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" w-Wrss- & ?wswwr'
1 tee where some folks are going
to the ocean to get gold from water."
"Tho ocean? Why bo far! Why
hot go to Wall street?"
Dr. Pierce's rienant Pellets first put
up 40 year ago. They regulate and invite
orate storanch, liver and bowels. Sugar
aoated tiny granules.
All the world may be a stage, but
unfortunately we can't always hear
' Stomach Out
TARE A COURSE OF
At Oace It W1U Do Yea Good
In Siskatehtwin (Ws.tsrn Canada)
.800 Bushels from. 2Q aores
oi wneat was tns thresher e
return from a Lloyd
mlnstsr farm In tht
season of 1910. Many
other districts yield
ed from 25 to S3 bu
shels of wheat to the
acre. Other grains In
ara thus ilarlvoil
(rem tke) FRRK
of Western Canada.
This excellent showing causes
prices to advance. Land values
sbnald doable In two years' time.
ain sjrovMng.iniien ri
rattle raising and tli
ara all prnlijablo.
I In the,
to bo hart In
it ISO acre) vre-eailH
lions at SS.OO per acre. with-
In certain areas. Hchools and
inrehea. In. '
rones, in . erery aeiiie-
In. every settle
"PnttfuL ' snaterlsji
Vor particulars as to location,
low settlers' railway rates and
descriptive jlrastrsted pamphlet.
"Last Hest West," and other In
formation, write to Bnpn of. lma 1
ration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
Csnsdtsn Government Agent.
W. V. BCNNETT
write to ths scsat Bsarest yoa
The Army of
la Growing Smaller Every Daw
LIVER PILLS are
not only givereuei
nenuy cure cob.
ladigsitJsa, Sick Hsasache, SaBsw Skku
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICK
Genuine matt bear Signature
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 44-1911.
Ul offer and booklet. IMS O 8T LUI0
1 link my jpradica to Heart and Grcdalory
ailments. Thirty years eipseiencs ought.to
mesa much to such patients. Eiperiatsntiag
, aad gleet is costly sad baa. Writs
J. S. XE0NBA1IT. M. Isart Seecisllst
172 ".Street Uacela, Nehrasks
FURS FURS FURS
My way of doing; business la
giving full valuo and prompt
returns. I do not charge a coin
salsalon for handling your furs
and will bold separate on re
quest. Write for ray prlco list.
W B m J 1 tSt
Auctioneers are not all
alike. Bobio are much bet
tertbsn others. Vho beitet
tho anctlonoer the larcet
service ooits yoa no mors
than the poorest. There's
J i root, seenrlly and satlsfac
ion In dulu business with
Z. 8. BRANSON, 14m SIm
saS SmI kvute IMUim, ft
learIiirtiH LUCOU, SEB,
Sulpho Saline 8prlngs
Lseatti m tur awn SpmIsm sn sssa la ths
UnturatMt4 la ths trMtstsnt oi
Hstrt. ttasjseh, Rltfnsy and Lltsr Dlxtss?
M?i:aTa CHAMIt, ADORESS
BB SaBSSSnTt. EBsWl
la TST 2UI 115
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BBB"BRF PI LIS.
Tour wotds the other dity. "I'm growing old,"
Bounded In ears which fain would heed them not,
And yet, what earnest thoughts they now unfold;
What tender wishes you may reach that spot
Where none grow old.
Near, and still nearer to that borderland
Wo draw, with longing for the promised rest.
Oh, clasp us closely, Great Unfailing Hand,
And guide our faltering feet, that with the blest
Wc ne'er grow old.
(Copyright, 1811, by Associated Literary Press.)
"I will marry her If sho will have
me, dnd, and there you are." Jack
faced the major with set Jaws and
steady eye. The major leaned back
his head and smoked peacefully, one
hand stroking his gray beard.
"I cannot see for tho life of me
why you object to her."
"I do not object to the lady at all,
my boy," rejoined the major warmly.
"She lBsuicrb; but I do object to n
con of mine acting In this dashed
calf manncjr. Winona Grayson Is not
the wife for a lad fresh from college,
and callow as fresh picked tobacco
leaf, by George, slrl You should be
dancing with debutantes for ten years
yet before you dare to ask a woman
like that to ever consider you,
"I have aBked her." Jack spoke
The mnjor drew In a long whiff
com his cigar before he took the
"Told you about the same as I
brivc, didn't she?"
"She told mo to ask my father."
Two littlo high lights of apprecia
tion gleamed In the major.
