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"Vcnishlnp Kleots." ft story of "what
initrlu liave liappuneri." cpens in Wash
ington v.-ith the L"nlt-1 States nnil Japan
on thu vtrpo of war. Guy Hillior, sec
retary of the British embassy, and Miss
Norma. Roberts, chief ahle of Inventor
Iioberts, arc Introduced as lovers. At the
most inopportune moment Japan declares
war. Japan takes the I'liii.ppines. The
entire country is In :i state of turmoil be
cause of tii government's indifference:
Guy Hillier starts for Kntzlnntl with se-'n-t
iii'-ssitje and Is lompelled to have
Xorma Huberts, who with military of
tieers also leaves 'Washington on mys
terious p"uition for an isolated point on
the KlorM.t coast. Hawaii is raptured by
the Japh. AH ports are closed. Jap licet
is fast approaching western coast of Amer
ica. Siego. Japanese spy. discovers secret
preparations lor war. lie follows aufo
carryhiK presidential cabinet. He un
earths source of great mystery and flees,
murmuring: "The gods save Nippon."
l-'lceing to Pacific oo.ust. Siego is shot
down just as journey to get awful news
to Japan Kcems successful. Japan an
nounces intention to .itlaek seap'irts.
Tokio learns of missing Japanese licet
and whole world becomes convinced that
fnited States has some powerful war
agency. ICngland decides to send :i fleet
to American waters as a. Canadian pro
tertion against what the Hritish suppose
is :i terrible submarine flotilla, llillier is
also sent to Canada to attempt to force
his way through American lines with a
message to the president in order that
protection for the fleet may be assured.
Japan appeals to Britain for aid. British
fleet departs, amid misgivings of English.
Fleet mysteriously disappears, a sailor
picked up on a raft being the only evi
dence of the loss. Powers begin to fear
for their safety.
Barred by Bayonets.
Rested by his sea voyage, and glow
ing with :i determination to win his
way across the border, but with no
definite idea as to what method he
should pursue, Guy Hillier landed in
Montreal. His first effort was to gain
what details he could as to the nature
of the embargo which had been placed
on travelers between the two coun
tries, after which lie lest no time in
personally studying the habits of (he
border camps. Long residence in
America had lessened the broadness
of his A's, and with a little practice his
It's were almost those of the aver
age New Yorker.
The meager information he suc
ceeded in gathering was not alto
gether trustworthy, as he was soon to
learn. He had been told that certain
Americans, in Canada at the time the
line of blue was drawn, were per
mitted to pass, and thus regain their
hemes, and on this he based his first
sally. There was no trouble whatever
in gaining the encampments nor in
interviewing the officers in command
of that section of the defense. A
smart-appearing sentry passed him
over to the guardianship of a Eoldier
off duty, who conducted him to one of
the regulation tents which dotted the
hillside back of the line.
On the orderly's presenting his card,
a voice from within hailed: "Come
in!" and he entered the little house 'of
canvas to find three officers engaged
in some game of cards which he did
"What can I do for you?" the com
mander inquired, rising from his camp
stool and btill holding the visitor's
card in his hand.
"I am anxious to cross the line," Hil
The officer laughed and shook his
head. "I'm sorry, sir, but wc have
had as high as 100 applications of this
nature in one day. and my orders for
bid my acceding to any such re
quest." "Hut you pass Americans, do you
Again the officer smiled tolerantly,
replying with good nature: "Xot un
der conditions like these. We have no
choice in the matter, if you are an
American. I thoroughly appreciate
your anxiety to go home; but I cannot
It began to look less easy. "Is there
no way at all?" asked Hillier.
"My dear sir." the officer answered,
"the prophet Moses leading his band
across the Red sea had an easier trip
than you could make through our
For a moment the courier lost pa
tience, and then as a last resort he de
cided to make a clean breast of his
errand. "Colonel," he said, "I am not
an American; I am the secretary of
the British embassy in Washington
or was up to the time of this war.
