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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
FiMt VAN VOESEWfe
JLJUJ V A. JLN.rV.JL O-J. v jrs
COPYKKffror 7M eOOO'J-ttrMillL(XXiPlA!1Y
T.p Potnlc ilf H.ilircin, cnplnln of Kroticli
nivalry. titki's Id IiIm iiuurti-rM to rnlsi- by
liniul a tiiotliurtiHH Irish ten lor imp, ami
imillt'H l( I'llCtlOtllll'. Jlo llllH'H with tho
Mnnpilin il'KHdlk'niu' anil incftH Mini
Jiillu llt'ilipotul, Amrrlt'iin liilrrHS, who
pImkx f'H' lilin an KiikIIhIi Imllnu that
IhiKPtH In IiIm iiicmnry. Tryllitf In hiivii
I'IIcIhiiiiih'h Ilf i', ho (li'cllnc'H u micoml In
ltiitlon to dinner lirraimc of a "very sick
Xrluml," No mum lnvl ta ttoiia cotno from
I he Chateau l''ollKriuc. I'ltchoiinii,
UimiKh taiiui from IiIh nrcldont. thriven
nnil Is (luvotril to hlii iimnpr. Hnliron ami
I'ltrhoimii mi'i't the Mimiulsn ami MIhh
Itnlmoml ami aflor thn alory of I'ltrhnuiiu
Jh told Hnbron In forKlvon ami Invllcil to
"llniipr iiKiiln. Halirmi In orili'rt'tl to Al
adorn, hut In not allowed to take Korvnnts
or OnitH. itu Ih InvltPil In ii munlfiiln at
kho (')intt'ini, whrro MIhh llcdmoiiil, linir
atur that Hnbron rnnmit tnko I'ltclionm)
(wit Ii lilm, nfTciH to tatio euro of the iIok
during Ills imiHtcr'H nliMi'iicu.
CHAPTER VII Continued.
"My dear Jullri, my Rotlson, tho
Duo do Tremont." And Snbron bowed
to both tho Indict), to tho dtiko, and
This wiib tho picture lio mlfdit mid
to IiIh collection: tho older woman in
hor vivid dress, Jullri In lior simpler
gown, nnd tho titled Frenchman bow
In C over her linnd.
When ho went out to tho front tor
Taco lirunot wbb thoro with IiIh liorHo,
and Pltchouno was thero iih well, stiff
ly waiting at nttentlon.
"Unmet," Hiild tho ofllcor to his
man, "will you tnko Pltchouno around
to tho servants' qunrterB nnd rIvo lilm
to MIhh Itcdinoud s maid? I am roIiik
to leavo him hero."
"Good, mon Cnpltalno," said tho
ordonnnnco, and whistled to tho dog.
I'ltchouno njirniiR toward his mnHtor
with n Hhort slutri) bark. What ho un
dorstood would bo hard to say, but all
that ho wanted to do was to romnin
with Sabron. Snbron bent down and
"(Jo. my friend, with Hrunot. (Jo,
mon vleux, ro," lio conininnded stern
ly, and tho llttlo doR, trained to
obcdlenro as u soldler'H iIor should bo,
trotted reluctantly at tho heels of tho
ordonnnnco, and tho soldier throw his
Ior over tho snddlo nnd rodo away.
Ho rodo regardless of anything but
tho fact that ho was going.
mnRiiotlcally drawn by her thoughts,
Into a hour which sho plnyed softly
through. I'ltchouno heard and turned
his beautiful head and his soft oyes to
her. Ho know that tuno. Neither
drums nor trumpets had played it, but
thero was no doubt about its being fit
for soldiors. No had heard his mastor
sing It, hum It, many times. It had
soothed his nerves when ho was a sick
puppy and It wont with many things
of tho Intlmato lifo with his mastor.
Ho remembered it when ho had dozed
by tho llro and dreamed of chasing
cats and barking at Unmet and being
a faithful dog all around; ho heard
again a beloved volco hum It to him.
Pltchouno whined nnd softly jumped
down from Ills seat, lio put his fore
paws on Miss Redmond's lap. She
stopiHMl nnd caressed lilm, and ho
licked hor hand.
