. Cabbage that tho
producer sold for 35 to 50 conts a
crnto cost tho consumer $1.?J., and so
on. Wo ropcat that wasteful produc
tion is less to blame than costly dis
tribution for tho prices consumers
must put up for what they eat. When
will both sides realize UiIb and co
operate for better things?
Late Corn Fodder.
Tho feeding of lato corn fodder to
dairy cows should bo continued Just
as long as the corn Is at nil green. It
Is a splendid supplementary food with
the short iitltn'iaiv)aietiire grass.
Btatt or Onto crrr or Toiroo. I
l.lf'Alt COUNT! , f "
Frank J. Ciikvev tuskm oath that lie li wnloi
partner of tlm llrm ot I-, J. CiiiNrr t Co, (loins
buslm-m In tho City of Tolwlo, county and Htati
BtorcialJ. nml that mM firm will pay the ram id
iiwr iiitmiiim'H liof.l.AIIS fur i-iirti nnd every
case of t'ATAHHil that cannot lw curitl by tho uic ol
UAUaCATAiuuiCuHr. nAMK J crN.BV
Sworn to beforo mo nnd milwrtbed In my prm'nco
this 61 Ii day ot December, A. ! . 1BKC
. ' A. W. or.HASON.
J 51" f notaiiv I'l'oue.
Hair Catarrh Cure 1 taken Internally and arts
directly upon tlm blood and iniiruua mrfacca ol tto
Byitcra. Hc-nd for IraUmnnliH. trey.
K. J. rilKNi:Yto CO.. Toledo, O
Hold by all DrucclstE. 7.1c.
Take Hall's family 1'llls lor constipation.
Hacholor Are wives ns expensive
as they are said to bo?
Alimony Vlctlin--Not while they aro
Important to Mothers.
Kxamlno carefully every bottlo of
CASTORIA, n safo and sure remedy for
Infants nnd child! en, and see that It
Hears tho f$ sVsi ' LyST"
Signature of Qia&ffi&6M
In Use For Over HU Years.
Tlio Kind You Hnvo Always nought
"My decisions aro pretty i;ood," ho
cried, "but 1 can't claim to bo a Chris
Therefore ho felt hlim-olf out of tho
For Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills
Minneapolia, Minn. "I wan a great
BUtToror from fenmlo troubles which
caused, a weakness
and broken down
condition of tlio
svstem. 1 read so
13. l'iuklmm's Vc.
had done, for other
HiilTeritiR women I
fell suro it would
help mo, and I must
ray it did help mo
minB all left mo. I
few stronger, and within llirco months
was n perfectly well woman.
"I want this lotter mado nubile to
show tho benefit women may derive
from Lydia E. rinkham's veRctablo
Compound." Mr n. .loiw (1. Moldan.
2115 Second St., North, Minneapolis,
Thousands of unsolicited and genu
Ino testimonials like, tlio abovo provo
tlio olllcicncy of Lydia E. rinltham'a
Vegetable Compound, which is mado
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who Buffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
not lose sight of theso facts or doubt
tho ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to rcstoro their
If you want special nil vice wrlto
to Mrs. IMnklmm, at Lyui), Mass.
conlidcntinl. For 20 years she
lias been helplnpr siclc women in
this way, free of charge. Don't
hesitate write at ouco.
Paper-Hangers & Painters
Veil nan irrcintlr lurrrnnn vnnr tinnlnomi with no ox.
trn Iniimtiuvnt liy bI1Iiiii Alfrril 1'riU' I'rlin
wr.llimprr, nunt nnn uimki wnrner in cacn
lrlniiy nnd to tho lrt nortby BPiillmnt will fnd
riti:i., Iiy nroiuiiil i-xpriw, flin lmir Miiuidn
iookh mowinn n vnu,nuw.iii niiiup'r biimk
IKKI'T TO HI(J(iS.fc KOCH WKiJu
III IIKillKsT I'KHT.S AMI &$$(&'''
a ...!. ! .ti.l ii nit Ir mtiirtih. CKLjiSVr 1 1'4 wilk imr. MkVjOlw It nil)
i r"iiniuui'iiiii ,....- .- -..-..- BKHMyfDVfkv JrWlii I'll
v onu litiliMiiHi hkln ru rnr loit XwWtoWAMiij!nL "
SX iir.r.it.1 iinin iLiiil fitr Ii itiM III MiflmwMtrrii TlrTTT t I
iO. tiiifHtmiliwt st, IXnlillhhtil tBKJWSSmiSm
NHOts IKK. NHnnltlTrttMTrn11fraKRmlMy JTK
ijfc-ytn ii in'iiuii'ii i i' -I- " sVjmi'swsBUVKWjrn jix 'iiiii'.i
H IPH UH .