"Sent you back to the home pas
"Oh, I say, dad, be decent I want
"You want her as the most perfect
embodiment of your Ideal that has
appeared so far. Next week you will
bo trailing like a six months' hound
on a newer scent Jack, you pack
your sultcaso, take a nice clean col.
lar or so along, and hit the trail for
anywhere you fancy. Stay a month
or a year."
"1 won't go until she gives me a
Tho major rose reluctantly. He
was taller than his son, and hand
somer at forty-five than Jack was at
"I see the pongee parasol In tho
distance, and will take tho hint lad.
You catch the ten o'clock boat for
Charleston and slip north awhile. I
will wire you results. Distance may
give you a halo, Jack, who knows?"
The major's "Shoulders lifted with
laughter as he strode after the pon
gee parasoL It sheltered a 'slender,
still girlish figure clad In ecru Irish
lace and pongee silk, and the major
felt a -sudden and unaccountable
throbbing of his heart as be looked
down Into Mrs. Grayson's piquant
face. She was more than lovely.
Dora In New Orleans, of thorough
bred southern stock, she ran clear to
typo, as the major would have ex
pressed It Dusky brown hair curled
loosely about her oval face. Her eyes
were gray, changeable as the sea,
with shadows darkening tho lids.
There was a curiously dusky glow to
her complexion, like the .varm tone
to a peach or a cream-white rose.
The major looked from her eyes to
her lips, then at the band of coral
and red velvet about her throat, and
They strolled down to the sea
promenade below the hotel and found
ber favorite seat, a stone one be
neath a cluster of young, palms. The
major forgot his caution.
"Jack told me," he said abruptly.
"I told him to go away for awhile,"
"You will make him a laggard In
love like his father."'
The major moved uncomfortably
"A man must go when he Is sent"
, "A brave man takes bis own when
be finds It."
"By George! I'd like to tee the man
who could take you unless you gave
the word., Winona. I laid all my life
In yeur bands ten yean ago, and yoa
sent me away."
She shot a fleeting glance at Mm
from underneath her long dark lashes
and smiled still
"And you went."
"Was I to trail at your heels as
war trophy r
"Jack refuse to go when be Is
"Jack's a I beg your pardon, Mrs.
Grayson, but the lad's a fool."
"He's a, dear, dear boy." -
Ths major glanced at her and
-I.ucla Willis Fleming.
"Ho needs a mother."
"To guard him against the wiles ot
"Winona, why didn't you marry me
ton years ago when I asked you to?"
demanded the major.
"You were too cautious of your per
sonal dignity, major, altogether too
much afraid of risking your strength
over a futile engagement" laughed
"I have never married again," re
torted the major, sadly. "I am an
Incurable pensioner from the wars of
"How much Jack Is llko you In bis
"Good taste, possibly. Winona, tell
me. do you want to marry the cub?"
Winona laughed and shook her
head, her eyes softening In their ex
pression. "1 am not versed In kindergarten
"Then you do not object to me as
a father-in-law, Winona?"
"It would aurely seem strange to
caU you father, Phil," she laughed
"Do you love the boy at all?"
Her eyelashes flickered, and she
"Not In that way."
The major hesitated also. Then
their eyes met He covered her near
est 'hand with his own, and raised It
to his lips.
"Would you send me from yon
"Would you go It 1 did?" she re
turned. "No, dash It all," exclaimed the
major, fervently. "I would not I
followed you out here this morning
"Save Jack?" abe put In mischiev
"No. To find out if you loved hlra.
Winona, can you feel It In your heart
to take pity on an old chap like
Winona turned her face to his, her
eyes tender and grave for the mo
ment "Oh, Phil," she said softly, "do you
ask only for pity?"
Half an hour later the major stroll
ed over to the telephone desk at
the hotel. Jack had left on the ten.
o'clock boat for Charleston, they bad
told him. He sent his messago with
a whimsical smile on his face.
"Better make it a year. I have her
answer. Wire congratulations. Dad."
GIVES ENGLAND HIS MONEY
Sir Ernest Cassel Is One of the Big,
, gest Philanthropists In Great
The world of finance contains no
more thrilling romance than that In
which the central figure is Sir Ernest
Cassel, whose recent gift of a pork to
Newmarket In memory of King Ed
ward, whose friendship he enjoyed for
many years, is but one of many splen
did acts of munificence.
His father was a small banker at
Cologne. At sixteen young Cass
came to England to earn his own liv
ing. He started In Liverpool, and then
he came to London, and perhaps
scores of people who read these lines
will recall the time when he was a
Junior clerkrgettlng 14 a week. When
on of, the London Inanclal houses
got into dItlculUes, ths task of disen
tangling the complications was entrust
ed to the young man, aad he did his
work with such narked ability that ks
at one mad a asm for himself.