"That Is tho first tlmo 1 havo scon
that dog show a spark of human
gratitude, Julia. Ho is probably beg
ging you to open tho door and lot him
tnko a run."
Indeed Pltchouno did go to tho door
and waited appealingly.
"1 think you might trust him out. I
think ho Is tamed," said tho Mnrqulso
d'Escllgimc. "Ho Is a real llttlo sav
age" MIhh Redmond opened tho door and
Pltchouno shot out. Sho watched him
tear ltko mail across tho torruco, and
scuttlo Into tho woods, as sho thought,
after a rabbit. Ho was tho color of
tho fallen leaves nnd sho lost sight
of htm In tho brown and golden brush.
wl.oro volvots and scarfs wcro being
sold at double their worth under the
light of n darning yellow lamp. As ho
stood so, his back to tho cafo whero a
number of tho shlp'B crow were drink
ing, lio heard a short sharp sound tint
had a aweot familiarity about it and
whoso individuality mado him start
with surpriso. Ho could not bollovo
his cars. Ho heard tho bark again
and then ho wns sprung upon by a lit
tle body that ran out from between tho
legs of a sailor who sat drinking his
coffco and liquor.
"OracloiiB heavens!" exclaimed Sab
ron, thinking that ho must bo tho vic
tim of a hashish dream. "Pltchouno!"
Tho dog fawned on him and whined,
crouched at his foot whining llko a
child. Snbron bent and fondled him.
Tho sailor from tho table called tho
dog Imporatlvoly, but Pltchouno would
havo died at his master's foot rather
than return. If his throat could havo
uttered words ho would havo spoken,
but his oyos spoko. They looked nB
though they woro tearful.
"Pltchouno, mon vlouxl No, it can't
bo I'ltchouno. Hut It is Pltchouno!"
And Snbron took him up in his arms.
Tho dog tried to lick his face
"Voyons," snld tho olllccr to tho ma
rine, who camo rolling over to thorn,
"whero did you get tills dog?"
Tho young man's volco was Im
perative nnd ho fixed stern oyes on tho
sailor, who pulled his forelock and ex
plained. "Ho was following mo." said Sabron,
not without a slight catch in his volco.
Tho body of Pltchouno quivered under
his arm. "Ho Is my dog. I think his
manner proves It. If you havo grown
fond of him 1 ma sorry for you, but I
think you will havo to glvo him up."
Sabron put his hand in his pocket
and turned a llttlo away to bo free of
tho natlvo crowd that, chattering nnd
grinning, amused nnd curious and
The Fortunes of War.
Sabron's departure had been
lnyed on account of a striko at
dockynrds x of Mnrsellles. Ho
Pltchouno wns a soldlor'fl dog, born
In n Btnblo, of n mothor who hnd been
donr to tho ennteen. MIchetto had been
uno vrnlo vlvandlero, a real daughter
'of tho regiment.
Pltchouno wns a worthy son. Ho
adored the drums and trumpets. Ho
jadored tho life. Ho adored tho drills
iwhich lio was accustomed to watch
from a rcspectablo distance. Ho liked
iHrunct, nnd tho word hnd not yet been
S Uncovered which would express how
, 10 felt toward Monslour lo Cnpltnino.
Jils mnster. Ills musculnr llttlo form
expressed It In every fiber. Ills brown
eyes looked It until tholr pathos might
Itavo melted a heart of iron.
Thero was nothing picturesque to
ritchouno in tho Chatonu d'KscllRiinc
or In tho chnrmlng room to which ho
Kvns brought. Tho llttlo dog took n
flying tour around It, over sofns nnd
chairs, landing on tho window-seat,
whero ho crouched. Ho was not
wicked, but ho was porfectly miser
able, and tho lovely wiles of Julia Red
mond and her endearments loft him
unmoved. Ho refused meat and drink.
wnB indifferent to tho views from tho
window, to tho beautiful view of King
Ilono'a castlo, to tho tantalizing cat
BUtining herself ngainBt tho wall. Ho
flow about llko mad, leaving destruc
tion in hla wake, tugged at the leash
when they took him out for exorcise.
