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1ED OLOUD, NXBRAIKA, OHIXF
Should ReadMr3.Monyhan's i
Letter Published by I
Mltcnoll , Ind.-" Lydia E. PJnkhnm'fl
vegetable Compound helped me so much
aunng tno time I
to tho cominR of my
littloono that I am
rccommendinR It to
I suffered with nuu.
ralpia so badly that
I thought I could
not live, but after
taking three bottle3
lof LvdiaE. Pink-
Compound I was en
tirely relieved of
inouralgin, 1 hnd
gained In strength
and was able to go
around and do all
my housework. My baby when seven
months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel
botter than I have for a long time. 1
nover had any medicine do mo so
much good. "Mrs. Peaul Monyhan,
Good health during maternity Is a
most important factor to both mother
and child, and many letters havo been
received by tho Lydia E. Finkhum
Mcdicino Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of
health restoreddunngthis trying period
by tho uso of Lydia li PinkbunrB Vego
Patience and Kindness
"The tricks (lint mini taught his lit
tle loj required n Kreut den I of pa
tience mid kindness."
"Unquestionably," answered Mlsa
Cayenne. "I can't tuidcrstniiil what
kept tlm little tins from lilting him."
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HEAD STUFFED FROM
$ CATARRH OR COLD
3. Says Cream Applied in Nostrilt 1,
jj Opens Air Passages Right Up. f
Instant relief no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clenr and you
can breathe freely. No more liinvklny,
snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for brenth at night ,
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your dmggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream In your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
the head, soothes the Inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's Just fine. Don't stay stulTcd-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adv.
Nobody to Hear.
"I suppose, If I tried to kiss you, you
"Of course I would. But I'm suf
fering from n very weak throat."
There h only one medicine that really
standn out pre-eminent ns a medicine for
curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest for the reason that it has proven
to be just the remedy needed in thousands
upon thourands of clistresf-ing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be
cause its mild and immediate effect is soon
realized in most cases. It is a gentle,
healing vegetable compound. '
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi
"jn and large.
However, if you wish to test this great
preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer
&, Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
bottle. When writing be sure and men
tion this paper. Adv.
Cirrus clouds have been recorded
more than seventeen miles above the
surface of tho earth.
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half p'nt of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum,
a small box of Barbo Compound, and
oz. of glycerine. Any druggist can put this
up or you can mix it at home at very lit
tle cost. Full directions for making and
use come in each box of Barbo Compound.
It will gradually darken 6treaked, faded
gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. It
will not color the scalp, is not sticky or
greasy, and does not rub oil. Adr.
Perpetual motion poems to be a suc
cess as n perpetual failure.
Don't wait until your
cold develops Spanish
Influenza or pneumonia
Kill it quick.
Standard cold remedy for 20 year In tablet
form safe, sure, no opiate breaks up a cold
In 24 hour relieve grip In 3 day. Money
back 1 f It falls. The genuine box lias a Red top
with Mr. Hill's picture. At AU Drug Stores.
Soothe the irritation nnd you relieve the
distress. Do both quickly- and effectively
by using promptly a dependable remedy
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Above till things one's millinery
must he kept frcli looking and im
maculately clean. There are ninny
millinery materials that are always
In style, as velvet and velvet ribbons,
well-made flower., laces, ribbons,
ntruw hats, crepe, and chiffons. They
become soiled and mussed, but run be
cleaned nnd freshened up by simple
processes available at home. Now that
spring Is near, n becoming straw lint
iufiy only need repollshlng, or to have
the trimmings freshened up, to serve
during1 the enrly spring and ns u
change throughout the season.
Tor colored utraw hats there are
dyes which are usually on sale In drug
stores, ready to apply, which will re
store tho color of tho-straw or change
It to nnothcr color. There are several
reliable dyes that will change colored
hnts Into black ones. Most of these
dyes glvo the hat n fine luster nnd it
looks practically now, after dyeing.
