The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, March 31, 1909, Image 3

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Of Painting Requirements Will, Save
Much Expense.
When one sees the surface of a
house or other building scaling, or
peeling, or spotted or blistered, or
showing other symptoms of. paint "dis
ease," it is evident that a poor painter
has been, on the job,- and that poor
paint was used or possibly that a
good painter had been dominated by
a property-owner who knew nothing
about paint.
It is an easy matter to be informed
on paint and painting. A complete
painting guide, including a book of
color schemes, either for exterior or
interior specifications for all kinds
of painting, and an instrument for
detecting adulteration- in paint ma
terial, with directions for using It,
may be, had free by writing National
Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Bldg,
New .York City, and asking for House
owner's Painting Outfit No. 49.
Then, every houseowner should
make it a point to get only well
known reliable brands in buying his
materials. Pure white lead is espe
cially important, or the paint will
not prove satisfactory. The famous
"Dutch Boy Painter" trademark of
National Lead Company, the largest
makers of pure white lead, is an ab
solute guarantee of the purity and
quality of the white lead sold under
iL That trademark is a safeguard
against paint trouble.
Plausible Argument Advanced by
Youthful Tactician.
Dorothy, aged eight years, was very
fond of going to church, aud when a
severe cold made it unwise for her
to be allowed to attend services one
Sunday morning she was disconso
late. "Fraulino will read the Bible to
you." lier father assured her.
"I dca't want to Lear the Bible
read. 1 want to say my prayers," ob
jected the child.
"God will hear your prayers just the
same If you say them at home as if
3011 were in church," she was told.
"But I don't know any without the
prcyer-boo," argued Dorothy.
"Why. you know 'Now I lay me
flown to sleep,' " papa said.
"But God has heard that so often."
she remonstrated. Harper's "Weekly.
Eczema on Hand, Arms, Legs and
Face It Was Something Terrible.
Complete Cure by Cuticura.
"About fifteen or eighteen years
ago eczema developed on top of my
hand. It burned and itched so much
that I was compelled to show it to a
doctor. He pronounced it ringworm.
After trying his different remedies the
disease increased and went up my
itrms and to my legs and finally on my
face. The burning was something
terrible. I went to another doctor who
had the reputation of being the best
In town. He told me it was eczema.
His medicine checked the advance of
the disease, but no further. I finally
concluded to try the Cuticura Reme
dies and found relief in the first trial.
I continued until I was completely
cured from the disease, and I have
not been troubled since. C. Burkhart,
236 W. Market SL, Chambersburg, Pa.,
Sept. 13, 190S."
I'utter Vras A Chcm. Corp, Solo Trops., JP-ston.
Son Say, dad; when is the free
dom of the city given to a man?
Pater When his wife goes to the
country lor the summer.
No Kidney Trouble at All Since Using
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Irs. J. B. Johnson, 710 Wee St.. Co
lumbia, Mo., says: "I was in misery
with kidney trouble,
and finally had to un
dergo an operation.
I did not rally well,
and began to suffer
smothering spells and
dropsy. My leftside
was badly swollen
and the action of the
kidneys much disor
dered. My doctors
said I would have to be tapped, but I
began using Doan's Kidney Pills in
stead, and the swelling subsided and
the kidneys began to act properly.
Now my health is fine." (Statement
made Aug. 1. 190G, and confirmed by
Mrs. Johnson Nov. 16, 1908.)
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A I riumpn.
Editor This is not a good dialect
Author On the contrary it Is one
of the best ever written.
Editor Huh! How do you dope that
Author If you wiii examine it
carefully, you will see that not a single
word in the entire MS, is spelt right.
Cleveland Leader.
"I'm afraid you're not tall enough
for a nnree," said the mistress inter
viewing.anvapplscanL "Oh. yes, ma'am," replied the girl.
"It's all the better that I'm short: the
children don't drop so far when they
fall." .
Stops Colds in an Hour.
You will be plad to know Lane's Pleasant
Tablets (laxative) will step in an hour a
cold that could not be warded off bv any
thing eke. They will always break" up "a
cold almost inimwliately. "Druggist and
dealers sell them at 25 cts. a box. Orator
RWoo'dward, Le Roy, N."Y. Sample free.
