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C. U. HALB, I'ublinhor
S OF THE WEEK
CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR
a BOMS' DOM OF EMS
National, Political, Personal and Other
Mattcrn In Brief Form (or All
Classes of Readers.
Rpccinl arrangements Imvo been
mndo by Poatinaster General Hitch
cock for the rapid transmission or
mall Intended for delivery ubro.nl by
Tho net Income of tho 2C2.190 cor
porations of tlio United States which
nro subject to tax under tho corpora
tion tax law was R12r,470.000 Tor the
year which ended on .luno 110.
United States Senator Klklns may
bo able to appear In bis seal In tho
coming session of congress, according
to a statement regarding bis condi
tion given out at his Washington resi
dence. Tho Secretary of Interior has ap
proved tho decision of tho commis
sioner of tho land oMca in appeal of
William Angclln, dismissing bis con
test against tho homestead entry of
Ilesslo 1 Standford Alliance, Neb.,
Nebraska pensions granted: IJlnn
O. liecrs, $20; Willard N. Kvans, 515;
Frank W. Hammond, $12; Tobias
Hansen, $20; Noah .1. Kinsley. $12;
tJcllna 1. Shcpard, $12; llonjaniln V.
Watts, JIG; William Williams, $20;
Lewis A. Williams, $15.
Secretary Ualllngcr recently an
nounced tho withdrawal from entry of
Gll.OOO acres of coal lands In Mon
tann. Tho land lies between Miles
City and Olendlve. Tho secretary
nlso withdrew about 7,000 acics of
oil lands In Kern county, California.
Animals Imported for breeding pur
foses aftor January 1, 1911, must bo
accompanied by certificates of tho bu
reau of animal Industry that the nnl
nals aro puro bred of n recognized
breed and duly registered In tho for
eign book of record for that estab
Crlppen, tho wifo murderer, loft re
Quest that his romauiB bo cremated.
Michael Cudahy, founder of tho
Cudaby Packing company, died in
President Taft and family bad a P.7
pound turkey for their Thanksgiving
Republicans undecided on program
to bo carried out nt coming meeting
Husines3 of tho country Is on a firm
foundation altbough moving Just a lit
tlo bit slowly.
Mrancloco Madcro Issued n procla
mation declaring himself provisional
president of Mexico.
Gov. Clark of Alaska declares In bis
annual report against tho policy of
not working the coal lands.
A. H. Spear, former cashier of the.
Oborlln National bank, .ootcd by Cas
clo Chodwlck of $300,000 or more, died
Euddenly In Detroit.
Tho Chicago Tribune says that
r.onator-oloct Hitchcock of Nobraska
to weaving the mantlo that has lallen
from Uryan's zhoulders.
Tho returns of tho recent election
In Pennsylvania show that John K.
Toner's plurality for governor wnn
113, 181 over William II. Berry, hide
pendent, and 28G.21C over Webster
Tho claim of tho Hallway Business
Association that its members would
bo put out of butlness unless the rail
roads wcro permitted to increase
freight rates, will bo investigated by
tho Interstate eommcrco commission
Ten million dollnrs worth of dam
age Is done annually In tho 1'iiltcd
States by ground squirrels, according
to a bulletin issued by tho Department
Andrew Carncglo was showered
with congratulatory messages on his
n venty-thlrd birthday, which lie o.iil
otly celebrated at bis home in Klftb
iienue, New York.
Justice Lurton, of tho United Stales
rupremo court, notified tho attorney
neneral of lown that ho will not sus
pend the Iowa mulct law in Boone.
Carroll and Marshall counties.
For tho extension of a iliko at tho
Maro Island navy yard tho Nay de
partment has awarded tho contract to
the Thomson Brldgo company of San
Francisco at its bid or $102,300.
Princo Henry of Prussia has sent
nn order to tho United States for an
even score of aoroplanos. Ho la said
to havo secured two unknown makes,
icronlanes Invented by dreamers.
