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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Suggestions that may save
Mnrysville, Pa. "For twelve years
I Buffered with ternhlo cramps. I
wouiu nave 10 Biay
in bed Beveral days
every month. I
tried nil kinds of
remedies and was
treated by doctors,
but my trouble con
tinued until one day
I read about Lydia
E. I'inuham'B Vege
table Compound and
what it had done for
others. I tried it
nnd now I am never
troubled with cramps and feci like a
different womnn. I cannot praiso
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
nound too hichlv and I nm recommend
ing it to my friends who suffer as I did. ' '
Mrs. George II. Naylok, Box 72,
Young women who are troubled with
painful or irregular periods, backache,
ncadache, dragging-down sensations,
fainting spells or indigestion should
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. Thousands have been re
stored to health by this root and herb
Write for free and helpful advice to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con
fidential), Lynn, Mass. Only women
open and read such letters.
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble act surely
but gently on
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
If you eojiie Into a room on a win
ter's day, you do not nqed to see the
stove or the radiator to know there Is
heat there. Kvery nerve In your body
tells you that, before you have a
chance to use your eyes. And there
are some people you cannot approach
without feeling the radiating warmth
of sympathy ami kindness. Fill the
henrt so full of love that It can be felt
by all who come near you.
"rape's Diapepsin" settles sour,
gassy stomachs in five
minutes Time it!
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach Is bad or an uncertain
one or a harmful one your stomach
Is too valuable; you mustn't Injuro it
Papo's Diapepsin is noted for Its
speed In giving relief; Its harmless
ncss; it's oertaln unfailing action In
regulating Bick, sour, gassy stomachs.
Its millions of cures in indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
troublo has made It famous tho world
Keep this perfect stomach doctor in
your homo keep It handy get a largo
flfty-cent case from any dealer and
then If anyone should eat something
which doesn't agreo with them; If
what they cat lays llko lead, ferments
and sours nnd forms gas; causes head
ache, dizziness nnd nausea; eructa
tions of acid and undigested food
remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin
comes In contact with the stomach all
such distress vanishes. Us prompt
ness, certainty and ease in overcoming
tho worst Btomach disorders is a reve
lation to those who try it. Adv.
Of Course Not!
The Kev. Shyblrd I had such a cu
rious dream last night. I dreamt I
was In the Garden of Eden.
Miss Kensington Oh, how odd!
And did Eve appear as she Is general
The Rev. Shyhlrd I I er I didn't
look. London Sketch.
Look out it's
ET B s.
.MY77JV IH ITTIIi
The old family remedy -In tablet
t orm-6af e, sure, cosy to lake. No
opiates no unpleasant after-effects.
Cures colds in 24 hours-Grip In 3
days. Money bock If it foils. Get
the genulno box, with Ited 'lop und
Mr. Hill's picture on It 25 cents.
At Any Drug Storo
Aches In Btomach, Hack. Side or Stiuuldem Lifer
Trouble!. titntoacb Misery. Djtpepnla, Colic. Uaa,
Htllouineu.lleaduclie.UonMlpallun, IMIes, Catarrh,
Norroneneas, lilims, Jaundice, Appendicitis. These
are common Uallstonesrniptoms-OANUHUUHUII.
Bend for borne treatment. onl '' rnrr
Unt, fuuutk, (111 TiviUh u indltltU. E,C
albtoM C., D. W-t, 11 . UtuUra ,,
United States Settlers Becoming
Rich on Western Canada
Tho law nuiiiliiT of I'lilti'il States
wt tiers coming to J hi WU'in prov
Inei'S of I'linmhi im easily diiliud
by thi' niM of Mr. I.nry. Into of
Wisconsin anil luti'r of AIIktiii.
Mr. I.itey mint to Cnniiilit from Wis
consin In the summer of 1!U I with
.S1.500 available- casli In his poelon.
Ik rented a liulf-scctlon of partly Im
proved laud In Albertit and commenced
summer fallowing, lie liroke !HH) ncres
with oats, 10 with barley, anil '-'till with
wheat. Also lie had two cows and -0
head of young live stock. He was for
tunate In buying feed at a bargain and
managed to rent the adjoining quarter
section as pasture.