True thinking, pure living, right act
ing and accurately stilting, are the
prime foundation for a noble charac
ter. Verres.
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Time to clip the horses which have
heavy coats.
Bran should be mixed with other
feed to produce the best ration for
Good management of the dairy has
a money value. Don't let the profits
leak away.
Mate the old gobbler with the young
stock and the young gobbler with the
old birds.
The shepherd who lives with his
flock during lambing time is the man
who has good results and finds that,
sheep raising pays.
To farm successfully requires just
as mucli experience of a practical
kind as does any other line of busi
ness, probably more.
If the seed corn has not been kept
carefully during the winter do not be
surprised if It does not give you the
crop you had hoped for this year.
Don't worry about the kind of
weather we are having or are going to
have. Try and plan your work so as
to have it dovetail beautifully into the
weather conditions.
Nothing better than a piece of hose
to dislodge the obstruction in a cow's
throat. The hollow hose enables the
animal to breathe while its throat is be
ing rammed by the hose.
It is said that in spite of the popu
larity of the auto in New York, saddle
horses are more numerous than ever,
and this is true of the work horses all
over the country. Good market for
horses. liaise a few.
The farmer wno carries a grouch
around with him because of the
weather is the farmer who is always
behind hand with his work and tries to
find excuse for his lack of thrift by
complaining about the ufavorable con
ditions. Prof. Mairs of the Pennsylvania Ex
periment station, after a series of ex
periments is satisfied that green food
is very important in winter and can
be supplied by feeding mangels, tur
nips, other roots or cabbage. Whole
or pulped mangels are relished best by
the birds. Cut clover or clover leaves
steamed till soft are also relished and
are valuable green food.
In discussing the use of commercial
starters in cream Prof. H. N. Slater of
the Indiana experiment station says:
"The first thing to do in handling
starter is to see that every vessel the
culture comes in contact with is thor
oughly sterilized. Metal vessels are
preferable, as they can be kept more
thoroughly steamed without breaking.
Second, the starter must be kept at
an even temperature. Third, we must
educate our tastes so as to be capable
of judging whether or not the starter
is of a quality that will improve our
butter. A bad starter will do as much
harm as a good one will do good."
Prof. L. H. Bailey points out in Cen
tury wherein the graduate of the agri
cultural college is hampered by lack
of opportunity for practical training
and experience. He says: The trouble
Is that there are yet no adequate op
portunities in this country for the
graduate in agriculture to learn the
business or to test himself, if he needs
such test, as there are for other stu
dents. Farmers do not take students
on such a basis. Most farms do not
properly instruct the boys before send
ing them to college. Farm practice
should be learned at home, not at col
lege. The net result is that while
much is expected of the student in
agriculture, little opportunity is af
forded him in the way of any train
ing that fitly supplements his college
course. The agricultural colleges can
not do their best wprk for the farms
until the farms come to their aid. Of
no college Is so much demanded as
of the agricultural colleges, because
they are called on not only to educate
young men and women, but also to
find the ways of making profitable the
occupation on which they rest They
are not only educational, but econom
ic and social agencies.
In commenting on the great service
which specialized farming had doe
for agriculture, the Utica (N. Y.)
Press has this to say: "Twenty years
ago man' farmers cut down their ap
ple orchards as useless waste of good
land. Orchard pests had ruined the
crops year after year, and the grow
ers were discouraged. They had not
j learned how to fight the enemies of
the trees, and were not convinced of
the practicability of spraying and
other modern means now employed by
fruit growers. The farmers of the
county have studied the problem of
combating insects and have solved
it to a large extent. It is not an un
common thing to hear of farmers who
sold the fruit crop of a season for
more than they paid a few years since
for their farms. They are satisfied
that science has done something for
5 the fruit grower." Scientific meth-
j ods, more thorough understanding of
5 the demands of modern times ana
careful study of the markets, espe
cially those near at hand, are revolu
tionizing agriculture., In a word, in
tensive fanning bas come to stay, and
the wideawake farmer realizes the val
ue thereof.
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I Make tbefarm interesting to the tar I
Make the farm interesting to the boy
and he will not want to leave it
Have the feeding . racks" for the
sheep - movable, so as to keep the
ground even and clean.