Tho Brazilian uaval revolt has been
cbecked by congress voting to accoed
to tho demands of tho mutineers.
Tho wbolo of Manchuria la official
ly declared to bo Inflicted with the
bubonic plnguo and not with cholora
ns was erroneously reported.
Tho Australian stentner Goltla from
Now Orleans to Trieste, with a valu
nblo cargo of cotton arrived in Nor
folk, Vn., with a llro in her hold.
A threatened' split between the la
bor unions of the United States and
Canada was smoothed over In tho
American Federation of Labor at St.
Louis by President Gompurs.
Mayor Qaynor of New York hat
made It plain that nil gambling bous
es muRt go.
Cardinal SanmlnlntclH died nt
Homo. Ho wnn born nt Undlcondoll In
1810, and was proclaimed a cardinal
Secretary MeVeagb nays records of
corporations In bis control arc not for
tho public eye.
Miss Leneve, to mnrry whom Crlp
pen killed his wife, has sailed fioin
Iionilon for America.
Lack of sclentlllc methods was
charged against railroad managers nt
tho shippers hearing. ,
Mrs. Kussell Sage has given Vassar
$150,000 for tho construction or u now
resldonco hall or dormitory.
A limited parcels post for rurat free
delivery routes will bo recommended
by 1'ofltiunster General Hitchcock.
At Troy, Ala., tho Alluntlc Compress
company's warehouse and press woro
destroyed by lire. Nearly 3,000 bales
of cotton were burned.
Jacob M. Dickinson, secretary of
wur, received word of tho death of his
son Overto nDlcklnson at Belle Meado
stock farm, near Nashville, Tcnn.
Kmployes of tho Brooklyn Rapid
Trnnnlt company were notified of n f
por cent Increase In wagon to tnkc ef
fect at once. About 12,500 men aro
Festivities were held in Panama In
celebration of Panama's independence
of Spain, which was gained In 1MD by
tho republic of Colombia, of which
Panama formerly was a part.
John WIntlon of Randolph county.
Alabama, and Joo Wheeler of Carroll
county, Georgia, wero oequlttcd of a
peonage charge in tho United States
district court in Montgomery, Ala.
"Leavo tho cities and settle on
farms," was tho burden of tho ad
dresses delivered nt tho nununl con
vention or the Federation or Jewish
Farmers or America in Now York.
At San Antonio, Tex., It. O. Gray,
n mining engineer or St. Louis, Mo.,
was found dead In bed. Ho was fully
dressed and a bullet wound va in
bis bend. In bis band was u pistol.
Tho twenty-fourth case of typhoid
fever developed nt the naval academy
when Midshipman K. C. Woodward
or tho llrst class was admitted to tho
naval general hospital for treatment.
Tho condition of Moses C. Wetmore,
retired millionaire manufacturer and
democratic national committeeman
from Missouri, Is reported critical.
Ho was run down by a borso and
A plea for tho upbuilding or tho
American merebnut marlno was inado
by Congressman Wllllnm S. Green or
Fnll River, in an nddross bcroro tho
alumni or tho Massachusetts Nautical
Training school In Boston.
Captain Simeon P. Gillette, rormcr
president or tho Citizens National
bank or Kvnnsvillo, Intl., who Ib under
federal indictments for alleged mis
management of the bank, shot and
killed himself at bis homo In that
Unless unforeseen complications
arise, tho Indicted members of tho so
called "beef trust" will bo placed on
trial Dec. 20. Counsel for the govern
ment and for tho packers In tho Unit
ed States district court agreed upon
Facts and figures nindo public by
Labor Commissioner J. O. A. Hlller,
reveal that Missouri holds exceeding
ly high rank as n horticulture state,
having nn annual product; on from Its
gnrdens and orchards, worth, In rouud
To nsk that the president recom
mend additional pension legislation,
Representative Phil Campbell of Kan
sas culled at the White house. Mr.