A few weeks ago he decided to real
ize his profits and they amounted to
SO.OOO absolutely clear from the crop
and the stock.
W. J. Wlnsleail, of llrooks, Alberta,
"I lauded In lirooks, March lth.
1!)1G. with one car of household effects,
and nine head of good horses, and less
than .$.()() In cash. I have put Sl.r.00
worth of Improvements on my farm. I
have .'11 head of cattle, V head of
horses, debts all paid, a new automo
bile, and a good, stiff bank account.
At present prices, I can cash In for
?10,000. I am well satisfied, and ex
pect to double this next year.
I have threshed altogether 7,000
bushels of No. 1 Northern wheat from
two hundred acres, which went from
lit to r0 bushels per acre.
Seven thousand bushels of wheat, all
No. 1 Northern, two thousand bushels j
of oats, 070 bushels of flux, 700 bush
els of barley all at market prices
well, figure this out for yourself at the'
market price. I sold .1,100 bushels of
wheat at $1.71. am holding the re
mainder for $2.00. Also all the oats,
barley und ilax for higher prices."
Intelligent farming pays always ac
cording to Alex. Wattle, n prosperous
farmer. Some figures to prove his con
tention that he has "made good."
In 1014 Mr. Wattle threshed -10 bush
els to the acre from u KO-ncrc crop.
This sold for Sl.OOy. per bushel, which,
after deducting seed, labor, twine,
threshing and freight, left a clear profit
of $."0 per acre, or n total of $1,300.
From last year's crop of n l acres, just
sold, he received after freight had been
deducted, $1.870.01. Advertisement.
Not Far Wrong.
"Vots mi nutycrat, Chlminle?"
"It's u guy wot owns an automo
bile." YES! MAGICALLY!
CORNS LIFT OUT
You say to the drug store man,
"Give me n small bottle of freezonc."
This will cost very little but will
positively remove every hard or soft
corn or callus from one's feet.
A few drops of this new ether com
pound applied directly upon a tender,
aching corn relieves the soreness in
stnntly, and soon tho entire corn or
ciUlus, root and all, dries up and can
be lifted off with the fingers.
This new way to rid one's feet of
corns was Introduced by a Cincinnati
man, who says that freezonc dries In
a moment, nnd simply shrivels up the
corn or callus without Irritating the
If your druggist hasn't any freezone
tell him to order a small bottle from
his wholesale drug house for you. adv.
"What we need In these ages Is to
kindle the fires of romance."
"How about using love matches?"
64- YEARS YOUNG!
P. Ilenton, Kerrvllle, Texas,
"For several years prior to
1000 I suffered from kidney nnd rheu
matic troubles. Was bent over and
lorceu to use a
cane. For these
disorders I am
glad to say I used
Pills, which proved
to bo the proper
remedy. I am 01
years young, feel
11 n o u n d once
again stand ns
an arrow. Dodd's Kid
ney Pills deserve great credit." Get a
fiOe box nt your dealer's to-day.
A generous free trial box will bit
mailed If you send the coupon.
IMIHimH N HtMIMHItUIMlltHIIIIHIIHUII(tllltlt l'MnultMiniMWIHIIIIIM-lltf IMU1
DoiliVii Mcillclno Co., niiffalo,
X. V. Henrt mo a big Kreo trial box
of Uortil'a Kidney Pills.
About the only wuy u man can fool
a woman Is to make her believe she's
fooling htm when she's not.
OM THE CANADIAN
VARIED AND flANV
Ch.inQfo SiiCCted In New Election
Laws of State.
(Mntmes In tli" prim u y and general
eiiitioti laws of the state are likely to
be many and tried In this session,
at least they will be if IiIIIb now in
go through in their present shape.
The most radical change Is in the
primary law. As suggested by Hon
tesentatlve Conley of Jeffeison county
the state conumttons will bo given
tho power of nominating all electlvo
stato officers below tho governorship
Even the railway coiuiiiIehIoii candi
dates will be so chosen.
Delegates to tho btato gathering will
bo chosen at county nominating elec
tions, the same primaries at which
county oltteers are to ho nominated
by the various parties. Thin, accord
lug to Mr. C'onley, will give the peoplo
a chance to speak their minds through
cnroftill chosen delegates.