It takes 'more food to grow the
larger breeds of fowls, but you have
more to show for your work.
Why not raise a few sheep and help
Uncle Sam out in his demand for wool?
Millions of dollars' worth imported
ach year.
Neglect costs the farmer a large
share of his profit, and especially is
this true in reference to the manage
ment of the flock. -
Bring the horses that have been
idle all winter into heavy work grad
ually and fit the feed ration to the
amount of work done.
..Remember that many times delays
come at critical moments because you
did not look ahead and order that need
ed part for some-machine which -you
knew needed fixing.
Your implement maker may not
urge you to build sheds to house your
machinery, for the, sooner you rust
your machine out the sooner he will
get a chance to sell you a new one.
It is not the way cream is separated
from milk, but the way it is handled
after being separated, which deter
mines the quality of butter it will
make. If kept until it ferments it
will make poor butter.
Very little trouble to put a sterilized
piece of cheesecloth over the top of the
milk pail when milking. Try it and
you will be surprised at the amount of
dirt it will catch and which would
have -gotten-into the milk if the cloth
had not been there.
In a slaughter test of the different
breeds of chickens'the American breeds
dressed out better than either the Med
iterranean or Asiatic breeds, and in
general, pullets dressed out better
than cockerels. Wlen rather small,
weighing less than three and a half
IKMiuds live weight, the cockerels of
the Mediterranean and Asiatic breeds
seem to dress out better than the pul
lets, t
There are several solutions which
may be used for killing the San Jose
scale. Among these are soluble oils,
whole oil soap and kerosene oil. emul
sified. These should be used not
stronger than a SO per cent, solution
for peaches and plums, and not strong
er than 50 per cent, for apples and
pears. The soluble oils are effective
materials. They come in concentrated
solutions and are diluted according to
directions for use.
Remember his youth the youth of
the young horse which begins his
first season's work this spring. Such
a period in the horse's life is a critical
one. In almost every instance the
man is to blame for any injury. We
are all more or less forgetful, and we
are especially forgetful of the young
horse in the team. We are so used
to driving the old team that knows
enough to take care of itself that we
fall into the habit of letting the young
horse take care of himself. When he
hasn't sense enough to do it there Is
sure to be injury ahead.
Not many four-year-olds can meas
ure up to this record: From January
12 to January 25, 1909, a four year
old Holstein cow Kiatta Mercedes
Wayne produced 20.525 pounds of
butter fat from 5S9.9 pounds of milk.
This is not considered a remarkable
record when compared with some high
producing cows nowadays, yet at that
rate Kiatta would make over 1,000
pounds of butter per year, which is
not a bad showing for any young cow.
A herd of ten 'like her would produce
$3,000 worth of -products in one year,
which, too, wo aid not be bad.
In judging the qualities of a cow as
to whether she will prove profitable
first look at the head. It should be
comparatively small, clean cut in out
line and thin. The neck should be
small and tapering, and quite narrow
immcduitely back of the head. Hei
eye should be clear and prominent.
This indicates nerve force and" energy.
The body of the cow should be slightly
wedge-shaped with good, ample heart
girth. The udder is the third point ot
great importance. It should be well
developed, not fleshy, and well veined.
These are the main points in the dairy
cow but they done guarantee a good
milker, by any means though it is al
ways well to consider them.
Lime-sulphur wash can be made in
an old iron or brass kettle never a
copper vessel and put into it five or
six gallons of water. Heat until the
water becomes warm and then add
15 pounds of flowers of sudphur. Stir
this until it becomes a uniform paste,
and then add 20 pounds of lime, a lit
tle at a time as it slakes, and stir con
stantly to prevent burning. After the
lime has all slaked add about five
more gallons of water and boil the
mixture for fully an hour to allow full
chemical action between the sulphur
and lime to take place. The chemical
action through boiling produces a new
compound, red in color, which rises to
the top, and this is the poison which
will kill the insects. Dilute the mass
with water to 45 or 50 gallons, strain
out sediment and it is ready for use
To get the best resultsfrom the
separator, the Kansas experiment sta
tion urges observance of the four rules
which follow: 1. The speed of the.bowl
has an influence on the cream-. A
change in speed from one separation
to another changes the per cent, of
fat of the cream. 2. The temperature
of the milk affects the cream. If the
milk is warm the cream will be thick
er than if it is cold. 3. The amount
separated per hour is another factor.
