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Unable to Work.
Vis Emct T. McGirncy, 452 3rd Ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y-, writes:
"Por many months I suffered se
verely from headaches and pains in
the side and back, sometimes being
mnable to attend to my dally work.
lmm better, now, thanks to Peru
ma, and am as active as ever mad have
mo more headaches.
"The way Peruna worked la my
ease was simply marvelous. "
We hare in oar files many gratefnl
letters from women who have suffered
with the symptoms named above. Lack
of space prevents oar giving1 more than
one testimonial here.
It is impossible to even approximate
the great amount of suffering which Pe
runa has relieved, or the number of
women who have been resi ored to health
an J strength bj its faithful use.
Tablets and powders advertised
as cures for sick-headache are gen
erally harmful and they do not cure
but enly deaden the pain by Betaae
fee serves to s'ern for a short time '
through the use of morphine or
the tonic-laxative, cares sick-headache,
not merely stops it for an
hour er two. It removes the cause
of headache and keeps it away.
Sold by all dealers at 35c and 50a
W. L. Douglas
W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
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W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES A SELLS MOKE
MEM'S S3.BO SHOES THAU AMY OTHEK
MAKUFAOTURER IM THE WORLD.
CI A flftfl REWARD to anyone who can
I UU U U disprove this statement
HI could take yos into nr three large Cacterle
t Brockton. Mass., and show you tbe infinite
care wila which everv pair of shoes Is made, you
would realize w hy W. L. Douglas 53.50 shoes
cast mora to make, why they hold their hape,
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
fatrtatlc vatae than aay other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. DmiafMB Stiwm Madm Shmmm !
Mem. S2.SO, S2JOO. Bmym' School A
CAUTION. Insist upon bating W-L-Don--las
hoes. Take bo substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom.
Ftut Color Fu'lcts used ; thev nil' rot u-ear bwsy.
Write for IllntTated Cat-dog.
W. I. DOUGLAS, Urocktoa. Mask
surelr to reak women!
I who have to trown and en-
luxe tne torture oue to tne
Kseases peculiar to their
lot only wrinkles, but hol-1
flow, lack-lustre eyes, sallow
complexion, gray hair, all of I
which tell ot premature oldl
lire. The prevention ox tt
Flies in your own hand&l
Cure the disease that causes
your suffering:, and strength-
your weakened consti-
f tution, with
D 9N0CS 4
D mice Jy 1
A WOMAN'S RELIEF
of which Mre. Mary Irvin, of Pam- H
plin City, Va writes: "I think it ml
is the best on earth for all suffering
womea. My doctor did tne noH
good. X suffered untold misery I
from bead to foot, but the first dose
of Cardui gave me relief, and when
I had taken one bottle, I felt like a
ae woman.' Tbe above seems
so prove that Cardui wQl relieve I
B yovsT pain, strengthen your consti-
ssaifi sad rr nr w jour jronlh , Try it. B
A a Insfiitfs, JI J
aULF COAST BIVALVES THAT
ASS EATEN IS SUHKEB.
The Point Isabel Product Is in Season
from the First of Hay Until
the First Say of Sep
tember. The fact is not generally known, even
in Texas, that the tropical oyster,
which is entirely different in appear
ance and habits from the oysters lound
in the markets of this country, is suc
cessfully raised along the extreme
southern gulf coast of this state, says
an Austin (Tex.) report. F. W. Sea
bury, speaker of the Texas house ol
representatives, who has made a study
of oysters for several j ears, says in re
gard to this tropical breed of oysters:
"The oyster which is grown in the
vicinity of Point Isabel and along the
gulf coast as far as a short distance be
low Corpus Christi is a tropical bivalve
and of wholly different species from the
oysters along other portions of the
Texas coast and Atlantic seaboard. The
Point Isabel oyster is eaten during the
summer season, commencing about the
1st of May, the season lasting till about
the 1st of September. This tropical oy
ster begins to spawn in September,
which is Just at the time the oysters
north of here become fit for eating. The
Point Isabel oyster spawns in fall and
winter, and the northern oyster, even
those at Corpus Christi and Port Lavaca,
spawn in summer. The Point Isabel oy
ster can be eaten in any of the months
not containing the letter r The re
verse is true of the other oysters.