Since then his progress has been phe
nomenal Blr Edward provided most of th
funds for the asw radium institute n
London, which was opened a short
time ago, and he gave the $1,000,000
with which th 1st King Edward
founded a sanatorium for th victims
of tuberculosis; whilst he gave anoth
er million dollars for tke establish
ment of as Anglo-Oerman Institute,
How self-reliant Blr Ernest Is Is
proved by the fact that la none of his
colossal financial atrprlss has he
over had a partner. Answers,
THE ATTRACTION FOR THREE
Last August there visited the Cans
dlan west the vice-president of the
largest Individual hardware compar
lu tho United States. As his firm have
a turnover of millions, and dcnls ex
tensively with farm Implements, this
man took a deep Interest in crop con
ditions In Canada, and on his return
he embodied his findings In an article
for tho Hardware Reporter. This ar
ticle should be of special Interest to
Tho writer speaks of the Importance
of the spring wheat crop of Western
Canada. He might also havo spoken
of tho Importance of tho oat crop and
also of the winter wheat crop, as well
ns barley. Winter wheat during tho
past few years has been a great suc
cess, and experiments havo shown
that It can bo grown with success In
nlnioBt any portion of the thrco prov
inces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta. Dut apart from this, tho
spring wheat crop Is tho one generally
grown, and all who know anything ot
grain, anyono who has had anything
to do with markets, knows or has
heard of tho high character of this
cereal and tho splendid yields that aro
annually produced. Reproducing from
"In a land of such great sweep, and
of such dlffercnco In soil and climate,
there aro many resources, but none
are at present of tho same overwhelm
ing importance as the spring wheat
crop. In the intcrmlnablo pralrlo
ptretches ot tho northwest provinces
it Is tho ono absorbing topic of Inter
est and of conversation during Its
growing andlts harvesting, for upon
its success or failure hangs tho weal
or woe of a largo part of tho Domin
ion. ItB Influence extends far down
Into tho United StatcB, drawing thou
Bunds of farmers northwards with tho
lure of cheap lands, but llkowlso be
yond the great lakes, even to tho cusy
going maritime provinces, calling tho
flower of their young mon to Its op
portunities. Development In theso
pralrlo provinces goes on at high pres
Buro for everything hangs on tho out
come of spring wheat. Success has
emboldened tho raisers of this ono all
important crop, and ench year thero
la further incursion Into those north
ern fields that only a short tlmo ago
were regarded as Arctlo wastes. Tho
Canadian Northwest seems to be ono
of those modern agricultural examples
set forth to drive the final nail in the
coffin of that ancient Malthuslnn de
lusion that population tends to outrun
the means of subsistence, since the
only fear now among Canadian econ
omists Is as to the danger of over
stocking th wheat market Only
about two and one-half per cent of
possible arable )ands in the northwest
provinces is now under cultivation,
snd this year th crop promises to
be clos to 800,000,000 bushels, so
that your 'imagination and your arith
metic can easily supply the answer as
to the possible or even probable out
During the months of July and Au
gust tho weather was unfavourable
and the production of a 200 million
yield of wheat will not likely bo real
ised, but even with this, the threshing
reports coming to hand show that tho
crop will be a splendidly paying one.
A Change of Opinion,
"Talk is cheap," chuckled the poli
tician with the telephono frank In his
After talking 20 worth, be pulled
out bis frank and found It had ex
pired. "By heck J" he muttered rue
fully, "that guy was right when he
said that 'Silence Is golden.' " Judge.
A Jolt to Romance.
"Hubby, you have a lock of my hair,
"Next my heart."
"See If you can match It In some
puffs when you go downtown."
Thousands of country people know the
value of Harolins Wizard Oil, the best
family medicine In ease of accident or
sudden illness. For the safety of your
family buy a bottle now.
He that doth a base thing In seal
for his friends burns tho golden thread
that ties their hearts together. Jere
Itra. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup for Colldrea
tasthlng, softens the guns, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain, oures wind colic, 860 bottle.