This is especially important. For if
the milk is unevenly fed into the bowl
the thickness of the cream is vastly in
fluenced. 4. The amount of water or
skimmillc used to flush out the bowl
will affect the quality of the cream.
All these things tend to show that the
separator must be handled with care
and good judgment.
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The last link of 12 miles of the rail
road across Costa Rica is bejng rushed
to completion by an American con
tractor. It was last year in August
that the congress of Costa Rica ap
proved the contract made by the pres
ident of that republic with Warren H.
Knowlton, an American citizen, for
the completion of the Pacific railway
between San Jose and Puntarenas.
Referring to this contract Mr. Will
iam Lawrence Merry, the American
minister to Costa Rica, says that the
price to be paid is half a -million dol
lars United States gold and the period
for construction 15 months, failing in
which the contractor must pay a for
feit of $2,000 per month, and the gov
ernment agrees to pay a bonus of the
same amount for each month less
than the stipulated time agreed upon.
Only one short tunnel and one impor
tant bridge will be necessary, and
tho grade of the part to be constructed
is very easy. With the completion of
this railway Costa Rica will have an
interoceanic transit 170 miles -in
length, divided as follows: Atlantic
section, Port Limon to San Jose. 103
miles; Pacific section, San Jose to
Puntarenas, 67 miles. The Atlantic
section is owned by the Costa Rica
Railway Company, an English corpora
tion, and fs leased to the Costa Rica
Northern railroad, an American cor
poration owned by the United Fruit
Company. The Pacific section is
owned by the Costa Rica government.
Both roads are three feet six inches
Map of Costa Rica Showing Route of
gauge and well constructed, with steel
and iron bridges. Each road has one
short tunnel. The summit is at E)
Alto, two miles west of Cartago and
5,040 feet above sea level. The grades
are unavoidably heavy in places, and
.here aro u.a;:y snort curves, v.j..cial
ly on tho Atlantic division. Both roads
are maintained in good condition, with
suitable stations and side tracks. The
terminal at Port Limon has two large
wharves, which can accommodate six
large and two small steamships. The
terminal at Puntarenas has an iron
wharf which has only 15 feet water
at its end at low tide. Puntarenas is
a much better harbor than Port Li
mon, and an extension of the wharf
to the six-fathom curve will enable
heavy steamships to lay comfortably
alongside the wharf. At present car
goes at Puntarenas are handled in
Owing to its altitude, narrow gauge,
and heavy grades, the Costa Rica rail
way transit can never become an im
portant factor in inter-oceanic transit,
competing with Panama, the Tehuan
tepec railway, and still less' so in com
petition with the Panama canal. But
it is built through a beautiful country,
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Algy Hallo! What has become-of l the tall ot your coat?
vGussie Gone to the dogs, -comrade!
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and will be attractive to passengers
who have passed over the other tran
sits, and will aid the government in'
regulating the rates of freight by rail
to the Atlantic coast, especially on
exports. .The. German Cosmos line of
freight steamships, which covers the
route via the Strait of Magellan to
San Francisco and Vancouver, has es
tablished low rates on Central Ameri
can products to Europe. With a Jair
rate on through bills of lading from
San Jose, coffee and other freight can
be landed in Europe at lower rates
than are now being charged, via Li-,
mon, to Europe, or via New Orleans,
provided prompt delivery is not a fac1
tor; and on most freight, except fruits,
Senor Don Luis Anderson, Minister
from Costa Rica to the United
a delay of 30 days is not of great Im
portance, being only a question of in
terest charges.
Already the healthy and invigorat
ing climate of the Costa Rica table
lands is attracting many visitors from
the Panama canal zone, hotel accom
modations at Cartago and San Jose
being now inadequate. The comple
tion of the railway to the Pacific will
facilitate this travel and aid in the
development of the Pacific slope of
Costa Rica.
