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ON THE FARM
BPLENDID RESULTS FOLLOW
FARMING IN THE CANADIAN
Americans In Canada Not Asked to
Forget That They Were Born
Farm produce today Is remunera
tive , and this helps to inako farm life
agreeable. Those who are studying
the'economics of the day tell us that
the strength of the nation lies In Iho
cultivation of the soil. Farming Is no
longer a hand-to-mouth existence. It
means Independence , often afllucnce ,
but certainly Independence.
Calling at a farm house , near one of
the numerous thriving towns of Al
berta , In Western Canada , the writer
was given a definition of "Indepen
dence" that was accepted as quite
original. The broad acres of the farm
er's land had a crop and a splendid
one , too , by the way ripening for the
reapers' work. The evenness of the
crop , covering field after Held , attract
ed attention , as did also the neatness
of the surroundings , the well-built sub
stantial - house and
e-tory-and-a-half log ,
the well-rounded sides of the cattle.
His broken English he was a French
Canadian was easily understandable
und pleasant to listen to. He had
come thcro from Montreal a year ago ,
had paid $20 an aero for the 320-acro
farm , with the little Improvement It
had. Ho had never farmed before , yet
his crop was excellent , giving evi
dence as to the quality ot the soil , and
iho freed ludcment that had been used
In Its preparation. And brains count
Jn farming as well as "braw. " Asked
Low ho liked It there , ho straightened
Us broad shoulders , and with hand
outstretched towards the waving fields
Kit grain , this young French Canadian ,
model of symmetrical build , replied :
"Bo gosh , yes , we like him the
farmin' well , don't we , Jeannctte ? "
as ho smilingly turned to the young
wife standing near. She had accom
panied him from Montreal to his far-
west homo , to assist him by her wifely
help and companionship , in making a
new homo in this now land. "Yes , wo
come here wan year ago , and wo never
farm before. Near Montreal , mo
father , he kep do grls1 mill , an * do
cardln' mill , an' bo gosh ! he run do
cheese factor * too. Ho work , an' mo
work , an' us work tarn bar' , be gosh !
Us work for do farmer ; well 'den ,
go not always w'al you call
RANG THE BELL , ALL RIGHT
Cellmates of YicM of Wheat In Wr < tern Canadi for
1910 More Than One Hundred Million Dushcli.
do' right , an' do farmer ho say do'
mean t'ing , be gosh ! and tell us go to
well , anyway ho tarn mad. Now , "
ami then bo waved his hand again
towards the fields , "I 'avo no bodder ,
no cardln' mill , no gris' mill , no cheese
factor' . I am now de farmer man an'
when me want to , me can say to do
oder fellow ! you go ! Well , wo
like him the farmiu' . " And that wan
a good definition of Independence.
Throughout a trip of several nun-
drod miles In the agricultural district
of Western Canada , the writer found
the farmers in excellent spirits , an
optimistic feeling being prevalent
everywhere. It will bo Interesting to
the thousands on the American side
of the line to know that their rela
tives and friends arc doing well there ,
that they have made their home in a
country that stands up so splendidly
under what has bcon trying conditions
In most of the northwestern part of
iho farming districts of the continent.
With the exception of some portions
of Southern Alberta , and also a portion
tion of Manitoba und Southern Sas
katchewan the grain crops could bo
described us fair , good and excellent.
'The same drought that affected North
nnd South Dakota , Montana , Minnesota
seta , Wisconsin nnd other of the
northern central states extended over
-Into a portion of Canada just men-
tloned. But In these portions the
crops for the past four or llvo years
were splendid and the yields good.
The great province of Saskatchewan
hns suffered less from drought in pro
portion to her area under cultivation
than either of the other provinces. On
the other hnnd , Intitea-l of the drought
being confined very largely to the
south of the main line of the C. P. R.
it Is to bo found In patches right
through the center of northern Sas
katchewan also. In spite of this , how
ever , Saskatchewan has a splendid
crop. A careful checking of the aver
ages of yield , with the acreages in the
different districts , gives an average
yield of 15'/i bushels to the acre.
In Southern Alberta one-fifth of the
winter wheat will not be cut , or has
boon re-sown to feed. Thcro are In
dividual crops which will run as high
as 45 bushels on acres of COO and 1,000
ncres , but thcro nro others which will
drop as low na 16. , A eafo nvcrngo for
winter wheat will bo 19 hushols. The
sample is exceptionally fine , excepting
in n few cases where It has been wrin
kled by extreme heat.