Often a faded hat enn be successfully
restored to color by applying tho col
ors mixed with gasoline, as described
In a former article. Some hats can he
scoured with soapsuds, as leghorn or
Ptinnma strnws. In this case the suds
Is used, but with a view to keeping
the straw from getting very wet. To
restoro n natural straw color, a hat
may bo cleaned with lemon juice and
sulphur. A white straw may be washed
with oxalic ncld diluted with water.
After a leghorn hat has been cleaned
It may bo bleached by suspending it
over n burning sulphur candle. Burn
the sulphur in the bottom of a barrel,
suspending the hat at the top so that
It will not scorch. A felt hnt may be
successfully scoured with the finest
sandpaper. Ammonia will often re
store color In colored straw hats.
Wring a cloth out of half a pint of hot
water to which u tenspoonful of am
monia has been added and cover the
hat with this cloth. Allow it to re
Capes In grcnt force Btand ready to
answer tho demand for spring wraps,
having gradually' and surely Ingratiat
ed themselves Into the likings of fash
lonablo women. Nothing demon
strates better the Inexhaustible genius
of designers than tho constantly vary
ing Interpretations of the capo which
make It, Just now, tho most Interesting
of wraps. It Is shown In unending va
riety. Capes are long or short, as you will,
but mostly long. They are alwnys full
and naturally loose. But In many new
models the looseness disappears be
low tho knees being restrained by
means of cutting or by confining It
In a hem that is rather tight about
tho figure. Among new capes for
spring ure long and short capes of
taffeta with collars very ample and
cozy looking, of Bwenter-wcuvo silks
or wool materials, and linings tbnt
lend them warmth. Navy silk with
beige-colored linings and collars Is
tho favorito combination. Duvetyn
capes, In navy and marine blues, in
brown, henna nnd tomato red, convince
ono that no other fabric could show
these colors to such advantage. Ono
of the simpler capes In marine blue
duvetyn is shown In tho accompanying
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main a while. If the brim needs press
ing, cover It with the cloth and Iron
with a winn Iron. If the color la not
sulllrlcntly restored by this process
mix tube paint nnd gasoline and dip
the hut in It, or brush it on. There aro
several reliable hut tl.ww that can bo
bought with directions for using that
will quickly renovate straw hats.
To Freshen Flowers.
Mix tube paint and gasoline with
the color desired and dip faded
tlowcrs Into this dye. Petals may be
shaded and veined with tuba pnlnts.
Flowers that urc crumpled should bo
held over dry steum and gently shaken.
When they hnve been stenmed and
tinted take smnll, sharp scissors and
trim away any frajed edges. One can
often ninke (lowers look as good us
new "by these processes.
Jet Buckles, White Shoes.
White buckskin shoes shown for tho
South show Jet buckles of various
eorts. Usually they are very effec
tive. One method of mounting the
buckle Is to place it on a foundation
composed of closely plaited black rib
bon, which extends Just far enough to
give the buckle u little bncklng. Some
times, too, white satin evening slippers
show Jet buckles, or smnll Jet buttons
fastened flnt against the tongue sec
tion or the edge of the shoe as It
slopes up to the Instep.
To Wh Chamois Skin.
To wash chamois skin put It through
warm soapsuds, rinse- In several warm
waters, draw It through the hand to
squeeze the water out and hang up to
dry. Pull while drying, if you would
havo It smooth.
A nice damask table cloth that has
become worn In spots will mnke over
and Full of Style
Illustration. It Is n practical and
graceful garment pnrt capo and part
cloak since It has sleeves. The body of
It hangs from a small yoke and It con
trives to hnng In at tho sides whero
It slopes toward the hem In tho ap
proved way. As n change from coats,
and because It Is more picturesque nnd
becoming, the cape for spring deserves
attention. In duvetyn, cinnamon
brown, henna nnd tomato red they nro
dellclously soft and rich looking and
velours ought to bo us good n vehlclo
for theso colors thnt innko wraps of
so much distinction.