I come as a special messenger from
my country, bearing important dis
patches, which I am to deliver only
into the hands of his excellency, tho
president cf the United States. The
accomplishment of my mission may
havc a grave bearing on this conflict,
and It possibly may prevent blood
shed." The colonel turned to ono side and
threw down the playing cards which
he had been holding before making
any reply. His companions looked
highly interested; but their faces gave
"Mr. Hillier. there have bcn at
least. 20 men before me with similar
important messages, many of whom
have come direct from other foreign
powers. The first of these I took from
them and seat forward by special
couriers of my own. In each case I
was given a reprimand. Ccme here."
he said, and preceded Hillier out into
the open, where a bulletin board was
nailed against a tree. In the very
center of a collection of orders pasted
thereon was one which read:
"General Order No 27.007: Order
No. 16,004, which was delivered to all
If one can imagine a furious and ac
tive volcano with a crater a thousand
miles in extent, sunk level with the
ciirtli and thinly covered with a screen
of soil, one has some idea of the awe
inspiring "wonderland" of New Zea
ItJid's North island. You cannot poke
a stick into the ground without start
ing a boiling spring; and wherever
you turn the ground is fairly alive
wkh geysers of boiling water steam
j!s and blowholes, with quivering vol
officers, bulletined and read to all
men, permits of no modification what
ever. It read: 'No man shall pass
through the lines, either in or out,
and under no circumstances shall any
communication be passed, either in or
out, save on the written permit duly
sealed and signed by the president of
the United States.'"
"Is that emphatic enough?" he
asked, turning to Hillier, who re
luctantly admitted that it allowed of
"But," said the latter half jokingly,
"suppose I make a run for it?"
"In that case. Mr. Hillier," the offi
cer answered gravely, "my men would
unhesitatingly drill ycu full of holes,
and I should be sorry to see a man
whom I take to be a gentleman make
such an attempt. This may look like
play; but underneath gloved hands
along this border are the claws of war.
Don't, please, make me unshcath
The secretary, baffled, declined the
proffer of a drink, and was promptly
escorted back across the Canadian
lines; but on the way he made new
plans. He was only rebuffed by his
first failure, and with doggedness he
set his jaws and swore that by some
means or other he would go to Wash
ington. Time was becoming more and
more valuable, so much of it had been
He Swam to the Point
expended in his first inquiries and
overtures. He would now be driven to
stealth and disguise.
He returned to the city, bought a
shabby suit of clothes from a second
hand dealer, checked his luggage in
the hotel, put the precious dispatches
in a pocket within his shirt, and' called
for an automobile. The machine car
ried him rapidly down a well-rolled
road till night fell, when he paid the
chauffeur, and as an additional pre
caution for the sake of secrecy walked
ahead till satisfied that he had put
many miles between himself and any
one who might have observed his com
He had seen enough during the day
to be convinced that under ordinary
circumstances It would be impossible
to pass the sentries, whose beats were
exceptionally short, and who formed
almost a continuous line as far as he
had been able to observe. His in
quiries had elicited the information
that somewhere in the vicinity a small
river flowed between the two coun
tries, and he purposed using this tribu
tary of the St. Lawrence as a means
to gain the other country. His plan
was rendered more tenable because
the moon, being in the fall, favored
him. The night Itself seemed most
propitious, as from the west a dark
bank of clouds was slowly coming for
ward, premising to lend obscurity at a
time when it should be most needed.
Cautiously he proceeded alopg the
river bank, gaining a position in as
close proximity to the moving sentries
as he dared, then slipped off his cloth
ing, secured it into a bundle, and
awaited the moment of darkness.
At the very instant when the edge
of the cloud began creeping across the
canoes and gurgling "mud-pots," all
colored fantastically with rainbow
hues, ranging from brilliant sapphire
to vivid scarlet. Strange still, the
entire face of this region is constantly
changing in shape and color, and
there are hot springs here stretching
in a continuous chain for 300 miles.
The ground throbs and quivers with
volcanic activity, and set in the midst
cf it all are native Maori villages of
.moon he lowered himself quietly Jnto
the .water and began swimming to
ward 'the boundary line. In his days
at Oxford be bad been an athlete of
note, and in, all his later years had
maintained 'excellent physical condi
tion, and was thoroughly at home m
the water. He swam with a low
stroke, catching breath from the cor-,
ner of his mouth as he turned his face
sidewise, and exposing as little of
himself to view as possible. The bun
dle of clothing ashed to his shoulders
proved something of an impediment,
but not sufficient to stay his progress.