National Guard Budget
(leneral Hall believes that upward
of $lt-'f.000 will be necessary to nm '
the state national guard during tho
coming two years That Is an Increaiu ,
of 560,000, made necessary because ef (
a number of changes in the guard, ;
not the least of which is its increase,
to a peace footing, or several notcheJ
higher than It was Julie liO, when It
was called Into federal service
Two j ears ai;o the guard obtained
SliS.OOO. after the house had made an
offort, in the face of tho lOurope.tn war I
nnd constantly darkening i loads on
tho United States foreign relations
horizon, to reduce the amount to
about half that size. The senate an veil
the day, and a house conference com
mittee later recommended the in
crease, and it was adopted.
State Nurccs Attack the Dill
Members of the State Nurses' asso
ciation are up in arms over tho Intro
duction of lloueo Itoll No. Ii30, by
Representative Dr. Keneker of Rich
ardson, cutting dovn the standard of
qualilieatlnns neccijs.iry for registry
by a nurse in Nebraska. Tho presont
law provides that a graduate nurse
mist have had at least ono year's hlgu
school education; three years of active
training In a hospital, and must have,
taken a state board examination. Ken
ckcr'a proposed law, which has ill
leady had a reading, provides only for
six months' training in a hospital and
two and one-half years' practical ex
perience before taking a state exami
nation for registered nurses.
To Put Catfish In Game Class.
Nebraska's standard llsh tho cat
will bo promoted to the game class
with tho trout and the bnss, and will
havo the mnntle of tho law thrown
about it for its protection, if Game
Warden Kostor has his way. The
catfish Is now In the catagory with
the carp, smiawflsh and buffalo, In
tho catching of which tho law does
not interfere. Warden Kostcr says
the cat Is one of the best eating
fishes and should not bo ono caught
and sold for general purposes. Ills
proposed change In tho lnw has been
Introduced in tho senato by Adams of
Dawes and in the houso by Anderson
New Course at University
A new course, "Psychology und Effi
ciency," lias been added to tho curric
ulum of tho University of Nebraska.
This courso is designed to aid studonts
who are to take up law, the ministry,
medicine, Journalism, snclnl sorvlco
and other professions. The psychol
ogy of buying and selling and methods
of estimating the efficiency of Indi
vidual workmen nlso will be consid
ered In tho Instruction.
Blue Sky Exemption
Representative Ollis has a bill to
exempt farmers' cooperative associa
tions from the blue sky law. Under
this law, they are compelled to pay
tho railway commission a $15 fee nnd
moot tho requirements of tho law,
among which is a proviso that share.!
of stock shall bo for $100 ench. These
associations desire to issue stock In
denominations of $10, $25 nnd $50.
Seek New Committee.
Lenders in tho drugleas healing pro
fessions havo asked the legislature to
appoint a new standing commltteo to
consider their claims. They declare
that laymen, nnd not medical doctors,
should consider tlvolr claims, and be
Hove that such a committee as they
suggest would be the beginning of a
campaign for medical freedom.
BiiBlnoss In tho office of Secrotitry
of State Pool during January brought
receipts of $5,220.01 as against $3,
015.11 for tho same month last year
or a not Increaso of $2,205.80, Of
this sum $4,020 was received for
filing articles of Incorporation, fore
casting a year of business nccolor
atlon. The automobile department
has Issued 88.3D3 automobile num
bers for 1017, of which 12,550 ywero
for now numbers. Tho 75,850 wore
renowals on 1910 cars, In tho motor
cycle department 1,472 numbers wore
To Amend Compensation Law.
Workmen's compensation law en
forcement la removed from Labor
Commissioner Gcorgo Norman nnd
plncod in the hnnds of a "compensa
tion commissioner" to bo appointed by
tho governor, In S F. 220, Introduced
In tho nennto by Senator Deal, of Cus
ter. Tho law radically nmends tho pres
ent compensation law, making tho
commissioner tho arbiter of HCttlo
mont disputes subject only to appeal
to the district court within Are dayi.
(tty V. O sni.U'US. Aning Plrector of
the I'miility School I'eurs In I e Moody
H I ', lii.tll'!n of Clii n!n i
If' pj itkhi. IJIJ.Wiil in s pnpor ftilott I
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 11
THE WOMAN OF SA
MARIA. U:SSON TKXT-John 4 5-H, 24, 20.