Campbell suggested to the president
that ho enforce tho bill adopted at
tho last grand effenmnment or tho
G. A. R.
Secretary Bnlllngor hns filed in tho
District or Columbia supreme court
his answer to a mandnimis proceed
ing Instituted ngalnst him by James
F. Itowell or Oklahoma, In which the
latter seeks to compel him to lasuo
a patent ror 1C0 acres bordering on
A hair million dollnrn annually will
bo snved to tho pnatofllco depart
ment, it is believed, ns n result of an
order Issued by Postmaster General
Hitchcock discontinuing the practice
or ro-encloning registered mail In spe
cial envelopes before sending It from
tho office or origin,
United States Scnntor Lnrayette
Young, appointed by Governor Carroll
to servo until tho coming general as
sembly, has formally announced that
ho Is a candidate before tho locMa
turo to fill tho unexpired term of tho
late Senator Dolllvcr, which toiuiln
ates March I, 1013.
T. B Fit Patrick, national treasurer
or tho 1'nltcd Irish League, cnhled
$10,000 to John K. Redmond, leader of
tho Nationalists In tho Billlsh parlia
ment, for the 1'iirthcrunco of tho cause.
This makes tho total sent Mnco tho
recent annual meeting of the Icaguo
at Buffalo. $50,000.
Alfred G. Vanderbllt, second son cf
tho Into Cornelleuii Vanderbllt,. Is
president or tho Now York horsa
show. Mr. Vandorbilt's chler interest
is in his lino stable.
Mayor Gnynor says gambling houses
cannot exist In Now York.
Ambassador Wilson thinks tho Mex
lean rising Is doomed to failure.
A monument to General James Kd
wanl Ogelthorpo, founder of Colony
or Georgfu, was unveiled at Savun
nab. President Knvanaugh, or tho deep
wntorway association, fears Prc'sidont
Taft is not interested in tho move
ment. President Taft has signed n procla-
inntlan rimtnlllli In llm nnllminl .1...
riualn 107,520 ncres rrom tho L03 Au-
gcles foicst in California.
ORA ACKERMAN OF FREMONT, 14
YEARS OLD, SAVES BABY'S LIFE.
HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What Is Going on Heie and Thore
That Is of Interest to tho Read.
em Throughout Nebraska
Fremont. By snatching little Viola
Johnson, n 3-year-old tot, ofT tho Bur
lington trncks n rew seconds before
the artcinoon passenger train thund
ered pnst, Ora' Aekonuan, a 11-yoiit-old
girl, probably stived the child's
Tho tot had wandered down to the
railroad tracks rrom Its home nearby,
and was standing between tho rails
as tho train bore down upon It. The
englno was but n rew foot away
when tho Aekennan girl enught up
the babe and carried It to snfety.
Died from Blow on Head.
Teknham. The death of Carl Roth,
tho 20-ycar-old son of .Mr. uud Mrs.
Frank Roth, which waB first thought
to havo been enused by a sudden at
tack of Infantile pnralsls, it develops,
wns duo tp a blow received on the
back or tho head somo time ago, which
nircctcd tho brain and spinal column.
Ho wns out in tho cornfield some
weeks previous and Ills team inn
nwny, throwing the ond-gnto out.
which struck his head.
York Teachers Banquet.
York. Tho York County Progres
sive Teachers' Hub gave a hamiuc
which wns largely attended by mem
bers or the now organization, ubout
twenty-five being present. A program
along educational lines was given.
Tho olllccrs of the club uro: U. C.
Bishop, manager; Miss Alice Flore,
assistant maunder; L. Pros, president;
Lulu Baugh. vice-president; Raymond
Kuril, secretary, and Louise Jellson,
New Postofflco Opened.
Grand Island. Postmaster II. C
.Miller Saturday morning raised the
flag for tho first tin e on the new gov
ernment building which is now in use.
Tho new ponxoillco has a Tederal court
room 'and olllces Tor the Internal reve
nue collector, clerk of the court, etc.,
and a fine well lighted nnd ventilated
working room nnd lobby, the cost of
tho building being $123,000.
Woodmen Hold Rally.