Capes mo lined with crepe-de-eh!no
to match In color or with checked or
cross-bnr silks; large checks, In quiet
tones, being everywhere present In dis
plays of now spring apparel.
The cape, puro nnd simple, Is to bo
found, but tho enpe which borrows
something of tho coat or Is posed on
n Jacket and Is In reality n combining
of two wraps Into ono Is oftcner In evi
dence. Nearly nil of theso wraps havo
cozy and nmplo collars. They are suc
cessful vraps from every point of
view, comfortable and full of style.
LAND IN DEMAND
Opportunities of Western Canada
Fertile Soil on Which Can De Pro
duced Record Crops Offered to Set
tlers at Prices Attractive to
In the early mouths of 1011) thero
vn s demand for farm lands In West
'in ''aiinda, tho greatest that has ever
!''' ti in the history of the country.
Tli .. despite the fact that farm lands
hn. Increased In price, as the value
of i in. fnnii product has Increased and
thi lilllty and productive value of
W-M.in Canada fnrin lands have come
mi'" and mure Into evidence. .'nrm
It":, ihcie Is no longer an experiment.
(In. .1 crops can lie grown In all locall-II-
some probably a little more fa
Voi ilde than others, but on the whole
H -""'I -mote than good genet al av
t'riie .tui( elsewhere on the contl
in in is used for the developing of one
huiiilieil and twenty dollar steers,
tlm i. -live dollar hogs, two dollar and
twenty cent wheat and eighty-live
cent outs, and Its price Is anywhere
from one hundred ami llfty to three
hundred dollars an acre. Western
Canada land sells at from twenty to
foit. dollars an acre, and the farmer
cultiMitlng It getit one hundred and
twenty-live dollars for his steer, thirty
fle dollars for his hog, two dollars
nnd twenty cents for his wheat, and
elgliiy-llve cents for his oats. And he
can grow corn, too, but Western Can
ada Is saying no more about It than
Nonli Dakota did fifteen years ago,
when It was an experiment there, and
see what North Dakota Is doing to
dn.. The prediction Is that In less
than a decade corn will be grown sue
cessiuily in ni j,nr(s f Western Can
ada It Is, therefore, easy to account
for the Increased demand for West
ern Canada lands. The war Is ended,
ami the food that the American nnd
Canadian farmer sent across to tho
soldier, holding up his strength and
niiHiilnlnltig his vitality, won the war.
No' It was Just-a factor In winning
It, as was the soldier of Italy, of
Trance, of Belgium, of Orent Britain,
of Canada and of the United States.
An Important factor, nevertheless.
People generally have begun to real
lye what food means, means to every
hot y nnd It Is grown on the 'farm.
So people today want farm lands, nnd
thej want those thnt are good. Tho
R.Hiit, wide, open stretches of wonder
fully productive soil of Western Can
iirtr aro the chief attraction of tho
land seekers of today, and It will bo
so tomorrow, and of all days, until
these vacant Inviting ncres are brought
Into fruition by tho hand of man nnd
the multiplied effort of steam and gas
oline power, to the Influence and op
eration of which these lands present
such n splendid opportunity.
The pulse of today's desire to secure
farm Innds may bo seen to beat In tho
cf.iumns of tho local newspaper, re
cording sales of many tracts of lands,
ranging from 1G0 to l,i!00 acres. A
ltcglnn (Sask.) paper says, "In farm
lauds thero is so brisk a business be
ing done that It might bo considered
a boom." Another pnper reports the
sale of a section of raw prairie seven
miles east of Iteglna for $X an acre,
and 200 ncres at $.r0 an acre. One
real-estate firm handled In three
weeks' time over 3,500 ncres of fnrm
lands, the turnover being upwnrd of
?100,000. An Improved farm near Be
gum changed hands at $17 an acre.
Toi the first time In tho history of
tho Moosejaw district farm Innd has
leen sold for $100 an acre, when J. S.