"The fact that the Point Isabel oyster
has a season entirely different from
that of other oysters should make it in
demand, and I look for a great industry
to be built up in cultivating and ship
ping these bivalves. The Laguna Madre,
where the Point Isabel oyster is grown,
affords a splendid place for oyster beds.
The lagoon is four or five miles wide, aii
the water is highly impregnated with
salt, which insures the growth of gcod
oysters. "With direct railroad connec
tion with the outside world there is no
reason why an immense oyster ship
ping business should not be built up at
"Of course the people would have tc
be educated into eating oysters during
the hot months of summer, but I believe
that could be easily done. I know of m
own knowledge that these oysters form
a most palatable dish on the hottest days
of summer. I have eate- them many
times. In Brownsville these oysters are
the principal food for many people all
summer long. There is a fine opportun
ity awaiting some enterprising person
to plant oyster beds in the Laguna
Madre, In the Point Isabel region, it
will bring a big fortune to whoever un
dertakes it. These tropical oysters are
far better than the other Texas oysters
They are smaller than the Corpus Chris
ti, Port Lavaca or Galveston oysters
and more resemble the famous Blue
Points. Oyster roasts have been a popu
lar form of enetrtainment for a long
time during the summer months at
The fish and oyster laws contain a
provision exempting oysters from a cer
tain point below Corpus Christi from
tl operation of that provision which
pi'-hibits their shipment and sale dur
ing the months which do not contain th
letter "r." This eyemotion war, placed
on the bill throuch the effort of Mr.
Seabnry. There is. therefore, nothing
In the wav of the Point Isabel oysters
being shipped during the summer
months if a market can be made for
KNEW HOW TO WORK "POP'
Indulgent Pater Fixed the Clock to
Help Maggie Deceive Par
"Have fathers changed, do you
think?" inquired the old maid stenog
rapher just after lunch, relates the
Chicago Inter Ocean.
"Why?" asked the smart Aleck
bookkeeper. "Does everybody won;
"Oh." replied the O. M. S.. "it isn't
anything like that, but I eat at on.;
of those girls' lunch clubs where jou
help yourself, you know. To-day I
was standing in the middle of the floor
with my tomato soup and caramel ice
cream, wondering where to sit, whea
I saw two such sweet, innocent, young
looking things that I couldn't resis
sitting down at the same table with
them. I just wanted to hear them talk
and to imagine myself young again.'
"It was hard work, wasn't it?" in
quired the smart Aleck bookkeeper.
"Well," went on the 0. M. S.. tak
ing no notice, "this is the conversa
tion I heard:
" Did you co to the dance last
" "Yes. and such a time. I asked
ma if I could go. and she said I could
if I got in by 12 o'clock, but if I didn't
this would be the very last dance I
should go to. I knew I couldn't get
home by midnight, or anywhere near
it, but I didn't tell ma that. 0 I went
over and got Lizzie and we went. We
had the swellest time! And I never
got home until four o'clock in tbe
morning. I too my shoes off cutside
the door and went in the back way.
But they had changed the furniture
around, I guess, for I fell over a chair,
the clock struck four, and out come
pa. I said: "Sh. don't tell ma." and
pa said: "You just leave it to me."
So what did pa do but turn the clock
back three hours, and then it struck
one. "What's that noise," ma hollered.
"Oh. you're dreaming'," pa says.
"What time is it?" says ma. "One
o'clock," pa says. "Is Maggie in?" ma
says. "Sure, she's in." says pa. So
I went to bed and pa got up again and
fixed the clock right and ma never
knew anything about it. I tell you,
pa's a peach. He always stands by
me like that.' "
"Say, she knows how to work father
all right, all right, don't she?" said
the bookkeeper, admiringly.
Tramp I'd like ter do something to
pay for all this, but I'm a cripple, mum.
Housekeeper You don't look it.
What's the matter?
"Writer's cramp, mum. I've been
keeping a list of all the people wot of
fered me work, mum." Chicago Jour-
THE CHOICE OF PAINT.