In abort, Pltchouno was a homesick,
lovesick llttlo dog, and thoroby en
doared himself moro than over to his
now mistress. Sho tied a rl,bbon
around his nock, which ho promptly
chewed off. Sho trlod to feed him
with her own fair hands; ho hold his
bead high, lookod bored and grow thin
In tho Hanks.
"I think Cnptaln do Sabron'o llttlo
dog is going to dlo, ma tan to," alio told
"Fiddlesticks, my dear Julia! Keop
him tied up until ho is accustomod to
tho place It won't hurt him to fuHt;
ho will eat when ho is hungry. I havo
a note from Robert. Ho haa gone to
"Ah!" breathed Miss Redmond In
dlffcrontly. Sho slowly wont over to her piano
and played a few measures of music
that wcro a torturo to Pltchouno, who
found theso ladyllko performances in
strong contrast to drums and trumpets.
Ho felt himself as a soldier degraded
nnd could not understand why he
should bo relegated to u Bnlon and to
tho mild society of two ladles who
did not oven know how to pull his enrs
or roll him ovor on tho rug with tholr
riding boots nnd spurs, lio sat agaitiBt
tho window ns wns his hnbit, looking
"Vous nvc-is tort, mn chore," snld hor
nunt, who was working boniothlng less
than n thouaund flowers on hor tnp
estry. "Tho chnnco to bo a princess
nnd a Tremont does not como twlco
In a young girl's llfo. nnd you know
you havo only to bo rensonnblo, Julia."
I Miss Redmond's Angers wandered,
Tarascon ouo lovely day toward
end of January and tho old town with
ItH sweetness and Its sorrow, fell be
hind, iih ho rolled away to brighter
HiiiiH. A friend fiDm Paris took htm to
tho port In his motor nnd thoro Snbron
waited Homo forty-eight hours before
ho set sail. His boat lay out on tho
azuro water, tho brown rocks of tho
coast behind it. Thero wns not a
breeze to Htlr as ho took tho tug which
was to convey him. Ho wns inclined
to dip bin lingers in tho Indigo ocean,
sure that ho would 11 ml thorn blue.
Ho climbed up tho ladder alongsldo of
tho vessel, was welcomed by tho cap
tain, who know him, and turned to go
below, for ho hnd boon suffering from
an nttnek of fever which now and then
laid hold of him, over since ills cam
paign In Morocco.
Therefore, as ho went Into his cabin,
which ho did not leavo until tho steam
er touched Algiers, ho failed to bco
tho baggage tender pull up and failed
to sco a sailor climb to tho deck with
a wet bedraggled thing in his hand
that looked like an old fur cap excopt
that it wriggled and wns alive.
"This, mon commandant," snld tho
tailor to tho captain, "is tho pluckiest
llttlo beast I ovor saw."
Ho dropped a small terrier on tho
deck, who proceeded to shako himself
vigorously and bark with apparent delight.
"No sooner had wo pushed out from
tho quay than this llttlo beggar sprang
from tho plor and began to swim aftor
us. Ho was so funny that wo let him
swim for a bit and then wo hauled him
in. it is evidently a mascot, mon com
mandant, evidently a sailor dog who
has run away to boo."
Tho captain lookod with interest at
I'ltchouno, who engaged himself in
making his toilet nnd biting after a
flea or two which had not been
"Wo Bailors," said tho man saluting,
would llko to keop him for luck, mon
"Tnko him down thon," his superior
olllcer ordered, "and don't lot htm up
among tho passengers."
It wti3 a rough voyage Sabron
passed IiIb tlmo saying goodby to
Franco and trying to keep his mind
awny from tho Chntcau d'EBclignac,
which persisted in haunting his unoasy
slumber. In a blaze of sunlight, Al
giers, tho whl to city, shono upon thorn
on tho morning of tho third day and
Sabron tried to tako a moro cheerful
view of a soldier's llfo and fortunes.
Ho was a soldierly llguro and a hand
some ono ns ho walked down the gang
plank to tho shoro to bo welcomed by
follow olllcerB who wero eager to seo
him, and presently wiib lost in tho llt
tlo crowd that streamed away from
the docks Into tho white city.
(By D. O. SEM.EItS, Acting Director of)
Sunday School Course, Tho Moody Ulblo
Inulltute, Chicago, III.)