The northern section of Alberta V a
been naturally anxious to Impress Uio
world with the fact that It has not
suffered from drought , nnd thla is Quito
true. Wheat crops run from 20 to 30
bushels to on acre , but in n repot t
such as this it Is really r < nly possible
to deal with the province as n whole
nnd whllo the estimate may seem very
low to the people of Alhcrtn , It Is fair
to the province throughout.
When the very light rainfall nnd
other eccentricities of the past season
are taken into account , it scorns noth
ing short of n miracle that the Cana
dian West should have produced 102
million bushels of wheat , which Is
less than 18 million bushels short ot
the crop of 1909. It Is for the West
generally a paying crop and perhaps
the best advertisement the country
has ever had , as It shows that no mat
ter how dry the year , with thorough
tillage , good seed and proper methods
of conserving the moisture , a crop can
always bo produced.
As some evidence tf the feeling of
the farmers , nro submitted letters
written by fnrmcrs but a few dnys
'ago , and they offer the best proof thnt
can bo given.
Maldstone , Snsk. , Aug. 4 , ' 10.
I cnmc to Maldstono from Mcnoinl-
nee , WIs. , four years ago , with my
parents nnd two brothers. Wo all lo
cated homesteads at that time nnd
now have our patents. The soil is a
rich black loam us good as I have ever
seen. Wo have had good crops each
year nnd In 1009 they were exceeding
ly good. Wheat yielding from 22 to 40
bushels per aero and oats from -10 to
80. Wo arc well pleased with the
country and do not cnre to return to
our native state. I certainly believe
that Saskatchewan Is just the place
for a hustler to get a start and make
himself a homo. Wages hcio for farm
labor range from $35 to $15 per
month. Leo Dow.
Tofleld , Alberta , .Inly 10. 1910.
1 am a native of Texas , the largest
and one of the very best states of the
Union. I have been here three years
and have not ono desire to return to
the States to llvo. There is no place
I know of that offers such splendid
Inducements for capital , brain and
brawn. I would Hko.to say to nil who
nro not satisfied where you are , make
a trip to Western Canada ; If you do
not llko It you will feel well repaid
for your trip. Take this from ono
who's on the ground. Wo enjoy splen
did government , laws , school , railway
facilities , health , nnd last , but not
least , an Ideal climate , and this from
a Texan. O. L. Pughs.
James Normur of Porter , Wisconsin ,
after visiting Dauphin , Manitoba ,
says : "I have been in Wisconsin IS5
years , coming out from Norway. Never
have I seen bettor land and the crops
In East Dauphin arc better thaji 1
have ever seen , especially the oats.
There is moro straw and it hns heav
ier heads than ours In Wisconsin.
"This la just the kind of land wo
are looking for. We are all used to
mixed farming and the land % \e have
seen 'is finely adapted to that sort of
work. Cattle , hogs , horses and grain
will be my products , and for the llvo
stock , prospects could not bo better.
I have never seen such cattle as are
raised here on the wild pralrlo grasses
and the vetch that stands three or
four feet high in the groves and on
the open prairie.
Sir Wilfred Laurier , Talks to Amer
Sir Wilfred Laurier , Premier of
Canada , Is now making a tour ot
Western Canada and In the course ot
his tour ho has visited many ot the
districts In which Americans have set
tled. He expresses himself as highly
pleased with them. At Craig , Sas
katchewan , the American settlers
joined with the others in an address
of welcome. In replying Sir Wilfred
said In part :
"I understand thnt many of you
have come from the great Republic
to the south of us a land which Is
akin to us by blood and tradition. I
hope that In coming from a free coun
try you realize that you coma also to
another free country , and that al
though you came from a lopuhlic you
hnvo como to what la a crowned
democracy. The King , our sovereign ,
has perhaps not so many powers as
the President of the United States ,
but whether wo are on the ono side
of the line or the other , wo are all
brothers by blood , by kinship , by tics
of relationship. In coming here as
you have come and becoming natural
ized citizens of this country no one de
sires you to forgot the land of your
ancestors. It would bo a poor man
who would not nlwnys have in his
heart a fond affection for the land
which he came from. The two greatest
countries today are certainly the
United Kingdom of Great Nrltaln nnd
Ireland nnd the Republic of the Unit
ed States. Let them bo united together -
gothor and the pence of the world
will bo forever assured.