The current caught him now and then,
throwing him out cf his course, and
when he discovered this to be the case
he was almost against a bank. There
after he lifted his head at intervals,
in order that he might remain in the
center of the stream. Ke surmised
that he was nearing the line of sen
tries, and elevated his chin for an
other glance, when a sudden blinding
flash of light smote him in the eyes,
causing him instinctively to duck his
head. When he came up for air after
swimming for some distance under
water, the light was still on him. and
a drawling voice hailed him from the
"Stranger, when ycu get tired of
swimming you might come in. I guess
you'd better, because there's four or
five men up beyond me might take
you for a duck, and they're all pot
His chance was lost. He wondered
why he had not thought cf search
lights, and realized that nothing but
the brilliance of the night had pre
vented their employment at an earlier
hour. Fairly gritting his teeth in
anger, he swam to the point where the
soldier stood, and crawled out upon
the beach, seating himself until he
could fully recover from his effort
and regain his breath. A tall, lean
man, whose color emblems showed
him to be from Missouri, stood above
-Where the Soldier Stood.
him, while farther back and at a
higher point the buzzing of the cal
ciums and the long restless ray of
light showed the location of this
searcher of the night. Beneath it he
could dimly discern the tower-like
structure on which it was mounted.
"You'd better get your clothes on,"
suggested the sentry; "or, if you want
to, I'll call one of the other boys and
get him to lend you a few dry duds.
Sorry we couldn't have used the lights
a little sooner and saved you tho-
trouble of swimming up this far and
gettin' all wet; but the boss is a little
shy on carbons now, so he thought
he'd make the moon work for an hour
or two this evening."
Hillier, discomfited, started to don
his wet clothing; but the guard in
sisted In homely phrase that he'd be a
heap sight better off and run no risk
cf catching his death of cold if he
would just let one of the boys loan
him seme clothes for a little while,
and to this he finally assented. This
infinite politeness and good hnmor,
coating inflexibility, was a little try
ing. "You scam to keep a pretty good
watch along this border," he growled.
"Yes, fair to middlin'," the sentry
said, with a chuckle. "We've been
expecting ycu all day long. In fact, 1
suppose you're being expected from
here clear through to Vancouver.
You're the Englishman that's hanker
ing to go to Washington."
Hillier turned toward him in amaze
ment What perfection of espionage
was this? "For Heaven's cake, man!"
he asked his emptor in surprise, "how
do you do it?"
"Watch that streak cf light for a
minute," the sentry answered, and
surpassing interest. A strange race of
magnificent savages, who, although
they have been cannibals within the
memory of man, are now a highly in
telligent race, and actually send rep
resentatives to the parliament in Wel
lington. St. Nicholas Magazine.
Cactly Lccs of Temper.
An amusing incident is reported
from Paris. It was the habit cf Gccrge
Edwards, a red-haired Scotsman, s.nce
his recent arrival In Paris, to com
pare his watch every morning with
as it reveled its-ray-along the' line he
saw here and there field. booths with
.double . lines of wir entering ".and
emerging frqrar'theW -"One's "-telegraph
and telephcjo; and the other's
this freak thing thaVshdws men'3 pho'
tographs. Yes," ,hectnclnded,.. your.
picture ' taken- infie different posl-
tions'has been'ln there since you 'first
tried to cross, tho line4 to-day, and
anyway if you'd gotpast'us fellows,
you'd have Been picked"up before you
gof very far ;jhlo tb'eerfOT."-
Hillier sat-stupefied'Has anybody
ever really got across .tBis line ?"
"Yes, three orfour of them,'nere
and there, mostly out west where the,
hills is rougher; butrthey!all got gath
ered in sooner or later. One of 'em
who tried it was a Jap, and the bdysr
accidentally shot him. Another fel
low was an Englishman, who made it
over from Canada into Detroit, so I've
"What happened to him?" Hillier
asked, suspecting that this was the
first bearer of the message who had
"They didn't want to turn him Iccse,
because he Knew too much; so they
decided he was a vag, and run him in
till the war is over."
Hillier knew now what had been his
predecessor's fate, but made no reply.