Fifty yean ago a well-painted bouse
was a rare sight; to-day an anpainted
house is rarer. If people knew the
real value of paint a house in need
of paint weuli be 'scarcer than hen's
teeth." There was some excuse for
our forefathers. Many ot them lived
in asuses hardly worth preserving;
they knew nothing about paint, ex
cept that it was pretty; and to get a
house painted was a serious and cost
ly jeb. Tbe difference between their
ease and urs is that when they want
ed paint it had to be made for them;
whereas when we need paint we can
go to the nearest good store and buy
it, in any color or quality ready foi
use. We know, er ought to know by
this tiaie, that to let a hou3o stand
uapainted Is most costly, while a good
coat of paint, applied in season, is the
best of investments. If we pat off the
brief visit of the painter we shall in
due time have the carpenter comini,
to pay us a long visit at our expense,
Lumber is constantly getting scarcer,
dearer and poorer, while prepared
paints are getting plentler, better and
less expensive. It is a short-sighted
plan to let the valuable lumber of out
houses ge to pieces for the want of
For the man that neels paint ther
are two forms from which to choose;
one is the old form, still favored by
certain unprogressive painters who
have not yet caught np with the times
lead and oil; the other is the ready
for-use paint found in every up-to-date
store. The first must be mixed with
eil, driers, turpentine and colors be
fore It Is ready for use; the other
need only be stirred up in the can
and it is ready to go on. To buy
lead and ail, colors, etc., and mix
them into a paint by hand is, in this
twentieth century, about the same
as refusing to ride in a trolley car
because one's grandfather had to walk
or ride on horseback when he wanted
to go anywhere. Prepared paints have
keen en the market less than fifty
years, but they have proved on the
whole so Inexpensive, 60 convenient
and so good that tbe consumption to
day Is something over sixty millios
gallons a year and still growing. Un
less they had been in the main satis
factory, it stands to reason there
would hare been no such steady
growth In their use.
Mixed paints are necessarily cheap
er than paint of the hand-mixed kind,
because they are made la a large way
by machinery from materials bought
la large quantities by the manufac
turer. They are necessarily bettet
than paints mixed by hand, because
they are more finely ground and more
thoroughly mixed, and because there
is less chance of the raw materials in
them being adulterated. No painter,
however careful he may be, can ever
be sure that the materials he buys are
not adulterated, but the large paint
manufacturer does know in every
case, because everything he buys goes
through the chemist's hands before
he accepts it
Of coarse there are poor paints en
the market (which are generally
cheap paints). So there is poor flour,
poor cloth, poor soap; but because of
that do we go back to the hand-mill,
the hand-loom and the soap-kettle of
the backwoods No, we use our com
mon sense In choosing goods. We find
out the reputation of the different
brands of flour, cloth and soap; we
take account of the standing of the
dealer that handles them, we ask
our neighbors. So with paint; if the
manufacturer has a good reputation.
If the dealer is responsible, if our
neighbors have had satisfaction with
it, that ought to be pretty good evi
dence that the paint is all right
"Many men of many kinds"
Many paints of many kinds;
but while prepared paints may differ
considerably in composition, tbe bet
ter grades of them all agree pretty
elosely in results. "All roads lead to
Rome," and the paint manufacturers,
starting by different paths, have all
the same object to make the best
paint possible to sell for the least
money, and so capture and keep the
There Is scarcely any other article
of general use on the market to-day
that can be bought with anything like
the assurance of getting your money's
worth as the established brands of pre.
pared paint The paint you buy to
day may not be like a certain patent
medicine, "the same as you have al
ways bought," but if not it will be
because the manufacturer has found
a way of giving you a better article
for your money, and so making more
sure of yonr next order.
If you can't speak the truth keep a
stiff under jaw.
But the day worker acquires more
coin than the day dreamer.
"I will now proceed in thp following
manner," said the detective.
A good joke on a friend wouldn't be
worth a smile if on yourself.
Often "the coming man" has a lit
tle bill he would like to collect.
It takes a man with a cork leg to
laugh at the man who wears a wig.
If a man owes you money be is al
ways ready to laugh at your alleged
Intuition comes easier than seri
ous contemplation; that is why wom
en prefer It
A man would forget the most of his
troubles if h didn't take a vacation
once in a while.
If a man returns a borrowed um
brella it's ' a sure indication that he
has a conscience.
Book learning is about all a man
needs In the world providing he
spends his time in jail.
Beware of the man who looks at
you with an air of vacant inquiry
when yon are trying to tell a funny
A woman may not be able to drive
a horse or a nail, but when it comes
to driving a bargain she manages to
get there. Chicago News.