"I hope that In coming hero as you
have , you have found liberty , justice
nnd equnllty of rights. In this coun
try , ns In your own , you know nothing
of separation of creed and race , for
you are all Canadians Imro. And If
I may express a wish It is that you
would become ns good Canndlnnn as
you have been good Americans and
that > ou may yet remain good Amor-
leans. Wo do not want you to forgot
what you have been ; but wo want you
to look moro to the future than to the
past. Lot mo , before wo part , tender
you the sincere expression of my
warmest gratitude for your reception. "
Light Keeper Who Died for Uncle Sam
. The big lighthouse nt
Windmill Point Is sending out Its
warning to Inko mariners c.vcry nlglit ,
as It has for many years past , but no
morn does Cnpt. Kdwnrd ChnmborH
attend the big lamp ( hat for two
years lias been his care. Ho illnil
recently. With the passing of Cap
tain Chambers , or "Captain Kd , " as
ho was known among the Inkofarlng
people , one of the most picturesque
figures of the great lakes IB taken.
His was a BtronuouH life , given al
most entirely to the caring for light-
Ho WHS born on Macklnac Island In
1852. When ho went to work It was
for the government , as mall carrier
from Macklnac Ulty on the mainland
to the Island. In summer thin Is a
hlmplu task. But In the winter it Is
different. The storms that sweep the
lakes .In the cold months find a clear
passage In the Straits of Macklnnc ,
and sometimes traveling over the Ice
Is Impossible. It takes a strong and
resolute man to face these storms
Making Ice Water
TO CHr/\T |
ICE MAN (
PASO. Tex.- Manufacturing a
drink of Ice water with nothing
cooler than the sun's rays and dry
tropical air would probably seem un
der the province of the magician to
the easterner. It Is nevertheless a
fact that from these over-available
agencies the greater part of the popu
lation of Texas , Arizona and New
Mexico manufacture their own Ice wa
ter. This not only serves for drink
ing purposes , but also provides an
ofllcient medium for the ordinary re-
( luIromentH of refrigeration for in
the cruder sections of the great south
west the artificial production of ice
is still a trifle too costly to be feao-
The secret lies wholly In the con
struction of the little red receptacle
in which the water is placed. This Is
a simple Mexican creation , and in
thata language is called an olla , the
two 1's being silent according to the
Spanish pronunciation of the word.
and carry the mail to the belea
guered Islanders. Such a man was
"Captain Ed. " No day was too colder
or wind too strong to keep him at
Since entering the lighthouse serv
ice "Captain Kd" had some of the
most arduous assignments Uncle
Sam's men got. For 12 years ho was
In charge of the lighthouse on Stan-
nard rock , In Lake Superior. This Is
the farthest from land of any light
the government possesses , and be
cause of the storms In the spring and
fall furnishes about the hardest work.
It stands ou the top of a submerged
mountain , which Is only six feet below -
low tlj surface. Many boats had
been wrecked on the rock before the
government established the light.
There are eight months of each of
these 12 years Captain Chambers and
three assistants lived In the light
house , practically cut off from the
rest of the world except for the occa
sional visits of the supply boat. At
one time , because of storms , this boat
did not reach the lighthouse for throe
Captain Chambers was lu chargu
of the following- lighthouses during
his service : Waugoschanco. three
years ; Iroquols , in Lake Superior ,
nlno years , 'and ' Spectacle Hoof , In up
per Lake Huron , six yoars.
From the Sunshine
In northern Mexico olla making Is a
very profitable industry to the In
habitants , who carry lliem over lute
Arizona ou the backs of burros.
The olla is made from a crude clayIsh -
Ish mortar. In drying the composi
tion becomes very porous , and It Is
thin cti&ontlnl characteristic which con
tains the secret of the cooling process.
It Is filled with water ami hung up ,
preferably in sotuo place which is ex
posed to the wind If there bo any.
The moisture snops through the porous
ous composition. The process IB very
slow , and the moisture which exudes
evaporates Into the receptive , dry at-
nioHphorc in such equable proportion
that scarcely more than a drop a mln-
ute trickles away from the bottom of
It is this continuous and fairly rapid
evaporation which produces the cold.
Immediately the sides of the olla be
come chilled , and the water within
grows gradually cooler. In less than
an hour from the tinio the phenomena
is begun the water Is cold enough for
drinking purposes , no matter how
warm it might have been when pour
ed into the rccoptaclo. Two or triree
hours later it In cold enough to fill the
ordinary requirements of refrigeration
for bottled milk , butter and other
New York Children Are Taught to Play
YORK. There are places
where children have to be taught
how to play. You might think that
the youngsters wouldn't need in
struction of this kind. You would
bo mistaken. Hero In Now York men
and women spend the better part of
their lives teaching thousands of
children how to play , not only with
their muscies , but also with their
minds , writes a correspondent. A
great many thousand dollars are spent
annually by the city just for that pur
pose , and experience has proved that
the time and money are well spent.