Bom people never go ahead be
cause they wait too long to make sure
they are right
Msay people sttfsr
aor sleoaol. -
M atiesWeswsV ee.ssw Stsa rest (CwAatsseJs i
v TlsW tool soatsias ao trisohet to' shriek act the red Most orBeles est, est
the ether head, H laeresses their sumber sad they besots roead aad haskhy
MSkMBS ta aesiaa sysfearia u saaisamf, Bssetttsstwre at rfea, red Uoed. K
helps the stoBssch to sesimllet or take tap tkm proper eleiests froas the food.
taereBy sweats fssaoa sea sertag
lettable Syasptbau; stops exeesalr tissue wests fcs eoavslssesesa froas fevers,
SBsdlelses offered by the druMUt who is Lwkied for a larger prolt. Nothiai
hat Dr. PlorwVs Coldea Medlos! DIseovery will do you half as inch jeed.
A Regular One.
Sho And don't you go In for sport
of any kind?
He Oh, yaas, don't yer know. I'm
ha passlonntoly fond of domi
noes. Everybody's Weekly.
Clerk Where shall I file the lovo
letters In this suit?
Lawyer Under tho head of promis
Get a Mother's
is Rood for 10 cou
pons cut it out and
you have a bis start.
Then in every pack
age of Mother's Oats
you wilt find a cou
pon. Save the cou
pons and Ret the
cooker free in a
hurry. Only ene ad
vtrttstmtnt will bt
acctpttdfrom tach tm
temtr as 10 ttupent.
Start today with the first package and don't forget
to send a postal for complete premium book.
"MOTHER'S OATS," CHICAGO
Rayo lamps smi lanterns rjive
moat light lor the
The light Is strong and steady. A
Materials and workmanship are tho best Rayo lamps and
Aik your dtaltr to thom you till line of ttayo htmpt mid loiifmts, or urltt for
Ulintrattil booktef Hired to tiny agency nf
Standard Oil Company
line orDora ted I
W. L. DOUGLAS
2,50, 3.00, 3.50&H00 SHOES
Meat sad Wswmsi wear W-LDetif las skew
fcecaai they are the best skeee ssroaWcasIsa
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THE.STANDARD OF QUALITY
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
Th assurance that goes with an estab
lished reptatioa syour awuraoce in buying
If I could take you into my large factories
?SC0 Mass., snd show you how
carefully W.LDouglas shoes are made, you
would then understand whv thev aw win
ranted to hold their shape, fit belter and
wear longer than any chermake for the price
CAUTION Th nulne t,KTs w u nmKim
MHUimrs Mms Md rlce ltlB1Ml botMn
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fuuuaA, ih srk St.. VrocMon,
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Don't put your money and labor Into bunch of Tun or Hides ami then "lose out" In the
seUlaa. Thnt'a the Important part, an extra 10 per cent (or more) obtained through good sales
manship, means Increased pi-outs U yoa. Yet; aro entitled te the fclabest prices and a, square)
deal, we vrlll give you both. We charge NO COMMISSION and maVe prompt returns.
S??SJSL rztje-llat and shipping tags. They nro free. HORSES AND CATTLE HIDES
TANNED ifyoata and robes raado to order from your own tildes. SEND foil OATAIOO
LINCOLN HIDE ft FUR CO., 1008 Q St., LINCOLN, NEI.
weaif mi ear i
from weak hearts. They stay expert
Bctoriacsa ot ereaia on exertion, pain over is Mart,
or dissy feeHajfs, oppressed breathing alter meals or their
eyes bscoaae blurred, their heart is not suateieatly ttroag
to snap blood to tke extremities, aad they have sold heads
sod feet, or poor appetite beoause of weakened blood supply
to the stomach. A heart toaio aad alterative should be takes ,
wUohhasnohrfaIt-waiBot. Such is Dr. Pierce's GoMsat
Medio) DiasovMy. whleh eoetaiaa ao daoamraua
ueeaoa seat revs 1 1
lade Cherry berk tnmmmt
tnh trisfe rsfJaed drear!
erspspssa, Beart-bsra aad assay i
saw other dva.
Percy What nro you doing about
your doctor's advice to tnko phytlcal
exercise, dear boy?
Cholly I'm carrying n heavier walk
ing ntick, and I wear a larger button
Ho that 1b taught to live upon little
owes nioro to his father's wisdom
than he that has n great deal left him
does to tils father's core. Penn.
in a Hurry
You can Hava
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AND ALL NOSE
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Curea the sick and acta as a prere ntlrs for others, liquid given oa
the tongue. Hafe for brood mares and all others. Best kidney remedy joS
cents and It .03 m bottle 1 Sft 00 and 110.00 the doten. Bold by all druggists
and horse goods bouses, or sent espresa paid, by the manufacturers.
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easily to say room where extra warmth is seeded.
A special automatic device makes k impossible to tura tke
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The Pertectaoa bums aiae hours oa one flliag alowiag
beet from the mjnun k is UgrJed. Haadsomely fitted?
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