There are now five interoceanic rail-'
ways in the United States and another j
under construction north of them. Be-i
sides this, Mexico. Guatemala, and'
Panama have transits, and that at
Costa Rica will make the tenth be
tween the Atlantic and Pacific north
of the isthmus. These transits will
not decrease the traffic through the
canal, but will greatly aid it by the de
velopment they will produce. And in
Central America every new railway
is an aid to peaceful relations be
tween the republics and to the pros
perity of their inhabitants. By Janu
ary, 1910, the new interoceanic Costa
Rica railway transit will probably be
completed. The present government
of the republic is to be congratulated
upon a p ibli: Improvement wiiica
promises so much to its people.
Quaint Scotch Marriage Customs.
Many quaint marriage customs still
survive in many old English and
Scottish families.
One notable tradition of this sort
still kept green by the dukes of Atholl
and their heirs is that of the bride
groom carrying the bride across the
threshold of Blair castle, it being in
accord with an ancient tradition that
it is unlucky for a bride who enters
the castle for the first time to walk
in the ordinary way. This is only
one of the many quaint old feudal
customs that are observed upon this
estate, which the duke of Atholl holds
from the crown by one of those strange
tenures which are occasionally to be
found in Great. Britain. Upon fear of
forfeiture the -owner has -to present
his sovereign with a white rose when
ever he or she visits the castle.
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A Bargain.
I tried to find out what this Is
The artist doesn't know!
"It's Just a picture."; so he says,
"Out where the breezes blow!" t
It doesn't look much like a mlJl-
There's not a rat nor mouse.
If I could see a keg outside.
'T would be a roadway house!
But it is neither one of these,
Nor Is it just' a jail!
I wonder where that dungeon goes
Perhaps the place's for sale!
I guess that's It It's Just a house.
That someone built last May,
And now they want to sell the dump
Or give the thing away!
All right "For sale, a pretty cot
Beside a babbling stream.
Where sunlight glints upon the wave
And sportive minnows gleam.
"Who wants to lend the simple life
Away back from the town?
Who'll pay me eighteen plunks a year
And eighteen dollars down?
'For sale, for. half the .total cost,.
A cottage, trim and new.
Phone IS Black, or better yet.
Write Tribune !"
A Young man of New York State
Eends me a package of his writings
that I may tell him whether he is
funny or not. A rival editor bas shot
the javelin of ridicule at him and the
young man is in doubt Youth is too
easily discouraged at the criticism of
age. No writer is funny all the time.
For instance, when I have been up
late the night before, smoked too
much and gone to bed in the small
hours, I don't feel funny at all the next
day, especially if I have sidetracked
my breakfast of toast and eggs and
gone back to the good old buckwheat
pancake and sausage. As I said, I am
not at all funny that day. I want to
remodel the world, re-locate the stars,
bust the trusts and fire the president
of my company. I growl and grumble
and find fault and feel! downtrodden
and miserable. How can a man be
funny under such circumstances?
Don't be discouraged, my young friend.
When you can't be real funny, be 'as
funny as you can! What your com
petitor says Isn't admissible testimony.
It is biased! Keep right on being
funny. It pays a good dividend and
brightens up a dark spot now and
then for some fellow who is having
Just such an off day as I have de
scribed. Still Slaving.
One of our citizens who occasionally
wipes the dishes for his wife, became
tired or the job and refused, saying
that "it was not a man's work." Not
feeling disposed to lose his help she
brought the Bible out to convince him
of his error and read as follows from
2 Kings 21:13: "And will wipe Je
rusalem as a man wipoth a dish,
wipuig it end k ujIUj dovii."
It is needless to say that he is stil.
doing his occasional stunt. Dcdson
(La.) Times.
By the Way.
Most songs must be guilt; they are
so severely punished.
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A bowling success is not a good
thing to calPa home-.talent concert.
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Sometimes a roan who is as brave
as a lion in his office is as meek as
Moses in his own home.
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After all, there are only two things
in life worth striving for your own
happiness and the happiness of ethers.
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What bas become of the old-fashioned
mother that used to tie a sock
around Willie's neck to cure a cold?
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A boy can tell by the kind of licking
he gets in the evening just how bad
business has been with father during
the day.
Don't Kick.