The tall tenements of the East side ,
as full of people at ) a warren Is of
rabbits , swarm with eager children.
Their fathers and mothers wore im
migrants. Most of tliom had no boy
hood or girlhood , as most people think
of it. They worked for a living before -
fore they came to this country ; they
Merchants Offer Inducements to Wed
\UE1IAM , Mass. The mfrchnntH
of thin nmuIlioiiB Capo Cod town ,
dcHlring to Incronsc Its fi irio nnd popti
Intlon , present and prospective , offer
t-xtraordlnary InditcementH to Hwoet-
hearts ( o marry hero. The merchants
could offer no more , save to marry the
ladies theniHelvcH , nnd the law ngnlnnt
bigamy In very Htrlct. .
Of rourne certain condltlonH arc at
tached to these generous proposi
tions ; the chief la that the married
couple muHt resldn here. Wnrchum Is
altnilstlo. but it does not propOHo to
help to add to the population of any
These are BOIHP of Iho nmrriago In
ducements offered by Wnrohnni :
A free wedding , Including marriage
license and clcrgyman'a serviced ,
Baao Boloist to ulng "I'm Glad I'm
Married" at the ceremony.
were hard nt worl ; in shops or facto
ries after they rnmu hero. They had
no traditions of play to hand down
to their chl'dren. To them play wus
Their children , unable to breathe In
the tenements , take to the streets ,
which are dirty or infested with per
sons nnd thing ! ; that arc not good for
' .Utlo people to see and hear. Chil
dren who have no play places but
the streets nro apt to absorb unhealthful -
healthful ideas as well as microbes.
Pickpockets and loafers are develop
ed that way. Besides , there Is little
of play that children can do in the
Htieots. 'flint ogre In cap and blue
coat , the policeman , is always snoopIng -
These are studies that folks with
big minds made for themselves In
pant yesirs. Little by little they got.
the city government Interested and
persuaded n very practical minded
school hoard that it was worth whllo
to provide piny plnces for the chil
dren who had none , so the hoard of
education has now in this city 24G
playgrounds for children , day nnd
night playgrounds , where the little
people are carefully Instructed how to
Church deacon to pahs the hat for
a collection for the wedded pair's ben
Hrass bn id to play the wedding
march and other appropriate music.
Hridnl presents , moqtly useful arti
cles lor furnishing a homo , particular
ly the nursery.
Motor launch for the honeymoon
Steady employment for the bride
Employment for the bride every au
tumn at screening cranberries if she
Four physicians to give free serv
ices at Intervals.
Lawyers to give legal advice on any
subject except divorce.
Kreo ehaves for the bridegroom , hlu
clothes pressed without charge not
by his wlfo , but by a tailor.
To further Its purpose and to make
the path to happiness oven smoother ,
Wareham has ci.tabliBhed a wedding
bureau. They will consider applica
tions of these yearning to bo married
from civery point of experience , the
wise city fathers consider.
A Llklnn for "Hamlet. "
"Do you llko Hamlet ? " linked the
hot-toss of her unlettered , If gushing ,
"Indeed I do , " wnn the reply. "I nm
excessively fond of It , hut I nlwnys
prefer a nnvory to n swcot one. "
There was n momcntnry confusion ,
and then the hostess realized that the
admiration of the guest was of a cul
inary , not literary , diameter.
"I gnvo her hum with an omelette
for breakfast next morning , " said thu
hostess , when tolling the utory.
Guinevere , aged four , was going out
to walk with n young lady , of whom
she was very fond. As they opened
the street door they were mot by a
swirling cloud of dust , blown up from
"Keep your lips tightly closed , Gwen ,
or you'll got your lungs full of mi
crobes , " warned the young lady.
nulnovore pondered n moment nnd
then , looking up , demanded :
"What are your crobca ? " National
Thfrc li more Cixtnrrh In thb wctlon ot th ? roimtry
Ihnu nil ( -'liir < U e.iM-i nut trcctlicT , and until the hut
tew jvar. .tun MUipoial to ho Uour.-vblr. l\ir a grtnt
many > onr * iloctorn | irnnounrnl It a local ilhcoM Mil
nre.icrlu l local remedies , nnd tiy romtniitly fMllnR
to euro with local treatment , pronounced It Innirnlite.