His informant after a pause con
tinued: "There's been enly one ac
cident besides that which happened to
the Jap, and that was a poor devil that
undertook to go over in one of these
newfangled airships. He certainly
got hid tire punctured all right, and
came down mighty sudden." The scl
dicr stopped for a moment and heaved
a long sigh, and then concluded in a
softer voice: "I was awfully sorry
for that fellow. He wa'n't no spy nor
nothing like that, but just a young
newspaper chap doing the best he
knew how to get the goods. He was
done for when the boys picked him up.
The colonel felt about as sorry as any
body eise, and got special permission
from the Canadian government to send
a squad back with him as a guard of
By this time Hillier had donned tho
dry garments that had been provided,
and stood awaiting the further instruc
tions cf his cr.ptor. "Well, what am I
to do?" he inquired, seeing that the
man stood motionless.
"Oh, you can go back across the
line, or if ycu want to one cf the boys
will find a place for you to bunk till
morning. You see, you're kind of a
distinguished guest. Y'e all had or
ders to treat you nicely, and the colo
nel will have a machine here to take
you back wherever you want to go to
morrow." Baffled by vigilance and overcome
by courtesy the secretary, after bid
ding his captor gcod-by, retired for tho
night to a camp cct In the quarters of
a lieutenant of infantry. It was long be
fore he succumbed to a sleep of utter
exhaustion. He was awakened by a
bugle call in the morning, and found
his host shaving himself before a
small mirror suspended from the tent
"Good moraine, Mr. Hillier," the
officer said. "Not quite as pleasant
quarters as the secretary of the Brit
ish embassy is entitled to, and not
many conveniences; but you're wel
come to my razor if you'll wait a min
ute." Hiilier sat up, rubbing his eyes.
Nealty stretched out on a camp stool
before him were his shabby clothes
improved by washing, not only dry but
pressed. He stared at them in sur
prise, while the officer laughingly con
"Yes, we did the best we could for
them; but I don't think you made a
friend cf my orderly, as he swears he
has worked on them all night long,
and has requested a day's leave on
the strength of it."
Thanking the officer for his hospi
tality, Hillier slowly garbed himself
and stepped through the tent fly. Be
low him and stretching away as far as
the eye could discern were gray
brown embankments, one line within
the other, and excavated with military
"Intrenchments," came a voice be
hind him, obsering his curious in
spection. "We have to keep the boys
busy, and besides tho government
didn't want to take any chances. Those
pits stretch across this continent
now, and there won't be any trouble
for a good many years to come for
people to tell just where the border is
located. Like 'em?" ho concluded,
"No, I can't say that I do." Hillier
responded with equal good nature;
"but they look business like."
"Oh, they're the goods sure enough,"
his informant continued; "but that
isn't all. See that little mound over
there?" and lie pointed a bare brown
arm over his guest's shoulder. Hil
lier nodded assent and looked Inquir
ingly at his companion. "Behind that
there's a brace of Gatling guns. Got
them too every little ways. Never
had to fire 'em yet, and hope we never
will. But you never can tell. Same
work's been done along the Mexican
border line; but it's easier to guard.
This war certainly has educated a
lot cf fellows; so that when it's over
there'll be plenty of men can show
callouses that were never decorated
with 'em before. This country's bot
tled up now as tight as if the Lord
Almighty had set a can over it," and
he laughed at his own joke.
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
Pelite Chinese Children.
While very ycung the little Chinese
is taught "manners," how to come
into a room, to bow very low to par
ents or these older than himself
even till his head naarly touches the
floor and to "chin-chin." This is
their polite greeting, which takes the
form of our hand-shaking.
a deck in the window of a watch
maker In the Boulevard Magenta.
Finally camo a day when the differ
ence was too great to any longer be
endured. The Scotsman scowled,
swore, then picked up a stone from the
gutter and hurled it through the win
dow, smashing the clock. At the po
lice station he declared he wanted to
give a lesson to the Paris watch
makers and was locked up as a lunatic
Gilt-edged security is
After Doctors Said There
Was. No Hope.
. Sylvanus' O. Verfiir, -Milford,-Me.,
says: "Five years, ago .a badinjury-.
paralyzed -nfe and
affected " my l"kM-v
neys. My back hurt
me terribly, and
the urine was bad
ly disordered. Doc
tors said my -right-
kidney was practi
cally dead. They
said I could never
walk again. I read
of Doan's Kidney Pills and began us
ing them. One box made me stronger
and freer from pain. I kept on using
them and in three months was able to
get out on crutches, and the kidneys
were acting better. I improved rap
idly, discarded the crutches and to
tho wonder of my friends was soon
Scld,by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
FosterMIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
FULL OF HARMONY
Old Sport I suppose you've tome
of a musical family?