Garden City In the East
Bangkok, the capital of Slam, is
one of the most Interesting cities. It
is called the "Garden City in the
To sweep dirt out of the door after
sundown. You are sweeping oat
of the family.
MUSEUMS RARELY DECEIVED
Imitation Fossils Are Quickly
tec'ted by Experts of the In
According to Dr. W. D. Matthew, as
sistant Curator of the American Mu
seum of Natural History, there is little
forgery of fossils and such things. For
one reason the prices paid for articles
in this city are not high enough to
tempt forgers or even to repay tne
work necessary to produce a success
Yet some imitations are put on the
market. There was, for instance, the
fraud of which Prof. Cope was for .a
time the victim.
Prof. Cope made a specialty of fos
sils and in one of his treaties an
nounced the discovery of the Coeno
tasileus tremontigerus, a new variety
of mastodon. In a note in. a subsequent
edition he acknowledged be was mis
taken and that no such animal ever
He was led into error by purchasing
what was represented to be a tooth of
a hitherto unknown herd. Prof. Cope
set out to discover the animal to
which it had belonged, and classified
it among the mastodons. It was not
until after his publication of the fact
that he discovered the fraud that had
been practised on him.
1 hree teeth of a familiar variety had
been glued together in a way that
could not be detected except by micro
scopic examination. Prof. Cope worked
out his animal, and it was something
even larger than a common or garden
mastodon before he took to the mi
croscope. In the came way a noted English
naturalist was several years ago made
a victim of a similar deception. A
curious and unprecedented tooth was
sold to him by a man who declared
that he had found it in a part of
Prance especially rich in fossils.
The scientist had made extinct ver
tebrates his special study. He was
working hard over this tcoth, and was
prepared to produce almost any kind
of exotic and extinct animal when his
suspicions were awakened as to its
It was then discovered that it con
sisted of three teeth taken from the
remains of prehistoric fish and glued
together. The teeth of the fish were
common enough and singly could have
been recognized immediately. It was
only the appearance of the three to
gether and attributed to a mammal
that mystified the learned doctor.
The Indian relics that are now dug
up in the southwest are not believed
to be forged to any considerable ex
tent Every piece that is bought for
a museum of any pretensions must be
properly accredited, and if its pedigree
contains the name of no reputable
scientist there is little chance that It
will be accepted. In case it has such
authentication the testimony of this
expert will be sought
There have undoubtedly been cases
in which articles dug up at the home
of former cliff dwellers were deposit
ed there in advance, but such frauds
have been detected and the money
brought by these objects is not suffi
cient to make imposture on any exten
sive scale wonh while.
Indian dress, arrows, household
goods and similar relics are manufac
tured by the Indians for sale just as
they always have been, and they are
not sold as antiques by any but the
small dealers. The same holds true
of the Alaskan relics that are begin
ning to have an interest for American
They are made now in larger quan
tities than ever, and are alw viat
the shopkeepers represent tbe :-i n be.
They are too crude and too ea i!y im
itate:! for the temptation to b 'es'rt
ed, but there Is no trouble in u ling
the genuine relics -in sufficient sup
plies for the museums. Even they are
not sold at very high prices.
"It is tbe cheapness of most of the
articles that helps to prevent imita
tion," Dr. Matthew told the Sun re
porter,' "and the money paid for them
is not enough .to make the industry
profitable on any large scale.
"If anybody should send to the mu
seum here the teeth that deceived Prof.
Copo we should not pay more than ten
dollars for them. So you see it is not
worth while to make a very elaborate
fraud for that"
LaL;or in Old Times.
Twelve hours in winter and 14 in sum
mer was a fair average day's work. But
in Lyons in 1571 tbe printers workei
from two o'clock ia the morning till
eight or nine in tbe evening. In
other -trades the working hours were
often from four in the morning till
nine at night or from five to ten.
Workers in the same metier generally
lived together in the same street
But the maitrc-artisan had his own
maison. The ground floor was his
shop or workshop; above was his bed
room, which was also the sitting and
eating room; a small room adjoining
accommodated his children, and above
was a garret where various commodi
ties were stored. Work and Workers.
A Buffalo man stopped a newsboy in
New York, saying: "See here, son, I
want to find the Blank national bank.
I'll give you half a dollar if you direct
me to it"
With a grin the boy replied: "All
right, come along." And he led the
Buffalo man to a building half a block
The man duly paid the promised fee,
remarking: "That was half a dollar
easily earned, son."