Don't Kick because you have to button
year wife's waist. Be ;lad your wife
has a waist and doubly glad you have a
wife to button a waist for. Some men's
wives hae no waist to button. Some
mn"s wives' have no buttons on to but
ton. Some men's wives who have waists
with -buttons on to button don't care a
continental whether they are buttoned or
not. Some men don't have any wives
with waists with buttons on to button
any more than a rabbit. Lacon (11L)
Medicine: Art of correctly curing.
If a man were cured of a cruel malady
by remedies of old women or charl
atans, all the vials of the faculty's in
dignation should fall on his head.
Charles Narrey.
Wasted. Energy.
A woman cook shoots at her em
ployer simply because he remarked
that the biscuits were heavy. What a
waste of energy! She should have
stood by calmly and permitted him
to eat a few. New York Herald.
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Compound Cored Her.
Wiffimantio, Conn. "For fhre year
I suffered untold agony from femalt
troubles, causing backache, irregmfeii.
ties, dini new and nervous proetra.
Hon. It was impossible far sae to
walk: upstairs
without stoppiaf
on the way. il
tried three, differ
ent 'doctors and
each told bm some
thing different. I
received nobenefit
from any of them,
but seemed to suf
fer more. The last
doctor said noth
ing would restore
my health. I began
taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound to see what it would do,
and I am restored to my natural
health. Mrs. Etta Doxovan, Box
286k Willimantic Conn.
The success of Lydia E. Fmkhams
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
ana herbs, is unparalleled. It may be
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements, inflam
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indi
gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra-
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound has been the
standard remedy for female ills, and
suffering women owe it to themselves
to at least give this medicine a trial.
Proof is abundant that it has cured
thousands of others, and why should it
not cure you?
And a silver dollar, looks like a
wheel of fortune to. the man who is
down to his last penny.
the siKcatam or K. W. (iltOVK. Used tho World
overtu.CuroaColUin OnuDuy. 33c
Your orthography is twisted. Alonzo.
A woman is not a padded celL
You always get full value ia "Lrm
Single Binder btraight 5c cigar. Your
dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Chicken-hearted people are always
hatching excuses.
45 to 50 Bu. of Wheat Per Acre
have been grows oa (ana Uads is
Much lex would be
Mtnfnctocy. The gen
eral average is abort
twenty bushels. t
"AUare load in their
praises of the ereat
crops and that won
derful countrv." r-
frjrf from corresponderce ttationat tditorUt
Association cf August, 1903.
jit is now possible to secure a homestead of 160
acres free and another 160 acres at $3.00 per acre.
Hundreds have paid the cost of their farms (il
purchased) and tlien had a balance of from $10.00
to $ 1 2.00 per acre from one crop. 'Wheat, barley,
oats, flax -all do well. Mixed farming ts a great
success and dairying is highly profitable. Excel
lent climate, splendid schools and churches, rail
ways bring most every district within easy reach
of marker. Railway and land companies have
Izr.'h for m!c nt low prices and ca easy terms.
"Last Best West" pamphlets and maps sent
free. For these and information as to how
to secure lowest railway ratts, apply -to
Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa,
Canada, or te authorized Canadian Govern
ment Agent:
Ml Rev Ink We Bafldjai. Saa. ReWatta.
If you sntTer from Fits, Falling Sickness,
Spasms or have children or f riemlx thai do so,
my New Discovery w ill relieve titers .and all you
are asked to do is send for a FBE Bottle of
Dr. May's Eplleptlcido Car.
It has cured thousaiuls where everything; else
failed. Sent free with directions. Express
Prepaid. Guaranteed by May Medical Lab
oratory, under the National Food and Drugs
Act. June anh. 1900. Guaranty Ko. 13071.
Please give AGE and fnll address.
DR. W. H. MAY.
548 Pearl Street. New Tack City.
Gem Embroidery
this is it
Fits any eewfag
machine. Does all
kinds of Embroidering
bettefthanbyhand. Saves
half tho cilk. tisio and labor.
So simple that a chill can oper
ate it. Sell3 at CO ccr.ta. Samplo
attachment sent prepaid for Sc.
Agents Wanted Everywhere ( '
State and Count7 rights f or ealc
611 Citizens National Bank Building
Los Angtlcs, California
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