The Other Musical! Bless you. sir,
why even our dog's got a brass baud
round its neck!
Criminality of Waste.
If I wanted to train a child to be
thrifty I should teach him to abhor
waste. I do not mean waste of
money; that cures itself, because very
soon there is no money to waste but
waste of material, waste of something
that i3 useful but that you cannot rep
resent In money value to the waster.
There is waste of water, waste of gas
and things of that kind. If you would
wish your children to be thrifty I
would beg to impress upon them the
criminality of waste. Lord Rosebcry,
in an Edinburgh Address.
A Black Eye for Heme.
It is a coming fashion to hire a hall
to entertain your friends, to give din
ner parties in a hotel, to be married
in a church, to be taken to a hospital
when you are sick and to an under
taker's as seen as you die, and left
there until the funeral. The tendency
is to conduct all public occasions
away from home. The home is get
ting a black eye. Atchison (Kan.)
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
V local applications, as they cannot 'reach the di
eased portion of the ear. There is only 0111? vay to
rare deafness, and that b by co:istltuiioaal remedies. 1
iJeafncss Is caused by an Inflamed condition ot the
mucous llnlns of Ui Eustachian Tube. Whin thbi
tube U inll.irned you liavcji rumbling scund or im
perfect hearmc. and when it h entirely cloaid. Dcar
ncss Li the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and thU tube restored to Its normal condi
tion, hejrlns will be destroyed forever: nine cases
out of tea arc caused by Catarrhv which Is nothing
but an Inflamed conditio 1 nf the nrucou snrtairs.
We will slve One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafnesi (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by liall i Catarrh Cure. .end for circulars, free. 1
r. J. CIIKXEY A CO.. Toledo, a I
Foil by DraiTilstA 7Dc
Taie Hall's Family I'ilU for constipation.
The Beauty of the ' ree.
Whether In summer, autumn, spring
or winter the tre always has a dis
tinctive and majestic beauty that
serves to endear It to all that come
Under Its influence. From "Our
Trees and How to Know Them," by
Clarence M. Weed.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over ;JO Years.
The Kind You Kavc Always Bought
The recording angel probably
doesn't pay any attention to the lies a
man tells when he is in love.
For Coughs. Asthma and Luns Troubles,
use "Brown's Bronchial Troches." "
cents a box. Samples sent free by John I.
Brown & Son, Boston, Mass.
Even a wise man occasionally has
time for the silly chatter of a pretty
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5c. You
pay 10c for cigars not so good. Your deal
er or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, Hi.
One poor turn deserves another
om the organ grinder's viewpoint.
Use Allen Foot-ITaup
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tree. A. S. Olmsted. Leltoy.X.T.
"Easy money" is the kind that J.
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Mr. TVlnsIoTr'a Soothing: Syrup.
For children teetbinc, softens tbe rutcs, redneea at
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The finger of fate Is one that Is in
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lulllIw a of Amtrir'1 fanners tried It last Tear and ara loudand rp m if pitt.
o ,.Tn... REJUVENATED WHITE BONANZA OATS.
. . iTt V,leBinaJHiit3',3 Tt - took the world-s prlreof tAOCOOta rM Itor tha
5lf,ie!tT'?,din:I.'!tTartetT- Oorcatalo:teI!triolnter-tInBtoryJ WaaavarelaTaaalsd
thla oat and offer It again as something unite aboTo the ordinary. wwi in
. j. - w. Heaoquairretw for agricultural college sec
5?.? !? u??'2ta I:0-. and No. 16 Oats. Wisconsin Swedish Oat. iMerIirnekerrW1a.iro.B3)
VbeaLetc?ct? " mnnesot Ko- s KorU bsiota o! jOani;
We haw by all odds tha targaat SEED POTATO tratfa ! Vte wsiMl
oaa c; our caUara alaaa hoKa Q.Q aaalwla!