"Sure!" responded the lad, "but you
mustn't fergit that bank directors is pa id
high in Noo-Yawk." American Spec
tator. What the Woman Thought
They were talking about the new
rtar in society.
"She never laughs at jokes." said
"Maybe she has no sense of humor,"
iid the other man.
"Maybe she has false teeth," said
And then the conversation lan
guished. Louisville Courier-JournaL
The Bedouin Arabs are small eaters.
Six or seven dates soaked in melted
butter serve a man a whole day,
with a very small quantity of covae
floor or a little ball of rice.
SAYINGS OF SAGES.
Beter to do nothing than to da aU.
Nothing is so foolish as the laugh
of a fool. Martial.
The living voice is that which sways
the soul. Pliny the Younger.
There is precious instruction to be
got by finding we are wrong. Car
I had rather men should ask why
my statue is not set up than what it
Work is not a man's punishment; it
Is his reward and his strength.
We are more sensible of what is
done against custom than against na
Bat for some trouble and sorrow we
should never know half the good there
is about us. Dickens.
The best education in the world is
that got by struggling to make a liv
ing. Wendell Pnillips.
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures p'.Inful. smart
ing, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails.
It's the greaest comfort discovery oi
the ae. Makes nsw shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweatin; feet Sold
by all druggists, 25c. Trial package,
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y.
As early as 500 B. C. artificial eyes
were made by the priests of Rome and
Egypt, who practised as physicians
Mr. f?SaIowa Boothia Ayrap.
Ftorehlldrea teething, ofteni the Rons, mSueaa 2a
It's easier for a man to marry a
woman for her beauty than it is to
live with her for the same reason.
When a laxative is needed, nothing can
be more effective than Garfield Tea, whicn
b made of herbs. It cures sick headache,
constipation and diseases of liver, kidneys,
stomach and bowels; it purities the blood,
cleanws tbe system and clean the com
plexion. To sneeze while eating is a sign of
death. If a man sneezes a woman
will die and vice versa.
CITCi MnmnenUrenml. Snfitmrntrrtmnrmtter
I I first dT' n of Vr. Kllne'm ,rt Kerrs Kestor
: Rnd for FREE SS.OO trial bottle and trvative.
DR. K.U.KU, Ltd ,W1 Arch Street. I'hJlmdclpJiU.J'a.
To start anywhere and turn back.
If you turn back make a cross' mark;
this changes the luck.
Lewis1 Single Binder straight 5c cigar
made of rich, mellow tobacco. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, BL
Men live in the suburbs so as to be
able to lie about how much more
healthful it is.
RUNNING SORES ON LIMBS.
Little Girl's Obstinate Case of Eczema
Mother Says: "Cuticura Reme
dies a Household Standby.
"Last year, after having my little
girl treated by a very prominent
physician, for an obstinate case of
eczema, I resorted to the Cuticura
Remedies, and was so well pleased
with the almost instantaneous relief
afforded that we discarded the physi
cian's prescription and relied entirely
on the Cuticura Soap. Cuticura Oint
ment, and Cuticura Pills. When we
commenced with the Cuticura Reme
dies her feet and limbs were cover
ed with running sores. In about six
weeks we had her completely well,
and there has been no recurrence of
the trouble. We find that tbe Cuti
cura Remedies are a valuable house
hold standby, living as we do, twelve
miles from a doctor, and where it
costs from twenty to twenty-five dol
lars to come up on the mountain.
Mrs. Lizzie Vincent Thomas. Fair
mount, Walden's Ridge, Tenn., Oct
IS. 1905." 1
After you fall out with people you
may call their apartment a flat
To make any gain some outlay is
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ments by a Young Lady in Boston
and One in Nashville. Tenn.
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All women work; some In their
Homes, some in church, and some in
the whirl of society. And in stores,
mills and shops tens of thousands are
on the never-ceasing treadmill, earning
their daily bread.
All are subject to the same physical
laws; all suffer alike from the same
physical disturbance, and the nature of
their duties, in many cases, quickly
drifts them into the horrors of all
kinds of female complaints, tumors,
ulceration, falling- and displace
ments or perhaps irrejrolarity or
suppression, causing' backache, ner
vousness, irritability and lassitude.