David City. The Modern Woodmen
or America held a district rally and
class adoption hero Tuesday. A large
number or Woodmen were present
from several towns In the county nnd
participated in tho exercises of the
New Socialist Paper.
Broken Bow. A numbor of social
ists of this place, headed by John
Painter, John Delano. Dr. C. F. Wil
son, James Stockham nnd Robert Wil
son, incorporated themselves into a
publishing company, capitalized at
Lutheran Emanuel church at Lin
coin was dedicated Sunday.
Lancaster county commissioners
are ligc ing on a new clock for tho
coui t house.
S. (' Overton of Peru eayshe rnl?cl
three crops of rotatoos f 10111 one piece
or ground this fall.
Ellis Overtoil, 11 veteran street car
man or Lincoln, died very suddenly nt
As homo in that city Inst week.
Tho Nemnha Valley Poultry associ
ation show at Adams last week was
the best ever held by that body.
Harold Boggs, 2 years old. fell rrom
tho second story of a Fremont build
ing and escaped with a lew bruises.
I-tnul near Albion Is advancing, A
party refused $l0 0ih) for a hair sec
tlon tlireo miles from town this week.
Union collcgo at Collego View cele
brated Thanksglv lug by Inviting all
tho su'.leuts or the IHnso to dine In
tho collcgo heme.
In the Thanksgiving day game or
roothr.ll 011 the Mute university cam
pus tho Huskdl Indians lost to No
brnskn by 121 to 0.
Fire In tho coal bin caused by spen
tr.nroua combust Ion endangered the
TeeuniEPh c',h school building, but
was filially ouluguished. -
Tho fourth annual state convention
of tho Y. M. C. A. at York last week
was well attended, and a successful
and ciiicrtnlning session was had.
Rev. J. M. Dufllold, u former pastor
nr the United Brethren church and
well known throughout the state, died
'at his resldenco In Lincoln last week.
Elaborate preparations are being
made for tho annual Merrick county
corn show to be held In Central City
on Friday, November 25.
Rev. Arthur Brooks, rector of St.
Luke's Episcopal church at Lincoln,
was married recently nt Phittsmouth,
tho hrldo being Miss Kathleen Hock
strnsser or that place.
Rev. Gustave Zobel, Tor forty years
a minister of tho German Lutheran
faith, died Tuesday at his homo 'lu
Beatrice. Ho was sitting in a chair
nnd death resulted presumably from
Bert Moody, n young farmer living'
near Auburn, Is missing.
Custer county people nre ngltnting
for n new and up-todnto court house.
Harmon Wcycrs nnd wife of Ster
ling celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary last week.
Ponder. The Northwestern Nobras
ka Poultry and Corn show will be held
at Pender December 15 to 17.
Mrs. Chris Schon'ersman of Fonta
nolle was seriously Injured by being
thrown from a buggy In a runaway ac
cident. The epidemic of scarlet fever which
threatened Hastings has boon cheeked,
but u number or families arc still un
A young son of C. M. McCord wan
pretty severely Injured about the face
and head by the explosion of a gun
while nut hunting. Ho wll1 recover.
The bursting of the boiler connect
ed wltii the heating plant at tho high
school ut Ainsworth caused some con
slderablo damnge, and school has ad
journod until it can bo rcpalied.
There is an epidemic of whooping:
cough among the children of farmers'
living near Waverly. About eight fam
ilies have been lsltcd with the dls
Wllllnm Grogging nn aged resident
of Cortland, suffered the amputation
or u leg last week, the result.or blood
poisoning caused by stepping on p
tack sonio time ago.
Tho lemodeled First Presbyterian
church at Fremont will be dedicated.
Sundn. An elaborate program Is be
ing prepared. The church has boon
rebuilt at n cost or $13,000.
The annual Thanksgiving ball given
by the volunteer fire department of
Broken Bow nlways one or the social
features of the season was bigger
and bettor than ever this year.