11 I kf
5Jv OIK' Ii
uikkiiiiki llinmi ymi uiuin
1IH.OS d; KOUI
VM l.ltmrty hi.
AMI YOU W1M.U7T
HAMS A l.l.tJOH .MISSIONS.
imr Vim In wriliiiiHinriinrniiKi in
l.l;bIUllMlKlllUH. 1' urniui'llicinn nriv
iruui iii n-'ii'.-iM-mn. jmi.
IiirnlMi'K 1 1 on r riuiiim
urn lint O.K. Tn.ii.T
tlnlilo" irrn ini.iiiiicr..
Wrltn inr i-nlnlnKiio in
Woar W. L. DouRlas comfort-
ablo,oasy walking, common
sonso shooo. A trial will
convlnco nny ono that W. L.
Douglas shooo hold their
shapo, fit bottor and woar
lonrjor tnan otner maKos.
Thoy aro mado upon honor,
of tho best loathors, by tho
most skilled workmen, in all
tho latost fashions, shoes In v.
uvory ijio unu anujju iu nun
mon In all walks of life.
PnilTlflM IThogonuLaehavo W.L.
UnU I lUlli Douglas namoand prlco
stamped on bottom, which guarantooa
full valuo and protects tho wearer
against high prices and inferior shoos.
iabu nsj OWUO I I I w ft-
ARlHWtlV n a
Wll . r-.B.j
t.'. . .wr.-.rj
Vnllimi'r, Wn nunt nnn uihx! worker In cadi
r nil n '.1(1.11(1(1.00 Wnllli
for i-uitnmot-i. In Mk'tt from Wonffi r ill rrul lirpflU
to our ropri-MinlBthpii. An.wf r ijulcklr ttiotjcuma
tii-t thn nurnrr In joiirtlrliilty for l'JIO
AlfriUl'iuiUCo.. lll-Uu Vut,asli Avo.,C1iIcaxo.
NO tlllAlltii; .1IA1I1.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen'B Koot-KtiNc, tliu nnilHopilo powilor.
It mnltCH tlslit or now hIioch fcol c.my. It
Ih a ci-rtitln euro for Hwoiitim;, l-uIIuuh and
Imt, tlrcil, nclilnir fret. AIwiih iibo it to
Ilrtuk in now pIioch. Hold by all DrtiKKlHtH.
2St. Trlnl iiuckiimi innilcd I'icii. Aildrrsa
Allot) H. OiniHtcil, I.uHoy, Now Yoik.
A philosophical iniui when consldor
lug his own troublcB Isn't.
Iowi' SitiRlo Hinder givt'KtlioHinokrr what
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Best for Children
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Gives inslanl relief when little ihroats
aio irritated and sore. Contains
no opiates nnd ii as pleawnt to take
as it is effective.
All Druau!t. 25 cent.
Arctic to Tropics
in Ten Minutes
No oil heater has a higher efficien
cy or greater heating power than the
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
With it you can go from the cold
of the Arctic to the warmth of the
Tropics in 10 minutes.
prevents smoking. Removed In an
instant for cleaning.
Solid brass font holds 4 q.arts of oil sufficient to nive out a slowing heat
for 9 hours solitl brass wick carncn damper top cool handle oil indicator.
Heater beautifully fmibhcd in nickel or Japan in a aricty of styles.
Every Dealer Iiverywliere. It Not At Yours, Write for Descriptive Circular
to the Nearest Agency ol the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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