I ODl.OHN Ti:.'T ClirlHt .lisiis cnnift In-
to the woild I" Mivo alm.ciH -I Tim. 1:111.
' Thi Is a lesson of one of the way
1 tiiin miiiiuti'iiw nf .li-siis. it occurred
Incidentally while lie was oiylils way J
i to his great preaciiing anil leaciuug ci
perleiice ut (ialllee. It was a by-product
of his very busy life, yet it is one of
' the most famous Interviews and one of
the best examples of how to do per-
, MUial work thai Is found In the scrip
tures. The larger part or the tirst year
of Christ's ministry was spent In .In
ilea, .lestis did not baptize, but his
dNclples did, doubtless for the same
reason, though in a less degree, than
why Paul refused to baptize converts
(I Cor. l:i:i-lti). All but one of the
disciples of Jesus were tlallleans and
.lesus spent about u year and nine
months of his ministry In that place.
I. Jesus Rested (vv. -10). To reach
Cialllee from .liidea Jesus "must needs
go through Samaria," not that there
were not other ways Unit he might
have traveled, but rather that it was
worth while to go out of his way in
order to bring the water of life to this
needful woman. Jacob's well was ut
a parting of the roadway near to the
city of Sychar. Few places in the land
save Jerusalem had so much Hlble his
tory connected with them (On. l-:0;
Joshua 8::i:; Acts 7:10; I Kings, 12:1,
etc.). The well was originally nhotit
100 feet deep nnd 7,,i feet In diameter,
but It has been filled up with accumu
lations of rubbish so it is now only
about 75 feet deep. Christ was wearied
lit his work, but not of it, and "sat
thus" (by) tliu well; literally, on the '
low wall built around it. The sixth
hour wns probably about midday
There is comfort In consideration of
tho fact that as a inuu Jesus was will
ing to meet this woman of bad charac
ter. II. Jesus Holds Conversation (vv. 7-
14). Notlco tho gentle way In which
Jesus speaks, nnd that ho began on tho
ground of their common need. Ho
nsks this needed favor that he might
confer n greater one, Ignoring the pre
judice which existed against the Sa
mnrltans. Water wns the thing upper
most in tho woman's mind. She did not
grant his simple request, nnd her reply
Indicated that racial differences were
n very renl barrier. They hinder our
work even yet. The surprise, perhaps
plensure, thut u Jew should ask a favor
of her seems to have greatly Impressed
the womnn, nnd aroused her curiosity.
In verso 10 Jesus tells tho woman that
thero nro two things she npist needs
know: (1) the wondrous gift of God,
that is tho Holy Spirit (Luke 11:13;
Acts 2 :23-38) ; (2) the wonderful man
who had asked of her "Give me to
drink." Und she known these things
she would have nsked him for the llv-
i luff wnter.
All that was needful was
simply to ask. The Holy Spirit Is tho
living witter (John 0:03). The womnn
does not seem to hnvo comprehended
what Jesus was trying to tench, yet ho
wns patient, and won her ns a convert.
Ho told her thnt everyone who enmo
to that well would thirst again (v. 13).
Tho world's fountains do not satisfy,
fountains of wealth, fame, pleasure or
carnal gratification, or even learning.
Ho then tells her of the living water
(v. 14)) of which the drinker should
never thirst, that It would satisfy who
soever drinks, nnd wns to bo everlast
ing (John 7:37-30). The one who re
ceives tho Holy Spirit within has a
perennial, eternal spring of life, Joy
nnd satisfaction springing up within
him. Ileforo tho womnn received tho
wnter of which ho wns speaking thero
hod to come a conviction of sin (vv.
10-10) ; hence his remark, "Go call thy
husband." This was n sharp thrust
Into her life and heart. She tried to
parry the thrust with u technical ques
tion, yet ho comes back with u great
revelntlon of the nnturo of God nnd tho
worship which God accepts, revealing
his Messlnhshlp (vv. 15-20). As Is Indi
cated, sho does not seem to have com
prehended tho nnturo of t,ho request
i which Jesus had made (v. 15) ; there
fore he began this searching of her llfo
In order to preparo her to receive tho
wnter of llfo which ho wanted to be
stow. This knowiedgo of her secret
llfo by n perfect stranger who hnd
never even seen her beforo wns an evl-
, denco to tho womnn of spiritual en
dowment: "Sir I perceive that thou
art n prophet." She then entered upon
a theological argument (v. 20) which
Jesus unswercd very simply, saying
that the worship of tho Fnther Is not
to bo restricted by Umo or place (v. 21).