LESSON FOR MAY 16
Looking, Watching, Yearning.
cngor to participate in any distribution
of coin, was gathering nround him. Ho
found two gold pieces which ho put
into tho hand of tho Bailor.
"Thank you for taking caro of him.
I nm at tho Royal Hotel." Ho noddod, '
and with Pltchouno under his arm
pushed his way through tho crowd and ,
out of tho bazaar.
Ho could not interviow tho dog him
self, although ho listened, amused, to
Pltchouno's own mnnner of speech. Ho
spent tho lattor part of tho evening
composing n letter to tho minister of
war, and although it was short, it must
havo possessed certain evident and
telling qualities, for beforo ho left Al
giers proper for tho desert, Sabron
received a tolegram much to tho point:
You may Keep your dotr. I congratulati
you on Mich a faithful companion.
(TO BH CONTINUED.)
That night after dinner and a ciga
rette, he strode Into the streets to dis
tract his mind with tho sight of tho
oriental city nnd to fill his oars with
tho eager cries of tho crowd. Tho
lamps tllcKered. Tho sky overhead
was us bluo nearly ns In daytime. Ho
walked leisurely toward tho natlvo
quarter, Jostled, as ho passed, by mon
In tholr brilliant costumes and by a
oiled woman or two,
Ho stopped indifferently beforo n llt
tlo cafo, his oyes ou a Turkish bazaar
Gauge for Measuring 8ootfall.
Tho Pittsburgher who resents the
tlmeworn variations of the soft coal
Binoko gibes now has his chance to
provo that they are unjustified, or re
main forever sllont. Ry a now inven
tion it la at present possible to mcasuro
thojsootfall of any city ob accurately
as "its rain or snowfall may bo meas
ured. Already this soot gauge, tried
out In England, has provod what tho
tourist long suspected, that London,
with all lta yollow fog, has far purer
air than tho North of England factory
cities of Hlrmlnghara, Manchester and
tho llko. Not only havo Pittsburgh and
other slandered American cities tho
opportunity to whiten their sooted
reputations, but the manufacturer, too,
may now establish accurately tho ox
act proportion of his contribution to
tho clvlo soot; for tho new device
judges tho quality as well as the
amount of sootfall, and is qulto capable
of distinguishing between tho fnctory,
furnaco and kitchen range Litorary
The Boy Who Dreams.
It in a good thing for tho farmer boy
to havo an imagination, Bays tho Prai
rlo Farmor. It is a good tiling for
him to "dream dreams and eeo vi
sions." It takes a dreamer to seo tho
transformation that intelligent effort
will bring to pass on tho old place
It takes a drenmor to boo how much
moro desirable that place will bo in
ten years than a Job in a dry goods
store Emporia Oazotto
To Remove Paint.
Equnl parts of ammonia nnd turpon
tlno will tako pnlnt out of clothlug, no
mntter how hard or dry It is. Satu
rate spots two or throe times, thon
wash lu warm eoapBUda.
DAVID SPARES SAUL.
LESSON TEXT-I HumUel 2G:5-1(5
ClOLDEN TEXT-T.ovo your enemies, do
Kuml to them that hnto you. Luku 0:27.
Professor Dccchor gives 1005 I). C.
an tho dato of tlila lesson nnd the
death of Samuel. Saul had been on
tho throne 37 years nnd David was
twenty-soven years of ago. Thero aro
ten famous episodes between tho les
son of last week and that of today.
(1) David and tho Bhow-brcad; (2)
Goliath's sword; (.1) David feigns
madness (ch. 21); (4) Tho cavo of
Adullam; (G) His caro of his par
onts; (6) Tho killing of tho priests
(ch. 22); (7) Wandering In tho wll
derncBB (ch. 23); (8) Tho cutting of
Saul's robo (ch. 21); (9) Nabal's churl
iBhness, and (10) Abigail's kindness
(ch. 25). It might bo well to havo
one scholar glvo a summary of each of
I. David and Ablshal, vv. 5-7.
Onco before, tho ZIphitoB had In
formed Saul as to David's whereaboutB
(23:19). Learning that Saul evident
ly Intended to follow him into tho wll
dornesB (v. 4), David sent spies to
learn the exact location of Saul and
tho 3,000 men under command of Ah
ncr. Abnor was a cousin of Saul, a
bravo man with a remarkablo history.