They especially require an invigorat
ing', sustaining medicine which will
strengthen tbe female organism and
enable them to bear easily the fatigues
of the day. to sleep well at night, and
to rise refreshed and cheerful.
How distressing" to see a woman
struggling to earn a livelihood or per
form her household duties whea her
back and head are aching, she is so
tired she can hardly drag about or
stand up, and every movement causes
pain, the origin of which is due to
some derangement of the femalej or
ganism. Miss F. Orser, of 14 Warren ton Street.
Boston, tells women how to avoid such
suffering' ; she writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
' I suffered misery for several years with
female irregularities. My back aeneil; I had
bearing-down pains, and frequent headaches;
LyaW E IHaUMaVs VcftCbMt
New Way to Prepare Tea.
To obtain tea very aromatic, and
only in a small degree astringent in-1
fuse it for half an hour in a very
small quantity of cold water, and
then add boiling water. The cold
water saturates the whole texture of
Cruelty to a Monkey.
For using a sick monkey to beg
with an organ grinder has been fined
$40 in London.
In proportion as nations get more
corrupt more disgrace will attach to
poverty, and more respect to wealth.
There is no sotisfaction keener!
than bene dry and comfortable
when art in the hardest atorm.
YO0 ARE SOW OF TBI5!
R YOU WEAK
'TCTOm BOSTON. MASSfTSa
' itomuiUNAN caii-wjotomaaic
To cleanse the
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There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Always buy the genuine Manitfactgred by the
stt n siejj fml
The genuine Syrup of. Figs is for sale by
druggists. The full name of the company
Pig Syrup Co. is always printed
package, rrxce Fifty Cents
I aonldaot sleep and could hardly drag
around. I consulted two physicians without
relief, and as a last it-sort, I tried LydiaE.
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, and to my
surprise, every ache and pain left me. I
gamed tea pounds and am in perfect health."
Miss Pearl Ackers, of 327 North Sum
mer Street, Xabhville, Tenn., writes :
Dear Mrs. PlBkham:
I sufferrd with painful periods, severe
backache, bearing-down pains, pains across
tbe abdomen; was very nervous and irrita
ble, ana-my trouble grew worse every montn.
"My physician failed to help me and I
denied totrvLvdia E. Pinkham's Veeetabto
Comnound. I soon found it was doue sna
good. All my pains and aches disappeared,
and I no longer t ear my monthly p8nodsn
Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is the unfailing cure for all these
troubles. It strengthens the proper
muscles, and displacement with all ita
horrors will no more crush you.
Backache, dizziness, .fainting-, bearing-down
pains, disordered stomach,
moodiness, d islike of friends and society
all symptoms of tbe one cause will
be quickly dispelled, and it will maka
yon strong and welL
Yon can tell the story of your suf
ferings to a woman, and receive help
ful advice free of cost. Address Mrs.
Iinkham, Lynn, Mass. Tbe present
Mrs. Pinkham is tho daughter-in-law
of Lydia E. llnkham and for twenty
five years she has, under her direction
and since her decease, been advising
sick women free of charge
Where fibers FaB.
$16 AN ACRE
Canada is the
25 Buahals to the Acre WUI be the
Average Yield of Wheat.
The land tbat tbls was gron n on cost many 0
the farmers absolutely nothing, while tbos
wno wished to add to tbe 160 acres tbe Govera
Bcnt craats. can buy land adjoining at t rca IS
Climate splendid, school convenient, railways
close at hand, taxes low.
Send for pamphlet "SCtb Century Canada
and full particulars regarding rate, etc,
Superintendent of Isimigratlon, Ottawa,
'anada, or to tbe following authorized
Cassdian Government Agent W. V. Bennett,
801 New York Life Building. Omaha, Nebraska,
(VentUra tbia paper.)
PIT PTTLtiSS SCALES. For Steel
and Wood Frames. f25 and up. Writ
as before yon boy. Weraveyoa
money. Also Pumps and Wind
IECMM MSS.. Bcs Btoiats. tea.
PATENTS for PROFIT
most folly prntert aa InTentlon. Booklet and
Ilewk Calendar FREE. Highest reference.
Coinmunlratlons cwiOUentyal. KwNMM:ed 1SSL
luw, rawKk a Iawrcace, Waauiagtea, 9. O.
V. X. 1U Omaha.
1Y. 17 isoa,
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
stipated; Por men, women
Acts best on
on the front
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