Unrl Weldenuan or York, who it.
was thought at first was badly injured
in the game of football with North
Platte Thanksgiving day, is recover
ing nnd no had results are now antici
pated. Vnl Kcjccr, conductor of farmers'
Institute work, will deliver a lecture
in York on the evening of December
10, in connection with the corn con
test. Hl3 subject will be "AgrlcuJ
turc for P.ovs." ,
Kn route to Upland in his nutoino-.
bile, William Shepnrds, :i business
man of Macon, ran over a dog and his
nnto turned over. The machine fell
on Shepnrds, splintered his shoulder
and otherwise bruised his body.
The, redisricting of the state into
renrcscntntlve and senatorial districts
will be n feature of the coming ses
sion of tho staio legislature.
Land Commissioner Cowles has'
closed a contract for tho state with
John F. Witzkle to Install a new boiler
at tho state institute for feeble
As compiled by Treasurer Staley of,
the State Teachers' association, the'
registration at the meeting which'
closed Friday night was S.724. Tho
registration in 190!) was 3,709.
Governor Shallcnhorgcr has turned
over to the state $1,538.07, that being
the state's share from tho sale or pub
lic lands within tho state during the
last yenr. The state is credited with
5 per cent or the salo prico
The Fremont, signal corps is to be
mounted in accordance with recom
mendations made with the report
unon tho recent encampment. The
sum ol $2,500 will be allowed for
equipment and the signal men will bo
ah en new olive-drab uniforms.
The stuto railway commissioner has
authorized tho Lincoln Traction com
pnny to issuo $50,000 of additional
stock, making n total issue of about
$328,009. The new stock is to bo is
sued for the payment or betterments
nnd construction of new lines.
diaries Wert man or Mllford prom
ises to add to tho oxrected excitement
of tho legislature this winter by con
testing the scat of Henry Schcelo of
Utlca. Tho two wero opposing candi
dates for representative. Schcelo won
by flvo votes. The republican candi
date claims that ono of tho precincts
gnvo Scheelo only 140 votes instead of
115, as Scheelo was credited. This
difference would make a tie vote.
A petition signed by residents ol
the western part or McPherson county
hns been filed with tho governor nsk
ing that tho rorgotten county or Ar
thur bo revived and put upon the mnp
once more. A provisional board of
county commissioners is proposed and
a county clerk is also suggested. Thore
aro fourteen signers to the petition.
It Is said that about 1.000 people live
In tho area from which n now county
.may bo created. Arthur county has
existed legally for thirty years or
more, but no ono hns tliougut or lie
oxlstcnce. Why It was swallowed up
In McPherson county and when is nol
Petitions are being circulated for
the purposo of securing cndorsemenl
or Dr. It. S. Grimes of Lincoln for the
position of superintendent of tho stato
Nearly all of tho Btato senators
elect, nnd ull but about twenty-live or
tho roprescntatlvcs-clcct have select
ed their seats Tor tho coming session
of the legislature. They have dono this
either In porson. by letter or through
niends. U thoy wroto for n scat they
relied on tho secretary of stato to
pick, out tho beBt of tho untaken
fN2iU U viU
GETS LUSTY 111 AGE
MEXICO STRONG AND PROGRESS'
ING, SAYS DIAZ.
FULL OF FAITH IN THE PEOPLE
Bound by Closer Ties Than Ever tc
United States Kindly Words far
tho Aged Executive ct tho
Mexico City President Porilr'o
Diaz has issued to the Associated
press the rollowlng message to all na
tions on the occasion or his Inaugura
tion Tor tho eighth time as chief ex
ecutive or tho Mexican nation:
"It Is very gratifying to me to sny
that my heart Is full or ralth In tho
progress or n people, who, like tho
Mexican, has known how to conquer,
by its own efforts, the plnce among
tho lovers of toll after having proved
Its valor In wnr In patriotic derensoof
country. I nm glad, more today than
ever, that I can declaro that Mexico
belongs definitely to the group of na
tions of assured stability, because
against the firm guarantee of peace,
which wo possess, no Influence tend
ing toward its dissolution can now or
"An to the relations between Mexi
co and tho United Stntcs and other
friendly nations, never have they
been more cordial, ns was indicated in
a convincing manner during the cele
bintion or the centennial or Mexico's
King George to Arbitrate.