W. ,, .v mfi ?D. PLVT "D - "OOK FREE.
W vnblltb the mwt orleinal seed catalog in America. It brlatlei wlta aaad fhootMa,
"!" ilJrI?r. yielding 173 bu. per acre,
worth dO.OO o!bt man moner to rot m. start
lllll PMd." Liquid, jrlven on
ILPI Poultrr. LanrMtMlllnillvittnr!rrpnHiilv. fiirn Ti fTMima !! tini.n li.ln..
1AV v3k SV and U a floe Kidney remedy. MV-an'ltt a bottle. Kaodfiaa down. Catthlaoat. Keep
V2JBf0BwMf It. Ehowtoyonrdrnffirlt.wiiowlilKctUforyoa. "tt r---TT. -rtrtiHTlir rsimi
KlS StJ and Cures." Special agents wanted.
!E&yr SPOHN UFniHAI CO..
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Ask for the
bearing this trade
mark. Don't be
misled by imitations
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. Monyon's CoW- Rcaedy Reiicres1 tfce
head, throat aud "ling;?, qliuost Immediate
ly. Cheops Fcvera, stops- Discharges of
the nosu, tacc away nil acben aud palas
caused by colds. It cares Grip and ob
stinate Conjaj and pteveut3 Fucutuoola.
Have you stiff or swollen Joints, no mat
ter how chronic? Ask year drusskt for
Uunyou'3 Uhcuxnntism Ketriedy and seo
L6v julch!y yv,n will te cured.
If you liave any kidney or bladder trou
ble vet Munyon's K-iney Kensedv.
Munyon's Vltallzer makes weak men
ttror-j and restores lost nowcrs.
Prof. Mwcon haajnst Issued Majmilor
Al marine which will be steut free to any per
Mn who nildr.H.H
320 ACRES INSTEAD
OF 160 ACRES
As further inducement
to settlement of the
wheat-rauicg lands of
Western Canada, thu
has increased the area
that mar be taken bv a
homesteader to 320 acres 160 free and 160 U
be purchased at $3.0 per-acre. These lands
cte ia the prain-raiung area, where mixed fanning .
is also carnsd on with unqualified succass. A
railway will shortly be built to Hudson Bey, bring
ing the wotld's markets a thourand rr.iles nearer
these wheat-fields, where schools and churches
are convenient, climate excellent, railways close to
ail sctl!eccr&, and local markets good.
"It would ta!:e time to assimilate the revela
tions tlitit a visit to the treat empire lying to
the North of us unfolded at every turn."
Correspondence of a Njliorul Editor, Xubo "bislitd
Wescrn Canad in Augcst, 190S.
Lands may also be purchased from railway and
land companies at low prices and on easy lenas.
For pamphlets, maps and information as to
low railway rutcfe, apply to Superintendent
of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or the
authorized Canadian Government Agent:
r. v. BERimr.
631 Rrtr terk Life Eaitdin. . Ktftnsfta,
One sets it, by lackway aies Te
cf thoosaads by Bod Bowel No dif
ference. Constipation aad dead Bvcr
make tke whole ayatem aide Every
body knows it CASCARETSxrgvlate
core Bowel and liver trodbles by cbnply
doing nature's work nn1 yea get weM
l&ihoBs use CASCARETS, life Saver!
CASCARETS 10c a box for a week's
treatment, all drutrgistx. Biggest seller
in the world. Will ion boxes a month.
other Harchs only 1 i ounces same price and
"DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
0.. OMAHA, .NO. 7, 1909.
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11 UMka aujiMKljr elao. but aba aovs emir padUrwi
together wlta clover, tuaothv. mnaf ZtrT.ti'
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Pink Eye, EpfiooUc
& Catarrhal Fever
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toe tongue; act on tb Blood Bd uTandtu expels Oe
!2!"!!! ."& fiflSIF-L in.. II. I.
.icjuiUll wwwaajeawep wBBF.p WS WS S
A ffaTnrin that lamed the same as lemon
tr vanilla. By lisMlTinrjfrannated augar
in water aud jiddlnp Mapleine, a. delicious)
vrap i 9 snade and a syrnp better than aaaple.
M.-ipIclne Is mid by grocers. If notsendKefor
3 ox. bet. and recipe Book. CasMtaaj.Ga,, Seattle. -
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