Bclrncn hu nrou-ti Catarrh to ha a ronMllutlonal lib-
fuse , and thiTrfore rcnulnw rontlltutlonal tiratmtnt ,
Hall'i ( Vitnrrh CMrc , manufactured hy 1" . J. Cheney
ft Co , Toledo , Ohio , h the only ConMltutlntml euro on
the market. It In MKcn Internally In tlo from 10
driipi to o tevipoonful. It arts directly on the hlood
and niucom nirtaeefl of the ay tem. They offer on
hundred ilnllnrs for any CAN ) It falls to euro. Him )
for circulars anil utmonl.ibi.
Adurrfs : V. J. CIIKNI'.Y & CO. . Toledo , Ohto.
told hv nrimliti. "So.
ToXo Hall's family 1'llLi tor ranstlpatlan.
Telling .1 Lie.
Mrs. .lollyboy Where on earth hnvo
you been ?
iMr. J. I cnnnot tell n He ; I've bcon
nt my' ofllce.
Mrs. J. That's whore wo differ. I
can tell n He when 1 hear one.
Important to mothers
Examtuo enroHilly every bottle of
CASTOlllA.n safe and sure remedy for
Infants nnd children , and see that It
In TJso For Over . ' ) ( ) Years.
The Kind You Have Always Uought.
The Minister In the next world ,
Tommy , the last shall bo llrst.
Tommy Say , won't 1 Rhino when
the minister comes to supper at our
house up thcro ! Puck.
If You Are a Trifle Senoltlvc
About the HZO of your ahot'H , itmn\ , people
\\ctir snmller nhoi'nliy lining Allen'H I'"oot-KuHO ,
thii Antlxeptlc 1'owdrr to iilmlio Into the Rliocx.
U cures Thrd , Swollen , Auhlni ; Feet nnd
L'lvpM tent nnd comfort. Just the thliiR for
lirculiliifr In new HhocH. Sold ex cry where , Itc.
Hiiinplii neil ! FltKE. AddrcHH , Allen H. Olmstod ,
Lo Hey , N. Y
A fool man appreciates the nonsouso
of a pretty woman more than he does
the uenso of a homely ono.
Mr . Vlnfloiv-B Rootlilntt Byrup.
rorrhlldti-n loelhlnif , Mifli'iiHtlioiiiiniN. r
A girl will tell how n man made
love to her when she did to him.
is morn noolhlng thnn Cold
Cream ! moro llcaling thnn
any lotion , litilmcutoi salvo ;
moro beautify ing than any
Cures danilrull and slops hair from
llie Army of
It Growing Smaller Every Day.
UVER PILLS MO
Rtponiible they n
only give relief
tlin. Mil- '
lliem ( or
DUloni. - ,
Ctii , Inaisctliun. Sick Ht Jicb , I
SMALL PILL , SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICU
Genuine rauuiat Signature
You Pay I0c
Jslot ao Good.
"I have suffered with piles for thirty-
six ye. 8. One ycnr ago last April I.be
gun Inking Cascarcts for connttnatioii. In
the course of n week I noticed the piles
begun to disappear und at the end of sis
weeks they did not trouble me at all.
Cuscnrcta have done womlcni for me. I
am entirely cured and feel like u new
man. " George Kryder , Nupoleon , O.
Pleasant , Pnlntablo. Potent. Taste ( Jooil.
Do Good. Mover SickenWeaken or Orlpo.
10o,25e , 50c. Never nol < l In bulk. The Ben-
ulna tublet Btnmped C CC. Guaranteed to
euro or your money buck. ICO
Saint Katharine's School
Utivcnpurt , lovra ,
Atmlrmtc , prepnrator.v , and prlmnry irrndea.
IVrlttlcuto ucceplttl by Kuntcrn votlcKex. Hue-
clal ndvuntnKcn In Muslo , ArtIomcHtlu Hcloneo
und UyimiuHlum. AddrcHuTliaSUfcr Superior.
W. N. U. , LINCOLN , NO. 37-1910.
Strong Healthy Women
1 ! n woman is strong nnd healthy in n womanly way , moth
erhood means to her but little suucriii | < .i The trouble lies
in the fact that the many women eulTcr from weakness end
disease of the distinctly fcininino organism and ore unfitted
tot motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
CurcB the weaknesses and disorders of women.
It act * directly on Uio dolicuto and important
organs concerned in motliorliood , making them
Iicalthy , strong , vigorous , virile and clastic.
"Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes baby's ndvent cnsy nnd
almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine
organs , and insured a Iicalthy nnd robust baby. Thousands of women have
testified to its marvelous merits.
It Makes Weak Women Strotiff. It Makes Sick Women Well.
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes , and urge them upon you iis " just
os | ' , ood. " Accept no secret nostrum in place of this non-secret remedy. It
contains not a drop of ulcohol and not a grain of Imbit-fonr.iniJ or injurious
drug ) . Is a pure glyocrio extract of healing , native American roots.
Wheat Yield in Many Districts Will
Se From 25 to 35 Bushels Per Sere
Land mili-n and liomentead riitrleHlm'reaslntf. No cunsatlun In numbers going from United
Htntcn. Wonderful opportunities remain for UIOHQ who Intend muUtngCnnmln llielr home.
New dlntrlctn being openrd up fur ncttleraent. Ifuny farmcro will net , this yrur , $10 to 115 per
acre from their wheat crop. All the adrnntaKci of old ncttlod countrlcH urn there. Good
nuhoolH , churchen , nplendtd markcU , exrellent railway facilities. 8eo ilia grain cjlilblt at the
different State und nome of the County fairs.
Lcttrrn Elmllar to the following nro received etery dujr , testifying to satisfactory
condition * , other dlutrlulH lira UB favorably Bpokcn of.
TIIUY BENT FOIl TI1H1R SON.
MuldMono , bank. , Canada , Aue , Mh , 1010.
"Mr parent * rumt ) heru from ( Jodar hulls , ( own ,
four year * HKO , and wore no wnll plcaMed with tills
country they sentUiCootird'Ahmu fur mo. 1 hnrn
tukun unit homestead near ihom , und am
toitlophoro. " Loonurd
WANTB BKTTLBIfS HATH KOU HIS STOCK.
Htcttlrr , Altx-rta , July .lint , 1910 ,
"Wnll I ( tot tip horn from Kurekt City , lonii , luit
Hnrlntf In good Mmpo with tins mock und T rythlii | ; .
Miw , I huvn p > l two boy * back In luwu yit , und I
nuipilriK buck tlioro noir keen to cetihcin and un
otliorrar up lioro tills fall. What 1 would Ilkn to
knowU , If ihnroli anyclinneu to ci.t a ilicap ralo
hark Biialn , and when we retnrn to Canada I will
cull at juuroltlco forour Cdrtincntru. "
Yours truly , II. A. Wrt ,
W1U , MAK13 HIS IIOMH IN CANADA.
Ilralnord , Minn. . AIIR. Ut , 1910.
"I am cntni to Canada a wruk f mm today and
Intend to iimkn rar homn thorn , My husband ILK
tiftcn thorn tlx weeks and Is wnll | > ! ra < d with Urn
country : o hnwanu mo to mmii as soon us pov
ftlbl * . llnfllml una cliilmrieur I.indln , Hank. .and
by Uls description of it It n.uslboa pretty place.
Mynrolhrr-ln taw , Mr. frank /.limnor , llrrs them
und U wan throuch hlui that wo dooJdixl to Jooxtoln
Uiuiada " Yours truly ,
Mrs. Klchard Henry Kblngor.
TAKBS ins niu/riiKii-iN-l.AWB WOIIDKOIUT.
Taylor * Kail * , Minn. , Ana. 7 , 1910.
"I shall KO toCuumixu tills full with my rattloand
household p > odR. 1 fiota ionr crop hnre thin year
and my brother-Ill- wAzulNoidtroin In Cnmronn ,
wiiriln tun to MIIUU thtirn. Ho foruiurly lived In
Wilton , Nnrth Diikota. 1 am pilnff u > buy urtnko
r'i wtiun I KOI th rn , hut I do not Hunt to
t ravel two Umci theru , for I taV tny brothnr-lri-law's
woril nlnjut thu country , and want to uet jour low
mto. " Yours truly
l' l r t. No'uon
WANTS TO UBTrilN T < ) CANADA.
Vvsu , Minn. , July 24th , 1910
' "I wrnt tn Canada nine Tram abound took up a
quarter snctli/n of railroad hind and n hoiur lcad ,
tint iny hoys Imm nnrer takmt up any land yrt. 1
till hold the ml I road land , I nnd to roiuo back to
thustalnion account of inr hnalth. 1'lnaoi Irl m
knowaloncuK ( eauuYtlha cheap retra tol'onokn ,
Alberu. " You tnily.
V 01 u , Mian. '
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txNt districts In which to locate , und when to go.
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