London. King George, ns arbitra
tor has received the counter cases in
the Alsop claims dlsputo between the
United States and Chile, as presented
to tho foreign oiuco last summer by
American Ambassador Rcld and tho
Chilean ministers. His majesty will
render his decision within a month.
The United States claims something
more than $1,500,000 from Chile in
satisfaction of money advanced to tho
Bolivian government in 1871 In ox
ehango Tor concessions In Arrlca. Bo
foro tho agreement was fulfilled Bo
livia passed to Chile In war. Chile
subsequently agreed to assume the
obligations of Bolivia to the American
concessionaries. The matter, how
over, hns never been settled and after
prolonged negotiations wns submit
ted in arbitration to King George.
No One Wants Cook's Story.
New York. Dr. Frederick A. Cook,
.who has confessed that he eloes not
know whether ho reached the north
pole or not. had no easy task in dis
posing of what ho describes as "Tho
Story or Cook's Trip to the North
Polo," according to reports reaching
New York from Ixindon. Tho Brook
lyn explorer is living in seclusion in
nn obscure boarding house in Blooms
bury, a London suburb, and apparent
ly hopes the story will restore hlni to
a degree of ravor in this country.
No Trace of Miss Leneve.
New York. Tho search of tho
steamship Majestic on her arrival in
quarantine proved that Miss Ethel
Leneve was not on board. Immigra
tion officials and others made a care
ful search of tho vessel again when
she docked to see If the woman com
panion of Dr. Hawiey H. Crlppen, -who
was hanged for killing his wife, Belle
Elmore, w;ns a passenger. Not a trace
of Miss Leneve could bo round.
Des Moines. Attorney General Ily
ers appeared beioro tho railroad com
mission in behair or tho state or Iowa
asking that the five express companies
doing business In the state bo forced
to lower their rates. He declared that
tho present rates are unjust In view
of tho enormous profits of tho var
Left Only Modest Fortune.
Albany. Former Governor David
B. Hill, who died In Albany on Octo
ber 20, left a personal estato exclu
sive or household furnishings, effects
nnd library, estimated nt $30,000 and
real estato assessed at $32,000, accord
ing to tho will filed for probate. Tho
real property Includes bis benutlful
home known ns Wolfort's Rooat, on
tho outskirts of Albany. The princi
pal beneficiaries are Dr. Parry S.
Pear?e nnd Peter J. Manwlllcr, both
of Albany, proteges of Mr. Hill.
Lion's Share to Nebraska.
Chicago, 111. Tho University or No
butska took the largest share of hon
ors at tho international I've stock ex
position Thursday with their herd or
Galloway cattle. Gcorgo Allen of Ne
braska was eOected a director of tho
Shropshire Sheep Breeders' associa
tion at a meeting or the society which
was held In the Saddlo and Sliiolr
Ilnrrlson & Harrison or Indlnnoln,
Nebr., purchnscd Woodland Hummer
II., a prlze-wlnn'ng Angus bull.
President Finishes His Message.
Washington. President Taft has
completed his messago and sent it to
tho government printing ofllco in its
final form. Tho document was laid
boforo tho cabinet nt a special session
which bpgan nt 10 o'clock and lasted
until nearly 3 in tho nrtornoon. Tho
message 1b said to bo unusually long,
tho estimates running from 30 000 to
40,000 words. Tho president went
over every featuro of tho document
with tho cablnot ndvlsors and it Is
said that somo changes wero nindo at
WEIGHED ONLY 80 POUNDS.
How a Severe Case of Kidney Troublo
Was Finally Conquered.
Byron Bennetto. 1018 SL Clair
Avo., East Liverpool, O., says: "Six
months I was hoipiesa
In bed with kidney
troublo. Kidney secre
tions wcro painful, my
head ached terribly
and my body bloated.