At this point the disciples return und
tho woman goes into tho vllloge.
Jesus, lifting up his eyes to the citi
zens who were coming out nt her Invi
tation, exclaims, "Lift up your eyes
nnd look on the fields, for they uru
whlto already to harvest," thereby em
phasizing still further tho "personal
evangelism" thought which Is upper-
, most in this lesson.
Sho thirsted (v. 14), she received
1 (w. 25, 20), she beenmo a spring (w.
28-20) which supplied others (v. HO).
Tho wnter of llfo fully satisfies, and
It la a spring (v. 10) ; It continually
"Tho kidnr-VH nlav a most important
part in cnupmg prrmnttirc old ago and
death the more injurious tho poisons
pawing thru the kidneys the sooner
comes decay" so pays n distinguished
physinan, who further advif-es all peoplo
who are past thirty lo preserve the vitality
of the kidneys and free the blond from
poisonous elements, such as uric acid
drink plenty of water sweat some daily
and take Amine before mcah.
This Anuric is put up in tablet,
form, and can be obtained at almost,
any drug store. Tor that backache,
lumbago, thcuiimtism, "tuMy" joints,
swollen feet or hands, due to uric acid
in the blood, Anuric (prickly dissolves
the tirio arid ns hot water docs Migar.
Discovered by Dr. Pierre of PulTnlo, N. Y.
Prevent premature old age by simply
sipping a cup of hot water every morning
before breakfast, taking a little Anuric
before meals and live lo be a hundred.
Not on Record,
lie- re wheal dikes health,?
Me I never liriinl one i omplnm
being sh , Record
THICK, GLOSSY HI
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Beautify Your Halrl Make
Soft, Fluffy nnd Luxuriant Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try as joii will, after an application
of Danderliie. you cannot Hud a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair alul
your scalp will not Itch, but what will
please ou most, will be after a few i
weeks' use. when you see new hair, J
line nnd downy at llrst yes but real-
ly new hair growing all over the ,
A Utile Diindeiine Immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. No differ- i
ence how dull, faded, brittle and '
scraggy. Jusl moisten u cloth with
Itaiiderlne and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking one small
slrand at a time. The effect Is Im
mediate ami umii'.lug -your hair will
be light, Huffy and waxy, anil have an
appearance of abundance; an Incom
parable luster, softness mid luxuri
ance, the beauty and shimmer of true
Get a 'J." cent bottle of Knowlton's
Dandeiine from any store and prove '
that your hair Is ns pretty and soft
as any that It has been neglected or
Injured by careless treatment Hint's
Doing His Share.
"Are you doing anything for
preservation of our antiquities?"
'You bet I am. 1 soil cosmetics."
To keen clean nnd healthy take Dr.
Pieice't 1'le.ihiiut lVllctn. They rcgulnte
her, bowelH nnd btoinaeh. Adv.
Will the Miiokc Inspector please ex
plain why so much of the soft coal
soot settles on the white-haired dog?
The Quinine That Does Not
Cause Nervousness or
Because of its Tonic and Laxative effect, LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE can be taken by anyone without causing nervousness
or ringing in the head. It removes the cause of Colds, Grip and
Headache. Used whenever Quinine is needed.
but remember there is Only One
"Bromo Quinine" .
That Is the Original
Laxative Bromo Quinine
Raise High Priced Wheat
on Fertile Canadian Soil
Saskatchewan and Alberta. This year wheat it higher but
Canadian land juit n cheap, so the opportunity is more at
tractive than ever. Canada wants you to help feed the world
by tilling some of her fertile soil land similar to that which
during many years has averaged 20 to 45 bushels of wheat
to the acre. Think of the money you can make with wheat
around $2 a bushel and land so easy to get. Wonderful
Tliu Rui-flen In Hull'
right kind of a gardfo, And you tan'l
Hart with Iowa grown wcdi are the but in the woild and are the kiad lor you
lo plant, and Field's ia the placa to act them.