Cameron of Victoria, It. C, sold half
a section, known as the Lett farm, to
John Logan. The farm was bought a
year ago for $85 an acro.aud Is locat
ed three miles from tho city. It is
highly Improved nnd has fine build
ings." An extract from n locnl paper says:
"The movement of farm lands Is open
ing up well this senson and thero Is
every Indication that a largo area of
pralrlo property will bo turned over
during the mouths Intervening before
"Tho price received for fnrm lands
In each Instance Is considered as good,
particularly for unimproved raw prai
rie, and shows a considerable Improve
ment on prices for similar properties
sold during tho years of tho war."
"Is Jones of dry tendencies?"
"Well, he's on tho water wagon."
Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashea,
That Itch nnd burn with hot bntha
of Cutlcura Soap followed by gcntlo
anointings of Cutlcura Ointment.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially If n little of tho fragrant Cutl
cura Talcum is dusted on at tho flu
lsh. 25c each everywhere. Adv.
Sin Is us rust on n polished blade
you may rub It off, but It's hard to re
inovo tho spots.
If you uso Bed Cross Ball Bluo n
your laundry, you will not bo troubled
by those tiny rust spots, often caused
by Inferior bluing. Try It und see.
Never marry n mlrl named Ann;
An's nn Indellnlto nrtlcle.
'' . - A Wholesome, Cleansing,
1 fill I Uelrcsblng and Henlln'
" vii Lolltn Murine for Red
M7 - ness, Soreness, Granula
rJ vv;,of the Eyes or Eyelids;
"2 props" After the Movie. Motoring or Goli
will win your confidence. Ask Your Drugs 11
it Murine whm your Eyes Need Core. M-U
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I jLCOHOL-a run cent. ,
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
For Colds, Grippe, Influenzal Colds
No Discomfort t No Head-buzzing! No Distress!
Millions of people take "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" as the
best means to prevent as well as to overcome Colds, Grippe
and Influenzal Colds being far more efficient than quinine.
Besides relief comes without discomfort or distress.
."The Master of Colds" Dependable!
Adults Take one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" with
water. If necessary, repeat dose three times a day, after meals.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Buy only the original "Bayer packages." Owned by
Look for the safety "Bayer Cross" always. Americans
20 cent package 'also larger packages. Entirely.
Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidctter of Sallcylicacid.
Grow Wheat in Western Canada
One Crop Often Pays for the Land i
Western Canada offers the greatest advantages to home seekers.
Large profits are assured. You can buy on easy payment term.
Fertile Land at $15 to
land similar to that which throush many
hn dhpla nf wheat to the acre. Hundreds
Canada a sjlnuie crop naa pniu me coat 01 inna nnu production, i ne oovern
f .lA Tlnn.1 lra ..J UrAuln... A. U.nllnk C2la.MliAf.. .Mil AIKaf.'. uianA
IIICIHV Ul Ilia ayuuimiuu WIU iiuumo u iitaiiuuuai mu..u.ncnui uiu (uuuia T.u
the farmer to prosper, ana cxienu every
Grain Growing and Stock Raising.;
ThouRhWestcrn Canadaoffera land att uch low figures, the luun
prlcea of Brain, cattle, abcep nnd liosa will remain.
Loans for the nurchase of stock may be had at low interest:
thero are Rood shipping facilities; best of markets; free schools;
churches; splendid climate; low taxation (none on improvements).
For particular astobvttloa of limit for !, maps. Illiut rated literature.
reduced railway rates, etc., apply to ttupt. of Immigration, Ottawa, Can,, or
W. V. BENNETT, Room 4, Bee Building, OMAHA, NEB.
Why Not Buy the Best?
Advo Gold Medal Coffee
The Supreme Quality
For Infanta and Childron.
Mothers Know That
Bears tho $
Signature J( . r
tm esMTsuw OMmwv. wuktowwcitt.
$30 per Acre-
veira has avcrased from 20 to 45
of cases nre on record where In Western
possmie encourauement anu ucip to
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