I ran down until I
weighed but 80 poundo
and everyono thought
I had consumption. A
specialist gave 1110 up and so did my
homo physician. Surprising as it may
seem, I was nblo to leavo my bod after
using six boxes of Doan'a Kidney Pllla
and for six years I havo remained froo
from kidney trouble. I confidently be
lievo Doan'a Kidney Pllla saved my
Remember tho name Doan'a.
For salo by all dealers. 50 centn a
box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y,
"There's no uso trying to deny 1L"
remarked Mrs. DoFlatt, "this Is th
worst x cook wo'vo had yet. Thora
positively Isn't a decent thing to eai
on tho tablo."
"That's right," rejoined DoFlatt
"But," contlnuod hla wifo, "thcro'i
ono thing in her favor. She can't b
beat when it cornea to washing."
"Pity wo can't eat tho washing,"
sighed tho hungry husband.
"You aro 6iiro thnt airships will
mako war so expensive aa to bo utter
ly lmprnctIcablo7" said ono military
"Quito sure," replied tho other.
"Tho flying niachinea won't cost so
much, but wo won't bo ablo to pay
the sums required by aviators for go
ing up in them."
Curiosity ts nil the appetite needed
for a mysterious dish.
Cured in One Day
"I regard my cold cum at being better than
a Life Insurance Policy. 'MUNYON.
A few doses of Munyon'a Cold Cure will
break up any cold and prevent pneumonia.
It relieves tho bend, throat and lungs al
most instantly. Thcso little bugar pellets
can be conveniently carried in the vest
pocket for uro at any timo or anywhere.
Price 25 cents at nny druRcistB.
If you need Medical Advice writo U
Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully
diujmofo your enso and givo yot ndvica
by mail, abeolutely free. They put you
under no obligations.
Addresi Munyon'a Doctors, Munyon'
Laboratory, 53d and Jefferson streets, Phil
Why Rent a Farm
ind be compelled to pay to your landlord most
nf your hard-earned profits? Own your own
Secure a Free Homestead in
Manitoba, SncLntchewnn or
Albertu, or purchase
land In one of these
districts .nd bank a
profit of Si 0.00 or
SI2.0O aa ncru
Lund purchased S
years aco at $10.00 nn
acre has recently
chanced hands at
$25.00 an acre. The
crops grown on these
lands warrant the
by cattle rnlslncdalrylne.mlxed
farming and craln rrowinir lit
the provinces uf Manltnliii,
Snsuntclicwan anil Allirrln.
t'roo tiumcstcatl ami pre
emption arms, uswrll as land
held by rnilwuy and I mid com
panies, will provldo liuuivs
Adnptublo still, healthful
cllmulc, splendid schools
.. tor settler' rules, lUscrliiiltn
lltoratiiro"l.aiii llest Wen,'' how
to reach tho couutrr and other par
tloulnrs, wrllB to Hup'l of tuinil-
& ration, Ottuuii, Camilla, orto tlio
aoaul&n Guvvruaiaut Agoau
W. V. BENNETT
30t Kra Totk llfi Eldr. Onha, Rett,
THE OLDEST FUR HOUSE IN AMERICA.
:e-20-22 Wast 20th Streot, HewYorK
tlranch KstablUtimenta nnder SAMK NAME at
MCiraifl, LONDON, I-Altlrl,
nurlBB and selltnc repreientatlres In all lin.
portsnt l'ur MsrUets of tbn World, iiutrltiutlns
escb artlelo wbcro best results aro Utainia en1.
rurs.U,,.,l?,,;?uTJ"gU"t n",rUt Pr'CM "" -Our
uatv Fur Qootstlons, Shlprlnz Tacs etc
will b sent to any addrpss on Te'iufst. B ' '
Itofereneesi Any Merciiutlle Anenry or Dink
fUASE MEHTIOH THIS PAPER WHtH ANSWERINO.
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