Write For Garden and Seed Book and Seed Sense, Free
Our SetdaBook IcUa you the real truth about the teedt and giyca you common
koh inttructiom about latdrnuig. And Serd Scum it the daadiett little gtrden
parer you erei taw. We tend jl free lo our cuttomeri Get thrte booki, and rain
a. hdo o.iyt.n mnA fiMt iti "l-liffli (ntt nl Uvina. ' u will ind ttim ttra.
HENRY FIELD SEED CO .
Tim Rnn.r.cTioNs op a married
WOMAN nro not pleasant
If sho Is delicate, run-down,
nr over worked. Sho fcola
"played out." Tier smllo
and her good spirits havo
taken lllL'ht. If. worrlrm
her husband as well as
V ThH to tho Umo
vsw v- I'lii'i up "cr
i K Btrcngth and
K Vi. euro thosrj
I'- . or immciiM
which are 'v"-,tho sent of hnr
trouble. Dr. Piorco's Favorite Prescrip
tion n tfiilatesnnd promotes all the. proper
fnnclloiis of womanhood, enriches tho
blood, dispels aches and pains, melan
choly anil ncruuisnoss, brings refresh
ing si 'cp, and rcMo-..! health and
Kirength. It. cures tho o disorders and
derangements lucldnnt to womanhood.
A well-known agent which can bn
procured at all drua stores Is "Pleasnnt
Pellets," inside up of tip May-apple, thn
dried Juice of the leaves of aloes and tho
root of Jalap. First put out by Dr. Plerco
nearly llfly ye in ago. - Adv.
"I)t' (inr em) i I tver 11. IWuJJtf Wi!
Iiirii- Uhtfe Jul jouk'I il'"
"Miiuh Kly." mil the tiner ol the gooi.
with dijnil)'. "lirn )ou rtcich special good urmon
I nctcr an ymi "litre ou got it. Sctmi to me dit't
a triv'al nutttf jniy."
II anybody asks how you got nervous J
Indigestion, constipation or dyspepsia
you couldn't tell, but If you want to
get rid of all such painful disorder
will net promptly In the relief of nil
stomach nnd bowel troubles, nndyour
freedom from pain and discomfort
will make you feci that life Is again
worth living. 25c and 75c at drug
gists and dealers. 51 years of success.
V-lJ' AI.WAVR II5IK
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
U. S. Government Buys It
SOLD EVERYWHERE 23c and $1.00
I no rr.oro necery
thin Smallpox, Aimy
experience hai demonftritnl'
thn almost miraculoul effi
cacy, and lisrmteMnetl, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Ue vaccinated NOW by ynur physician, you and
your family. It li more fltal tlian home Insurance.
Aik your physician, dnieBtst or lend for Hare.
you had Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccine,
i eaulla from uie, and dancer from Typhoid Ctrilert.
Produelng Vacrlnra and Serumi undr U. S. Uotnia
Thi Cuttir Laboratory, Dirxelty, Cal Chicago, IIL
A to I lot rrepfcratfon of tufrtt.
li pip m enwicatn o una run.
Bauty toGrny or Faded Hair J
wo. ana vi w ai I'ruciriiia.
Wntaon R. Col i man,
I). C AdTlcn and book (rea.
Itaten reiitoiinblo. Illgboatrotnrencoa. Uostaenlcea.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 6--1917.
on Every Box
Umetl thm World Orw la
In Onm Dmy. 0
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Canada extends to you a hearty invita
tion to settle on her FREE Homestead
lands of 160 acres each or secure some
of the low priced lands in Manitoba.
yields also Of Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
in Western Canada is as profitable an industry as
The Government this year h risking farmers to put in
creased acreage Into nraln. Military service is net com
pulsory In Canada but there is a great demand for fann
labor to replace the many younK men who have volun.
tecrcd fo r service. The climate is healthful and agreeable,
railway facilities excellent, good schools and churches
convenient. Write for literature as to reduced railway
rates to Supt. of Immigration, Ottawa, Can., or to
W. V. BENNETT
Room 4, Dee Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Canadian Government Agent
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BOX 103. SHENANDOAH. IOWA A5!
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