Unwittingly they had placed them
selves In David's power, and" that for
a second time (24:3-8). Llko the
camp of tho Midianltes which Gideon
visited, Saul and his men wero scat
tered about sleeping "within tho placo
of tho wagons" (v. C R. V.), with Saul
in tho center, tho spear marking his
resting placo and tho bolster beneath
hla head. DoubtleBS Saul trusted Ab
ncr'B protection, but no nrm of flesh
qan save or protect a sinful man. From
a neighboring rock David nnd IiIb
friends could distinguish tho spear
and tho outlines of the camp. David's
challenge was directed to both of his
companions. Ahltnclcch, tho Illttlto,
declined tho summons, whereas Abl
shal, David's nephew who had nlready
proved himself In tho affair at tho
well (II Samuel 23:13-16) nnd later bo
came a leading figure In David's king
dom, accepted the challenge
II. David and Saul, vv. 8-12. Ablshal
was qulto right that God had deliv
ered Saul Into David's hand (v. 8), but
ho wob wrong In his conclusion as to
what that meant. God delivered Saul
that ho might, If possible, savo him.
it was a challengo that tested David'a
magnanimity, his sense of honor nnd
nlso nn event wherein ho could appeal
to Saul's honor. Ablshnl's anger Is
evident from his words, "I will not
smlto him tho second time." There
wns amplo provocation, but David rec
ognized In this experience tho hand
of God, nor would ho profit by an
other's hand upraised "against tho
Lord's anointed" (v. 9). A conscience
less keen could havo found an excuso
for allowing another to striko a blow
to his own profit. Saul was rojected
of Jehovah, yet David preferred to
lot Jehovah execute his own decrees
(ch. 24:15 cf. Pb. 105:15).
III. David and Abner, vv. 13-16.
Returning to hla vantage point,
doubtless tho brow of a hill on tho
opposite Bide of tho valley, a point
of safety, David awnkened tho sleep
ing enmp. Abner replied, "Who art
thou?" This cry sounds strangely llko
tho present-day replies to tho chal
lenge of our David when a sleeping
camp of Bin Is aroused. This call
camo at night. When our King shall
roturn his visit will bo unexpected nnd
at night (I Thess. 5:2-4; Rev. 16:15).
It would Bccm llko a humiliation for
this proud, haughty general, Abner, to
bo taunted by David (v. 15). As chlof
officer ho wnB renponslblo for tho
king's safety and hiB llfo. David
thereforo might well reproach and
chldo him, for his lack of fidelity was
worthy of death. When Saul was
thoroughly awako to tho fact of
David's visit to his camp and tho fact
that hla llfo had been spared, ho waB
moved to another ono of his momenta
of rcpentanco (w. 17-21),
IV. The Result, w. 17-25. David's
address to Saul, la a remarkablo ono.
Ho first nppeals to reason (v. 18) and
desires to know what, If any, fault
he has committed. Ho next challenges
the motives which impelled Saul. Wna
It God who sent him on this journey
or was it tho evil counsol of men
(v. 19)? If this latter tlmn let God
deal with them according to Mielr
Just deserts. And, finally, David usos
tho two similes of n flea and . par
tridge as ovldcnco of his humility, hla
lnoffcnslvcness, his harmlessncss
Every sinner who flglita ngalnst God
and against his anointed ones "plays
tho fool" nnd will sooner or Inter, llko
Saul, awaken to the fact that ho haa
David did not undertako his own do
liveranco nnd "tho Lord dolivorod lilm,
out of all his troubles" (v. 24; Ps. 18).
David's last mossngo to Snul as ho
bndo them to send for his spenr wna
a declaration of innocence and a
prayer that God would glvo lilm safety
oven as Saul's life had boon spared.
Saul's final word was a blessing and
a prophecy of David'a ultimata trl-
i. 'Aj,-." ' ,
The cook is happy, the
other members of the family
nre happy appetites sharpen, things
brighten up generally. And Caluniub
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For Calumet never fails. Its
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perfectly shortened, faultlessly raised
Cannot be compared with
other baking powders, which promise
Even a beginner in cooking
gets delightful results with this never
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Paiia Expotition. Franco, March, 1912.
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The Watts Variation.
Alfred Watts, tho young futurist
poet, was lunching with his publisher
at a Hroadway restaurant recently,
and while waiting for his bill ho
amused himself by matching quarters
with his host. After several dollars
had changed hands, tho publisher
looked through the window nt one of
tlioso entertaining little Detroltobllcs
standing at tho curb, and said, face
tiously: "I'll match you for that car. Alfred."
Mr. Watts tossed back his much
photographed golden mane, and re
marked, with his characteristic drawl
"Aw, don't bo a piker! 111 match
you for two dollars."
BABY LOVES HIS BATH
With Cuticura Soap Because So Sooth
ing When His Skin Is Hot.
These fragrant suporcreamy emol
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Soap to cleanso and purify, tho Oint
ment to soothe and heal rashes, Itch
ings, dialings, etc. Nothing moro ef
fective. May bo used from tho hour
of birth, with absoluto confidence
Samplo each freo by mall with Ilopk.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"I supposo you want to hear
sides of the war question?"
"No, tho finish of It."
Ignorance is moro apt to stimulate
argument than wisdom.
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE for tho TKOOrS
Orer 100,000 packages of Allen's Foot-Ease, the
utlaeptlc powder to shake Into jour alioea, are
belli? UHed by the German and Allied troopu at
the Front because It rests the feet, elves In
stant relief to Corns and Uunlons, hot, swollen
uclilnfr, tender feet, and makes walking easy.
Bold everywhere, 25c. Try It TODAY. Don'l
accept any substitute. Adr.
"Can a woman keep a secret?"
"Yes; unless It's some other wom
Optimist and Pessimist.
"Do you seo that cheerful chap over
(here Just lighting a cigar?"
"Well, he's n six-months man, whllo
tho sour-looking Individual talking to
lilm Is a two-year man."
"What do you mean by thoso
"Ono thinks tho war will end In six
mouths and the other thinks it will
last at least two years longer."
"Yes, the bruto advertised as a
summer resort with an ocean view,"
YOL'n OWN DltL'GGIHT WILL TFJ.L YO
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Every married man has a mind ot
his own, but tho title is seldom perfect.
Wall paper originated In China In
the fourth century.
Don't Gut Out
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ADSORDINE, JR.,tbe aadirpdc Ilalment lormu
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Vtlni. Vtrlcoiltln. AlUyi Pain. Price SI and 12 a bod.
t druf tint or dellrtrei. Will tell more II you write.
After n man has been married two
weeks ho can readily understand why
love Is blind.
Relations between the old-fashioned
milkman and the hydrant aro fre
DAISY FLY KILLER g-tf :.r.Uf. ft
nits, iimi, clean, or
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o.eri will not soil of
ipreit paid for ll.oa.
AEOLD SOUEM.ieo O Kalk A., Brooklyn, H. Y.
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Bates reasonable. II lucit references, licatscrrlcea,
Irrigated Lands or Homesteads "'t !
uditi. Wo loan money V. a. UUTul, Tula falli, Mtat
Canada is CallingYbu
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She extends to Americans a hearty in
vitation to settle on her FREE Home
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some of the low priced lands in Mani
toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
This year wheat Is higher but Canadian land lust
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ever. Canada wants you to help to feed the world
by tilling some of her soil land similar to that
which durinrr manv venrs has averaced 20 to 45
IflVrr bushels of wheat to the acre. Think what you
I ?(H ' so easy t0 Ret Wonderful yields also of
1 1 t wais, uaricy ana riax. mixca farming
CALni H 3M$i$ffc Te Government this year Is asking
JUi Ti ! ll'Ri'' farmers to put increased acreage into
rfiWWrmrifcAlllitiin'V-- -- --' grain. Military service is not com'
pulsory In Canada but there is a great demand for farm labor to replace the many
young men who have volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and
agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and churches convenient
Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to Superintendent
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
W.V. Benneft,22017lh St., Room
4, Deo Dullding, Omaha, Nebr.
Canadian Government Ascot
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